Bazooka Tooth

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Generally favorable reviews- based on 20 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 20
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 20
  3. Negative: 5 out of 20

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  1. KennyM
    Feb 14, 2007
    A great album, but i miss blockhead, who is only producing for three tracks on this album and who is a staple on other aes albums like float, labor days, and fast cars. buy it but buy other releases as well.
  2. AlanB
    Mar 31, 2004
    "Bazooka Tooth" is a solid album, but in the shadow of its predecessor, "Labor Days," it leaves something to be desired. Some of the sampling is a little too dense and busy, but its all worth it to hear 11:35. Ace Rock is still a master poet.
  3. amandan
    Feb 6, 2004
    I absolutely love "bazooka tooth" Ace Rock continues to set new standards for other artists, and 'bazooka tooth" is no exception. buy it. trust me.
  4. PhilipD
    Nov 24, 2003
    The man with the magical bag of raps is back, and his jukkie friends are with him again. The pied piper of rap is now officially made his way to the front gate of commericial hip-hop and is ready to blow it down with his bazooka-tooth.
  5. DonM
    Oct 25, 2003
    Ace Rock is a man apart. Others may have similarly intelligent raps, others may have equally as impressive and progressive production, Others rapping style may be just as singular and unique. But Aesop Rock is a 10 in all categories. And Bazooka Tooth exemplifies this as well as all his previous LP's and EP's.

Generally favorable reviews - based on 16 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 13 out of 16
  2. Negative: 1 out of 16
  1. The Wire
    It radiates with a confidence fuelled by acolytes and its fun is infectious. But... the angry cynicism coursing through the album creates a distance between its maker and the listener. [#237, p.53]
  2. He doesn't offer an alternative to mainstream rap so much as operate in another world altogether.
  3. Urb
    In small doses (songs, verses, lines), Aesop's latest is a brutally great argument that hip-hop's new-new-new-new-new-school is as creative as its oldest. [Nov 2003, p.88]