For the first time in their combined 15 albums Odd Future sound like nothing more that a bunch of kids who can't believe their good luck. And on OF Tape Vol 2, neither can we.
However, i agree with the score and the sentiment; just not all the faux-intellectualising.
Completely disagree with the reviewer's sentiments as well: OF should stop trying to be 'transgressive art' (whatever the hell that is) and focus on having fun and being themselves. Which is clearly the vibe you get from 'Oldie', and not from Goblin/most of their recent work. Most of their output has been self consciously transgressive but outwardly puerile.
what a douche
Good points, well made. Could probably lose a paragraph here and there, but if there’s one band worth going on about...
whilst writing a User Review for a toaster on Amazon.
And I say this having not heard a note of this album.
i love this review!