Poppy - Poppy.Computer
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 90 ratings
2017 Ratings: #287
October 6, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Mad Decent / Label
Electropop / Genres
Your Review


The Needle Drop
Poppy's debut album is a good collection of pop songs, but doesn't quite live up to her unique Internet personality.
Oct 7, 2017*
Alright: so I like this record. I'd never heard of Poppy before this record – never heard of her YouTube channel, who she is, or her overall purpose – but on first listen, I immediately thought two things: Poppy is an art project commenting on contemporary obsessions with computers, the Internet and Internet fame that employs pop clichés or it's a completely shallow, unaware pop record. Thankfully, it's the former. On my second listen, "Poppy.Computer" revealed ... read more
Oct 8, 2017
some of the use of guitars is really awkward, at times it can be painfully cringey, but the overall sense of playfulness and fun is just too potent to resist with some of these hooks/grooves. overall it's more of that kero kero bonito/carly rae jepsen style pop music, which is definitely a love it or hate it kind of genre, but despite this being a frustratingly inconsistent album, there's enough quality here to stop me from being too mad at it.

Fav Tracks: Software Upgrade, Moshi Moshi, Bleach ... read more
Oct 15, 2017
Sounds like a less adventurous version of Kero Kero Bonito with some silly lyrics(including the problematic lyric of Software Upgrade). Not bad but nothing new.

Favs: Computer Boy and Interweb.
Oct 6, 2017
Poppy and Titanic Sinclair know how to make a great pop song. Although Poppy might not be the best singer, the production is what really sells these tracks. But like her Youtube channel, this album seems to be based on a loose theme rather than specific concept. This album is best at its most quirky.

Best Tracks: I'm Poppy, Let's Make A Video, Computer Boy
Worst Tracks: My Microphone
Mar 11, 2018
This album was a huge huge shocker and ground breaking and i loved her sound! Some tracks did not stand out due to poor production but the rest

were amazing! Highs are I'm Poppy, Computer Boy, Interweb and Software Upgrade as they all share a cohesive fantastic production. Lows are Pop Music and My Microphone as they seem to be fillers!
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#18/Rolling Stone (Pop)
Track List
  1. I'm Poppy 
  2. Let's Make A Video
  3. Bleach Blonde Baby
  4. Moshi Moshi
  5. Interweb
  6. My Microphone 
  7. My Style (featuring Charlotte)
  8. Computer Boy
  9. Fuzzy
  10. Software Upgrade
  11. Pop Music
Contributions By
endianness, Artsy, SantiagoDeMar

Added on: September 2, 2017