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All You Can Do [Explicit]

August 12, 2014 | Format: MP3

$8.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: August 12, 2014
  • Release Date: August 12, 2014
  • Label: Steel Wool Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2014 Steel Wool Records Licensed Exclusively To Welk Music Group
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  • Total Length: 57:36
  • Genres:
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00KOU0DF8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,990 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: Audio CD
It’s easy to put out an album these days. Or rather, it’s easy to slap together fifteen or so songs into a collection, call it an album, and then upload it to iTunes for public consumption. In a lot of ways, this is great. It’s great that because of modern technology people have been able to make and consume more music than ever. It has come at a cost, though.
With massive influx of music being created, consumers are able to be pickier about what they listen to. Instead of buying whole albums, listeners will just pick their favorite songs and consequently miss out on what the song meant within the context of the album. Many musicians have caught on to this trend and have begun focusing on making songs that will go viral rather than creating a whole album that has staying power.
Rapper George Watsky is dedicated to releasing whole albums. In a time where listeners rapidly jump from one artist to the next, he has been able to catch the attention of an audience and keep it by consistently releasing albums that, in their entirety, tell a story about a time in his life. His third studio album, All You Can Do, combines cover art, reoccurring themes, and multiple musical genres to function as a whole piece of art rather than a collection of songs.
Watsky clawed his way into the public eye when his YouTube video “Pale Kid Raps Fast” went viral. His remarkably fast rhymes, which never sacrificed quality or complexity, amazed millions of people and lured thousands of people into checking out his other work. Those who made it past “Pale Kid Raps Fast” found that, amidst the fury of syllables, Watsky is also a powerful storyteller. The stories that make up his album, All You Can Do, all seem to boil down to one all-important theme, which is love.
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I think this is his best album. I haven't gotten tired of listening to it and I play through it from start to finish a lot. Great artist and this album definitely separates him from mast rappers out there.
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I never buy music. Ever. I swipe it free off the internet every time. But I heard watsky had a new album out and I love him so much and I just love his music I actually spent $10 because I know it's going to him. I love this album its more serious than his earlier ones and I highly recommend.
Love you watsky!
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I'm a huge Watsky fan -and he definitely held up his end of this artist/fan relationship lol. All You Can Do is wonderful from beginning to end. With every album I've ever listened to I've instantly chosen favorites, and there were always a few songs that had to grow on me.

I can with 100% honesty say that I have loved and enjoyed this album from beginning to end. My super - favorites are: "Let's get high and watch planet earth," "The One," "Sarajevo," "Never let it die," "All You Can Do," "My first stalker," and of course "Whoa Whoa Whoa." Fricken George Watsky... Gets me every time!
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I am a big fan of watsky so I may be more than a bit biased. Whoa Whoa Whoa, is one of my favorite songs at the moment, it has a catchy beat and some of the lines are hilarious, "I play Miley's ribcage with my dick, like it's a Xylie-phone", I love that line. Maybe half of the album is a catchy up beat track like this one. The other half is why I gave this five stars, some of the songs are very emotionally charged such as tear to diamonds. "But baby maybe it’s a problem when you got a problem And you get addicted to the cure". As a whole the album feels very complete staring off up beat and then ending up emotional like a night out drinking with friends. I'm glad I got the album, and I'd recommend it, also the video for Whoa Whoa Whoa is pretty trippy.
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Fantastic album that was well worth the wait. Watsky knocks it out of the park again with fantastic tracks. He once said that he had to use catchy tunes etc. to hook people in so they will possibly listen to 7 minute poems on mortality and what not. His 6:41 closing track on this album is an excellent spoken word piece that is just as easy and interesting to listen to as his upbeat tracks like "The One" and "Whoa Whoa Whoa". My personal favourites are the touching and emotional songs "Never Let It Die" and "Sarajevo". A well rounded album and probably my favourite of the year followed by T.I.'s "Paperwork" and Hoodie Allen's "People Keep Talking".
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This is an album that never gets old. Every single track is amazing, and they fit together in sequence perfectly. I had high expectations initially set by Cardboard Castles, and and I was still blown away. It's my #1 favorite album of 2014.
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Watsky's album All You Can Do is absolutely fantastic. Definitely one of my favorite albums of 2014. The vinyl record is really cool and looks black, but when you hold it up to a light it reveals it's purple tint and marble pattern. 10/10 would recommend to you. Buy this.
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