RustyDumptruck -
70
It's a cool sounding album, but I feel like it goes over my head a bit. No idea why it's soooooooooo highly rated.
RustyDumptruck -
80
Very lush and beautiful album. Reminds me of early 2000's pop rock but with hyperpop aesthetics. Highly recommend in case you were curious what 100 Gecs would sound like covering the Fray.
RustyDumptruck -
90
I've been listening to this album nonstop for weeks now and it's becoming one of my favorite hip hop albums ever. This album is stacked with great writing, great production, great features, relatable song content, and a charm that goes unmatched.
RustyDumptruck -
60
I like this just a little more than Push the Button, though it's still not all that good. The album's a bit more cohesive in terms quality and pacing, but few tracks are really outstanding in themselves. I do love the Salmon Dance, which seems to be a point of contention for some people. Overall I'd say this album has it's moments but is nothing really special.
RustyDumptruck -
55
For me, this is where the greatness run from The Chemical Brothers slows down a bit. This album has a few songs that are great, but the middle leaves a lot to be desired. Some of the songs overstay their welcome, and some are just downright annoying. Still, the highlights of the album stand strong. If the album was more consistent and less long winded I'd definitely like it a lot more.
RustyDumptruck -
85
FIRST LISTEN: This shit is is hot as fuck. The production across the whole project absolutely bangs, Kevin Abstract and Merlin stick out as the major heat sources verse-wise, and all the features are killer.
RustyDumptruck -
85
This album's fantastic. Probably the best project from Armand Hammer, and I think they owe it to Alchemist. Billy Woods and Elucid have always had great bars, but Alchemist's production creates a groove that can make their dense intricate rap rhythms a bit more palatable. Fantastic features all across the board as well. So far one of the best hip hop albums of the year.
RustyDumptruck -
75
I like this single. Sure it's not as immediately gripping as Buzzcut was, but I like it for what it is. And what is is more in the pop vein. I love ASAP Rocky so I was of course excited to hear him on this, and I think his verse is solid. The second verse by SoGoneSoFlexy is a bit forgettable, especially since Matt's verse begins immediately after and sort of steals the momentum. I'm also still bummed that there's barely any other BH members on this track besides Matt and Jabari, but I still ... read more
RustyDumptruck -
80
Good track, but why do they have to end the track on spacey shit? I feel like one more verse would've solidified this as great, but they wanted to end it like they've ended so much of their material lately. It's certainly cool, but I just feel like the potential was wasted.
RustyDumptruck -
100
(Rating this ridiculously high to try and shift the user score. It's not *actually* a 100 but it's damn good and I don't want people to miss out)

This is a great disco record. If you love dance music, this is a banger album. Shit's got groove man.
RustyDumptruck -
70
Honestly a pretty fun album. Is it groundbreaking? No. Is it a bit monotonous? Yes. But like if you're just looking for a fun modern trap album, with some quality beats and some good quips, this is a good one a check out.
RustyDumptruck -
95
THIS WAS A BILLBOARD TOP 40 TRACK???? HOLY GODDAMN FUCK THIS SHIT IS AMAZING
RustyDumptruck -
69
Holy crap do I have no idea how to judge this album. As much as I'd like to take a retreat into the Himalayas or something to gather my thoughts on this album, I honestly don't know if it merits that attention. But at the same time, the sound on this thing is truly unique in scope and very well could be indicative of change to come in the hip hop world.
What's interesting to me listening to WLR is that it clearly sounds like different projects smashed together. There are several tracks that ... read more
RustyDumptruck -
80
This album slaps in terms of fun. The lyrics are wacky, the guitar is sick, and the jams are solid. If you're the kind of person who hides their anguish with watery beers, boy do I have an album for you.

Also the opening guitar part to "In Response to Irresponsibility" is like my go-to warm up. Shit's so fresh.
RustyDumptruck -
75
I have a friend whose dream is to fuck to this album.
RustyDumptruck -
80
I'm a sucker for 80's synthpop, and there just isn't another one like this. Not every song is great, but they all have quality synth parts, and in synthpop that's the name of the game. Darkness and Seconds stand out as epic tracks that I constantly come back to every so often. Overall, if you want further proof that the 80's was the best generation for pop music, peep this shit.
RustyDumptruck -
75
If you're a fan of their youtube video performances of their songs in various locations, than you'll most definitely enjoy this. All the performances on here are fantastic, though personally I'd prefer to just marathon those on youtube than listen just as music.
RustyDumptruck -
85
What a lovely album. Every song on this thing is so genuinely catchy and lush. Awesome summer night music.
RustyDumptruck -
90
I never in a million years saw this album coming from Tyler, but good lord am I happy it happened. This album is a modern masterpiece and should be discussed in music circles for years going forward. On first listen, it was one of the most exciting listens I'd had in awhile, and I recommend anyone with a genuine love of hip hop and neo-soul music check this thing out.
RustyDumptruck -
85
This is a great (for the most part) chill album. Up to this point in his career, I had always liked Tyler's bombastic approach to songwriting and production, but it always seemed like his ideas were a bit scattered. His albums would have amazing songs with his antisocial character traits written in, but would also have tons of filler type songs with similar lyricism, but lacking strong production or melody. This was the first album where I feel like he truly nailed down a sound, and it's ... read more
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