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joshuahuntkc
September 27th 2013


1704 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

If we could reduce the record to the 8 best songs, it would be an easy 4.5.



I agree it would have been better reduced, but it's still a pretty quick listen. 10 maybe 11 songs could have made it better.

FourthReich
September 27th 2013


20183 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

hip hop is done best when there are few tracks and few features

frigyourgenre
September 27th 2013


2064 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

truths

frigyourgenre
September 27th 2013


2064 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

who the fuck wants to listen to a double disc frig dat

joshuahuntkc
September 27th 2013


1704 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I honestly think that most of the features on this are really good though.

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Emeritus
September 28th 2013


6119 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I don't know which songs I would remove

joshuahuntkc
September 28th 2013


1704 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Pre, Sasquatch, Uncle Al. That's what I would get rid of. They just are not on par with the rest of the album and Pre is a pretty bad intro. Burgundy would work just fine.

Phlegm
September 28th 2013


7139 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Uncle Al was a highlight for me

Digging: Inga Copeland and Dean Blunt - Black Is Beautiful

MeatSalad
September 28th 2013


16141 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

remove all songs with tyler

Phlegm
September 28th 2013


7139 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

no, Whoa was good

MeatSalad
September 28th 2013


16141 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

all songs with tyler

FourthReich
September 28th 2013


20183 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

agreed, he fucking ruins whoa. he exists solely to bring earl down it seems, furthermore as soon as earl can get away from tyler and OF, his true potential as a rapper will be realized.

MeatSalad
September 28th 2013


16141 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

fuck yeah, agreed 100%

Phlegm
September 28th 2013


7139 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I think his potential already has been fully realized, you believe that if Tyler wasn't on this album

that it would jump up to a 4.5-5?

climactic
September 28th 2013


20625 Comments


tyler is so lame ugh

album is kinda good

Sleaper
September 28th 2013


3476 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

"as soon as earl can get away from tyler and OF, his true potential as a rapper will be realized"



so true.

Digging: Panda Bear - Crosswords

FourthReich
September 28th 2013


20183 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

"I think his potential already has been fully realized, you believe that if Tyler wasn't on this album that it would jump up to a 4.5-5?"



"agreed, he fucking ruins whoa. he exists solely to bring earl down it seems, furthermore as soon as earl can get away from tyler and OF, his true potential as a rapper will be realized."

Sleaper
September 28th 2013


3476 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

its not just tyler dud. if he got the fuck out of OF, his guests would be at his level. The only

reason hes using amateurs from OF is to keep his friends relevant.



his guests are always letting him down. (excluding frank on sunday)

FourthReich
September 28th 2013


20183 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

...and vince, vince is really fucking good( i know he's not in OF but still)

alabasterjones
October 2nd 2013


66 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I really like this kid's flow and subject matter here, but the beats are pretty much horseshit.



Chum is beautiful. He sounds more at home on that song than any of the others. It seems like he's trying too hard to be both a rude, disagreeable oaf like Tyler and a sensitive, thoughtful young man at the same time. I'd prefer to see him stick to the latter, since that seems to be where his greatest strengths lie.



Speaking of Tyler, he immediately brings down every track he shows up on here. Will this punk ass nigga please go away already?



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