first listened to this about a week or so ago and it's now one of my favorite albums. every song on it is a classic

goddamn it really is every single song that's a banger. the only other albums I've come across that have this level of quality consistently throughout are dylan's streak in the 1960s
the best flow in rap history is on this album, particularly on this song, with these lines:

"Packed up my tools for my raw power move
Glock 19 for casket and flower moves"

here's how fucking amazing the album is. you're listening to it, and then suddenly this comes on with the most badass reggae chorus

and of course let's not forget that the album has this classic on it too

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