A Toothpaste Suburb

Milo - A Toothpaste Suburb
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 70 ratings
2014 Ratings: #351
Liked by 1 person
September 23, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Hellfyre Club / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

78
Pitchfork

milo's voice acts fairly slow to reveal the intentions beneath the words' surface, trusting listeners to connect the dots. That's one way of staking a claim on curious ears, a connection to someone who, per "a day trip to the nightosphere," doesn't dabble in secret societies. milo's society is far more open.

amygoodall
80
good
Wam
67
Bubbles
AmericaanSpirit
80
Often times repetitive, but overall a smooth ride through milo's mind.

BEST TRACKS: In Goal, You Are Go(o)d to Me (Editorial Length), Gaudeamus Igitur (for Kang Min-gyu), Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Objectifying Rabbits
GabrielDiablo
53
Average
noonoo97
71
This debut lacks exciting beats and starts to feel dull about halfway through. But still like the style and he definitely shows improvement to his sound in his follow up album in 2015.
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Track List

  1. salladhor saan, smuggler 
  2. yafet's song
  3. peanut butter sandwiches
  4. sanssouci palace 
  5. in gaol [ft. KOOL A.D.] 
  6. thatness and whatness
  7. fragrant pee farts [ft. Scallops Hotel] 
  8. ought implies can and i cannot 
  9. you are go(o)d to me (editorial length) 
  10. objectifying rabbits [ft. Open Mike Eagle]
  11. argyle sox (may Hellfyre live longer than any of us) [ft. Busdriver]
  12. Buck 65's knee 
  13. just us (a reprise for Robert who has not been forgotten)
  14. a day trip to the nightosphere [ft. Anderson .Paak]
  15. MAY THE DAYS BE AIMLESS (sorcery) [ft. WC Tank]
  16. gaudeamus igitur (for Kang Min-gyu)
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Added on: October 2, 2014