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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: Shep (Posted: 1/23/2004 12:50:00 AM)
Comment: Whatever. Say what you will about the "Anthem" issue; this song means something to heads in Boston. Heard it way back, and it remains a favorite. At the very least, it was a good foundation for Ak to build on, and he has.
Name: MistaMilla (Posted: 10/21/2003 9:14:00 AM)
Summary: Quite Enjoyed It
Comment: Certainly isn't garbage, anything by Akrobatik is genrally worth checking, so you might as well.
|Name: high-c (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)|
Comment: I’ve never been too big on hip hop anthems. Unfortunately, whenever I hear an attempted anthem my mind stirs up nasty flashbacks of ‘Hip Hop Hooray.’ It really is a shame that one tormenting song ruined my appreciation for the sub-genre, but that’s the state of affairs. Although, I do realize that you can’t fully feel the impact until you’ve witnessed such a song live, I’m gonna have to question the appeal of this one. But it’s not all frowns around here. For the record, any track that incorporates the word “fresh” into the hook, automatically receives a passing grade in my mind. How’s that for a silver lining.