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Cali Agents (Planet Asia + Rasco) - 'The Good Life' (Audio MP3 Stream)

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Label:Ground Control Records
Date added:3/6/2000
Song time:5:24
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4.5 Stars(4.5 Stars)
Total Comments: 3
4 Stars
Name: Beyond Style (Posted: 7/16/2005 12:51:00 AM)
Summary: Good
Comment: Its a competent beat with lyrics to follow, worth a listen.
5 Stars
Name: shoeflyshoe (Posted: 7/8/2004 5:52:00 PM)
Summary: Clinical!
Comment: Not a huge Planet Asia fan but this definitely works for me. Lyrically and beat-wise this is genius.
Name: P.hd (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)
Comment: The Cali Agents take their name from the Californian Association of Licensed Investigators, an organization noted for its involvement in the investigation of money laundering and narcotics. In this way, The Cali Agents hope to position themselves as independent mavericks on the side of Truth and Justice (as opposed to siding with the agents of Law and Order). Itís an important and problematic distinction, and Good Life fails to articulate the difference or problem. According to them, crime pays by way of reward and entitlement. Too bad the hand me down raps and conventional beats fail to live up to the moral complexity of their own position. Life without parole for this bum rap.

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