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Customer Review

on August 3, 2004
Overall this is a good album, long time fans of BEP will maybe be surprised, like i was, but i was positively surprised, the beats are funky and the lyrics are cool and fresh!
you'll notice at the bottom of this page that people who bough this album also bought BEyonce and the sugarbabes etc.. hmmm i dont real think BEP would have been compared to artists like these in their old days, but they've found a wicked style still.
i was hesitant when i first herard of the introduction of fergie and especially wwn i heard the cheesy single feat JT, Where is the love becuase that single is truley crap and lets the album and group down, but Fergie had a realy powerful funky voice and she fits well into the group!
overall a very good album, a few fillers, and i think the released singles are much too cheesy and should be avoided, e.g shut up and where is the love...
Best tracks are, Hands up, smells like funk anxiety (because of its pure originality!!)
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4.2 out of 5 stars
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