The End of Comedy

Drugdealer - The End of Comedy
Critic Score
Based on 8 reviews
2016 Ratings: #528 / 926
User Score
Based on 57 ratings
2016 Ratings: #249
Liked by 1 person
September 9, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Domino / Label
Psychedelic Pop / Genres
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Diggin' the Weyes Blood collabs.
The Weyes Blood features are probably the highlights of this record. Michael Collins' songwriting is average and the melodies are rather forgettable for the most part. Just a decent album at best, in my opinion.

Light 6/10
It has a couple of actual good good tracks, the rest feels like just fillers. It It's a first album that feels like a first album.

Edit: years after this grew on me, almost as enjoyable as their sophomore.
Drugdealer + Weyes Blood = Greatness
This is a very chill but still somewhat diverse set of indie tracks that are relaxing to listen to in the moment. There's a lot that isn't extremely memorable but it works well in the general vibe. The best moments are pretty great though.
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Track List

  1. Far Rockaway Theme
  2. The Real World (feat. Sheer Agony)
  3. Suddenly (feat. Weyes Blood)
  4. Easy to Forget (feat. Ariel Pink)
  5. Were You Saying Something?
  6. Theme for Alessandro
  7. It's Only Raining Right Where You're Standing
  8. The End of Comedy (feat. Weyes Blood)
  9. Sea of Nothing
  10. My Life (feat. Danny James)
  11. Comedy Outro
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Added on: September 6, 2016