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It may be the classic, and Garden Grove may be the shit, but too much radio play of too many songs have for now diminished this album's enjoyability on repeated listens. Perhaps that radio play helps to make it classic (come on, What I Got? I know, how is that NOT classic?), but 40 Oz will always have my money, and Robbin' the Hood I just enjoy more...
Robbin' the Hood

Proves they didn't need a label. And you really can't argue with Raleigh Theodore Sakers... You just can't, or you'll go to the sideboard, so, you know...
40 Oz. to Freedom

The suburban punk stoner's answer to Abbey Road. One of my all-time favortite albums.
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