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Based on 204 ratings
2020 Ratings: #729
Liked by 6 people
February 14, 2020 / Release Date
Mixtape / Format
G*59 Records / Label
Trap Rap / Genres
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for guys named $uicideboy$ not much really happens here, the two singles are the best songs. Everything else is alright, mainly just uninteresting and bland. I've never been a fan of the vocals these dudes have, it's annoying sometimes and they have the vocals here for a bunch of the tracks and it doesn't sound very good. Some tracks are fun, but didn't get as much energy or as much bangers as I would have liked. But when these guys have the energy, they make some really entertaining music ... read more
Cmon man what happend with $uicideboy$
They used to make nice and dark music and now they make trap rap songe that are forgettable as all hell
Oh no, I never thought that one day I would really get bored with the Suicideboys... I'm not a big fan, however I always follow carefully each of their releases because they are a talented band in their field who never disappoint with their projects, until today. To tell you after the first listen I put it aside, rather disappointed by telling myself I'll give it a chance later, but the following listenings didn't make me change my mind

On STOP STARING AT THE SHADOWS they have tried a more ... read more
There have been some mediocre $uicideboy$ projects, but this might just be the most inconsistent and painfully by-the-numbers effort from the boy$. It seems that in the last few years since they've slowed down their output, some of the magic that made their old material has gone with that. So many tracks here are just so devoid of elements that are really worth playing, and even the best moments here pale in comparison to nearly everything else they've done. On I Wanna Be Romanticised we see ... read more
This thing feels rushed, I have my problems with there debut album, but that record for the most part kept the same energy and production quality throughout, the songs felt distinct and unique to the boys, unfortunately this album is completely different, these tracks at best are a bunch of glorified run of the mill trap songs, maybe a scream or a lady shrieking sample here and there to remind you this is a $uicideboy$ album but other than that nothing worth while here, and definitely no ... read more
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Track List

  1. All Dogs Go to Heaven
  2. I Wanna Be Romanticized
  3. One Last Look at the Damage
  4. [whispers indistinctly]
  5. Mega Zeph
  6. Putrid Pride
  7. That Just Isn't Empirically Possible
  8. What the Fuck Is Happening
  9. Bizarro
  10. Scope Set
  11. Fuck Your Culture
  12. ...And to Those I Love, Thanks for Sticking Around
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Added on: December 20, 2019