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Rolling Stone (p.78) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] typically complex album from two members of De La Soul....it's BEHIND THE MUSIC, but funnier."Q (Magazine) (p.95) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Goofball alter egos, wry wordplay and pop melodies recall 3 FEET HIGH & RISING."Mojo (Publisher) (p.88) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "All involved breezily skip the concept curse by virtue of creations bursting with real joie de vivre....FIRST SERVE is unstoppably ace."18.07163

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Rolling Stone (6/12/03, p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Are De La Soul the greatest rap group ever to grace the mike? The Long Island trio's first anthology certainly makes the case..."0.6554553

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Rolling Stone (12/23/93, p.156) - "...By no means have De La Soul lost the dada carnival spirit that spotlighted them in the late '80's but [they] are decidedly less gigglesome..."Spin (11/93, p.127) - Highly Recommended - "...Like sweet flavors, De La Soul grants feelings of inclusion....If you didn't get [BUHLOONE MIND STATE], you can act like you know and [De La Soul] wouldn't care--you could be in anyway..."Entertainment Weekly (10/8/93, p.52) - "...on BUHLOONE MINDSTATE, we find a more firmly rooted De La Soul....its beats are simple, but the tracks are alive with intricate layering and small touches that make them undeniably catchy...A funky smooth ride..." - Rating: A+Vibe (11/93, p.104) - "...BUHLOONE MINDSTATE signals [De La Soul's] maturation as hip hop artists minus the pop hype and hysteria surrounding [3 FEET HIGH AND RISING]...a rap classic..."Musician (1/94, p.92) - "...BUHLOONE MINDSTATE is [De La Soul's] most focused, consistent album to date...a welcome return to form..."Village Voice (3/1/94, p.5) - Ranked #8 in the Village Voice's 1993 Pazz & Jop Critics Poll.NME (Magazine) (9/25/93, p.37) - (8) - Excellent - "...Whatever the BUHLOONE MIND STATE it's at least balanced...it's funkier, jazzier, and more irascible follow up proper..."0.573404

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Entertainment Weekly (p.82) - "Surprisingly, it's the lesser-knowns who provide many of the best moments..." -- Grade: BThe Wire (p.64) - "LA Symphony's 'Broken Now' is one of the better cuts here, a bit of wheezy humility over Paul's Cornershop-like beat."Mojo (Publisher) (p.98) - 3 stars out of 5 - "Previously unheard De La Soul and Stetsasonic material is the lure..."0.4681823

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Spin (8/96, pp.98-100) - Reasonably Good - "...Recording for the first time without Prince Paul....De La Soul have settled for a series of serviceable, mid-tempo grooves. There's a not-unpleasing nimbleness about STAKES, but toying with a groove, not merely establishing it, has always been the appeal of a De La record..."Entertainment Weekly (7/12/96, p.58) - "...Musically, they've traded in their gorgeously weird jazz-based soundscapes for sparser, straight-ahead beats....Still, De La Soul prove they can snap on new-jack poseurs as effectively as they did on the old ones..." - Rating: BUncut (6/03, p.133) - "...It was on 1996's STAKES IS HIGH that they found their true mature voice..."The Source (7/96, p.87) - 4 Mics - Slammin' - "...Unlike trend chameleons whose personalities flow to the ebbs of ringing cash registers, da Soul spits into the winds of the reigning orthodoxy, targeting gangsta poseurs and microwave Mafioso..."Rap Pages (7/96, p.29) - 8 (out of 10) - "...With each album...De La Soul invariably shoulder the burden placed on them by fans to once again save Hip-Hop from the throes of commercialism....De La Soul's mission this time is to serve as a counterpoint to the `players' who have simply dominated Hip-Hop over the last few years with images and slogans centering on violence..."New York Times (Publisher) (7/28/96, Sec.2, p.30) - "...[STAKES IS HIGH] sounds deceptively relaxed and bouyant as De La Soul pulls off some complex maneuvers simultaneously....De La Soul has found its balance again. Its vamps are calm but determined, dipping into jazz and old soul. And the raps...are more straightforward..."NME (Magazine) (6/29/96, p.53) - 6 (out of 10) - "...no, they're NOT going to be hippy-rap clowns any more for anyone....at least they'll get respect from the hip-hop community by making another no-frills, monochrome rap record that is, well, alright..."0.4587232

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Dirty Linen (Apr/May 93, p.94) - "...Deliberately cheesy hip hop beats alternate with slightly grungy metallic shards in one of the more bizarre spoken word performances ever recorded...it's a bit like De La Soul meets William Burroughs at his heroin-addicted worst, or best..."Option (Sept.-Oct./92, p.91) - "...radical, neo-Beat poetry over a myriad of compositions by Steve Fisk...Bernstein sounds angry and funny and a little crazy...sounds like fabulous TV or a really good comic book..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.128) - "[A] freakish anomaly that owes debts to the word-jazz experiments of Ken Nordine and the bombastic productions of Public Enemy instigators the Bomb Squad."Mojo (Publisher) (p.50) - Ranked #32 in Mojo's "The 50 Most Out There Albums Of All Time" - "A record of hair-raising vitriol and heartbreaking sadness."0.3277276

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Spin (p.64) - Ranked #4 in Spin's "40 Best Albums Of 2005" - "[A] vivid, spastic concept album about the last primates to survive the apocalypse."Spin (p.105) - "Albarn still has great taste in other people's music. His new accomplice, copyright pirate Danger Mouse, fills in suggestively dubby spaces with choirs, staggering synths, and MCs ranging from De La Soul to Roots Manuva to MF Doom." - Grade: BEntertainment Weekly (No. 821/822, p.136) - "[This] follow-up is spookier, blippier, and more on edge..." - Grade: BUncut (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Dazzlingly clever - great beats, brilliant production, top tunes and some of Albarn's best singing..."CMJ (No. 914, p.4) - "...an immensely absorbable experience with plenty of rhymes and funked-out marching beats to bite into..."Vibe (p.143) - "[A]s original - and just as much fun - as the first."Mojo (Publisher) (p.18) - Ranked #18 in Mojo's "The 50 Best Albums Of 2005" - "[A] genre-busting, contemporary pop milestone."Paste (magazine) - "With Gorillaz enlisting the underground-infamous Danger Mouse as producer this time, the sound is more psychedeli-danceable than ever."0.2809094

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Spin (p.64) - Ranked #4 in Spin's "40 Best Albums Of 2005" - "[A] vivid, spastic concept album about the last primates to survive the apocalypse."Spin (p.105) - "Albarn still has great taste in other people's music. His new accomplice, copyright pirate Danger Mouse, fills in suggestively dubby spaces with choirs, staggering synths, and MCs ranging from De La Soul to Roots Manuva to MF Doom." - Grade: BEntertainment Weekly (No. 821/822, p.136) - "[This] follow-up is spookier, blippier, and more on edge..." - Grade: BUncut (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Dazzlingly clever - great beats, brilliant production, top tunes and some of Albarn's best singing..."CMJ (No. 914, p.4) - "...an immensely absorbable experience with plenty of rhymes and funked-out marching beats to bite into..."Vibe (p.143) - "[A]s original - and just as much fun - as the first."Mojo (Publisher) (p.18) - Ranked #18 in Mojo's "The 50 Best Albums Of 2005" - "[A] genre-busting, contemporary pop milestone."Paste (magazine) - "With Gorillaz enlisting the underground-infamous Danger Mouse as producer this time, the sound is more psychedeli-danceable than ever."0.2809094

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Spin (p.64) - Ranked #4 in Spin's "40 Best Albums Of 2005" - "[A] vivid, spastic concept album about the last primates to survive the apocalypse."Spin (p.105) - "Albarn still has great taste in other people's music. His new accomplice, copyright pirate Danger Mouse, fills in suggestively dubby spaces with choirs, staggering synths, and MCs ranging from De La Soul to Roots Manuva to MF Doom." - Grade: BEntertainment Weekly (No. 821/822, p.136) - "[This] follow-up is spookier, blippier, and more on edge..." - Grade: BUncut (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Dazzlingly clever - great beats, brilliant production, top tunes and some of Albarn's best singing..."CMJ (No. 914, p.4) - "...an immensely absorbable experience with plenty of rhymes and funked-out marching beats to bite into..."Vibe (p.143) - "[A]s original - and just as much fun - as the first."Mojo (Publisher) (p.18) - Ranked #18 in Mojo's "The 50 Best Albums Of 2005" - "[A] genre-busting, contemporary pop milestone."Paste (magazine) - "With Gorillaz enlisting the underground-infamous Danger Mouse as producer this time, the sound is more psychedeli-danceable than ever."0.2809094

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Rolling Stone (6/22/00, p.133) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...Breathes new life into old-school hip-hop....taking ill beats mined from the deepest of crates and tweaking them into dirty-funk masterpieces....uncompromisingly intense and hard to resist."Entertainment Weekly (6/23/00, p.102) - "...There is much to love. The 4 MCs are playful and progressive, and the virtuoso DJs quilt vintage funk with surgical scratching and deep-crate sampling..." - Rating: BQ (8/00, p.99) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Pleasant fiction....fashioning sparky new shapes from hip hop's basic ingredients..."Uncut (8/00, p.94) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Draws on De La Soul's back-to-basics beat deconstructions and lateral-thinking word association in artfully dishevelled rambles....Breezy, blunt-smokiing, bohemian hip hop par excellence..."The Wire (6/00, p.49) - "...The record is nice. Upend that frown, spin it on its head and pass the double dutchie on the left-hand side."Mixmag (7/00, p.166) - 4 out of 5 - "...Simple, hands-up, dope beats...and pointed, witty lyricism...that never fails to hit the spot....an album that's sure to appeal to hip hop heads and part-timers alike. Top."CMJ (6/19/00, p.3) - "...A supremely produced modern variation on old school hip-hop...brilliantly balancing the retro purity rooted in post-gangsta rap of the Native Tongues with new school innovation..."The Source (7/00, pp.209-10) - 3.5 mics out of 5 - "...An artful collage of old-school-sounding snare hits, horns, guitar licks and scratches....[it's] an album of rhythms and flows that move with remarkable cohesiveness....an ill album in completely original fashion..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/00, p.98) - "...This is a truly freeflowing masterpiece....the beast are old-skool, party hardy, uptempo horn-stabbing '70s funk variety....Perhaps the time is right for new, ego-free hip hop..."NME (Magazine) (7/1/00, p.45) - 6 out of 10 - "...Fluid interplay and...evolving musicality..."0.1872729

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Rolling Stone (p.86) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The Beasties stir-fry all kinds of beats in their wok, from old-school hip-hop and head-checking punk to bossa nova and reggae..."Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.66) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (8/6/98) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...the collaboration that Black Flag and De La Soul might have made, mixing jaunty samples and esoteric beats with punk-guitar crunch....Hip-hop hasn't unleashed anything this fantastically dense since the heyday of De La and Public Enemy..."Spin (1/99, p.91) - Ranked #10 on Spin's list of "Top 20 Albums of '98."Spin (8/98, pp.135-136) - 7 (out of 10) - "...HELLO NASTY...is filled with so much money-makin' and disco-breakin' on and on till the breakadawn, you'd think we'd taken the way-back machine into the early Kangol era. Yet such recapping doesn't sound even faintly kitschy. More like a labor of love by three premillennial mensches laying their roots down: a B-boy Anthology of New York Folk Music..."Entertainment Weekly (7/17/98, pp.81-82) - "...a sonic smorgasbord in which the Beasties gorge themselves with reckless abandon...The melange makes for a looser, more free-spirited record than their earlier albums; the music invites you in, rather than threatening to shut you out..." - Rating: B+Mixmag (1/99, p.49) - Included in Mixmag's "Ten Best Albums of 98" - "...electro-tinged beats and whiney rapping..."CMJ (1/6/03, p.18) - Included in CMJ's list of "Top 25 College Radio Albums of All Time"CMJ (1/11/99, p.5) - "...The chart-topping album finds the Beasties re-enhancing the three-way rhyme antics of their LICENSED TO ILL days using soulsonic electro-funk, cheeky bossa nova, Rachmaninoff loops and some death defying turntable moves..."The Source (9/98, p.256) - "...What underlies the Beastie sound, and ultimately their widespread appeal, is their obvious appreciation of other music....Mike's scratches add another layer to the album's mighty production..."Rap Pages (11/98, p.130) - 4 (out of 5) - "...HELLO NASTY continues their musical reign...Lyrically, they deliver their made-for-concert verses in perfect unison..."Q (Magazine) (p.134) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Recorded back in New York and acknowledging that the most powerful tracks on ILL COMMUNICATION were the ones where they stepped up to the mic, it marked a partial return to basics..."0.1872729

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Rolling Stone (12/23/93, p.156) - "...Goofball motormouths, Pharcyde hail from L.A., but they're nobody's gangstas....they ride merrily roughshod over East and West dogma, creating their own fusion of punchy rhythm and loopy rhyme..."Spin (1/93, p.65) - Recommended - "...the Pharcyde are refreshingly not gangsta or pop, and they've got more skills than Young MC or Tone-Loc ever dreamed about....the Pharcyde boasts an encyclodpedic rhyme-style and a trunk full of beats....one of the most musically vivid hip hop records of the year..."Entertainment Weekly (12/4/92, p.65) - "...a freewheeling hip-hop cabaret, where a multitude of voices spin absurd images and sing amusingly off-key..." - Rating: BQ (10/93, p.107) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...The Pharcyde blend daffy De La Soul-ish invention with the teen-friendly humor of the Fresh Prince....the raps carry the most appeal..."The Source (2/93, p.57) - 3.5 Stars - Very Good - "...The Pharcyde combine the sing-songy vocal tones of those down-to-earthlings who reminisced about Tennessee with an intense enthusiasm and energy akin to the Leaders Of The New School....packed with soulful pianos and organs....enjoy the bizarre ride..."Melody Maker (8/14/93, p.31) - "...Tall tales, obscene stories, satirical reveries and stoned speculation....The Pharcyde work in terms of controlled frenzy....Brilliant...."NME (Magazine) (9/11/93, p.39) - 7 - Very Good - "...The Pharcyde use jazz samples and phat beats to the ultimate effect: to create their own sonic Utopia..."NME (Magazine) (12/25/93, p.67) - Ranked #39 in New Musical Express' list of `The Top 50 LPs Of 1993' - "...a cartoon-strip of blunt-smoking antics, sexual innuendo and unashamed political incorrectness, crammed with infectious funky beats...."0.1872729

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Rolling Stone (11/12/98, pp.114-115) - "...Cook proves what all pop pros know: that obvious is harder than subtle....Cooks makes the hooks as blatant as a dance-world denizen can..."Rolling Stone (11/12/99, pp.114-115) - "...Cook proves what all pop pros know: that obvious is harder than subtle....Cook makes the hooks as blatant as a dance-world denizen can..."Spin (9/99, p.154) - Ranked #68 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Spin (1/99, p.91) - Ranked #18 on Spin's list of "Top 20 Albums of '98."Spin (12/98, pp.175-176) - 8 (out of 10) - "...the thrill-intensive Fatboy Slim approach favors monstrous, often incongruous breaks, bass lines, and riffs, aggressively diced and looped in service of wacky, cut-and-paste juxtapositions....few dance producers working today are as keenly attuned to the pleasure principle as Norman Cook..."Spin (1/99, p.91) - Ranked #18 on Spin's list of "Top 20 Albums of '98."Spin (12/98, pp.175-176) - 8 (out of 10) - "...the thrill-intensive Fatboy Slim approach favors monstrous, often incongruous breaks, bass lines, and riffs, aggressively diced and looped in service of wacky, cut-and-paste juxtapositions....few dance producers working today are as keenly attuned to the pleasure principle as Norman Cook..."Entertainment Weekly (10/23/98, p.78) - "...Other than the way it deftly blends obscure records, there's nothing subtle about Fatboy Slim. BABY is clever, hectic, relentless--and very of its time. It's music desperate to be noticed above the din of TV, movies, the Net, and the zillions of other records out there..." - Rating: B+Entertainment Weekly (10/23/98, p.78) - "...Other than the way it deftly blends obscure records, there's nothing subtle about Fatboy Slim. BABY is clever, hectic, relentless--and very of its time. It's music desperate to be noticed above the din of TV, movies, the Net, and the zillions of other records out there..." - Rating: B+Q (12/99, p.100) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."Q (6/00, p.62) - Ranked #81 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums"Q (12/98, p.116) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...big beat's boy wonder is aiming to make the honeymoon last as long and remains as much fun as possible....bolshy, stomping, squelching stuff that you either shuffle your feet to, wave your arms in the air with or simply pogo up and down on the spot to..."Q (12/99, p.100) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."Q (6/00, p.62) - Ranked #81 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums"Alternative Press (5/00, p.120) - Included in AP's "10 Essential Dance Albums That Rock" - "...Norman Cook's Big Beat masterpiece is dancefloor crossover material at its finest."Alternative Press (5/00, p.120) - Included in AP's "10 Essential Dance Albums That Rock" - "...Norman Cook's Big Beat masterpiece is dancefloor crossover material at its finest."Mixmag (1/99, p.49) - Included in Mixmag's "Ten Best Albums of 98" - "...Fatboy turns his 303s up to 11 with a second album that rocks from start to finish."Mixmag (1/99, p.49) - Included in Mixmag's "Ten Best Albums of 98" - "...Fatboy turns his 303s up to 11 with a second album that rocks from start to finish."CMJ (1/11/99, pp.4-5) - "...a lager-soaked romp through big beats, gritty grooves and silly samples..."Vibe (12/98, 1/99, p.195) - "...Taken together, the songs sum up that Fatboy appeal: a match of brawny rhythms and clever samples that recall milestones like De La Soul's 3 FEET HIGH AND RISING....He's the kind of selector who gets off on ill juxtaposition as much as on grooves..."0.1404547

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Spin (6/98, p.129) - 7 (out of 10) - "...an unhesistatingly rhythmic update of incident-crammed '60s instrumental pop, working from a fond retroisim that ranges from James Bond films to the daft history of suit-and-tie radio voices....Utterly snappy and effortlessly inclusive, it zooms past crankier, knottier sources and antecedents...erasing the memory of less slick stuff..."Entertainment Weekly (4/3/98, pp.91-92) - "...as with DJ-propelled records, some of DECKSANDRUMSANDROCKANDROLL is best heard in a club. But for guys who took for their name the derogatory slang for computer geeks, the Propellerheads don't need to get out more. They've created an entertaining world all their own." - Rating: A-Alternative Press (5/00, p.120) - Included in AP's "10 Essential Dance Albums That Rock" - "...[They] took the Big Beat sound and turned it on its cliched ear, expanding the formula to include lush James Bond-type atmosphere...and real hip-hop artists...among other innovations..."Vibe (5/98, p.138) - "...This disc, a relentless crush of soul, hip hop, and techno influences, is shaping up as one of the year's most coveted dance-floor releases..."Melody Maker (1/17/98, p.36) - "Propellerheads cut through...like a silver sabre, bringing a style and imagination to the party that makes the superbly named DECKSANDRUMDANDROCKANDROLL a pure pleasure."0.1268894

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Rolling Stone (10/12/00, p.90) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...A more organic-feeling representation of their considerable skills and vision. Uncluttered but muscular production, deft samples and smart rhymes ensure repeated listenings..."Q (11/00, p.101) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Right-on rapping....their Hispanic-flavored style constantly edges between sounding cool and simply withdrawn..."Mixmag (9/00, p.169) - 3 out of 5 - "...Original, funked-up music....BRIDGING THE GAPS is another little gem..."The Source (12/00, pp.240-2) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...BEP fine-tune their aesthetic. They integrate coffee-shop soul with disco-ball grooves, using spacey electronics and soft analog samples to interlace their aural space. the sound is familair and still refreshingly original..."0.1268894

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3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]ts mix of elements makes it a notable statement on the band and their creative process. Inimitable in form and content, it has something for everyone: a robust mix of experimental artistry, unbridled passion and intense conflict."Box Office "An exploration of the history of a New York hip-hop collective, the documentary BEATS, RHYMES & LIFE: THE TRAVELS OF A TRIBE CALLED QUEST captures a sense of the shared bonds and joys of music-making..."Los Angeles Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "[A] compelling look at the group's inner workings..."Washington Post0.1110283

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3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]ts mix of elements makes it a notable statement on the band and their creative process. Inimitable in form and content, it has something for everyone: a robust mix of experimental artistry, unbridled passion and intense conflict."Box Office "An exploration of the history of a New York hip-hop collective, the documentary BEATS, RHYMES & LIFE: THE TRAVELS OF A TRIBE CALLED QUEST captures a sense of the shared bonds and joys of music-making..."Los Angeles Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "[A] compelling look at the group's inner workings..."Washington Post0.1110283

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Rolling Stone (10/26/00, p.112) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...This is the rare socially aware hip-hop record that can get fists pumping in a rowdy nightclub..."Entertainment Weekly (10/20/00, p.78) - "...Squeezing the history of R&B-with-a-conscience into 70 minutes....the dedication is undeniable..." - Rating: B-Q (1/01, p.111) - 3 out of 5 stars - "...He's forged an album that's up to its guest stars: cerebral but sparky..."Muzik (11/00, p.87) - 3 out of 5 - "...He remains an intelligent MC with a great turn of phrase..."CMJ (10/16/00, p.7) - "...An auspicious and ambitious hip-hop tour de force for the year 2000."Vibe (12/00, p.206) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Wholesome, heartfelt rap....oscillating between the sublime neo-soul sounds popularized by Jay Dee and his Soulquarian brethren and faster, more dynamic neck snappers..."The Source (12/00, pp.254-6) - 4 mics out of 5 - "...Talib defines himself as an artist in his own right....He has an invaluable gift: a rapid-fire flow that's extremely audible and easy to follow....Hi-tek provides the dramatic musical backdrop..."0.1110283

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Rolling Stone (5/29/03, p.60) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...As Dave Chappelle, Erick Sermon and others serve up cheap laughs and good rhymes, Paul updates his signature sound for the new millennium..."Uncut (6/03, p.111) - 5 stars out of 5 - "...It all works....The unknown collaborators are great....Even the skits are funny. All that is good in hip hop is here..."The Wire (6/03, p.69) - "...Years of adversity and disillusionment with the biz haven't extinguished Prince Paul's sense of mischief or his creative itch..."The Source (6/03, p.140) - "...While it's some of his most accessible work, it's also his downright funkiest to date....Paul's collection spews vitriol for the industry atop beats anyone would be silly not to embrace..."0.09516708

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Entertainment Weekly (6/27-7/4/97, pp.119-120) - "...a close encounter of the boudoir kind. R&B and hip-hop young guns--Ginuwine, the Roots, D'Angelo, 3T--offer up easy-rolling pillow talk that's as comfy as a down-filled couch..." - Rating: B0.09516708

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Rolling Stone (6/8/00, pp.124-6) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Bouncy and intelligent....A diverse battalion of lyrical heavyweights works all the angles....reminding us why Tony is a street legend - he gives people what they want."CMJ (5/1/00, p.30) - "...Inundated with jaw-dropping cameos and collaborations from some of the hottest names in hip-hop..."Vibe (5/00, p.178) - "...'Tony Toca' flexes his skills on the 1's and 2's as well as on the production board and the mike....the big guns...show up ready to party - dropping punchline-filled knockout verses over Tony's mercilessly pounding melodies..."The Source (6/00, pp.216-18) - 4 mics out of 5 - "...Touch does the mic justice....with Touch applying his trademark sound, you'll have a difficult time finding any major leaks. This opus sounds like the best of [his] mixtapes - and is long overdue."Rap Pages (7/00, p.55) - "...Flows like liquid with strong contributions from Total's Pam and Keisha, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap, KRS-One, Cypress Hill, The Likwit Crew and Eminem..."0.0793059

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Rolling Stone (6/11/98, p.118) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...a double album spawned from the seven-year-old New York-based traveling venue at which unsigned artists express themselves....there's plenty of great unsigned talent here..."Vibe (5/98, p.140) - "...this compilation includes joints from both little-known heads and major-label artists....sharp metaphors and pinpoint punch lines..."The Source (6/98, p.165) - 3.5 Mics (out of 5) - "...VOL. 1 does such a good job in recreating the experience of being at the Lounge....LOUNGE moves quickly, delivering a suprising number of gems and almost no duds..."0.0793059

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4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he sound is amazingly clear, as if Gorillaz have dropped by your house for an impromptu, if lavish, guerilla gig."Mojo 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[A] spectacular show that delivers bold visuals and a cast of cameos that includes Ike Turner."Rolling Stone0.0793059

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