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Album Review: Feet of Clay by Earl Sweatshirt

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About a year after his last major solo album, Earl Sweatshirt comes out with a surprise EP titled Feet of Clay. This marks the second EP in his career. The EP is fairly short with seven tracks and clocking in at just 15 minutes in length. Many fans have joked that the album cover looks like a cover for a death metal band.

The first track off the album is 74. The beat for the track is simplistic with an electronic-like piano playing in the background with industrial-sounding drum beats. Earl basically raps about what has been going on since the release of Some Rap Songs. I understand that Earl gets off beat someti…
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Anything Goes Monday: The Pros and Cons of Credit Cards

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If you live in the United States, chances are, you have a credit card (or a few). According to a recent study, over half of the people living in the United States have a credit card. Credit cards are almost necessary with credit scores ruling over your life. If it's high, you're good! But if your credit score doesn't look too hot, it can have a negative impact on your life. Just having one late payment can do some serious damage to your credit score. But despite these negatives, there are a lot of positives when it comes to credit cards. If you are thinking about getting your first credit card or thinking a…

Album Review: Jesus Is King by Kanye West

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After some mixing issues with his album, Kanye West finally released his long-anticipated album, Jesus Is King. After scrapping (or changing the title) Yandhi, Kanye West comes out with his ninth studio album. He has also been a part of a few collaborative albums, such as Watch The Throne with Jay-Z and one of the more recent ones, Kids See Ghosts with Kid Cudi. Despite the political attention he's been getting from the media, a lot of people seem to be raving over this album. A lot of the tracks are pretty short, with most of them being under three minutes, but he sure can put a lot of effort into an album th…

Album Review: Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 2 by Foals

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Foals are an indie rock band from the United Kingdom. Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost is a two-part album and Foals just released part 2. This marks their sixth studio album.

Part 2 opens up with Red Desert which is a minute long orchestral piece. According to the frontman of Foals, he said that this piece would be perfect for a film score. After the orchestral strings cut out, the track takes a different approach, which will open up to their next track.

The second track off the album and my personal favorite is The Runner. The track starts off with heavy riffing guitars with a light, catchy chorus. Part 1 of the alb…

Album Review: LAHS by Allah-Las

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Allah-Las is an American indie rock band consisted of four different members. LAHS marks the band's fourth studio album. While I have always known about Allah-Las, I have never had the chance to sit down and listen to one their albums, even though they have been on my "listen to list" for a while now. Now, with the release of LAHS, I had the chance to sit down and give them a chance, and I definitely wasn't disappointed.

The album starts out with Holding Pattern. There's an easy guitar groove going on at the very beginning. Right off the bat, this reminds me of some old-school classic rock, as we…

Anything Goes Monday: I Trained My Calves Every Day So You Wouldn't Have To!

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Fitness has definitely become more prominent in everyone's life. With the internet being accessible for almost everyone, anyone can get information on how to perform an exercise, choose workout programs, and learn about new diets. However, there is one day when it comes to exercise that people tend to forget or despise: leg day.

Leg day is almost everyone's least favorite day. There are a few people who LOVE leg day, but we won't talk about those people. Your average gym goer will not enjoy leg day and will try to truck through it as quick as possible. There are some people that hate it so much that they ju…

Album Review: uknowhatimsayin¿ by Danny Brown

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Danny Brown is a rapper and songwriter who is originally from Detroit, Michigan. uknowhatimsayin¿ marks his fifth studio album. After three years from one of his most critically acclaimed albums, Atrocity Exhibition, and being silent for a few years, he has finally come out with his fifth studio record.

The album opens up with Change Up. There is a washed-out, reverbed guitar, something you would hear off of an alternative or psych-rock record. Danny Brown starts off the track by having him saying that people thought he was gone, or done with rapping. However, he's back in the hip-hop sphere and is ready to show pe…