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This album is still relevant to the African American society today. This album is a real statement for the American government to wake up and listen to events around equality. There is also the fun part too in the album. BLM
The vinyl wax version of this classic album omits SOMETHING 2 DANCE 2 as well as SOMETHING LIKE THAT. Got used to having these songs on my cassette version so really miss them here. Apparently original record was like this too so can't blame them too much. Otherwise it's a good pressing, sounds good and plays well.
This is a great album from when Hip hop was still young. A toddler, with all it's moods and hilarity. Brilliant social commentary turned sideways and forced in your earhole. Musically, it's clever. I think this album should be in everyone's collection. It could sit next to your mumford and sons disc and take its dinner money