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The package was stuff in a mail box. So my sleeve is bent and vinyl slightly curved. Who puts something that big and non-flexible in a box. The record plays fine but it's just disappointing to see that. And this is black vinyl not tan just so u know
My only problem with the album is the length/price, if the album was going to be only 15 minutes long then it should have been a lower price but regardless of all that, the album is extremely creative, it’s not my favorite album from Earl Sweatshirt but it might be his most innovative album yet, I am definitely looking forward to more music from Earl in the future.
Cons: A shame they couldn't clear the MTOMB and TISK TISK samples for the CD release. The "newer" version of both tracks sound hollow in comparison. However, the two bonus cuts serve as a fair compensation.
Pros: Feet of Clay shows a continuation of Earl's rap evolution. Abstract but masterful lyricism on display. Production is stellar and the technical approach is unrelentingly unorthodox. If you liked Some Rap Songs, you'll love this.