While this is not as good as the subliminal debut Asylum Speakers, this is still an absolute blinding piece of British Hip Hop. I don't know what the BBC person was listening to when they wrote the review above, but it does not match the album, "weak lyrics" err no, smart and funny lyrics. In a genre of music that takes itself FAR TOO SERIOUSLY it's nice to have subversive digs at people like Heather Mills. Also no mention of the excellent track "seven figure swagger", this has great flows by the diverent rappers over a stark beat. Buy this album or download it (legally please) you will NOT regret it. I'm of "old school" ilk so have the album on cd and it's on heavy playback in the car. Oh, and a word about hip hop's continual love affair with skits, they are not funny (Wu-tangs "killer tape" anyone?)stop filling up the album with this guff and record some more songs instead! Rant over.United Colours of Beggattron
Bought this CD after rave reviews from my friends. I am glad I purchased this record, it isn't one of those albums with three good tracks, bulked out with several mediocre ones. Purchased over a year ago and still up there with my other favourites.