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|(4.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: The Nebulous Nebula (Posted: 4/23/2005 12:47:00 PM)
Comment: Dope as fuck! Mos Def be shit sickened.
Name: Boneunit (Posted: 11/23/2004 10:23:00 PM)
Summary: Ahead Of His Time?
Comment: I can't quite put my finger on this track. From first listen it's easy to dismiss it as wack, but you have to hear the Magnetic B-boy when he speaks his mind. He takes what he started on ‘Rock N Roll', from ‘Black on Both Sides', and ups the ante. Mos getting back to his roots on a rock-influenced track by Minnesota.
|Name: 1985 Mindstate (Posted: 11/3/2004 9:39:00 AM)|
Comment: "Ghetto Rock" sees the Mos Definite on a bare bones beat mixed with some grating guitar riffs. This is that part of the New Danger where Mos is trying to revive rock among his black people, but it is still essentially a hip-hop song. Much different than anything you ever heard from Mos before, but still pretty nice- not as nice as “Sex, Love or Money" but worth a listen nonetheless.
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