Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 1

Lil Peep - Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 1
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2017 Ratings: #584
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Peep isn’t as expressive as his emo ancestors, and he isn’t as eloquent as his rap idols, but he does effectively bring their stylings together in a provocative new way that riles up the purists in both genres.

I gave this a higher score than I expected to.

Edit (9 months later : original score 30): yeah insecure me wrote a half baked review and slapped on a 30/100. I really had an awful attitude going into music last year. Part 2 brought me back and as expected I see this through a whole new lense. The ugly and awful vibe this album has is incredibly infectious, and somehow lovable. This is an album that OF COARSE the critic in me would hate. It’s so easy to go in and shit on the guys music ... read more
i think i underestimated how much i would enjoy lil peep's discography.
Discography Diaries #6: NOT GOODS
Album #13: Come Over When You're Sober (Part One) by Lil Peep
Genre: Emo Rap
Date: 02/09/2020
Time: 1:55 PM

Let's get into the next album Fantano rated a Not Good, Lil Peeps Come Over When You're Sober (Part One). The late Lil Peeps debut album was a project that I was already familiar with prior to this dive and I thought it was just decent before, but if it's as good since I last heard it is another question to ask. Lil Peeps impact on the whole emo wave is ... read more
We get it, you hated this because Melon told you to and you didn’t want to risk being uncool for liking it - jk but in all seriousness, I went into this release expecting to feel disappointed or, at the most, enraged.

What ended up happening was unexpected and a little surreal - I was transported back to the days where bands like TBS and blink-182 were my shoulder to cry on but now, that reliance was wrapped in a new snare heavy coat. Sure, Awful Things is a bit tough to listen to (and ... read more

He's done it. The skinny emo motherfucker from Allentown's really gone and done it. After months and months of relentlessly playing his extensive discography, Lil Peep has finally made me realize the true value of his best works. On AOTY (and even more so on RYM), I've consistently rated his music in the high 70s to high 80s range, but nowadays, I don't even think that accurately conveys just how great Lil Peep's tunes are. So on my journey to right my wrongs and ... read more
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Added on: July 28, 2017