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After lighting up the suburban weekend night with his fun 2011 debut Blue Slide Park, Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller returns with another fun and somewhat filling release, but this light and breezy sophomore effort is more "one to listen to" than "one to party with." Key cut "S.D.S." is the album's magic in a nutshell as cloudy indie electro Flying Lotus production meets Miller's Eminem-minus-the-mania style, and if "I ain't nobody, and neither are you/I'm contemplating if I even believe in truth" is much mumbling about nothing, that's cool, because Miller bases his hotness on how much he looks like David Duchovny during the cut; plus there's plenty of other charming moments like this throughout the album, all of them working to dismantle the tag "frat rap." By the time "Gees" rolls around with ScHoolboy Q, raw electro from producer Chuck Inglish, and some ultra misogynistic "guy talk," it seems the tag of "pop-rap" is bound to be dismantled too, but if the musically adventurous album doesn't give up much for the radio, it is still frivolous, and for some tastes, frivolous to a fault. When indie darling Action Bronson guests on "Red Dot Music," it's a six-minute trip on light drugs with a surprise vision at the end, plus "Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes" is like frolicking in the Beatles' "Strawberry Fields" while boasting "I raw bust inside a vagina like I want kids" and insulting the players with "You and your girlfriend live inside of a duplex." Consider if the worlds of Odd Future and De La Soul collided and everyone was cool that those socially conscious, Daisy Age lyrics flew out the window, but when Earl Sweatshirt joins and offers "Think my bitch don't know me no more/Because every time she sad I can't console her no more," the album gets its anchor as "I'm Not Real" captures the mindset of the heartbroken and the insular. Still, without the hooks or the lofty lyrics, the album seems made exclusively for Miller's fans or those who right-click indie rap mixtape links on the daily. Those audiences should find it an interesting trip, admirable artistic growth, and an attractive, entertaining step in the right direction. Others will likely be flummoxed.
© David Jeffries /TiVo

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1
The Star Room
00:04:35

Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Thebe Kgositsile, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

2
Avian
00:03:16

Eric Dan, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Jeremy Kulousek, Writer - Zach Vaughan, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

3
I'm Not Real
00:03:23

Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Earl Sweatshirt, FeaturedArtist - Thebe Kgositsile, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

4
S.D.S.
00:03:04

Steven Ellison, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

5
Bird Call
00:02:08

Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Michael Volpe, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

6
Matches
00:02:57

Eric Dan, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Jeremy Kulousek, Writer - Ab-Soul, FeaturedArtist - Thomas Fec, Writer - Zach Vaughan, Writer - Herbert Stevens IV, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

7
I Am Who Am (Killin' Time)
00:05:01

Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Niki Randa, Writer, FeaturedArtist - Alex Lipinski, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

8
Objects in the Mirror
00:04:18

Pharrell Williams, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

9
Red Dot Music
00:06:07

Alan Maman, Writer - Andrew Latimer, Writer - Susan Hoover, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Action Bronson, FeaturedArtist - Ariyan Arslani, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

10
Gees
00:02:55

Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Schoolboy Q, FeaturedArtist - Evan Ingersoll, Writer - Quincey Hanley, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

11
Watching Movies
00:03:40

Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Jonathan King, Writer - Gregory Mauro, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

12
Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes
00:02:47

Timothy Thedford, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

13
Remember
00:04:27

James Smith, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Oliver Sim, Writer - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Romy Croft, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

14
Someone Like You
00:04:16

Joseph Hill, Writer - Eric Dan, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Jeremy Kulousek, Writer - Zach Vaughan, Writer - Andrea Landis, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

15
Aquarium
00:04:38

Eric Dan, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Ritz Reynolds, Writer - Jeremy Kulousek, Writer - Merrill Garbus, Writer - Zach Vaughan, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

16
Youforia
00:04:01

Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Michael Volpe, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

17
Goosebumpz (Bonus Track)
00:03:21

Thomas Pentz, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Ori Kaplan, Writer - Tamir Muskat, Writer - Vlada Tamova, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

18
O.K. (Bonus Track)
00:02:39

Mac Miller, MainArtist - Tyler Okonma, Writer - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Tyler, The Creator, FeaturedArtist

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

19
Claymation (Bonus Track)
00:03:51

Eric Dan, Writer - Mac Miller, MainArtist - Malcolm McCormick, Writer - Jeremy Kulousek, Writer - Vinny Radio, FeaturedArtist - Zach Vaughan, Writer - Leonard Moore, Writer

2013 Rostrum Records 2013 Rostrum Records

Album Description

After lighting up the suburban weekend night with his fun 2011 debut Blue Slide Park, Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller returns with another fun and somewhat filling release, but this light and breezy sophomore effort is more "one to listen to" than "one to party with." Key cut "S.D.S." is the album's magic in a nutshell as cloudy indie electro Flying Lotus production meets Miller's Eminem-minus-the-mania style, and if "I ain't nobody, and neither are you/I'm contemplating if I even believe in truth" is much mumbling about nothing, that's cool, because Miller bases his hotness on how much he looks like David Duchovny during the cut; plus there's plenty of other charming moments like this throughout the album, all of them working to dismantle the tag "frat rap." By the time "Gees" rolls around with ScHoolboy Q, raw electro from producer Chuck Inglish, and some ultra misogynistic "guy talk," it seems the tag of "pop-rap" is bound to be dismantled too, but if the musically adventurous album doesn't give up much for the radio, it is still frivolous, and for some tastes, frivolous to a fault. When indie darling Action Bronson guests on "Red Dot Music," it's a six-minute trip on light drugs with a surprise vision at the end, plus "Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes" is like frolicking in the Beatles' "Strawberry Fields" while boasting "I raw bust inside a vagina like I want kids" and insulting the players with "You and your girlfriend live inside of a duplex." Consider if the worlds of Odd Future and De La Soul collided and everyone was cool that those socially conscious, Daisy Age lyrics flew out the window, but when Earl Sweatshirt joins and offers "Think my bitch don't know me no more/Because every time she sad I can't console her no more," the album gets its anchor as "I'm Not Real" captures the mindset of the heartbroken and the insular. Still, without the hooks or the lofty lyrics, the album seems made exclusively for Miller's fans or those who right-click indie rap mixtape links on the daily. Those audiences should find it an interesting trip, admirable artistic growth, and an attractive, entertaining step in the right direction. Others will likely be flummoxed.
© David Jeffries /TiVo

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