AOTY 2018

Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2

Lil Peep - Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2018 Ratings: #434 / 709
User Score
Based on 153 ratings
2018 Ratings: #705
November 9, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Columbia / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
AllMusic

His delivery, lyrical choices, and sincere examination of difficult feelings seemed curious when he was alive, but take on a profound significance in the pallid wake of his death.

80
The Guardian

How long his status as a subcultural icon will endure is anyone’s guess, but this album suggests mainstream success was – and perhaps still is – well within Lil Peep’s grasp.

80
NME

The album evokes snapshots of nostalgic memories. A high-water mark in Peep’s work, it reminds listeners of the talent Gustav Åhr possessed and how we were deprived of it all too early.

80
The Observer
Unfiltered, melodic, cinematic and raw, this album has moments that feel a little cheesy, but that’s in keeping with how unconcerned he was with “coolness”.
76
HipHopDX

While Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2 puts the cap on Peep’s short-lived career, it leaves behind clear evidence of his once-limitless potential.

72
Pitchfork

The album is a valentine offered to Peep and to his fans, and it is built for immersion, not for persuasion. It adds some indelible entries into Peep’s now-truncated canon ... And it honors his clear-eyed gaze, even beneath the fog he suffered.

70
Highsnobiety
With the hard work of Smokesaac and everyone else involved in making it whole, the album is polished without losing the originality that made Peep special. Not only that, but it shows an impressive maturing in both his sound and the content of the lyrics.
70
Rolling Stone

The death of Lil Peep marks an end of an era and COWYS, Pt. 2 is the type of record that moment deserved. Somehow, Peep’s estate, collaborators, and friends found a way to transmute love through the loss.

70
Northern Transmissions
Posthumous releases run the risk of tarnishing a great body of work, but Lil Peep proves he was on the verge of something interesting.
40
The Needle Drop

Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2 features more dynamic vocal performances and a more diverse instrumental palette than its predecessor, but is still let down by shallow songwriting and bland production.

BradTasteMusic
78
The recent passing of Lil Peep creates a really odd situation for this album. The 21 year old artist passed away to a supposed Xan overdose. Some people say it was laced, but no one knew what was the story 100%.

I personally never cared about Lil Peep’s music. In fact I pretty much despised the genre of Emo Rap as a whole. When Lil Peep was around, I thought he was the cause of some of the worst music trends to hit the mainstream in a long time. I couldn’t stand the guys music and ... read more
luna128
53
im not gonna pretend i like this because he's dead but he really did have some interesting ideas and i would have loved to see him grow as an artist. gone too soon. thanks for trying your best friend
Plats
37
Lil Peep doesn’t sell out for his label. His label sells out for Lil Peep. Holy shit! He’s the Chuck Norris of Emo Rap!

Yeah. I’m bored.

It may sound heartless but I just don’t really care that much.

Sorry. R.I.P.

Fav Tracks: Cry Alone, Hate Me (I guess)

Least Fav Tracks: Sex With My Ex, Sex With A Mex, Sit Next To Lex, Sex With Lex, I Don’t Even Know Anymore I’m Tired

Score:
3.7
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Pamford45
70
The sad part about this album is that if the guy was alive we've would all shit on it... Never listened his music, but it's tragic to see someone with such potential leave this world...
TheRootBoy
80
Lil Peep's posthumous album Come Over When You're Sober (Part Two) encapsulates the very person that we all saw from his previous work. It's vulnerable, pure, and manages to retrieve the sound from his heart. The lyrics deliver the same messages but give off an entirely new context now that Peep is no longer with us. We are prepared this time around with the reality that took place nearly a year ago. This tracks this time around are ever stirring in our minds and looks to linger in a different ... read more
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END OF YEAR LISTS

#15/The New York Times: Jon Caramanica
#62/NME

Track List

  1. Broken Smile (My All)
  2. Runaway
  3. Sex with My Ex
  4. Cry Alone
  5. Leanin'
  6. 16 Lines
  7. Life is Beautiful
  8. Hate Me
  9. Idgaf
  10. White Girl
  11. Fingers
Contributions By
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Added on: October 18, 2018