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3.6

Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 79 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 30 out of 79
  2. Negative: 47 out of 79

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  1. Sep 24, 2010
    0
    Takes the piss. This album is absolutely dreadful, the lack of intelligence in the lyrics is depressing, the music is so putrid that the sounds of a cat being raped by an elephant would be more pleasant. Their prior album was repugnant, it made them my least favorite band on the face of the earth, in the entire history of mankind. This album is so putrid that it can only be described as the byproduct of fungi growing from Satan's armpit mixing with the only toilet at a chilli cook-off. It has redefined what terrible is in every way shape and form. The themes are shockingly less mature than the prior album's, focusing on the touching of genitals and removing of panties, once again objectifying women and making the assumption that their ape ugly arses are desirable in some way. The production is so heavy that it repeats the obvious lack of talent seen in their prior album, and once again there are no real instruments present in the album, only cheap synth effects. No talent went into the making of this album, it's so low brow that it kills the brain cells of those listening and sounds so awful that capitol punishment seems like the only thing 3Oh!3 deserves as payment. Essentially this album is scraping the bottom of the idiot barrel, and you're an idiot too if you enjoy it. Expand
  2. Mar 12, 2011
    3
    Sadly enough, America is falling for 3OH!3's "charmless, but highly catchy" tunes. Street of Gold's lead single, "My First Kiss", is the only standout track -- because while it is obnoxiously written and sadly produced, it is catchy and it's nice to hear Ke$ha's vocals, even for a mere second. However, the rest of Street of Gold never differs from 3OH!3's usual "talk-rap" jabber. Basically, there's never really any talent being shown. Not even the backing tracks sound all that attractive.

    Street of Gold offers 3OH!3 nothing more than a few bucks from listeners who are starving for new music. But listeners who actually respect music...won't find anything but garbage.
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  3. Jan 29, 2012
    7
    If you listen for the lyrics - don't bother with this album. That being said, the tunes are insanely catchy and very enjoyable. I've listened to this album about 40 times now, and there's just something charming about it.
  4. Dec 12, 2010
    0
    this album piuzzles me how did these guy's get a record deal they stink!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! this album make's me wanna fall asleep i do not even why or how they got a record deal it puzzle's me that they did get one the music they make is annoying
  5. Feb 17, 2011
    0
    People say todays music all sounds the same; pop music all sounds the same, the mediocre "artists," that are produced by way of such shows as the X Factor and American Idol all sound the same. But non of those acts are anywhere near as contemptible and truly awful as this band and this album in particular. Please do not waste your time with this tripe.
  6. Feb 13, 2012
    7
    In short:
    The lyrics stay on play school level. Even, my son could write some more creative lyrics than 3oh!3.
    But 'Streets of Gold' has it own charm. It is not just: 'dub dub dub dub dub', but simple dance music with simple synthesizer-beats and simple electronical effects. The songs are easy to sing along.
  7. Jun 6, 2013
    8
    I'll admit, 3OH13 does produce awful lyrics. But the songs are catchy and help put Colorado on the music map. While not as good as Want as they have a new sound. Streets of Gold is, well, Gold.
Metascore
48

Mixed or average reviews - based on 11 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 11
  2. Negative: 4 out of 11
  1. 3OH!3 are electro-hip-pop white bread American scum.
  2. Streets of Gold's beats still sound garage-sale-Casio cheap, but the album yields several doofy, affable sing-alongs and even - yeeps! - an Owl City-esque ballad.
  3. 20
    Over brutish synths and hammy bleats, the puerile brosefs' third album shares, among other witticisms: Gonna have a house party in my house.