LISTED REVIEWS

MF Doom
MF Doom Operation Doomsday Subverse / Metal Face • 2001

This comeback is a blessing for hip-hop purists: while listening to the LP you enter an imaginary world thru old SF-movie skits, comic book references, 80s soul, jazz standards and fairytale-like beats.

POSTED 03|03|2004
Ahmad
Ahmad Ahmad Giant • 1994

This album is a West Coast classic, bringing the Californian summer straight into your room. Not long after the release Ahmad was dropped by his label, and after almost ten years of silence Ahmad returned on the scene with his group 4th Avenue Jones.

POSTED 03|01|2004
Ras Kass
Ras Kass Soul On Ice Priority • 1996

A strong mix of conscious, smart lyrics with a sharp sense of humour and psychedelic, sunset beats is the recipe of the LP. Ras Kass’ lyricism is unbeatable, droppin crazy punch lines and ill rhyme schemes, his lyrics alone make this one a classic.

POSTED 03|01|2004
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