The Prettiest Boys in Town

We Are Only Human Once - The Prettiest Boys in Town
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August 16, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Morning Breath / Label
Lo-Fi, Indie Rock / Genres
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Pre-Album: The worst album cover in town. (Kinda excited though, Soop has been hyping it up)

Post-Album: Not going to lie, I've been Addie's biggest hater for a long time. His lyricism, while improved, remains a weak point on this album. His voice also adds to the amateur-ish feel of the tape. The mixing, while improved, could use a lot of work. The concepts aren't experimental, and they don't try anything new. Also, Giving Up Happy Again directly rips all of its sound off from CSH's My Back ... read more
Are you ok Sputnikmusic? Do ya need some cash? I will donate if you stop accepting this payola bullshit.
I listened to this early, but I wanted to wait until release to review (mainly cos I didn't have a pc at the time), but here we go.
This is definitely the best WOHO release since the debut. It has character to it, and heart, which Shaving Cream was definitely lacking a lot of. The opening track is nice, for the most part, I'm not a fan of the glitch effect, never have been, but the ending to the song is stellar, with the noise obstructing the vocals, it sounds great, and is a great start to ... read more
This was one of the most hyped up WOHO albums for a while now and I was honestly excited when it came out. I feel like this tops Shaving Cream in all levels by being more organized and cohesive in its tracks. In this record, the frontman takes a dip into the sound of emo and nostalgia as we get more tracks that follow up the same vein as "Shave." The only difference here is that each track breathes in new life to a sound that I hope they would keep experimenting on. While this is only ... read more
Wanted to return back to We Are Only Human Once since their first release this year didn't have much to offer. Although this album isn't exactly a masterpiece either, their sound is more refined and ranges into more experimentation in their production to make it an emo standout of 2019, or at least compared to their previous work.
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Track List

  1. Left Out
  2. Dearest
  3. Haven't Slept
  4. Logs and Wooden Shields
  5. Strange
  6. Car Doors
  7. Giving Up Happy Again
  8. Blisters
  9. Last Year
  10. Masks of Leather Bracelets
  11. Boys and Girls
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Added on: July 28, 2019