Post Malone

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Beerbongs & Bentleys
Colored Vinyl - Used - B0028490-01
2018 2LP gatefold pressing on clear vinyl with custom glossy inner sleeve. Light shelf/ring wear to cover. His sophomore effort on Republic records. Features the likes of 21 Savage, Swae Lee, Ty Dollar $ign, Nicki Minaj, G Easy & YG. more
Hollywood's Bleeding
Colored Vinyl - New - B0031631-01
Sealed 2020 2LP Gatefold; Translucent Green Vinyl Pressing. Shrink Tear. Third Studio Outing For The New York Native. Features Artists Future, SZA, Ozzy Osbourne, Meek Mill, Travis Scott & Young Thug. "With A Pair Of Multi-platinum Albums And A Slew Of Radio Hits Under His Belt, Post Malone Finally Managed To Match The Quality Of His Output With A Mainstream Love On His Third Set, Hollywood's Bleeding. While Malone's Remarks Are All Present -- His Basic Hip-hop/rock Sound And Sad Guy Image Are Still At The Fore -- He Strikes A More Well-honed Balance To Great Effect. Leaning Less On The Overly Dark Trap Tones And Reluctant-star Posturing Of Past Works, Malone Allows The Genre-blending To Progress Naturally ("Allergic"), His Signature Vocal Trill To Soar ("Circles"), And Occasionally He Even Lets Himself Enjoy His Superstar Status, Like On "Saint-tropez." Make No Mistake: He's By No Means Suddenly Happy Here. But Instead Of Hand-wringing And Whining About How Tough It Is To Be Rich And Famous, He's Found His Voice, Hitting Out At Fake Friends And Real Foes ("Enemies"), Failed Relationships ("A Thousand Bad Times," "Goodbyes"), And Both Faceless Detractors And A Society Spiraling Down The Tubes ("Internet," "Hollywood's Bleeding"). Even Though The Album Could Use Some Trimming -- Simply In The Interest Of Retaining Your Attention -- The Big Difference This Time Around Is That There's Nary A Dud To Be Found. Highlights Abound, But The Most Interesting Nuggets Are The Unexpected Treats Hiding Among Fine-tuned Hip-hop Gems Like "Wow" And "On The Road," With Meek Mill And Lil Baby. The Aforementioned "A Thousand Bad Times" Is A Bittersweet Ode That Might Be Malone's Peppiest Offering To Date, While The Rollicking "Allergic" Is His Infectious Take On Pop-punk. Well-utilized Features From Future And Halsey ("Die For Me"), Sza ("Staring At The Sun"), And Swae Lee (The Smash Hit "Sunflower") All Play A Part In Elevating The Effort, But It's A Left-field Inclusion That Provides The Album's Biggest Shock. Eclipsing Co-star Travis Scott, Ozzy Osbourne Delivers His Haunting Vocals On The Plaintive "Take What You Want," A Marquee Moment That Threatens To Steal The Show, Yet Mainly Serves To Prove How Brightly Malone's Star Shined At The End Of The 2010s. There's Even An Arena-worthy Electric Guitar Solo Injected For Good Measure. More Well-executed Than His Previous Releases And Undeniably Catchy, Hollywood's Bleeding Is A Huge Step Forward For The Guarded Superstar, One That Doesn't Sacrifice The Essential Elements That Made Him Such A Surprise Hitmaker, And Pushes Him Even Further Into The Pop-savvy Landscape Where He Belongs." AMG Review By Neil Z. Yeung. more
Hollywood's Bleeding
Colored Vinyl - New - B0031631-01
Sealed 2020 Limited Edition 2LP Stereo Original, Housed In Heavy Duty Embossed Gatefold Jacket Pressed On Pink Vinyl. Third Studio Outing For The New York Native. Features Artists Future, SZA, Ozzy Osbourne, Meek Mill, Travis Scott & Young Thug. "With A Pair Of Multi-platinum Albums And A Slew Of Radio Hits Under His Belt, Post Malone Finally Managed To Match The Quality Of His Output With A Mainstream Love On His Third Set, Hollywood's Bleeding. While Malone's Remarks Are All Present -- His Basic Hip-hop/rock Sound And Sad Guy Image Are Still At The Fore -- He Strikes A More Well-honed Balance To Great Effect. Leaning Less On The Overly Dark Trap Tones And Reluctant-star Posturing Of Past Works, Malone Allows The Genre-blending To Progress Naturally ("Allergic"), His Signature Vocal Trill To Soar ("Circles"), And Occasionally He Even Lets Himself Enjoy His Superstar Status, Like On "Saint-tropez." Make No Mistake: He's By No Means Suddenly Happy Here. But Instead Of Hand-wringing And Whining About How Tough It Is To Be Rich And Famous, He's Found His Voice, Hitting Out At Fake Friends And Real Foes ("Enemies"), Failed Relationships ("A Thousand Bad Times," "Goodbyes"), And Both Faceless Detractors And A Society Spiraling Down The Tubes ("Internet," "Hollywood's Bleeding"). Even Though The Album Could Use Some Trimming -- Simply In The Interest Of Retaining Your Attention -- The Big Difference This Time Around Is That There's Nary A Dud To Be Found. Highlights Abound, But The Most Interesting Nuggets Are The Unexpected Treats Hiding Among Fine-tuned Hip-hop Gems Like "Wow" And "On The Road," With Meek Mill And Lil Baby. The Aforementioned "A Thousand Bad Times" Is A Bittersweet Ode That Might Be Malone's Peppiest Offering To Date, While The Rollicking "Allergic" Is His Infectious Take On Pop-punk. Well-utilized Features From Future And Halsey ("Die For Me"), Sza ("Staring At The Sun"), And Swae Lee (The Smash Hit "Sunflower") All Play A Part In Elevating The Effort, But It's A Left-field Inclusion That Provides The Album's Biggest Shock. Eclipsing Co-star Travis Scott, Ozzy Osbourne Delivers His Haunting Vocals On The Plaintive "Take What You Want," A Marquee Moment That Threatens To Steal The Show, Yet Mainly Serves To Prove How Brightly Malone's Star Shined At The End Of The 2010s. There's Even An Arena-worthy Electric Guitar Solo Injected For Good Measure. More Well-executed Than His Previous Releases And Undeniably Catchy, Hollywood's Bleeding Is A Huge Step Forward For The Guarded Superstar, One That Doesn't Sacrifice The Essential Elements That Made Him Such A Surprise Hitmaker, And Pushes Him Even Further Into The Pop-savvy Landscape Where He Belongs." AMG Review By Neil Z. Yeung. more
Hollywood's Bleeding
Colored Vinyl - New - B0031631-01
Sealed 2020 Limited Edition 2LP Embossed Gatefold Issue, Pressed On Translucent Green Vinyl. Features Artists Future, SZA, Ozzy Osbourne, Meek Mill, Travis Scott & Young Thug. Tiny Corner Rubs. more
Hollywood's Bleeding
Colored Vinyl - New - B0031631-01
Sealed 2020 Limited Edition 2LP Embossed Gatefold Issue, Pressed On Colored Vinyl. Features Artists Future, SZA, Ozzy Osbourne, Meek Mill, Travis Scott & Young Thug. more
Hollywood's Bleeding
New Import - 00602508305481
Sealed 2020 Limited Edition 2LP Stereo Original, Housed In Heavy Duty Embossed Gatefold Jacket Pressed On Pink Vinyl. Third Studio Outing For The New York Native. Features Artists Future, SZA, Ozzy Osbourne, Meek Mill, Travis Scott & Young Thug. "With A Pair Of Multi-platinum Albums And A Slew Of Radio Hits Under His Belt, Post Malone Finally Managed To Match The Quality Of His Output With A Mainstream Love On His Third Set, Hollywood's Bleeding. While Malone's Remarks Are All Present -- His Basic Hip-hop/rock Sound And Sad Guy Image Are Still At The Fore -- He Strikes A More Well-honed Balance To Great Effect. Leaning Less On The Overly Dark Trap Tones And Reluctant-star Posturing Of Past Works, Malone Allows The Genre-blending To Progress Naturally ("Allergic"), His Signature Vocal Trill To Soar ("Circles"), And Occasionally He Even Lets Himself Enjoy His Superstar Status, Like On "Saint-tropez." Make No Mistake: He's By No Means Suddenly Happy Here. But Instead Of Hand-wringing And Whining About How Tough It Is To Be Rich And Famous, He's Found His Voice, Hitting Out At Fake Friends And Real Foes ("Enemies"), Failed Relationships ("A Thousand Bad Times," "Goodbyes"), And Both Faceless Detractors And A Society Spiraling Down The Tubes ("Internet," "Hollywood's Bleeding"). Even Though The Album Could Use Some Trimming -- Simply In The Interest Of Retaining Your Attention -- The Big Difference This Time Around Is That There's Nary A Dud To Be Found. Highlights Abound, But The Most Interesting Nuggets Are The Unexpected Treats Hiding Among Fine-tuned Hip-hop Gems Like "Wow" And "On The Road," With Meek Mill And Lil Baby. The Aforementioned "A Thousand Bad Times" Is A Bittersweet Ode That Might Be Malone's Peppiest Offering To Date, While The Rollicking "Allergic" Is His Infectious Take On Pop-punk. Well-utilized Features From Future And Halsey ("Die For Me"), Sza ("Staring At The Sun"), And Swae Lee (The Smash Hit "Sunflower") All Play A Part In Elevating The Effort, But It's A Left-field Inclusion That Provides The Album's Biggest Shock. Eclipsing Co-star Travis Scott, Ozzy Osbourne Delivers His Haunting Vocals On The Plaintive "Take What You Want," A Marquee Moment That Threatens To Steal The Show, Yet Mainly Serves To Prove How Brightly Malone's Star Shined At The End Of The 2010s. There's Even An Arena-worthy Electric Guitar Solo Injected For Good Measure. More Well-executed Than His Previous Releases And Undeniably Catchy, Hollywood's Bleeding Is A Huge Step Forward For The Guarded Superstar, One That Doesn't Sacrifice The Essential Elements That Made Him Such A Surprise Hitmaker, And Pushes Him Even Further Into The Pop-savvy Landscape Where He Belongs." AMG Review By Neil Z. Yeung. more
Hollywood's Bleeding
Colored Vinyl - New - B0031631-01
Sealed 2020 2LP Gatefold; Translucent Green Vinyl Pressing. Shrink Tear. Third Studio Outing For The New York Native. Features Artists Future, SZA, Ozzy Osbourne, Meek Mill, Travis Scott & Young Thug. "With A Pair Of Multi-platinum Albums And A Slew Of Radio Hits Under His Belt, Post Malone Finally Managed To Match The Quality Of His Output With A Mainstream Love On His Third Set, Hollywood's Bleeding. While Malone's Remarks Are All Present -- His Basic Hip-hop/rock Sound And Sad Guy Image Are Still At The Fore -- He Strikes A More Well-honed Balance To Great Effect. Leaning Less On The Overly Dark Trap Tones And Reluctant-star Posturing Of Past Works, Malone Allows The Genre-blending To Progress Naturally ("Allergic"), His Signature Vocal Trill To Soar ("Circles"), And Occasionally He Even Lets Himself Enjoy His Superstar Status, Like On "Saint-tropez." Make No Mistake: He's By No Means Suddenly Happy Here. But Instead Of Hand-wringing And Whining About How Tough It Is To Be Rich And Famous, He's Found His Voice, Hitting Out At Fake Friends And Real Foes ("Enemies"), Failed Relationships ("A Thousand Bad Times," "Goodbyes"), And Both Faceless Detractors And A Society Spiraling Down The Tubes ("Internet," "Hollywood's Bleeding"). Even Though The Album Could Use Some Trimming -- Simply In The Interest Of Retaining Your Attention -- The Big Difference This Time Around Is That There's Nary A Dud To Be Found. Highlights Abound, But The Most Interesting Nuggets Are The Unexpected Treats Hiding Among Fine-tuned Hip-hop Gems Like "Wow" And "On The Road," With Meek Mill And Lil Baby. The Aforementioned "A Thousand Bad Times" Is A Bittersweet Ode That Might Be Malone's Peppiest Offering To Date, While The Rollicking "Allergic" Is His Infectious Take On Pop-punk. Well-utilized Features From Future And Halsey ("Die For Me"), Sza ("Staring At The Sun"), And Swae Lee (The Smash Hit "Sunflower") All Play A Part In Elevating The Effort, But It's A Left-field Inclusion That Provides The Album's Biggest Shock. Eclipsing Co-star Travis Scott, Ozzy Osbourne Delivers His Haunting Vocals On The Plaintive "Take What You Want," A Marquee Moment That Threatens To Steal The Show, Yet Mainly Serves To Prove How Brightly Malone's Star Shined At The End Of The 2010s. There's Even An Arena-worthy Electric Guitar Solo Injected For Good Measure. More Well-executed Than His Previous Releases And Undeniably Catchy, Hollywood's Bleeding Is A Huge Step Forward For The Guarded Superstar, One That Doesn't Sacrifice The Essential Elements That Made Him Such A Surprise Hitmaker, And Pushes Him Even Further Into The Pop-savvy Landscape Where He Belongs." AMG Review By Neil Z. Yeung. more
Stoney
Colored Vinyl - New - 00602557265842
Sealed 2018 2LP Gatefold, Pressed On Orange Swirl Coloured Vinyl. EU Import. "Establishing Identity Through The Lens Of Cultural Appropriation Can Be Tricky Business. On Post Malone's Studio Debut Stoney, The Dallas-Raised Musician With Gold Grills And Braids Does His Best To Sing-Rap His Way Through An Album's Worth Of Woozy R&B-Inflected Hip-Hop. As A Fan Of Rap And Its Associated Culture, Post Delivers With Moderate Respect, Careful Not To Toe The Precarious Line Over Which Others Like Iggy Azalea And Riff Raff Have Stumbled. Yet, There Still Seems To Be Something Missing In The Calculated White-Guy-Does-Hip-Hop Formula. Although He Plays Guitar And Is Influenced By Tim McGraw As Much As Kanye West, Stoney Is Mostly Devoid Of That Country Twang, Save For Some Outlaw Grit On "Broken Whiskey Glass" And Faint Strumming On "Go Flex" (Bonus Track "Leave" Actually Captures His True Cross-genre Nature Better Than Anything Here). Mostly, That Part Of His Background Only Comes Through When He Chooses To Sing. Those Tracks -- Notably "No Option" And "I Fall Apart" -- Work Best, Featuring Strong Vocals That Quiver When He Pushes It To The Limit. Guest Vocalists And Producers Like Kehlani ("Feel"), River Tiber ("Cold"), Pharrell Williams ("Up There"), And Quavo And Metro Boomin ("Congratulations") Bolster Stoney With Both Atmosphere And Credibility, While Tourmate Justin Bieber Increases The Star Power On The Sweet "Cha-Cha"/"Hotline Bling"-Esque "Deja Vu." Even Though Most Of The Songs Bleed Indistinguishably Into One Another, The Aptly Titled Album Provides An Appropriate Soundtrack For A Certain Type Of Recreational Rest And Relaxation (Even Occasionally Threatening To Sedate The Listener). It's Competent And Listenable, But Many Others Have Tread This Same Path Already. Post Malone Has A Way To Go Before Standing Out With His Own Unique Voice, But There Are Signs On Stoney That It Could Happen." AMG Review by Neil Z. Yeung. more
Twelve Carat Toothache
Colored Vinyl - New - B0035676-01
Sealed 2023 2LP Limited Edition Red Vinyl Version. "The Harsh Hangover To Hollywood's Bleeding, Post Malone's Fourth Full-length Outing, Twelve Carat Toothache, Is A Brutally Honest Confessional That Hammers The Point Home That Fame Isn't All It's Cracked Up To Be. He's Working Through A Lot -- Lamenting Bad Decisions, Relationship Woes, And Struggles With Drinking -- But, As Usual, He Delivers This Less-Than-Chipper Material With Deceptively Catchy Hooks And Engrossing Production. "Emo Rap" Is Too Reductive A Tag For His Melodic Skill And Ability To Craft An Earworm, But Toothache Does Lean Hard Into That Moody, Self-Pitying, And Dour Territory, A Tortured And Vulnerable Point Of View That Is Put On Full Display In Opener "Reputation." With His Signature Quavering Trill, He Cries, "I'm The Same Damn Fool.... I Know I F*cked Up And I Can't Make It Right." No Matter How Many Platinum Plaques And Chart-Topping Hits, Post Is Still Human, Flaws And All. That Sentiment Carries Throughout The Set To Various Extremes, But The Variation Comes Mainly With His Production Choices, Which Shift From Straight-Ahead Rap To Mainstream Pop And Surprising Guitar-backed Dramatics. "Cooped Up" With Roddy Ricch And "I Cannot Be (A Sadder Song)" With Gunna Will Sate The Old-school Fans With Thick, Slapping Beats And Slick Verses, While The Haunted "Insane" Is A Hard-hitting Burst Of Self-Loathing And Casual Misogyny, With Irresistibly Hazy Atmospherics Reminiscent Of Travis Scott. Meanwhile, "Euthanasia" Rides A Sparse Heart-monitor Blip-Beat, Building Tension Without Ever Providing A Sweet Release (A Voice-Memo Demo Of The Track, "New Recording 12, Jan 3, 2020," Closes The Album). On The Poppier, Radio-friendly End Of The Spectrum, Post Flexes His Hitmaking Muscles With The Breezy, Pop-Punk-Lite Of "When I'm Alone"; The Neon Funhouse Duet With Doja Cat "I Like You (A Happier Song)"; The Kid Laroi-Featuring "Wasting Angels"; And The "Circles"-redux Hit-In-Waiting "Wrapped Around Your Finger." Of Course, "One Right Now" With The Weeknd -- Already A Top Ten, Platinum-Certified Hit At The Time Of The Album's Release -- Is Also Included. Beyond The Mainstream-Ready Highlights And Mournful Rap, Toothache's Most Interesting Moments Continue To Tease Post's Potential Shift To More Guitar-Based Alternative, As Heard On The Downcast "Lemon Tree," A Pensive Acoustic Number That Drops Country Twang Amidst Sour Lines Like "Life Is Pretty Sweet I'm Told," And The Standout Track "Love/hate Letter To Alcohol" Featuring Robin Pecknold Of Fleet Foxes. Through An Eerie Curtain Of Layered Vocals And Cinematic Production, Post Shares Unflinching Details Of His Inebriated Setbacks And His Complicated Relationship With His Vices. Teeth And Booze On The Floor, It's An Exciting Hint At What Could Be If He Committed To This Style For A Future Album. While The Rap-Preferring Fans Will Still Gravitate To His First Two Efforts, Listeners With An Appreciative Ear For His Genre-Sampling Maturation Into The Mainstream Will Find Twelve Carat Toothache To Be A Fascinating Emotional Exploration Of A Conflicted Artist Who Can't Help But Churn Out Star-making Hits At The Expense Of His Own Happiness." AMG - Neil Z. Yeung. more

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