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  • Summary: The posthumous release of the New York rapper's second full-length album was completed with the help of his mother, Liza Womack and producer Smokeasac.
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Hate Me
I can't stand to see you bleed When the reason for it's me... See the rest of the song lyrics
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 7
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 7
  3. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. Nov 12, 2018
    80
    There is no attempt to sugar-coat his legacy. Unfiltered, melodic, cinematic and raw, this album has moments that feel a little cheesy, but that’s in keeping with how unconcerned he was with “coolness”.
  2. Nov 9, 2018
    80
    Only the less impressive closing song "Fingers" sounds primed for mass appeal with traditional hooks. More compelling are the moments that showcase Lil Peep's unique relationship with self-expression and self-destruction. His delivery, lyrical choices, and sincere examination of difficult feelings seemed curious when he was alive, but take on a profound significance in the pallid wake of his death.
  3. The sombre project is blistered and broken in all the right ways. Peep’s legacy of making music that has no purpose other than making itself felt is the glue that holds this sprawling 13-track album together.
  4. Nov 9, 2018
    80
    What’s particularly notable about COWYSP2 is that it excels in a pop context--songs like Hate Me and Runaway feel at once fresh and familiar, swarming with hooks and infectious choruses that pierce the fuggy instrumentation, while managing to cover new sonic ground in an accessible way.
  5. Nov 27, 2018
    76
    While Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2 puts the cap on Peep’s short-lived career, it leaves behind clear evidence of his once-limitless potential.
  6. Nov 9, 2018
    72
    Come Over Pt. 2 lacks a single, a glittering pop-punk exclamation point like “Awful Things” or “The Brightside” to break up the album’s long drift. But that’s OK, really. The album is a valentine offered to Peep and to his fans, and it is built for immersion, not for persuasion.
  7. Nov 9, 2018
    70
    On the whole Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2 is a touching monument made with love. The death of Lil Peep marks an end of an era and COWYS, Pt. 2 is the type of record that moment deserved. Somehow, Peep’s estate, collaborators, and friends found a way to transmute love through the loss.
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  1. Nov 10, 2018
    10
    soo much better then part one, i can feel everything listening to this album
  2. Nov 22, 2018
    9
    I thing cowys 2 was better than cowys 1, but not much better. My favorite song form this album was Broken Smile (My all), and i very likeI thing cowys 2 was better than cowys 1, but not much better. My favorite song form this album was Broken Smile (My all), and i very like Runaway, Sex with my ex and Falling down. I buy this album at CD and i download it from spotify. Worth it Expand
  3. Nov 11, 2018
    6
    It's an alright album so much better then his first album which was terrible but honestly what makes this album alright is no lil peep himselfIt's an alright album so much better then his first album which was terrible but honestly what makes this album alright is no lil peep himself but the instrumental choices they made here i think the're great but lil peep's lazy delivery and obnoxious voice just doesn't quite match the instrumentation but still it's an alright album Expand
  4. Nov 13, 2018
    6
    More than half of this albums quality comes from the great instrumental choices for every song, the minute those instrumentals come in, you'reMore than half of this albums quality comes from the great instrumental choices for every song, the minute those instrumentals come in, you're already taken somewhere else.

    Lil Peep makes it count with some deep lyrics, but not enough to make you interested in what he has to say for the whole album, being very repetitive in every single track, sometimes it worked, but other time just felt like he was trying to feel up runtime space.

    There's not much else i can say, rather than great rock instrumentals, some good deep lyrics, that make you out yourself in his shoes, but with a lot to say, seems like he didn't say a lot.

    Favorite Tracks: Hate me, broken smile, Runaway, leanin,
    Least Favorite tracks: Falling down, IDGAF, 16 lines
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