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Top Customer Reviews
My favorite tracks: New Word Order, Spaceman, Mainstream 307, Tolerance Level.
Since Amazon.com does not allow reviewer to rate the album no star, I guess I would just give it 4 star.
This disc is a wonderful blend of old school and underground peppered with a myriad of tributes to the old school, pop culture references and who did they just sample? Trying to name the samples is a game in itself. True heads will appreciate the brillance of this LP. Both the lyrics and production are tight and Mek-a-lek's scratches keep near perfect time. BUY THIS ALBUM!!!
My favorites on this disc are Damage, Fresh and Tolerence.
"...I go to Fugazi shows and request Minor Threat songs."
Most recent customer reviews
This is what rap should be. Sage Francis has smooth, clear vocals, the samples and beats are from old jazz records and give the whole thing an old school feel. Read morePublished on June 10 2004 by IncredibleBulk
Knowing the previous works of Sage Francis with Joey Beats, the new Nonprophets' Hope album is up to, and beyond par to what the listener becomes accustomed to. Read morePublished on April 6 2004 by Hey You
Sage has always been a great MC from as far back as I can remember, now with Joe Beats on production Sage can really have fun with his music and it shows in this album. Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2004 by DJ-H-OS
Sage Francis may look like the unabomber, but this album exemplifies his quirky and whitty style at its best. Joe Beats has the best beats I have heard by him in this album.Published on Jan. 14 2004 by XxBoondocksxX
This is a tight album, possibly better than "Personal Journals", if that's even possible. Joe Beats is the best new producer right now and the tracks speak for... Read morePublished on Dec 19 2003 by Bijan Shamloo
Wow... my fellow "backpack-hoppers", yet another great work from Sage to savor. If one equates the essence of Sage Francis by his "Personal Journals," they... Read morePublished on Dec 16 2003
What did 'Personal Journals' lack? Well, obviously not much, Francis had a near flawless release, upping the ante for post millenial MC's everywhere. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 2003 by Karlito Brigante