Farrah Abraham My Teenage Dream Ended
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robertsona
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2012



14983 Comments


first song rules

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2012



18005 Comments


http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/farrah_abraham/my_teenage_dream_ended/

wat

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mindleviticus
December 4th 2012



8157 Comments


I'm going to go on the assumption that nobody actually listened to this in full, except for maybe
MisterTornado, robertsona and Yotimi (maybe), because this isn't that bad

mindleviticus
December 4th 2012



8157 Comments


It isn't 1/5 bad

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
December 6th 2012



4507 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

"I'm going to go on the assumption that nobody actually listened to this in full, except for maybe MisterTornado, robertsona and Yotimi (maybe), because this isn't that bad"

*three times

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
December 9th 2012



49770 Comments


They set the autotune to random, hmm interesting choice

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MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
December 12th 2012



4507 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

best 1.7 on sputnik, truth.

RosaParks
December 15th 2012



14592 Comments


avant garde masterpiece

RosaParks
December 19th 2012



14592 Comments


The capacity of human intelligence seems to limit the capabilities to expand upon any possible creative aptitudes. Indeed, if one cannot even notice the facets that the ingenuities around him are comprised of, how can he be expected to fashion a beast of his own? This inveterate sense of constraint is a great blow to the veracity of mankind’s abilities. It restrains us and holds our minds to the ground below, averting any possibility of rising above ourselves to something greater; something not fathomed by the conventional mind. This concept of seeking to go beyond one’s self, known as “transcendence”, is essentially a gateway to unlocking pieces of ourselves that can lead to some of the most elaborate and significant creations of our world. For many, this quest to transcend and form creations that were once considered unthinkable and overwhelming consumes life. Certainly it is rare to find such people, but when they are found, creative barriers are destroyed.

Xenophanes
Emeritus
December 19th 2012



10585 Comments


People need to get their heads out of their
asses

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Electric City
Staff Reviewer
December 19th 2012



15727 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

you might not wanna be around the site tonight eli...

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RosaParks
December 19th 2012



14592 Comments


"People need to get their heads out of their
asses"
agreed the average for this is too low

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
December 19th 2012



23798 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

meaning what? I'm guessing I wouldn't like this but from what I've heard, it's definitely justifiable to call this avant-garde art and enjoying it as such is fine.

to me it sounds like shit. but that's, like, the point, maaaaaaaaaan

Tyrael
December 19th 2012



20725 Comments


Yep this is definitely avant-garde

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
December 19th 2012



49770 Comments


Sounds like every other pop garbage to me, hardly avante-garde


Xenophanes
Emeritus
December 19th 2012



10585 Comments


Yeah. I've said this a few times but this is the signal of bullshit hipsterdom consuming itself. Looking for depth where it isn't doesn't make you deep it just makes yoi look like an asshole.

RosaParks
December 19th 2012



14592 Comments


You guys just don't get it

KjSwantko
December 19th 2012



9050 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Can't believe you guys actually took the time to listen to this.

KILL
December 19th 2012



70543 Comments


aw cute cover aw

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RosaParks
December 19th 2012



14592 Comments


what are you talking about



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