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The album starts out with Flav singing! This is hilariously entertaining. The second song sounds like it was made 10 years ago because it's Flav rapping like he used to in his Public Enemy days.
The album has this rushed feel to it. None of the songs really go together. The album is a mix of his old solo records that never got released from about ten years ago (his harder rapping), and his newer funner, more comedic side.
The album clocks in at 77 minutes long, which is waaaaay too long. I found myself skipping ahead through almost all of the songs. The could have cut out a lot of it and still not lost the effect.
The newer stuff is downright funny - a 10 on the unintentional comedy scale. I would say it's gawdawful, but in a fun, hilarious, stupid kind of way. It was an enjoyable listen - a good laugh. But I don't think I would spend my money on this.
The LP starts off on the wrong foot with "Let it Show", where Flav starts singing rather badly, only it's apparently not an intentional joke. His other "R&B" songs are similarly treacly. Flav reputedly is self-taught in 14 instruments, but it's clear here that he is not a traditional vocalist.
Traditional rapping cuts like "Unga Bunga Bunga", "Hot 1", "Col-Leepin", "Flavor Man" and "Bridge of Pain" are the best songs here.
It is unclear how many of these songs were originally demos from Flav's "early" solo efforts over the 16-year time frame that everything was promised. As it stands, Flav could have used some outside consultants to help mold his sound, and tell him, "Flav, we love you, but please, don't sing." Considering Flav has gained much latter-day fame as a reality TV star and pitchman, it's curious that he didn't reach out to some famous friends to help out with production duties.
This ends up being a vanity effort that only Public Enemy completists will really love. Others may just want to purchase the key singles mentioned through Amazon's MP3 service.