P.O.S. We Don't Even Live Here
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greencorn5
November 22nd 2012


217 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This albums pretty damn good, some of you sound like comic book guy... "worst album ever" Get over it. P.O.S. is hip hop that tends to cater to white boys like me that love music and think hip-hop is a generic and lazy copycat genre. He is one of the few that actually breaks that mold with both his beats and lyricism. I'd say for any hip-hop album to be solid the entire way through is a pretty rare feat. I hope the bleepity-bloopity beats that take over the second half of the album are more of a mockery of what passes for beats nowadays, at least I'd like to believe that seeing as P.O.S. and Lazerbeak have put out some of the most innovative hip hop the last 7 years or so.

Cygnatti
November 22nd 2012


22358 Comments


I love this guy but yeah this is kinda lame.

"This albums pretty damn good, some of you sound like comic book guy... "worst album ever" Get over
it."

if anything, you're the one who's overreacting, goddamn

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MCGF
November 25th 2012


361 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah this is good. He's still got it, far as I'm concerned. I like the electronic beats. Sometimes when a rapper stops trying to "prove" he's SO AWESOME he makes better music. I think this is one of those times.

now I'm just waiting for that new Cecil Otter album...

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
December 7th 2012


20858 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Talented Minneapolis rapper P.O.S impressively continues to evolve & show his versatility on 4th LP 'We Don't Even Live Here'. Instilling his original fusion of punky hip-hop with much more glitchy electronica, the undoubtedly complex song structures & production are brilliantly efficient. Witty, thoughtful lyrics are delivered with the tense aggressive edge of his rapid - yet crystal-clear - vocal flow, which is always passionate & engrossing. Strangely reminiscent of mid-90’s hip-hop, the balance achieved here is borderline genius, meaning that there should be something for everyone. Recommended Tracks: Wanted Wasted, Fuck Your Stuff, Bumper & Piano Hits.

Cygnatti
December 7th 2012


22358 Comments


lil' dave from da hood

EaglesBecomeVultures
December 7th 2012


5273 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Hate how much I hate this

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EaglesBecomeVultures
December 7th 2012


5273 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I hope the bleepity-bloopity beats that take over the second half of the album are more of a mockery of what passes for beats nowadays

Lol nope

Inveigh
December 7th 2012


25209 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

P.O.S. is hip hop that tends to cater to white boys like me that love music and think hip-hop is a generic and lazy copycat genre. He is one of the few that actually breaks that mold with both his beats and lyricism. I'd say for any hip-hop album to be solid the entire way through is a pretty rare feat. I hope the bleepity-bloopity beats that take over the second half of the album are more of a mockery of what passes for beats nowadays, at least I'd like to believe that seeing as P.O.S. and Lazerbeak have put out some of the most innovative hip hop the last 7 years or so.


this is the kind of comment that gives all indie rap fans a bad rep. could not sound more ignorant, I'm sorry.

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Cygnatti
December 7th 2012


22358 Comments



"P.O.S. is hip hop that tends to cater to white boys like me that love music and think hip-hop is a generic and lazy copycat genre. He is one of the few that actually breaks that mold with both his beats and lyricism. I'd say for any hip-hop album to be solid the entire way through is a pretty rare feat. I hope the bleepity-bloopity beats that take over the second half of the album are more of a mockery of what passes for beats nowadays, at least I'd like to believe that seeing as P.O.S. and Lazerbeak have put out some of the most innovative hip hop the last 7 years or so."

please stop

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 7th 2012


10383 Comments


Inveigh layin' down the law

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Wolfhorde
December 8th 2012


13690 Comments


I don't get why people say there is "so much shit in genre XY" but don't show any effort to actually find something good.

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greencorn5
December 9th 2012


217 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

It took 2 weeks to get that comment hated on!? What did you all get lives or something? Still stand by my ignorant comment, still think this album is good. Although, Ignatius Reilly is probably more accurate than comic book guy, sorry about that one.

Smithsonian
December 22nd 2012


87 Comments


great review dude you and paperback have written some great reviews his year

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 22nd 2012


10383 Comments


Thanks a ton, man! Paperback's a great writer, and he's been working really hard on his writing this
year.

Sanders
January 2nd 2013


2361 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Still digging this. Recs of artists similar to the Doomtree members would be appreciated!

EaglesBecomeVultures
January 3rd 2013


5273 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Listen to the rest of his records first. Older fans of his usually prefer Audition which is a good place to start because it's accessible (second most accessible compared to this).

JordanVanc
February 6th 2013


2 Comments


i love P.o.s

jdennis31
July 27th 2013


6511 Comments


fuck yeaaa. p.o.s. touring with full band. haven't been this stoked for a show since thrice's goodbye tour.

Sanders
July 27th 2013


2361 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Glad he's healthy enough to tour

does anyone know what the deal is with his kidney problems?

Cygnatti
September 3rd 2013


22358 Comments


http://propertyofzack.com/post/60192621469/p-o-s-astronautalis-create-four-fists-announce-ep

not a huge fan of astronautalis...at all...



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