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Rolling Stone (12/29/94-1/12/95, pp.178-80) - "...He's...capable...of something resembling a love song....But it is with its heaviest numbers...that TICAL delivers the primo goods."Entertainment Weekly (12/9/94, p.76) - "...one or rap's most formidable players....[Method Man's] gripping rhymes creep out of the darkness and take listeners hostage..." - Rating: BQ (7/01, p.88) - Included in Q's "50 Heaviest Albums of All Time".Q (2/96, p.65) - Included in Q's 50 Best Albums of 1995 - "...every second [is] worth paying attention to..."The Wire (10/01, p.46) - "...Compact but fried....There's a reason Meth is the closest The Wu have to a star..."Vibe (11/94, pp.125-126) - "...Method is the man who would be king....Method takes the listener on a brilliant journey through the broken boulevards of existence..."The Source (1/95, p.85) - 4 Mics - Slammin' - "...His hoarse voice and sense of what's metaphorically fly have seen him take over as hip-hop's urban paramilitary....He shows a fragmented hip-hop nation what this music is really about..."Melody Maker (5/23/00, p.56) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...[Meth] comes correct with [this] beamed-down-from-Planet-Mars [stuff] making music that's way darker and more disorienting than was previously thought possible. 'Bring The Pain' is 'still' the bomb."NME (Magazine) (12/23-30/95, pp.22-23) - Ranked #40 in NME's `Top 50 Albums Of The Year' for 1995.NME (Magazine) (1/28/95, p.47) - 8 - Excellent - "...The East Coast hip-hop renaissance continues apace...supremely laid-back, mooching along at a bass-weighted amble whether it's framing the monogamous lover's lament of `All I Need'...or the `I Will Survive' hook of `Release Yo Self'..."0.2632762

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Rolling Stone (8/6/98, p.71) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...the album features such MCs as Chuck D and Method Man navigating a new land of beats and bleeps....a rough draft of a treaty that's still being hammered out."Spin (8/98, p.142) - 7 (out of 10) - "....What sets AMP 2 apart from...high-profile TV-advertised attempts at selling underground culture ...is that the unrefined jams suit the macho marketing just fine. After all, a rapper is, in essence, hype, and these simple-(if-not-criminal)-minded jammies are crazy with the Cheese Whiz..."Entertainment Weekly (6/19/98, pp.74-75) - "...another fine state-of-the-genre compilation from MTV's late-night jam session....An ear-opening, gluteus-tweaking mixed bag." - Rating: A-Vibe (9/98, p.298) - "...this brilliant, energetic compilation is all about hearing hip hop architects step into the future through a series of genre-defying collaborations..."0.2168683

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The Wire (p.64) - "SHAOLIN is a pleasingly unpredictable record: rock enthusiast Jim Jones and Rick Ross rank among its more rousing non-Wu guests..."0.1798912

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Entertainment Weekly (Spring 2000, p.166) - Ranked #9 in EW's "Top 10 albums of the '90s"Q (8/99, p.134) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "...a supremely populist selection...keeping the molten hit count high. If the consistency of these prime-time cuts was sustained, this would probably be the best rap compilation ever rather than merely one of the best..."Muzik (8/99, p.79) - 5 stars (out of 5) - "...singular brilliance....GREATEST HITS is as effective an insight into [RZA's] unique Staten Island mayhem as the title suggests."Rap Pages (9/99, p.182) - "...the perfect reference manual for [RZA's] importance to rap music....a must-listen for anyone who has ever uttered the word 'Hip-Hop'." - Rating: A0.1678635

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Q (Magazine) (p.118) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "When he really hit his stride, as on the sultry 'Brown Sugar' or 'Untitled (How Does It Feel), he was a soul master worthy of any era."0.1541924

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The Wire (p.64) - "SHAOLIN is a pleasingly unpredictable record: rock enthusiast Jim Jones and Rick Ross rank among its more rousing non-Wu guests..."0.1541924

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Rolling Stone (1/4/01, p.106) - Ranked #5 in Rolling Stone's Top 10 Albums of 2000.Rolling Stone (2/3/00, pp.55-6) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...does for R&B what underground heads like Mos Def and The Roots do for hip-hop: They strip it down to just smarts, truth and beats. This is meant to be soul music that moves like smoke easing from a blunt....a superb smoke..."Rolling Stone (1/4/01, p.106) - Ranked #5 in Rolling Stone's Top 10 Albums of 2000.Rolling Stone (2/3/00, pp.55-6) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...does for R&B what underground heads like Mos Def and The Roots do for hip-hop: They strip it down to just smarts, truth and beats. This is meant to be soul music that moves like smoke easing from a blunt....a superb smoke..."Spin (1/01, p.73) - Ranked #4 in Spin's "Top 20 Albums of the Year [2000]" - "...The year's best mood album - a retro future-gaze of 'chicken grease' funk, boho politicking, hip-hop badass and sexual healing..."Spin (1/01, p.73) - Ranked #4 in Spin's "Top 20 Albums of the Year [2000]" - "...The year's best mood album - a retro future-gaze of 'chicken grease' funk, boho politicking, hip-hop badass and sexual healing..."Entertainment Weekly (1/28/00, p.104) - "...an intimate jam session, each song bleeding into another....D'Angelo creates a stoned soul picnic bar none..." - Rating: A-Entertainment Weekly (1/28/00, p.104) - "...an intimate jam session, each song bleeding into another....D'Angelo creates a stoned soul picnic bar none..." - Rating: A-Q (3/00, p.104) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...the kind of smoky grooves that could be expected of a Cheeba Sound release....In short, VOODOO has what so many modern r&b records lack: soul."Q (3/00, p.104) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...the kind of smoky grooves that could be expected of a Cheeba Sound release....In short, VOODOO has what so many modern r&b records lack: soul."The Wire (1/01, p.34) - Included in Wire's "50 Records Of The Year" [2000].The Wire (1/01, p.34) - Included in Wire's "50 Records Of The Year" [2000].Muzik (1/00, p.105) - 5 stars out of 5 - "...confirms D'angelo as the male counterpart to Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill....VOODOO truly warms your heart....the kind of artist who's destined to encourage a new generation of pre-eminent singers..."Muzik (1/00, p.105) - 5 stars out of 5 - "...confirms D'angelo as the male counterpart to Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill....VOODOO truly warms your heart....the kind of artist who's destined to encourage a new generation of pre-eminent singers..."CMJ (1/24/00, p.23) - "...imbued with [his] trademark slippery soul...[boasting] more detailed production and jazzier underpinnings....VOODOO remians a stripped-down affair....[as] D'Angelo remains in a class by himself."CMJ (1/24/00, p.23) - "...imbued with [his] trademark slippery soul...[boasting] more detailed production and jazzier underpinnings....VOODOO remians a stripped-down affair....[as] D'Angelo remains in a class by himself."Down Beat (8/00, pp.72-3) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Transforms his sound into something strange and new, stripping down to the bare essentials of a beat and vocals....yielding a ritualistic sound..."Down Beat (8/00, pp.72-3) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Transforms his sound into something strange and new, stripping down to the bare essentials of a beat and vocals....yielding a ritualistic sound..."Vibe (12/99, pp.247-8) - "...the most daring song-oriented album by a mainstream R&B artist of his generation....defining himself as much by what his funk refuses to do as what it does to legitimately function in the post-James Brown continuum....refreshing..."Vibe (12/99, pp.247-8) - "...the most daring song-oriented album by a mainstream R&B artist of his generation....defining himself as much by what his funk refuses to do as what it does to legitimately function in the post-James Brown continuum....refreshing..."The Source (4/00, p.216) - "...D'Angelo has grown - lyrically and sonically....VOODOO is seamless - and just as perfectly raw...as a 90-minute jam session in a funky Brooklyn loft..."The Source (4/00, p.216) - "...D'Angelo has grown - lyrically and sonically....VOODOO is seamless - and just as perfectly raw...as a 90-minute jam session in a funky Brooklyn loft..."Melody Maker (2/22/00, p.47) - 4.5 stars out of 5 - "...a f***-that, noon-day sun, molasses-heavy crawl...full of people who can actually sing and play guitars and drums...and all the songs are about sagging....a fantastically and impressively skewed mindset."Melody Maker (2/22/00, p.47) - 4.5 stars out of 5 - "...a f***-that, noon-day sun, molasses-heavy crawl...full of people who can actually sing and play guitars and drums...and all the songs are about sagging....a fantastically and impressively skewed mindset."Mojo (Publisher) (3/00, p.108) - "...THERE"S A RIOT GOIN' ON-period Sly Stone is the motivator on the opening track 'Playa Playa'....Eddie Kendricks' pipes, Prince's balladry, Stevie Wonder's drive and Gaye are all reference points on what, overall, is a darker, moodier record..."Mojo (Publisher) (3/00, p.108) - "...THERE"S A RIOT GOIN' ON-period Sly Stone is the motivator on the opening track 'Playa Playa'....Eddie Kendricks' pipes, Prince's balladry, Stevie Wonder's drive and Gaye are all reference points on what, overall, is a darker, moodier record..."NME (Magazine) (2/14/00, p.42) - 9 out of 10 - "...represents African American music at a crossroads....To simply call [it] neo-classical soul...would be [to] ignore the elements of vaudeville jazz, Memphis horns, ragtime blues, funk and bass grooves, not to mention hip-hop, that slip out of every pore of these haunted songs..."NME (Magazine) (2/14/00, p.42) - 9 out of 10 - "...represents African American music at a crossroads....To simply call [it] neo-classical soul...would be [to] ignore the elements of vaudeville jazz, Memphis horns, ragtime blues, funk and bass grooves, not to mention hip-hop, that slip out of every pore of these haunted songs..."0.1483717

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Mixmag (12/01, p.63) - 3 out of 5 - "...They seem to be searching for new sounds and styles and this explains the multi-personality nature of the album way better than the ubiquitous chronic..."Vibe (1/02, p.125) - 3.5 discs out of 5 - "...Cypress Hill proves that where there's blunt smoke, there's fire. The quartet's hip hop joints haven't been this potent in years..."0.1483717

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Spin (p.120) - "This is a quickie reminder of their greatness..."Entertainment Weekly (p.120) - "The Wu's gritty, lo-fi rhymes sound gloriously anachronistic."0.1468805

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Rolling Stone (7/8-22, pp.143-144) - 3 1/2 Stars (out of 5) - "...at this point, hating them seems a little disingenuous. They're actually (gulp) good."Entertainment Weekly (6/18/99, pp.74-75) - "...It takes it cues from hardcore hip-hop...grunge...the post-80's metal of Metallica, and, to a lesser degree, electronica....But overall, SIGNIFICANT OTHER isn't simply modern rock; it's postmodern rock..." - Rating: BCMJ (6/28/99, p.5) - "...[SIGNIFICANT OTHER] has an intensity that never lets up, surpassing the musical scope of its predecessor with rap-core gems such as "Nookie" and the blunted hip-hop of..."N 2 Gether Now"....The unholy matrimony of metal and rap celebrates another victory...superb..."0.1186974

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Spin (12/98, p.183) - 7 (out of 10) - "...On these slow jams, they're still squatters in the house that Jodeci built, mimicking K-Ci's moans and groans over updated Devante grooves. But Dru make you dance better than Jodeci ever did, lacing fat beats with jazz piano, mafioso strings, and lead singer Sisque's syncopated staccatos..."iThe Source (1/99, p.194) - "...These brothers can sing, no question about it....Requisite remixes will have to be the album's insoles..."0.1186974

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Entertainment Weekly (12/13/96, p.82) - "...Many of the beats are familiar...but Brown's seductive, confident presence almost makes it her own." - Rating: B+Q (2/97, p.94) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...her slinky, streetwise maturity combined with Trackmasters' minimalist production of blaxploitation, '80s soul and gritty atmospherics...makes this...a powerful debut..."Vibe (2/97, p.104) - "...Foxy Brown's focus delicously shifts....[E]very cut on ILL NA NA bangs to the point where even Foxy Brown's mythical obsessions and predictable mafioso drug-smuggling theme go virtually unnoticed."0.1186974

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Rolling Stone (9/18/03, p.70) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...LOVE's greatest strength is the same as its predecessors': Blige simmering vocal intensity and the way it slowly boils over into catharic exultation..."0.1186974

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The Wire (2/02, p.66) - "...Deep loops have always been the first lust of these crate thugs, a sonic sensitivity that made their 'might as well' flow and toilet stoop humor seem like harmless afterthoughts. Included here are their early classics..."0.1186974

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Rolling Stone (7/8-22, pp.143-144) - 3 1/2 Stars (out of 5) - "...at this point, hating them seems a little disingenuous. They're actually (gulp) good."Entertainment Weekly (6/18/99, pp.74-75) - "...It takes it cues from hardcore hip-hop...grunge...the post-80's metal of Metallica, and, to a lesser degree, electronica....But overall, SIGNIFICANT OTHER isn't simply modern rock; it's postmodern rock..." - Rating: BCMJ (6/28/99, p.5) - "...[SIGNIFICANT OTHER] has an intensity that never lets up, surpassing the musical scope of its predecessor with rap-core gems such as "Nookie" and the blunted hip-hop of..."N 2 Gether Now"....The unholy matrimony of metal and rap celebrates another victory...superb..."0.1186974

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"...Casts a keen, observant eye on [the rap] world."New York Times "...BACKSTAGE moves at a fast clip and is surprisingly slick..."USA Today "...It delivers the stars in unguarded moments that should give fans -- if not everyone -- some kicks..."Los Angeles Times0.1186974

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Rolling Stone (6/8/00, p.122) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Showcases the core of the rap-metal movement...on a victory march....The live crunch of many of the songs here overpowers the tunes, but aas the heavily miked crowd reaction shows, that was just how the fans liked it..."0.1186974

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Rolling Stone - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "On track after track, he blows dust off some dirty-soul loop, with boasts as inspired as ever and street-crime storytelling as vivid as ever..."Entertainment Weekly (p.80) - "[With] zany free-associative zingers over scratchy soul, funk, and rock samples." -- Grade: A-0.1186974

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Entertainment Weekly (7/23/99, p.68) - "...On their seventh - and grandest - album, EPMD dis hip hop hypocrisy while pumping the boogie..." - Rating: A-Alternative Press (10/99, pp.88-9) - 4 out of 5 - "...[EPMD] rhyme as if the game's stakes involved neighborhood props insteadof major-label millions....Tracks...are so catchy and clever they practically dare trend-obsessed fans to ask for anything more..."CMJ (7/26/99, p.30) - "...best album since 1990's BUSINESS AS USUAL....[shows] no indications of closing up shop..."Vibe (9/99, p.271) - "...the album deserves praise and props on the sheer strength of the duo's favorites....As long there are rare tracks to be sampled and grimy, street-worthy lyricists to hook up with, EPMD will always be open for business."Melody Maker (8/14/99, p.34) - 3 stars (out of 5) - "Rap works so much better when it's raging against the machine....undoubtedly tha' real deal."Rap Pages (9/99, pp.171-2) - "...hearkens to EPMD's feel and style on their early recordings....[a] funk-filled ride."0.1186974

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Entertainment Weekly (7/23/99, p.68) - "...On their seventh - and grandest - album, EPMD dis hip hop hypocrisy while pumping the boogie..." - Rating: A-Alternative Press (10/99, pp.88-9) - 4 out of 5 - "...[EPMD] rhyme as if the game's stakes involved neighborhood props insteadof major-label millions....Tracks...are so catchy and clever they practically dare trend-obsessed fans to ask for anything more..."CMJ (7/26/99, p.30) - "...best album since 1990's BUSINESS AS USUAL....[shows] no indications of closing up shop..."Vibe (9/99, p.271) - "...the album deserves praise and props on the sheer strength of the duo's favorites....As long there are rare tracks to be sampled and grimy, street-worthy lyricists to hook up with, EPMD will always be open for business."Melody Maker (8/14/99, p.34) - 3 stars (out of 5) - "Rap works so much better when it's raging against the machine....undoubtedly tha' real deal."Rap Pages (9/99, pp.171-2) - "...hearkens to EPMD's feel and style on their early recordings....[a] funk-filled ride."0.1186974

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