Where Polly People Go To Read

Gus Dapperton - Where Polly People Go To Read
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2019 Ratings: #210 / 268
User Score
Based on 73 ratings
2019 Ratings: #372
April 19, 2019 / Release Date
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AWAL / Label
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zachthesnack
47
Our funky gay king failed to live up to the hype :(
Strangelightsyd
50
Disappointed but not surprised.
It's just the worst kind of album, not bad, not good, just completely neutral and unremarkable. Wasted potential.
KengojiUltamYT
52
"Our funky gay king"

Best Tracks: World Class Cinema,Roadhead
Worst Track: Fill Me Up Anthem
WhatTheFunk
47
Gus Dapperton became famous when one of his songs was featured on the Netflix 13 Reasons Why series and is part of the American lo-fi dream-synth bedroom-pop scene. Dapperton has a place in the category of these "polly people", androgynous and ambiguous people who struggle to impose themselves in society because of their difference. It's with influences between Tame Impala, Mac Demarco and The 1975 that the New Yorker tries to pull himself out of the game through 1980's commercial ... read more
32
Struggle to remember ever hearing anything as bad
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Track List

  1. Verdigris
  2. World Class Cinema
  3. Nomadicon
  4. Eyes for Ellis
  5. Coax & Botany
  6. Sockboy
  7. Roadhead
  8. My Favorite Fish
  9. Fill Me Up Anthem
  10. I Ascend
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Added on: January 25, 2019