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|5.0 classic||Whatsgood | September 28th 11|
I WANNA KNOW EVERYTHING, I WANNA BE EVERYWHERE, I WANNA FUCK EVERYOOONE IN THE WOOORLD, I rWANNA DO SOMETHING THAT MATTERS
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|0.0 ||Eli STAFF | September 28th 11|
It was only a matter of time before Peet began to think that he was an actual musician. His nintendo thing was super fun, and his marginal level of skill only made it better. He's "matured" here only to blare his faults to the world.
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|0.0 ||MadMikeLove | September 30th 13|
peet used to be fun, now he's a tool fuck who really does think he's a genius. Go read his facebook page. It makes me want to vomit how much hipster stuck-up douchebag fuckery is going on in his head.
|4.0 excellent||lxtxcx | March 31st 12|
You get 2 albums in one, 18 tracks per side. Happy songs, sad songs. Classic emotions, samples everywhere, good taste in music and crafting skills. Still not a "Conceptual" album, besides the bipolarity of the main release. Also, it's free music. Really great release!
|0.0 ||idk | September 30th 11|
Peet is the most pretentious musician you can find, and it shows in this album. He leaves his Nintendocore days behind and shows huuuge ambition in a double-album with a medley of influences, from glitch to ambient to all sorts of "IDM". Unfortunately, while I'm sure he worked hard on it, all of it sounds cheap and like he made it all in a cracked version of FL Studio with no VSTs, and like the only reason that there's so much "diversity" in this album is to show it off, because none of the songs particularly stand out. Going from fun to a try-hard "musician", I can't listen to this and not cringe.
|4.5 superb||slickback | September 24th 11|
Peet moved away from his nintendocore roots, and into a much deeper and more complex entity of music. With this release, Peet has shown that he knows not just nintendocore, he knows music.
|3.0 good||hudso | October 29th 13|
|4.0 excellent||fox | September 30th 11|
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