God Is Partying

Andrew W.K. - God Is Partying
Critic Score
Based on 13 reviews
2021 Ratings: #416 / 736
User Score
Based on 60 ratings
2021 Ratings: #956
Liked by 6 people
September 10, 2021 / Release Date
LP / Format
Napalm / Label
Heavy Metal / Genres
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Oh, how I've missed your fantastical keyboards and devilish guitars, Andrew! Just like on 'You're Not Alone', the production of this album is way too noisy, and cheesy lyrics attempting the bare minimum to give the music a religious and matrimonial edge further drag it down. However, Andrew's angelic voice and the absolutely magical chords and melodies make this record an enjoyable listen. That guitar solo in "My Tower" alone made me fucking cum.


And here we have Andrew, once again being grossly underrated. For an allegedly one note guy, it sure takes everyone almost a decade to get what he's doing. Remember when everyone hated I Get Wet? Well, it's a classic now. Andrew WK has turned his career and existence into an ARG and is playing 4D chess with each video and release. Having a laugh? Think I'm delusional? Look up Steev Mike. Great record for the most misunderstood madman in music.


Close to succeeding, but also far away

So, I was really excited about this album. I've come to love Andrew's debut record, which has become one of my favorite albums of all time, and I've also come to appreciate Andrew as a person, who's one of the most amazing human beings ever. I personally felt way too excited to check this out, I thought it was going to be a reinvention of Andrew, combining some conceptual elements with "You're Not Alone", the first couple of singles sold us this ... read more

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Track List

  1. Everybody Sins
  2. Babalon
  3. No One To Know
  4. Stay True To Your Heart
  5. Goddess Partying
  6. I'm In Heaven
  7. Remember Your Oath
  8. My Tower
  9. And Then We Blew Apart

Year End Lists

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Added on: May 6, 2021