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nychicano
August 27th 2008



308 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

holy crap look how many guest appearances are in the album. i normally only see that many by producers who make albums like dr.dre or the alchemist

Intransit
August 27th 2008



2797 Comments


We share middle names!

cbmartinez
August 27th 2008



2525 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Not as good as Doctor's Advocate but you're a little off with this review, this album is sick, prob my fave of the year, the game is the best new rapper around

morrissey
Moderator
August 27th 2008



1688 Comments


I always liked your pop reviews but maybe that's because I was actually familiar with what you were talking about. Here, you could probably use another paragraph expanding on the quality of the individual songs, you mostly seem to reference guest appearances which we can figure out just looking at the tracklisting. Other than that, nice stuff.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
August 27th 2008



4940 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Not as good as Doctor's Advocate but you're a little off with this review, this album is sick, prob my fave of the year, the game is the best new rapper around

No

cbmartinez
August 27th 2008



2525 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

he's no weezy f baby

joshuatree
Emeritus
August 27th 2008



3743 Comments


the game really isnt that good

review is though

iarescientists
August 27th 2008



5863 Comments


Haha the lyrics in My Life, ...so I can lead my people

Who exactly is he going to lead, and where is he leading them too?


why are you such a fucking tool

brandtweathers
August 27th 2008



2007 Comments


Bull**** mainstream rap that speaks nothing of validity.

truth... i still enjoy some stuff that has no content tho (ie dr octagon)


Photon
August 27th 2008



1292 Comments


who is the game??


joshuatree
Emeritus
August 27th 2008



3743 Comments


hes the third guitarist for meshuggah

brandtweathers
August 27th 2008



2007 Comments


^hahaha

francesfarmer
August 27th 2008



1477 Comments


Killed Tha Carter III.

joshuatree
Emeritus
August 27th 2008



3743 Comments


both are pretty bad tbh.

Oddsen
August 27th 2008



1127 Comments


the game has always seemed liked an average rapper to me. I don't really love his voice either

poopty
August 27th 2008



319 Comments


I'm sorry coc but The Game is really quite bad :/

LifeInABox
August 28th 2008



3708 Comments


hmmm...raekwon and common? cool

francesfarmer
August 28th 2008



1477 Comments


I don't get the hate, like mainstream rap has produced anything better than this all year.

cbmartinez
August 28th 2008



2525 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

also, i dont think this review is very good at all. you rip the album for not having a consistent flow/theme/whatever, you're completely missing the point that this album was designed to be a collection of singles, good songs, produced by different people to give it a really varied sound. You're analyzing this like a rock album, looking for themes, i dont think its far to do that with this. Plus, where as Doctor's Advocate had a loose theme of consistently naming himself the new Dr. Dre, the L.A.X. has a loose theme of the constant LA love and rep, although that has always been a theme in his music, this album is the LAX, the album from LA. I dont know, i think this album is great.

Tyler
Emeritus
August 28th 2008



7928 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I don't care about a concept or continuing thing, I care about an album with no flow to it and conflicting sounds and ideas. One second he's a gang banger the next he's warning us about being a gangbanger, then he's all about the west coast, then he's all about uniting east and west. It has nothing to do with theme and everything to do with quality consistency and integrity.



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