2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 12 December 2012
I bought Extra P's first album when it was released in 1991, and I thought I'd try his 4th album in 2012. The sound is obviously more updated than Breaking Atoms but Extra P's sound and personality has hardly changed. As another reviewer said, the production is incredible with loads of boom bap drums and hooks which are rare nowadays. All of the guest MCs put in good work, Busta Rhymes sounds brilliant. In a sentence, this album sounds like a day in New York city. Paul C most definitely lives!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 18 April 2014
I would always need to hear, albums, that are new on the shelf, these days, but! Large P, is Classic material, to the full.
and all track, bang!
Love his work for years, and he always surprises me, with the production of his tracks and fresh approach, after so long.
Money well spent.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 2 September 2013
I don't like the packaging on this. Why am I asked that by amazon? But as asked I don't like it ... The graphic is awful ... Those sneakers professor is wearing are as the title .... Large. Em. Smee thinks the title should have been 'professor with Large feet'
Anyhoo the large feet don't help ... I was expecting a bit more ... The reviews said a bit of old school hiphop/rap with some new takes. ...... . I couldn't figure on either ... Tracks one and two are ok but the rest sucked .... The last few tracks became way favouring rnb and soft stuff
Best summarised as an album I'll stick on the iPhone and play only in the car when the roof is down / windows are open ....