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Fugees, at their best
on 12 December 2003
The Fugees unfortunatly will most likely never make another album again, and if you listen to this album you really do see how much of a pitty this fact is.
The album is the fugees at their best. Opening with with an excellent combination of "Fu Gee la", "No woman no cry", and "Ready or not", the mood is set brilliantly. Moving onto "Killing me softly" and a few lesser known hits, the alubm progresses with style and finess.
After getting through the groups main tracks, we move onto some excellent remixs. Now, they're not remixes in the modern dance sense. They are true remasters, which sound excellent. A personal favorite is "A change is going to come", an emotive piece about changing times and aspirations for equality.
For Fugee fans, this is a must. For someone looking to get into the sound of the Fugees, this is an amazing Album, and one well worth buying.