Streets of Gold While 3OH!3's leering, nasal party rap felt merely ugly on their 2008 breakout Want — like Gilbert Gottfried if he discovered misogyny and Smirnoff Ice… Streets of Gold While 3OH!3's leering, nasal party rap felt merely ugly on their 2008 breakout Want — like Gilbert Gottfried if he discovered misogyny and Smirnoff Ice… 2010-06-29 3OH!3 Pop
Music Review

Streets of Gold (2010)

3OH!3 | THEY CAN DO ANYTHING 3OH!3
THEY CAN DO ANYTHING 3OH!3
EW's GRADE
C+

Details Release Date: Jun 29, 2010; Lead Performance: 3OH!3; Genre: Pop

While 3OH!3's leering, nasal party rap felt merely ugly on their 2008 breakout Want — like Gilbert Gottfried if he discovered 
 misogyny and Smirnoff Ice — the Colorado duo's latest finds them in a slightly kinder place. 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 (''I'm Not the One''). C+

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Originally posted Jun 22, 2010 Published in issue #1109 Jul 02, 2010 Order article reprints
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