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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: Tomik (Posted: 3/15/2004 12:02:00 PM)
Summary: This Is The One
Comment: Wow! Aesop Rock as what it takes to be on my top 20 Greatest Hip-hop artists. Unbelievable.
Name: J6N (Posted: 1/30/2004 8:52:00 AM)
Summary: Great Lyrics, Ain't To Keen On The Beat Though.
Comment: Calm down Aesop! Please drop a bad verse just to prove to us all that you are human, instead of this perfect lyrical super being. He doesn't drop a bad verse here either (so my final conclusion is that he isn't human), but unfortunatly the beat is really quite dull (as are all the Omega one beats i've heard) which is damn a shame. Lyrically though it's flawless.
Name: Phillip Lane (Posted: 11/16/2002 9:03:00 PM)
Summary: Idigenous To Now.........
Comment: This song is a sarcastic and brilliantly clever masterpiece. The chorus is almost hypnotic as Aesop asserts, "I alone stand in a social comma." Well, what more can I say? This is a poetic masterpiece at its bare minimum; excellent.
|Name: Phayde (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: Here they are kids: the latest Aesop Rock joints. Coma is a smooth-flowing track; the product of Omega One's mellow beat and Aesop Rock's infamous and monotonous, yet dope, rhyme style. However, I always feel that since Aesop Rock's vocals flow so smoothly, heads seem to overlook all the messages embedded within his lyrics. For example "If the revolution ain't gunna be televised then f*ck, I probably missed it" referring to Gil Scott Heron's "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised". So listen up kiddos; play this track a few times over if you need to.