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The Dead Emcee Scrolls: The Lost Teachings of Hip-Hop and Connected Writing

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  • Posted July 25, 2012

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    The first half tells a story about how the poems were written. I

    The first half tells a story about how the poems were written. I enjoyed this portion very much. It was a journey that felt powerful to me. The second half was the actual poetry. It was ok. Some of it felt like the man had turrets syndrome and was just shouting obscenities without real direction or purpose, a few poems were good. It was worth the cost I feel, just because the first half was so enjoyable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2006

    it has its moments, but as a whole was little

    like the above says, there were some parts where i was wowed, but as a whole it did little to keep me interested. it is not the best i have read, nor do i think that the whole introduction does it any good. there was far to much build with little follow through.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2006

    prospective

    I think what he is delivering is a innovative of rap. Such as to metaphors n contradictions. basically he's not making shyte easily found out.

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