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Khulami Phase


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Product details

  • Audio CD (12 April 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Modulor
  • ASIN: B0037SQ37Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,122 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Lose Myself
3. I Find It Hard to Say {rebel}
4. World Is a Hustle
5. Social Drug
6. Take Too Much {rich Man}
7. The Passion
8. Freedom Time/mystery of Iniquity {lyrical Mix}
9. Interlude
10. Music
11. As
12. Killing Me Softly
13. To Zion
14. Do You Like the Way
15. Blame It On the Sun
16. Interlude
17. If U Wanna
18. Endless Fight
19. Motives & Thoughts
20. The Makings of You

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. P. Parker on 23 Jun 2010
Lauryn Hill released her debut solo CD, 'The Miseducation..' in 1998 and it blew the hip hop world away, winning 5 Grammys and redefining the genre. We expected big things and after 4 years, she came back with her 'MTV Unplugged 2.0' album, a live set of totally new songs. It was not what everyone expected and divided critics, but it showed promise of what could possibly come and the true artistry of Ms Hill. 6, 7, 8 years passed and people began to wonder what was going on. Her record label said she had no plans to release a new album and was on hiatus, whereas her husband said she had enough tracks to fill SEVERAL new albums, so we were all a bit confused. Then earlier this year, independent label Think Differently quietly released 'Khulami Phase'. Not a word was said, no publicity was given and i only found out about it on Wikipedia. So i checked on here to see if it was real or another wiki-lie but lo and behold it was real! And its much like the other quietly released Lauryn Hill CD 'Ms Hill' (also released on an independent label) in that it contains previously released material as well as live tracks and a couple of new songs. In total there are 6 live tracks (including 'If You Wanna', one of the songs from the Fugees short lived 2006 reunion and Freedom Time/Mystery Of Iniquity; basically the two live tracks from the 2.0 album hastily put together into one track) 3 spoken interludes (its interesting to hear her talk, it so rarely happens on TV) the studio version of 'I Find It Hard To Say' (very good!) 'Lose Myself' from Surf's Up (an instant classic) new songs (new as in unreleased) 'World Is A Hustle', 'Social Drug', 'Take Too Much', 'Do You Like The Way' and 'Endless Fight'.Read more ›
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Benson VINE VOICE on 4 May 2011
To just clarify... this is not an official Lauryn Hill release and not a 'new album' as such. Not affiliated with Sony Records. It is more of a bootleg of harder to find older recordings and live recordings.

It's still great for anyone that is a big fan of Lauryn. Newer studio recordings are all here including 'Social Drugs', 'Lose Myself' (from the Surf's Up Soundtrack', 'The Passion', the Christmas classic 'Little Drummer Boy', the rap interlude from Joss Stone's 'Music' and a pleasant Fugees recording 'Blame it on the Sun'. The highlight is a studio version of 'I Find It Hard To Say' in it's entirety.

Great if you have never heard these harder to find songs but if you're expecting a new album you'll be a little disappointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mr. a on 11 Aug 2012
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I agree with other reviewers who stated that this album is more MTV and less MISEDCATION. I do feel the songs have more structure here then on MTV. It's a great album to get lost in.
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4 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Henry on 24 Sep 2010
I fooled my self into thinking this was a new album from one of the few respected female R&B/hip hop artists from not too long ago, but no its just a raw do it yourself album!
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S A Brand on 5 Nov 2010
Item arrived within the estimated delivery due date. Casing was a little cracked but couldn't be bothered to return the item.
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