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The New Danger

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Jack Johnson Without A Punch

    The problem with this record is not that it fails to experiment with hip-hop, but rather, it boasts without any real substance to back it up. His lyrics lack focus and often suffer from heavy self-adulation. Whereas Common sounds more like his own instrument on Electric Circus, Mos Def presents himself as an impression of the real thing. In this case, its musical artistry from the band Living Colour. In regards to overall production, Black Jack Johnson should have backed Mos Def for the entire album as opposed to five or six tracks. Mos Def is clearly a talented individual, but as it stands, The New Danger has too many good ideas that fall short of being great. Don't bite the bait. {Check for "Ghetto Rock", "Sunshine", & "War"}

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Mos Definitely Disappointing

    This album, in comparison with his other work, is pretty bad. It sounds like it was produced in somebody's basement and the overall feel of the album is totally different than the usually empowering jams he creates. Not recommended.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    most dissapointing

    Waited a long time for this one. And when it's finally here ... very dissapointing. The Roots and Talib do a better job and are more productive.

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