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  • Summary: This debut release from Anti-Pop Consortium rapper Beans continues the experimental, genre-defying approach to hip-hop of that now-defunct group, mixing intelligent lyrics with cutting-edge production.
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  1. Positive: 11 out of 14
  2. Negative: 0 out of 14
  1. Beans drops deft poetry with the fastest flow this side of Bizzy Bone.
  2. The most obvious comparison for 'Tomorrow Right Now' is Roots Manuva's 'Run Come Save Me' and the UK's bouncement brigade. And the comparison is a favourable one all round.
  3. 83
    Tonally challenged singing, spastic electro beats, and boldly nonlinear, ideologically sharp rhyming. [May 2003, p.116]
  4. This is hip-hop - experimental, brave, and weird, just like it's supposed to be.
  5. The New Wave sensibilities and unorthodox flows become predictable, and the absence of APC's Priest and Saayid is felt by the end of Tomorrow.
  6. 70
    In spite of some awkward moments, though, Tomorrow Right Now is a dynamic endeavor from a compelling artist. [Mar 2003, p.93]
  7. Feels oddly half-baked. [Apr 2003, p.100]

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  1. GeneN
    Sep 14, 2005
    10
    shits dope