Gandhi Kahn - Armand Van Helden
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  • Summary: This is the follow-up to Van Helden's 2000 breakthrough 'Killing Puritans.'
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  1. 90
    Van Helden gets it spot-on as he manages to take the genre by the scruff of its neck and give it the shakedown that it needs once in awhile. [Oct 2001, p.88]
  2. 80
    Gandhi Khan is full of the dark, dirty production Van Helden has championed recently.
  3. 60
    These grooves shimmer brighter than anything he's done since 1999's disco-house monolith, 2Future4U. [Nov 2001, p.132]
  4. Like its predecessor, the album features flashes of brilliance interspersed with Van Helden's weak spot for frustratingly clownish contrariety.
  5. Multicultural rage is all well and good, but when you cop your flow from Vanilla Ice, it undermines your underground cred. [Jan 2002, p.98]
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