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This album is fun but I’m not really getting much out of it to be honest. Feels really self indulgent, much like the new Timberlake record. Still, there is some grooves to be gained here and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Also it’s catchy as all fuck.
As someone in their mid-twenties who still has access to his parent’s bank account, this album is both comforting and a wake-up call.
This shit slaps.
I’m having trouble easing into this whole “Mac Miller is sort of good” mentality but I think I’ll make it there one day. Slowly but surely.
Listening to this album felt like watching an episode of Loiter Squad. I feel like in order to enjoy it I have to be an obsessive high school kid who has the time to keep up with all the social media in jokes and references that define the weakest material out of the Odd Future camp. I can’t keep up anymore and now Tyler is so deep in his own world and fanbase, I feel like I can’t get through to what I used to like about him.
they changed the cover, the one in the post is not the final
Best if listened to when: sad, drunk, alone.
What a joyful piece of music.
Stereogum’s weird allegiance to Morrissey makes me uncomfortable.
Very very impressed by this.
Album of the year so far.
we see you porky
This shit made me smile. Let’s hope the album actually comes out this time.
Schmaltzy and honest at the same time. With a dope beat too. Good song.
He never says he was poor. Get a little perspective and actually listen to the song.
They gave out so many big awards before the show. Even they know we don’t care about who wins.
Wow, this sounds like nothing I’ve ever heard before. I’m ready for this.
A lot of these bonus tracks are better than some tracks on the actual album.
Not that I would judge anyone too harshly for forgetting that video exists. It’s not exactly memorable.
Yeah I was about to say “except for the video for his first hit radio single that has been out for months”
Oh no are you going to become a Stereogum “character” now like Rubber Johnny? This is just like season 3 of Jersey Shore once the cast realized they were famous and it wasn’t fun anymore :(
I’ve been into metal and hardcore lately more than standard indie rock as well. As for Baroness, I wasn’t a huge fan. It was a little too radio rock at times, even for me. (maybe radio rock isn’t the right word, light metal maybe? I don’t know the terms).