... and then you shoot your cousin
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From Philly street corner buskers to hip-hop pioneers, from perpetually touring live act to late-night television house band, legendary hip-hop group The Roots have never been one to rest on their laurels. After more than 15 years, the critically acclaimed group continue to reinvent themselves and remain one of music’s most enduring and forward-thinking bands. The Grammy Award-winning band returns with their 11th album, ‘And Then You Shoot Your Cousin’, their first release since 2011's ‘Undun’.
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I am shocked that I 'really' didn't like this one. I'm blaming myself because I feel I just didn't get it. I give albums like this months after their initial listen to listen again. I'm about due and am not hopeful.
It is a great shame that their studio albums since Tipping Point have such short playlists, it would have been fantastic and worth the wait if they had combined two of the albums from that point up to date would reinstate their status as 'The Legendary Roots Crew'.
Nevertheless, I will always buy their works as I have all of their albums and in my opinion they just seem to get better with time (even if their is a moment of abstractness).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the weakest rap/hip hop albums i've heard for a while.Roots were recomended to me but this has almost put me off. Read morePublished 23 months ago by SCREEN77