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scyther
September 27th 2009



1606 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Tap water builds character
Right, I irrigate it straight to mainline
You want to do the same? Fine
These pretty profit grommet teams solidify the clot to slippery city salt piston pump drain

deathmetal101
November 2nd 2009



300 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"no regrets" is my favorite track.......its awesome


cirq
December 12th 2009



9263 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lllifes not a bitch, lifes a beautiful woman, you only call her a bitch cuz she wont let you get that pussy

russano
April 12th 2010



12 Comments


Album is gorgeous, but neg on review

WilliaMega
April 15th 2010



112 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Emo rap? stfu!

louisinchains6
May 18th 2010



1 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

No kidding. Emo has nothing to do with hip-hop. It's supposed to mean emotional hardcore, nothing else. Anyway, I think the songs on this album sound similar only because there is a theme represented in all of them that makes it a more coherent group. His other albums don't sound exactly like this.

Inveigh
May 18th 2010



24944 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Anyway, I think the songs on this album sound similar only because there is a theme represented in all of them that makes it a more coherent group. His other albums don't sound exactly like this. That's a good thing.

fucking this.

I've always loved whole contrast between his conscious and subconscious on this record, personified through the work/life balance stories he tells, which is pretty much every song on here but it's easiest to identify in No Regrets, Battery and 9-5ers Anthem.

Digging: YOB - Clearing The Path To Ascend

Mclovin
May 29th 2010



293 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

As said earlier, great review, but the intro's pretty meh.
God I love this album - this was my introduction to good rap.

Inveigh
June 10th 2010



24944 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I think this needs a new review, but I'm not sure I'm ambitious enough to try to summarize my feelings on this album. I might start with Appleseed instead.

OhCaptain
June 17th 2010



199 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This album is amazing

Counterfeit
June 17th 2010



17819 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah. It really, really is.

cirq
June 17th 2010



9263 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

i agree

rezidemc
July 15th 2010



2 Comments


This is a great album, Aesop's strongest in my opinion.

No Regrets doesn't have another MC, just Aesop.

scissorlocked
August 17th 2010



3509 Comments


With blockhead as a producer this guy has a strong advantage

everyone must remember this

Digging: Leon Vynehall - Music For The Uninvited

foreverendeared
August 17th 2010



14678 Comments


I need to listen to this guy more. I only have his Daylight EP and I have Felt III which his production on was fucking amazing.

Any suggestions to what Aesop LP I should check out first?

scissorlocked
August 17th 2010



3509 Comments


I've started with this one first and it seems like a good beggining

however i'm not like the Aesop rock specialist so any other suggestion could be useful

foreverendeared
August 17th 2010



14678 Comments


m'kay I'll just hope some other people give me their input too and I'll pick the most common recommendation. Thanks though

Counterfeit
August 17th 2010



17819 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this. then float.

Inveigh
August 17th 2010



24944 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

None Shall Pass is the most accessible, but this is his best.

and yeah, having Blockhead definitely helps, but Aesop has made at least 50% of his own beats over the course of his career. I think he only did like 3 of them on this album though

Maniac!
October 6th 2010



26250 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Picked this album up again after a long break from it. His flow never gets old



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