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Big Boi transformed into his more mature self, Sir Lucious Left Foot, on Martin
Luther King, Jr. Day 2007 and began recording his first stand alone solo album Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty, set to arrive July 6th on Def Jam Recordings. The day carried an extraordinary energy—similar to five years earlier on the same holiday, when Big Boi started working on ... Read more in Amazon's Big Boi Store

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  • Audio CD (6 July 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal Music Distribution
  • ASIN: B003MX5OL2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 514,304 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Feel Me (Intro)
2. Daddy Fat Sax
3. Turns Me On feat. Sleepy Brown & Joi
4. Follow Us feat. Vonnegutt
5. Shutterbugg feat. Cutty
6. General Patton
7. Tangerine feat. T.I. & Khujo Goodie
8. You Ain't No DJ feat. Yelawolf
9. Hustle Blood feat. Jamie Foxx
10. Be Still feat. Janelle Monáe
See all 17 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Shutterbug (Video)
2. ShineBlockas (Video)
3. General Patton (Video)
4. Fo Yo Sorrows (Video)
5. Follow Us (Video)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By fairdes on 9 July 2010
Format: Audio CD
With most great albums, it usually takes several listens before its quality becomes clear. However after one spin the quality reveals itself from the get go. More importantly, you know that the album is going to get better with each and every listen. And it does...

The first half of the album consists of the more upbeat funky numbers, while the second half takes a more down-tempo route. The production is top-notch and there is just so much going on with layers upon layers of brilliant and wonderful sound. The music is simply superb!

I always (unfairly) thought Andre was the more talented half of Outkast. This album emphatically demonstrates just how wrong you can be. I would go as far to say that this up there with Prince at his most creative peak. If you like good music, not necessarily quality hip-hop, then this album is up there with one of the better albums you will hear this year. Well worth investing the time and money to get to know it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Malsingh on 20 July 2010
Format: Audio CD
This album has been much hyped, and much awaited, and I was so excited when I finally got hold of it. I am a big Outkast fan, and I felt that the split album 'Speakerbox/ The Love Below' showed that Big Boi had huge potential for a solo record. Finally it is here!

Overall, I think the album is an excellent start. It's got Big Boi written all over it - very funky, with a smooth feel and an easy-going yet also assertive style of lyrical delivery. Big Boi isn't quite as experimental with his sound as Andre 3000, but he is still innovative, and the beats on this album will testitfy to that, as they are quite varied.

Lyrically, I felt that the album flitted between the sharp and observant and the more mundane. There's some great wordplay and humorous non-sequitors, but there are also bits that are less lyrically impressive. There's a fair dose of boastful bravado and lady-loving, but Big Boi doesn't let it doesn't drop too much into the gutter, unlike so many rappers today. His violence is mostly in the context of what he will do if you try and put him down, rather than boasting about fighting and killing every day. However, I will admit that I was a little disappointed that quite a few of the lyrics are dedicated to boasting, talking about how great it is that he is back and so on.

Having said that, his delivery throughout the album is superb. His rhymes are incredibly dexterous, and unlike some other rappers he never sounds strained, even when rapping extremely fast. His voice has rich, rounded sound which gives him a big vocal presence.

I think it's a shame that Andre 3000 couldn't appear on any of the tracks (apart from producing 'You ain't no DJ'). I heard that record label blocked any vocal appearance, though that may not be true.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. Bailie on 8 July 2010
Format: Audio CD
The album is great with of 5 excellent tracks that really stand out from the rest. While not quite on the level of Stankonia it's a very very close second and well worth a listen if you liked any of Outkast's previous releases.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Red Hood on 19 Jan. 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
From a long time fan of Outkast and Dungeon Family. After Big Boi's half of Speakerboxx I expected him to really excel and display his talents here. But he's taken a half step backwards. Sir Lucious is not a bad album, but there's no stand out tracks and it all sounds luke the more mediocre of his previous efforts.
I know Andre is the one known for pushing boundaries, but it was always Boi that was leading the way with real hip hop. He's just had a minor slip here.
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Format: Audio CD
I'm the kind of person who found Speakerboxxx the far better album of the double classic Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. As I heard Idlewild it almost seemed like Andre 3000 was in the way of great rap with his wandering off too far into other genres. Having said that it is obvious that I was excited about Big Boi's solo.

This is a good album. Even very good compared to the regular run-of-the-mill rap album. It's just that Big Boi will have his albums compared to Speakerboxxx as well. And this isn't as good. The great innovativeness is still there. The tunes have as much variety as a medium size record label. A few of the tracks are extremely catchy including "Turns Me On" and "Shutterbug". The album opens very strong. If the quality of the first 4 tracks (intro excluded) could have been kept up throughout the album, you would feel bad that that 6th star doesn't exist. After that the feel that you can't skip a track is no longer there.

I recommed you buy this album. But if you don't yet own Speakerboxxx buy that one first.
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By Redmanmars on 23 Sept. 2010
Format: Audio CD
I've bought a lot of albums this year and most haven't lived up to the hype or the artist's previous work so I had everything crossed that Big Boi wouldn't fall into this trap. Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty does NOT disappoint!
From start to finish this album oozes the class and originality you'd expect from one half of Outkast. Everything goes into the melting pot without affecting the album's continuity. Clever rhymes, great beats and all the guest artists compliment the songs instead of just being 'flavour of the month' features.
Big Boi is on top of his game and as he showed on Speakerboxxx he's got so much to offer when he steps out from the shadow of Andre 3000's larger-than-life persona. If you're a fan of Outkast you'll love this. If you're a fan of good hip hop then this is for you.
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