We Are Only Human Once - SevenEighteen
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Based on 35 ratings
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December 6, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Aftershave Records / Label
Noise Pop, Lo-Fi / Genres
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This is WOHO's first real sad album.

This is a personal album, and it's a personal album done right (for the most part). Now, what do I mean by first "real" sad album, now I'm not saying WOHO's other releases are happy by any means but this is the first album where Addie really gets personal, without the use of odd lyrical choices or just overall bad sounds. Nothing is hidden here, behind a story or odd metaphors *cough* Anxious Wreck *cough*. The songs on here feel personal and ... read more
After quite a while since I last heard this album, I started to realize I didn't really remembered much from this project to begin with, but my notes where there, my old thoughts were there and I know I listened.

So after a couple of listens I kinda just got to the conclusion that I even if I like most of the songs and I love how well executed the concept behind this was, my opinions on the songs themselves have changed.

Some songs I've grown sick of, like I Love You or the Reprise of Go ... read more
im kinda biased
Easily the best piece of emo music we got this year imo
Concise, hard hitting pop album with thicc chord progressions, intriguing production, and one of the best songs of the year-Gone. Absolute must-listen. One of my fave releases this year.
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Track List

  1. Leave My Brain
  2. Go Inside (feat. The DartFrogs)
  3. Sad Song
  4. Fox
  5. She
  6. Go Inside
  7. Gone (feat. Ken M)
  8. I Love You
  9. Bleed Right
  10. Hands
  11. Feel Another Day/Washing Through the Rivers of Sand
  12. Faces Leave (feat. Case Southerland)
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Added on: December 5, 2019