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4.6 out of 5 stars
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4.6 out of 5 stars


on 6 June 2017
This album is absolutely amazing, the four owls are the next best thing in the UK hip hop scene, when listening to their songs I get a Wu-Tang clan style vibe from them and it's very unique within itself. Their wordplay and musical talent is extraordinary!
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on 18 November 2013
I really like the Four Owls, especially as I've been a fan of Verb T since his early forays into UK hip hop with Kashmere (their oddly shared debut LP on Low Life was actually pretty good), and really liked his album with Harry Love a few years back.

Back to the 4 Owls! So this is a great album, it has some absolutely fantastic stand-out tracks (Original & All My Life are amazing, particularly the former) and the production quality is great too. They're highly talented MCs and throughout the LP offer various interesting and fresh takes on the so called 'norm' of Hip Hop and an MCs expression. Original is a fantastic tune and the lyrics are particularly encouraging in their attempt to encourage the listener to be original, without sounding preachy or false.

The let downs; there's too many average tunes on the album that don't really offer much to anyone who's got a few UK Hip Hop albums already or heard more than an hour or two of it before. I don't really like the voices used by a couple of the MCs and personally it just doesn't do enough to make me want to listen to it a whole lot.

Bottom line: worth a shout to any fan of Hip Hop or particularly UK Hip Hop, unfortunately it's doomed to be another album in the long list of them stuck on a shelf in Banquet (or any indie record shop).
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on 16 February 2012
Along with 'Split Prophets' ep 'Scribbled Thoughts', this album is a huge name in a long list of fresh new talent coming out of Britain at the minute. Leif Dog's production is brilliant and the rapping is consistently sick. Every track brings something different to the album's sound. Well worth a listen.
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on 21 January 2013
The four owls are my favourite UK hip hop group by a long shot, all of em are sick on their own, together its just magic
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on 10 January 2014
Music and lyrically an amazing album every track is sick, well worth a listen if you're a hip-hop fan. Great value for money also
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on 1 February 2014
Top draw album Classic British album
Not just a one track album every track it awesome
We the owls we the owls
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on 4 December 2012
decent uk hip hop with beats that give nod to classic hip hop artists such as the wu tang clan, verb T ecspecially killing some tracks, the other dudes who i am less familiar with are also perfectly capable, a 3 or 4 tracks at a time kinda album
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