Gandhi Kahn

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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. 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]
  5. Like its predecessor, the album features flashes of brilliance interspersed with Van Helden's weak spot for frustratingly clownish contrariety.
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