P.O.S- We Don’t Even Live Here

This new P.O.S record will probably please a lot of fans. Stefon did work to groom his style, and bring a succinct set of tracks that are easy to take in, but a lot of the instrumentals here–outside of “Bumper” and “Fire In the Hole / Arrow to the Action”–don’t match the revolutionary attitude Stefon’s […]

This new P.O.S record will probably please a lot of fans. Stefon did work to groom his style, and bring a succinct set of tracks that are easy to take in, but a lot of the instrumentals here–outside of “Bumper” and “Fire In the Hole / Arrow to the Action”–don’t match the revolutionary attitude Stefon’s lyrics portray.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jackson.scott.583 Jackson Scott

    I feel like this album is a satire and that many people didn’t get that. The themes on this record are more entwined than one might immediately catch. The genius of this record is precisely what you critiqued it for. It’s anarchical lyrics over poppy, cheap breakbeats that operate as a critique of materialistic pop rap and bad dance music. When taken in that context, I think this album makes its point in a way that wouldn’t be as clear if he were rapping over punk samples as he has in the past.