- Come Over When You're Sober (Part One)

Lil Peep - Come Over When You're Sober (Part One)
CRITIC SCORE
73
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USER SCORE
44
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63 ratings

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73
Pitchfork

Peep isn’t as expressive as his emo ancestors, and he isn’t as eloquent as his rap idols, but he does effectively bring their stylings together in a provocative new way that riles up the purists in both genres.

Aug 18, 2017
MarkCooper
NR
Pitchfork gave this the same score as Grizzly Bear...
Aug 19, 2017*
EMR
49
Long Island rapper Lil Peep is making waves once again as his debut album, Come Over When You're Sober, is released. The young cloud-rap character has recently reached wide recognition among music lovers, with specific publications pointing him out as the 'future of emo'. While it may be a rough, off-the-wall statement, one can sort of get what all the buzz is about - aesthetically speaking, at least.

Peep has become notorious for incorporating a certain degree of melancholy and teenage ... read more
Aug 18, 2017
Chimecha
3
This lil Wimp doesn't have a single ounce of genuine sadness.
Aug 22, 2017
jpaps96
64
lil peep is in his pocket when he exercises restraint and doesn't go full out emo rock, which is why it's a shame that songs like awful things and u said are on here. replace those with songs like white wine or girls (without the awful guest verse) and you've got yourself a pretty damn good debut.

face it guys, he's really not bad at all, and anthony fantano sneering and scoffing at every rapper who tries something new is not going to change that.
Aug 19, 2017
hellodecatur
20
"Call Me When You're Sober" by Evanescence > this entire album
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Added on: July 28, 2017