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RickNMay 4, 20049Thankfully, Ghostface dropped the style (and the mentality) he had on 'Bulletproof Wallets' and returns with the 'Supreme Clientele' style mixed with a little 70's soul. Overall, this album could have been as great as Supreme Clientele had it not been for all the tracks that got cut after the first disc print (mostly due to sample clearance issues). In fact, look for the following tracks and you'll see what I'm talking about: My Guitar Guerilla Hood Pretty Toney (Toney's Dough) Wise (In the Rain) Ooh Wee Disco Tech (Burnin') The Sun Paychecks The Afterparty The Drummer The Commercial tracks combined with the ones listed above make for an instant classic. They're that good. My only gripe about this album is the song with Missy, 'Tush'. It is too 'pop'. But it is understandable as this was the radio single that is required by his label.… Expand
TomSJan 17, 20059one time
JoePNov 19, 200510This is my favorite album. You might not like it if you don't like to get o know your rapper personally.