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[[WMG: Flatlander is a robot build by Zach and Ride]]

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[[WMG: Flatlander Andy Morin is a robot build by Zach and Ride]]


* [[StartOfDarkness Exmilitary]] depicts the veterans frustrations as he becomes a pariah through his debauchery. The Money Store observes his downward spiral while using a bleak, technology-obsessed society as a background. No Love sees the veteran's psychosis worsen, as he becomes intensely paranoid and violent. Government Plates has the veteran facing the consequences of his actions, going through jail, drug withdrawal and catatonia intermittently. In the Powers That B, the veteran teeters between redeeming himself and a further descent into madness and eventually death.

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* [[StartOfDarkness Exmilitary]] depicts the veterans frustrations as he becomes a pariah through his debauchery. The Money Store observes his downward spiral while using a bleak, technology-obsessed society as a background. No Love sees the veteran's psychosis worsen, as he becomes intensely paranoid and violent. Government Plates has the veteran facing the consequences of his actions, going through jail, drug withdrawal and catatonia intermittently. In the Powers That B, the veteran teeters between redeeming himself and a further descent into madness and eventually death.death.

[[WMG: Flatlander is a robot build by Zach and Ride]]
*They programmed him to sample things flawlessly and play the synthesizer with incredible skill


* Government Plates is Ride trying to get over his flaws, as the sparse lyrics show his incoming catatonia.

[[WMG: The albums tell a conceptual story about an ex-military veteran who is haunted by his past and gradually goes insane, turning to an increasingly violent hedonistic lifestyle.]]
* As has been hypothesized elsewhere, ''Government Plates'' represents the character being overpowered by his lifestyle and going into a coma.

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* Government Plates is Ride trying succumbing to get over his flaws, the pitfalls of the way he lives, as the sparse lyrics show his incoming catatonia.

[[WMG: The albums tell discography of Death Grips tells a conceptual story about an ex-military veteran who is haunted by his past and gradually goes insane, succumbs to drugs and insanity, turning to an increasingly violent hedonistic lifestyle.]]
* As [[StartOfDarkness Exmilitary]] depicts the veterans frustrations as he becomes a pariah through his debauchery. The Money Store observes his downward spiral while using a bleak, technology-obsessed society as a background. No Love sees the veteran's psychosis worsen, as he becomes intensely paranoid and violent. Government Plates has been hypothesized elsewhere, ''Government Plates'' represents the character being overpowered by veteran facing the consequences of his lifestyle and actions, going through jail, drug withdrawal and catatonia intermittently. In the Powers That B, the veteran teeters between redeeming himself and a further descent into a coma.madness and eventually death.


* Government Plates is Ride trying to get over his flaws, as the sparse lyrics show his incoming catatonia.

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* Government Plates is Ride trying to get over his flaws, as the sparse lyrics show his incoming catatonia.catatonia.

[[WMG: The albums tell a conceptual story about an ex-military veteran who is haunted by his past and gradually goes insane, turning to an increasingly violent hedonistic lifestyle.]]
* As has been hypothesized elsewhere, ''Government Plates'' represents the character being overpowered by his lifestyle and going into a coma.


* Well in an interview Ride and Zach Hill had with Pitchfork, they say that MC Ride is not a character, but rather more an extension of Stefan Burnett, who is Ride's real name.

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* Well in an interview Ride and Zach Hill had with Pitchfork, they say that MC Ride is not a character, but rather more an extension of Stefan Burnett, who is Ride's real name.name.
** So ADarkerMe or ShadowArchetype
* Government Plates is Ride trying to get over his flaws, as the sparse lyrics show his incoming catatonia.


The content of each album covers a different aspect of MC Ride. ''Exmilitary'' represents anger, ''No Love, Deep Web'' paranoia, and ''The Money Store'' is about his actual exploits, or possibly greed/hedonism.

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The content of each album covers a different aspect of MC Ride. ''Exmilitary'' represents anger, ''No Love, Deep Web'' paranoia, and ''The Money Store'' is about his actual exploits, or possibly greed/hedonism.greed/hedonism.
*Well in an interview Ride and Zach Hill had with Pitchfork, they say that MC Ride is not a character, but rather more an extension of Stefan Burnett, who is Ride's real name.


The over-all theme of each album covers a different aspect of MC Ride. ''Exmilitary'' represents anger, ''No Love, Deep Web'' paranoia, and ''The Money Store'' is about His actual exploits, or possibly greed/hedonism.

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The over-all theme content of each album covers a different aspect of MC Ride. ''Exmilitary'' represents anger, ''No Love, Deep Web'' paranoia, and ''The Money Store'' is about His his actual exploits, or possibly greed/hedonism.


The over-all theme of each album covers a different aspect of MC Ride. ''Exmilitary'' represents anger, ''No Love, Deep Web'' paranoia, and ''The Money Store'' is about His actual exploits, possibly greed/hedonism.

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The over-all theme of each album covers a different aspect of MC Ride. ''Exmilitary'' represents anger, ''No Love, Deep Web'' paranoia, and ''The Money Store'' is about His actual exploits, or possibly greed/hedonism.


[[WMG: Every album is about a different aspect of the "MC Ride" character]]

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[[WMG: Every Each album is about a different aspect of the "MC Ride" character]]

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[[WMG: Every album is about a different aspect of the "MC Ride" character]]
The over-all theme of each album covers a different aspect of MC Ride. ''Exmilitary'' represents anger, ''No Love, Deep Web'' paranoia, and ''The Money Store'' is about His actual exploits, possibly greed/hedonism.

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