Contrary to what Frank Zappa might say, sometimes music writing gets things really, really right.

Often that happens in when writers are reviewing records they don't like. When done right it rarely takes much to get one's point across, Spinner reports.

Like Pitchfork writer Ray Suzuki's word-free YouTube-assisted analysis of Jet's Shine On album. (Though to be fair, a 0.0 review score speaks for itself.) Or when Spinal Tap's Shark Sandwich album was "reviewed" with the two-worder "shit sandwich."

Now, Chad Taylor, a music writer for Des Moines, Iowa's alternative weekly Cityview has rather succinctly joined this esteemed list with his six-word review of divisive R&B singer and convicted Rihanna assaulter Chris Brown's new Fortune album.

His review?

"Chris Brown hits women. Enough said."

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