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4.2 out of 5 stars
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on 8 May 2001
This is an exelent album showing us how UK hip hop is comming back. Mark B & Blade put down the blue prints and Skitz anong with Rodney P, Wildflower, Skinnyman,Task Force, Couvert and the stunning Roots Manuva have built it up to a higher level. If u like Task Force and Mud fam u you will love this. It has great songs like Finger Prints of the gods and The Junkyard. Best UK hip hop out, 10 stars
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on 25 September 2010
Fantastic album. I wasn't sure whether it would still sound great nearly ten years on, but I bought anyway and recommend it to anyone interested in uk or underground hip hop - the MCing, scratching and production are all excellent.
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on 22 May 2002
This unique CD brings together different styles of English hip-hop and puts them all together on one supreme album.
I insist that all you hip-hop fans make it the next CD on your list to buy.
Peace Out from St Ives Massive!!!!
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on 2 January 2007
I think some of the reviews here are based on the fact that uk hiphop is still in its infancy and people were pleased to see an album showcasing the talent in the uk. Fact is as an album its not that great. There are some good tracks and contributions but as a whole it doesn't make great listening. In parts its quite embarrassing as the quality of mcing is so low (sorry Wildflower). Especially when compared to the frequently delivered quality products from accross the pond. If you want a good uk hiphop Album check out Roots Manuvas albums and try Ty and Skinnymans work too. Other than that, for quality hiphop you really are better looking to the US (or France purely for Solaar). It is nice to hear British work but the quality isn't always up to scratch so don't get carried away by the patriotism of it all.
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