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4.0 out of 5 stars As We've Come To Expect From Ghost.... TRUE MUSIC, 31 Mar. 2006
This review is from: Fishscale (Audio CD)
It has got to the point now where you know what Ghost's new albums sound like without hearing them. This joint is exactly as I imagined it... there's very little new ground broken here. This is a traditional Ghostface record, and even though we have beats provided by Just Blaze, Jay Dee, Pete Rock and MF Doom this time round, they conform to the signature Tony Starks sound (don't expect Ghost ripping over some "T.R.O.Y"-like horns on Pete Rocks joints).
There's lots of soul samples and crazy lyrics, AS USUAL. But when the music is this good, is familiarity such a bad thing? In an age where Ma$e can join G-Unit and rap about packing burners, this is TRUE music (REAL doesn't mean anything anymore). If like me, you love emotional thug music, grown-man hip hop that respects the golden-age, true lyricism with an old-school b-boy sensibility, you'll love this joint.
Not as good as Supreme Clientele, but what is? Go get it...

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Fuck What You Think

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3.0 out of 5 stars An Inferior Sequel, 26 April 2004
This review is from: Fuck What You Think (Audio CD)
Breaking Atoms was a classic, no question. But the departure of the LargeProfessor, the main force of creativity in the trio, was a major loss.
The two DJ's Skratch and Kut replaced him with Mikey D, a renkownfreestyler on the NY cypher/battle-circuit. His voice is raspy, hardcoreNew York, but he's no Extra-P. His story-telling on "Diary Of A Hit Man"is a high point, and he shines on the updated version of Just Hangin' Out"Only The Real Survive". He sounds most comfortable on the Posse cut "SetIt Off" alongside pre-LOX Jadakiss and Sheek Louch, where he can just hitus off with those freestyle-type brags.
The music is solid, but it seems that the group are trying too hard toemulate the feel of their classic debut. Still, it is better than 80% ofrap albums released nowadays, and it belongs firmly in the pre-blingsection of any truly definitive Hip Hop CD collection. It's not easy tofind though, so happy hunting B-Boys/Girls!

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