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climactic
April 22nd 2013


19980 Comments


i really doubt this is less than a 2.5 or a 2

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Hep Kat
April 22nd 2013


15399 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

well then you doubt wrong son

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Cygnatti
April 22nd 2013


22309 Comments


"this means literally nothing. I hate when people classify hip-hop by the colour of their supposed fanbase."

Aids, it's a joke. I'm whiter than most of my white friends, in almost every sense.

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Aids
Contributing Reviewer
April 22nd 2013


24098 Comments


I know it's a joke, but it's silly and I won't have it.

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keyokeyo
April 22nd 2013


329 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Idk I hated this at first and was pretty dead set on never listening to Cudi again but it's growing on me. His lyricism obviously is borderline laughable at times but I find the vibe and cinematic beats of his songs pretty interesting.

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joshuatree
Emeritus
April 22nd 2013


3742 Comments


this is a fine review, calling a review "too butthurt" is really stupid. if you're gonna give an album a 1.5 idk how you wouldn't have to be really critical and dismissive

i don't mind cudi tho

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
April 22nd 2013


22047 Comments


It's not butthurt, but I really don't see where he's coming from on some points. This doesn't sound amateurishly produced or shallow at all. I love how grimey Unfuckwittable is and King Wizard is pretty catchy. Album is very front heavy though

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fish.
Contributing Reviewer
April 22nd 2013


22047 Comments


It's no more shallow than a lot of hip hop, anyway

jjwitt
April 22nd 2013


37 Comments


these beats are bad. real bad. i don't get it Cudi, but you still the man

Sleaper
April 22nd 2013


3438 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

i totally agree with this review, lots of good points you have made

AtomicShane
April 22nd 2013


1947 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

couple cool songs, the rest sucks

Scoot
April 23rd 2013


17914 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

biggest disappointment of the year

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demigod!
April 23rd 2013


45260 Comments


yeah idk if im gonna bother with this really

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Sleaper
April 23rd 2013


3438 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

huuuge disappointment. Just listen to just what i am and king wizard. the rest will probably affect your opinion on cudi

ReturnToRock
April 23rd 2013


3448 Comments


"For example, not much can be said on Kid Cudi’s repellent delivery. He seems tone-deaf on more than a few songs, most notably “Un***wittable” and “Mad Solar”, where listening is just when he’s actually in tune with the song, as in “Just What I Am” and “King Wizard”, he comes off as bored and robotic – as though, offended by the demands of that old musical requirement of sounding good and determined to maintain a balance of mediocrity, he tried to barely sound invested on the better musical moments."

This sentence is a run-on, jumbled mess. Please fix.

Good review otherwise.

FallenAngels
April 23rd 2013


34 Comments


yh gud

HolidayKirk
Contributing Reviewer
April 23rd 2013


1675 Comments


"which flounders without aim lyrically"

Or...

"which flounders lyrically"

Nitpickin!

keyokeyo
April 23rd 2013


329 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Your tone-deaf argument is definitely accurate though, I cringe a bit hearing him on "Mad Solar" and "Brothers"

Gyromania
April 23rd 2013


16088 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Red eye is so ridiculously good

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
April 23rd 2013


22047 Comments


ehhhhhh



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