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  • Summary: The fourth release for the Minnesota punk-rapper features guest appearances by Astronautalis, Isaac Gale of Marijuana Deathsquads, Mike Mictlan, Sims, and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver.
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  1. Oct 29, 2012
    We Don't Even Live Here is a solid, confident step forward for the Minneapolis rapper, taking his confrontational punk-rap style and injecting it with a dark, danceable energy that sacrifices none of his signature hardcore edge.
  2. We Don't Even Live Here is the weirdest, angriest, and best P.O.S album to date.
  3. Nov 20, 2012
    Usually an artist can try and re-create the album that gave him so much acclaim, or he can scrap everything and create something new and fresh, with the risk of alienating his fan base. P.O.S chose to do the latter with We Don't Even Live Here, but unlike many artists, he pulled it off without a hitch.
  4. Oct 30, 2012
    Maybe there's a touch more swagger than solutions on the set, but Minneapolis' secret weapon really should have saved the title of his previous set, Never Better, for this one.
  5. Oct 29, 2012
    On We Don't Even Live Here he brings lyrical grit, tightly leashed rage and a general disregard for genre boundaries.
  6. Q Magazine
    Jan 24, 2013
    He's made his most palatable LP yet. [Feb 2013, p.109]
  7. Nov 20, 2012
    The problem is that the strangely smug We Don't Even Live Here feels more like P.O.S. preaching to the converted than attempting to make a believer out of anyone, lacking any palpable resistance necessary to justify the constant underdog pose.

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