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5.3

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  1. NJR
    Apr 10, 2011
    7
    I actually enjoyed a lot of this LP, I know its Jim Jones, i'm as shocked as anyone else. Beats were good, tracks were put together well and a lot of good features especially Raekwon and Game, proves what Jones can do when he isn't babbling about absolute horse sh*t. Obviously there is a fair slice of crap here but it's heavily outweighed by stellar tracks. Overall worth a few good listensI actually enjoyed a lot of this LP, I know its Jim Jones, i'm as shocked as anyone else. Beats were good, tracks were put together well and a lot of good features especially Raekwon and Game, proves what Jones can do when he isn't babbling about absolute horse sh*t. Obviously there is a fair slice of crap here but it's heavily outweighed by stellar tracks. Overall worth a few good listens and I would recomend to anyone who hates Jimmy as much as I did before this album. Maybe this Dipset reunion could be a good thing after all.... Expand
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72

Generally favorable reviews - based on 5 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 5
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 5
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  1. Apr 19, 2011
    70
    The chaotic Capo, his fifth solo album, is often successful in spite of itself.
  2. 67
    Dipset's gruff second-in-command serves up a new set of drugged-up hustler tunes. [15 Apr 2011, p. 87]
  3. Apr 7, 2011
    70
    It maintains a musical energy intense enough to fuel a good party, yet throws in just enough of a dash of introspect to remind listeners that behind Jim Jones' exotic cars, empty bottles left behind at VIP tables, penchant for the drug business, and platoon of fly females, the man still has a heart.