If there's a theme to these songs, it's that this Fuckland in question is a mess, and Nomar Slevik essentially states without saying it that we're all stuck within its boundaries. If it's not a prison, it might as well be. He's ready to blast listeners metaphorically, although with a line like "I've got two 45′s and I'm not talking records" (from "8Bit") it would have been cool if this EP was pressed up as two 45rpm records. Fans would be listening to this with headphones on, razors to the wrist, saying "damn, this Nomar Slevik guy makes me feel I'm not alone in my own life horror." Welcome To Fuckland is not music to be played in the club, not with references to suicide, Hurricane Katrina, and gun contemplation, but it's sure to make you wish more artists would release their music in this way. This EP is a 7″/CD combo, so that when you open the deluxe gatefold cover, you'll find a CD inside with all five songs on the record plus three bonus tracks. I personally like it when someone gets experimental with their hip-hop, and when a hip-hop artist makes something that almost doesn't sound like hip-hop and it succeeds, even better.
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