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kingsoby1
Emeritus
December 12th 2008



4950 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

ya my album ratings effing rule

Tits McGee
December 12th 2008



1876 Comments


nice, you hit the nail on the head here

evilmegaman
December 13th 2008



174 Comments


The title track isn't bad.


he's a complete 100% sellout though.


meh

AlexTM510
December 13th 2008



1400 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

"i got shocked when i touched your hair"

"i'm gonna touch you where the sun don't shine"

lol

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discdolo
December 13th 2008



1 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

I say a 1 ..... commons best albums are resurrection, one day and like water. One day.. is slept on but its his last album with NO ID .. bring him bakc !!

kingsoby1
Emeritus
December 13th 2008



4950 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

sup dolo... glad you signed up.

Zippermouth
December 14th 2008



1305 Comments


worst review ever

What about me?
I saw a guy buying this yesterday, if only I had known! I could've warned him!

AtavanHalen
December 14th 2008



17927 Comments


Finding Forever wasn't even that bad.

Tyler
Emeritus
December 14th 2008



7926 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

It was pretty bad.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
December 14th 2008



4950 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

snipThis Message Edited On 12.14.08

foreverendeared
December 14th 2008



14678 Comments


it has a few good moments, but yeah for the most part, major suckage. Although i can't really claim to know all that much about hip-hop

kingsoby1
Emeritus
December 14th 2008



4950 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

it's really obvious that finding forever isn't very good, doesn't take massive amounts of understanding of the genre. this, of course, is a continued extension of that downward suckage spiral.

foreverendeared
December 14th 2008



14678 Comments


and the lame part is, this record will probably sell more copies than any of his other albums. which just proves that, in fact, the average person doesn't know anything about good music

heyseuss
December 14th 2008



384 Comments


Soby, I think you are the one who knows nothing of hip-hop if you can't respect someone enjoying a fine album made by one of the most respected MCs in the entire genre. Finding Forever is worth a listen no matter what kind of rap fan you are.This Message Edited On 12.14.08

Zippermouth
December 14th 2008



1305 Comments


Lol, if you thought this was bad, Souljaboytellem is gearing up to release an album too! Oh Goody!

kingsoby1
Emeritus
December 14th 2008



4950 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

nice troll bait guy.

if you can't respect someone enjoying a fine album made by one of the most respected MCs in the entire genre
must suck that no one takes you seriously.

heyseuss
December 14th 2008



384 Comments


Soby, Finding Forever is a relaxing album with perfect flow that appeals to many, many rap fans. For you to say that a person knows nothing of hip-hop because of his/her liking that album then you're elitist and confused about the actual people who listen to this stuff. You're opinion is hardly reasonable and you make no effort to prove why Finding Forever = bad hip-hop, so its the opinion coming from your keyboard that actually means nothing and shouldn't be taken seriously by anyone.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
December 14th 2008



4950 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

you're pretty enlightening, maybe you should be an anti-critic critic?

heyseuss
December 14th 2008



384 Comments


I'm only critical of critics who criticize in unnecessary, unreasonable ways.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
December 14th 2008



4950 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

good review cocaine, you are a scholar and a gentleman. i also enjoy your review of finding forever that identifies the beginning of common's downward spiral.This Message Edited On 12.14.08



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