|2. I Don't Care|
|3. Don't Say Nuthin'|
|4. Guns Are Drawn|
|5. Stay Cool|
|8. Somebody's Gotta Do It|
|9. Duck Down!|
|10. Why (What's Goin On?)|
Being a young hip-hop fan I am not familar with the majority of The Roots earlier works so in my perspective is not comparing this to other records but instead judging it purely... Read morePublished on Nov. 16 2004 by Khamhal
this cd was really great but i honestly expected a little more from the group. keep up the good work though. this cd is worth buying.Published on Sept. 11 2004 by "ian_maningas"
This may be the best hip hop record of 2004. Although it may not be the best ROOTS album (all of their albums are great), it is a great album nontheless. Read morePublished on July 19 2004
I've never delved into the Roots too deeply, despite being a hip-hop fanatic. This is album had me on the first listen. Read morePublished on July 19 2004 by Scott Sandler
roots jamb but check out afroman and his doubleneck guitar and the 2 zigzags and mr. mixx. afroholic even better times. join the streetteam.
Let me start by saying I love The Roots. So maybe my disappointment is based in the fact I keep wanting them to take their music to the next level on each disc. Read morePublished on July 18 2004 by G. H. Avery
The Roots are truly a frustrating Band on so many levels. on One there attitude is do as they please,but on the Other as Industry Vets you still wonder what is gonna happen if they... Read morePublished on July 17 2004 by MAXIMILLIAN MUHAMMAD
While not quite as tight as the earlier work, this album definitlely "feels" more like the Roots then Phrenology. Read morePublished on July 17 2004 by John H Euell