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|1.5 very poor||buttgrinder | May 17th 19|
there's no way any of you actually enjoy this.
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|4.5 superb||Spec | April 28th 19|
I'm not really sure what to think of this but the hairs on my arm have been standing up throughout the entire listen. From being in the drug world at one point in my life, this all sounds too familiar. Idk.
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|1.5 very poor||The Aspie Fantastie | March 18th 23|
I am about 4 years or so too late to the buzz, but suffice it to say I feel strongly enough on this album that I need to say "s o m e t h i n g". This has to be one of the most [one of the following things] 1. misguided artistic choice turned into delusion, 2. overdrawn joke that did not need to be, 3. the most ingenious yet baffling work out there. In any case, it's still incomprehensible, irritating, and unfunny. Quite sad, actually. Not in a way worthy of praise, though.
|1.5 very poor||davezillaMP3 | January 18th 20|
the lyrics on this album are soo bad, its painful MAKE IT STOP!
|1.5 very poor||Doublez38 | November 26th 19|
Musically I find it really bad, emotionally and psychologically I'm divided between seriousness and jokes, the problem is that despite the engraved subjects evoked and the feelings that one can feel while listening to it, it sounds far too much like a joke of bad taste rather than a call for help. For that reason I will not judge my grade on this point. On the other hand, musically, it deserves its note.
|2.5 average||MrTonytheGamer | May 6th 19|
This whole album is bleak and barren as Fat Mike's character, Cokie the Clown, wades through
numerous horrible situations in his life.
EDIT: I've started to not really enjoy this one all that much
|3.5 great||Slothy Seconds | April 30th 19|
Like a kick to the balls. This album hits
hard. Very depressing listen, but it
|1.0 awful||lurxy | June 24th 22|
|1.5 very poor||Prole | May 20th 19|
|2.5 average||pengui | May 9th 19|
|4.5 superb||OGGOD | May 4th 19|
|3.5 great||Atari STAFF | April 28th 19|
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