- Summary: The Canadian semi-rapper (think more Beck than Eminem) returns with his first album of all-new material in two years, which includes contributions from DJ D Styles, Chicago post-rockers Tortoise and singer Lesley Feist.
- Record Label: Warner
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Rap
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Buck's refusal to recognise musical boundaries and his instinctive ability to pick out elements that work together--sometimes surprisingly so--have given us a genre-bending album of high artistic vision, spit and grit. [#258, p.52]
It's highly unlikely that Buck 65 is ever going to become the cash cow that his paymasters probably thought he was going to be, but let's hope that he is invited to keep on presenting us with his skewed worldview; a beautiful painting seen in a shattered and blood stained mirror.
MikeCSep 27, 2005Awesome!! Go Canada
WilliamHSep 23, 2005My favourite album yet, they seem to always get better. Definitely a lot more experimental compared to his last two albums, but I think My favourite album yet, they seem to always get better. Definitely a lot more experimental compared to his last two albums, but I think he's going in the right direction, with a combination of his old gritty stylings and the deep emotional music that he's using now. Im not sure I make sense, but I think if you're a fan and you listen to it, you'll understand.… Expand
AlanRSep 24, 2005People fear what they don't understand...pussies.
[Anonymous]Aug 21, 2005One of the best albums of the years. The Floor is one of the most touching songs I've ever heard.
MathieuMSep 25, 2005This is a really great album. One step further in the folk/rap fusion thant the album before. I really loved it.
SteveNov 4, 2005This album is lacking. What happened? The man could fashion words together in ways that boggle the mind. This album is country trip-hop. This album is lacking. What happened? The man could fashion words together in ways that boggle the mind. This album is country trip-hop. There are sounds create the eqivalent of bad punk, and rips of Cash. I still dig some of the beats, the minor, and live recordings... even when they are loops. The album also includes a female vocalist that was well, she could go back to what she was doing and decay. "Hip-Hop ruined my life"? nawww, you ain't hip-hop no more. Maybe if i OD on drugs i could understand it better, until i enter that state save your money. out… Expand
aureliesSep 21, 2005Lyrically poor and silly, smells false confession. Seeks the sympathy from listener, complains too much. Musically appaling, especially on Lyrically poor and silly, smells false confession. Seeks the sympathy from listener, complains too much. Musically appaling, especially on the rock songs.… Expand
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