A really funny and attention-grabbing novelty album, but there is nothing of real substance on this collection of mashups. Everything is very well done and professional, but that doesn't change the fact that All Star is placed somewhere in damn near every song on Mouth Sounds.
Through an hour of nerdy electro-pop tunes, Neil Cicierega created one of the more lighthearted and fun albums of the 2010's. With no Smashmouth samples on this one, all of the production is very clean and cut down to only what is necessary. However, the album contains a decent amount of filler tracks that just aren't needed. But the themes and song topics that are explored across the entirety of Spirit Phone are so absurd and weird that it appeals to me in the oddest way.
This is an improvement over Views. And that's all that really matters to me. Even though the More Life "playlist" is just glossed up mainstream rap, with nothing special to it, there are a few enjoyable tracks, even if they are mindlessly generic and uninspired.
fav tracks: Ice Melts, KMT (i thought this was an XXXtentacion rip off like everyone else at first, but the studio version has very obvious differences)