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Suddy
November 8th 2013


89 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

this could have been so much better

aircycle
December 9th 2013


1021 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

damn tyler's verse on sasquatch is so bad

FourthReich
December 9th 2013


18136 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

he ruins whoa too

MeatSalad
December 9th 2013


15069 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Tyler is so bad now

Digging: Hey Rosetta! - Into Your Lungs (And Around in Your Heart and on

TomArnoldsArmpit
December 10th 2013


3033 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

yeah............ now.

LambsBread
December 10th 2013


3905 Comments


never considered anyone from odd future anything more than immature kids with a small amount of
potential that they never seemed at all serious about living up to... maybe Earl now I hope

FourthReich
December 10th 2013


18136 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

nobody cares

LambsBread
December 10th 2013


3905 Comments


yeah, what people care about are your Sputnik Thank You Cards

LambsBread
December 10th 2013


3905 Comments


Over two years ago I began a journey that I never expected would have such a significant impact on my
lifeven more so for showing me such a great time. So here they are my Sputnik thank you cards.

FourthReich
December 10th 2013


18136 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

same

Gwyn.
December 10th 2013


15321 Comments


well

FourthReich
December 10th 2013


18136 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

well i mean it's got like 200 comments

Gwyn.
December 10th 2013


15321 Comments


Despite my new-found peace of mind, I still needed a job after college, and I could only find part-time, essentially minimum-wage work, for over a year. Then my other best friend from highschool (Max?s older brother) died. It was not nearly as shocking as the first time my best friend died, when Tim died, (probably cuz I hadn't seen him in years) but it really hurt. But I had been through this before, and I was focused on making the best out of the situation I could. I found this album on Sputnik, and it is one of my favorites ever. It got me into questioning the official account of 9/11. I've begun to realize that the truth is hard to come by and also crucial to your success in life, and that it would be worthwhile to help kids find the truth as a teacher. I thank KRS-One and Immortal Technique for that wisdom, but also by extension Sputnik, who helped me discover much music from both artists. This site and it?s users really are dope, and I regret if I've ever upset ANY of you, seriously. Peace.


Something tells me u were not vry sincere

MeatSalad
December 10th 2013


15069 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

ah is that lambsbread being a shit user as always I see? awesome

LambsBread
December 10th 2013


3905 Comments


If you read the fine print it says "This site and its users are really dope, cept Gwyn and Squidward.

TomArnoldsArmpit
December 10th 2013


3033 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

that is some top notch fine print ya got there sir

plane
Staff Reviewer
December 10th 2013


6100 Comments


It seems obvious to me that Tyler is purposefully playing an exaggerated foil to Earl's dogged straight-man. Side-stepping subjective/objective stances on if it sounds good or not (it does), both instances he shows up specifically on songs about Earl's ties to Odd Future. Even "Whoa", which seems like it could be either a throwback to 2010 or an "ironic" throwback to 2010, is really neither. He goes hard about being hard with his words. The contradictions are found in sounds, but he explains it deftly in verse.

Hep Kat
December 10th 2013


15399 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

this grew off me quickly

Digging: Burning Kitchen - Many Wonder About the Meaning of Life

plane
Staff Reviewer
December 10th 2013


6100 Comments


I'm hooked, still spin near daily.

guitarded_chuck
December 10th 2013


3307 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

i still spin the highlight tracks all the time

something about pre had me addicted at first listen

dat beat and then "baby girl, whachu wana do?....."



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