Big Boi Sir Lucious Left Foot
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AggravatedYeti
July 23rd 2010



7684 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

100%

StrizzMatik
July 23rd 2010



3175 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Album is so fucking great. Can't wait to see what Andre will answer it with, chances it won't touch this haha. "Weak link" my ass

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cbmartinez
July 23rd 2010



2525 Comments


chorus to follow us is absolutely terrible

everything else on the record rules, the singles are still my favorite tracks though, along with Daddy Fat Sax. one of the best of the year

lobby
July 24th 2010



1251 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

still warming up to this

AtavanHalen
July 24th 2010



17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

IT'S DA SON OF CHICO DUSTY

qwe3
July 24th 2010



21353 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

is that a fucking AIDA sample in General Patton?

fuck yeah

Inveigh
July 24th 2010



24795 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yep, album still owns shit

robertsona
Staff Reviewer
July 24th 2010



14986 Comments


the beat for shine blockas is so good

kingsoby1
Emeritus
July 25th 2010



4940 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

out of every track on here, shine blockas strikes me as the only "normal" song. i mean there's really nothing special about it tbh. its the only one i skip

eleventhsun
July 25th 2010



1475 Comments


No bad tracks??

Be Still with Jannelle Monae is absolutely horrid (for me) And I don't dig her solo stuff either. I could barely get through the first listen. Also could live without the one with Jamie Foxx.

Rest is good so far.

Javi450
July 25th 2010



79 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

SHAKE IT LIKE A TAMBOURINE SHAKE IT LIKE A TAMBOURINE lol god that song is sooo catchy


eleventhsun
July 26th 2010



1475 Comments


@ Javi

While I like that song, I hate that hook. Reminds me of all the other stupid catchy hooks the braindead girls fall for..

shake it like a Polaroid picture...ughhh hate pop culture.

Skimaskcheck
July 26th 2010



2360 Comments


My point is that I was able to come to that realization because I came to this one:

Sir Lucious Left Foot is a smart album for stupid people.

haha, amazing, i laughed a lot

will have to get this since i'm stupid and all

Electric City
Staff Reviewer
July 26th 2010



15727 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

shake it like a Polaroid picture...ughhh hate pop culture.


or just outkast, apparently

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AtavanHalen
July 26th 2010



17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ughh hate pop culture YEAH MAN YOU'RE FUCKING DEEP AS SHIT

TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
July 27th 2010



7026 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It reminded me a lot more of "Shake it like a saltshaker". What was that song?

And: "Be Still with Jannelle Monae is absolutely horrid (for me) And I don't dig her solo stuff either." I think it's pretty obvious why you didn't like that song.

eleventhsun
July 27th 2010



1475 Comments


Who said anything about being "deep" ??? Give me a break

I just don't like silly hooks, like those ones.. And Outkast aren't the only one's who write them. Not to mention I very much enjoy Outkast, besides the odd couple of songs.



eleventhsun
July 27th 2010



1475 Comments


@ TMobotron - It is obvious why I don't like that song. I dislike the Jannelle Monae part, as well as finding the song to be boring, especially compared to the rest of the album.

Captain North
July 28th 2010



6779 Comments


The most annoying thing about this review, is you're calling people who don't know the technicalities of music stupid.

Electric City
Staff Reviewer
July 28th 2010



15727 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

but the thing is im really not its just a writing device meant to get your attention then i spend the next 800 words qualifying that statement to ensure that people shouldn't think that



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