Yep. I requested a purchase on it. You're welcome. Anyways, so after listening to the entire album, I can say it's pretty good. Every track is pretty catchy and stays true to the modern synth-pop sound. I honestly wasn't expecting much from it, but just about every song on there had a very good melody. Tracks like Aristocrat and The Rapture Ball were more of an elegant pop genre, Time Is Up and Hard Feelings were very robotic both lyrically and musically, and Play Destroy and X had more of a hard rock vibe to them. Then there were just the catchy pop hits, like In a Minute and Girls in Bikinis. Either way, every song was super special, and is honestly a major improvement concerning lyrics and instrumentals in comparison to Poppy's previous album, Poppy.Computer.
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