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The Best Toro y Moi Albums, Ranked  

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We're ranking the best Toro y Moi albums of all time. One of the best indie artists from South Carolina, Toro y Moi's discography features several popular songs, like "Girl Like You" and "Omaha." What is the greatest Toro y Moi album ever?

From his debut album Causers of This to his 2019 album Outer Peace, this list of Toro y Moi albums also includes Anything in Return, Boo Boo, his 2019 mixtape Samantha, and his other projects under the names Les Sins and Chaz Bundick Meets the Mattson 2.

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Anything in Return is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best Toro y Moi Albums, Ranked
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1. Harm in Change
2. Say That
3. So Many Details
4. Rose Quartz
5. Touch
6. Cola
7. Studies 
8. High Living
9. Grown Up Calls
10. Cake
11. Day One
12. Never Matter 
13. How's It Wrong     

Pitchfork score: 7.9/10      

Release Date: 2013

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Causers of This is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Best Toro y Moi Albums, Ranked
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1. Blessa
2. Minors
3. Imprint After
4. Lissoms
5. Fax Shadow
6. Thanks Vision
7. Freak Love
8. Talamak
9. You Hid
10. Low Shoulder
11. Causers of This

Pitchfork score: 7.6/10

Release Date: 2010

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Outer Peace is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best Toro y Moi Albums, Ranked
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1. Fading
2. Ordinary Pleasure
3. Laws of the Universe
4. Miss Me (feat. Abra)
5. New House
6. Baby Drive It Down
7. Freelance
8. Who I Am
9. Monte Carlo (feat. Wet)
10. 50-50 (feat. Instupendo)

Pitchfork score: 7.4/10

Release Date: 2019

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Underneath the Pine is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Best Toro y Moi Albums, Ranked
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1. Intro / Chi Chi
2. New Beat
3. Go With You
4. Divina
5. Before I'm Done
6. Got Blinded
7. How I Know
8. Light Black
9. Still Sound
10. Good Hold
11. Elise

Pitchfork score: 8.3/10

Release Date: 2011

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