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The OF Tape Vol. 2

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The OF Tape Vol. 2 by Odd Future

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The OF Tape Vol. 2

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Odd Future's ethos as suburban kids gone wild no longer shocks: They've even developed a Cartoon Network show around it. So while they stuff The O.F. Tape Vol. 2 full of raging hormones, they wisely avoid the taboo-breaking that made them the most controversial group of 2011, save for exceptions like Hodgy Beats' caveman grunts on "Real B*tch." It's chaotically sequenced like a Three 6 Mafia album, and has few memorable songs, but impresses with a sarcastic tone, impassioned (yet specious) claims of being industry outsiders on "P" and "Oldie," and healthy servings of machismo.

About This Album

Odd Future's ethos as suburban kids gone wild no longer shocks: They've even developed a Cartoon Network show around it. So while they stuff The O.F. Tape Vol. 2 full of raging hormones, they wisely avoid the taboo-breaking that made them the most controversial group of 2011, save for exceptions like Hodgy Beats' caveman grunts on "Real B*tch." It's chaotically sequenced like a Three 6 Mafia album, and has few memorable songs, but impresses with a sarcastic tone, impassioned (yet specious) claims of being industry outsiders on "P" and "Oldie," and healthy servings of machismo.

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About This Album

Odd Future's ethos as suburban kids gone wild no longer shocks: They've even developed a Cartoon Network show around it. So while they stuff The O.F. Tape Vol. 2 full of raging hormones, they wisely avoid the taboo-breaking that made them the most controversial group of 2011, save for exceptions like Hodgy Beats' caveman grunts on "Real B*tch." It's chaotically sequenced like a Three 6 Mafia album, and has few memorable songs, but impresses with a sarcastic tone, impassioned (yet specious) claims of being industry outsiders on "P" and "Oldie," and healthy servings of machismo.