- Summary: Perhaps best known for being the album that depicted the World Trade Center towers in flames on its cover (before the events of September 11 necessitated a last-minute change of artwork), 'Party Music' is the fourth full-length for the ultra-political rappers.
- Record Label: 75 Ark
- Genre(s): Rap
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AnikulapoC.Jan 2, 2002A masterpeice.
MikeR.Jan 10, 2002This album rocks!
AlisonK.Jan 27, 2002People like Boots are making the world a better place.
SNAug 30, 2006Medicine for a ghetto soul. Boots spits radical, deep but direct and accessible. A singular talent--and did I mention that it's funky, Medicine for a ghetto soul. Boots spits radical, deep but direct and accessible. A singular talent--and did I mention that it's funky, fun, and positive as well?… Expand
LawrencePMay 10, 2005Some the best tunes hip-hop has to offer these days. Super!
patriotDec 30, 2001anti-American, anti-police, anti-capitalist CRAP
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