A story about "Hop" — 1 year ago
are you shitting me?
are you shitting me?
I loved the first half of this album, and although the rest is certainly worth your time the first half of the album is an absolute classic from “Divine Intervention” to “Winona” it’s on track to become an all time great. Unfortunately, it goes off the rails a bit form there.
Leaked…will buy it when it’s released for certain
I made a mistake and didn’t update this comment AFTER I finished consuming it. In turn I didn’t buy it because I didn’t actually like it. Sadly, I suspect this is why labels fear downloading music for free.
Thanks to Cory Doctorow for reinvigorating my love of Sci-Fi. When I was a kid, all I read was Science Fiction. As I got older, I found much of it lacking. Mostly I read non fiction and political works. I have to say that this book (which I blazed through in a matter of days) left me wanting more of this style and voice. I highly recommend picking it up. Plus, the ebook is available online for free..
not as funny as super troopers, and certainly not worth purchase, but for a weekend rental, it does the job
If you’re looking for something to listen to as you daydream about drinking white lightning out of a mason jar on top of your Auntee’s tomb in St. Bernard Parish. This is the album for you. Not nearly as accessably as Dr. Johns Gumbo but very much worth a listen.
sure, it’s no a full blown album, but Talib can do much better. It could be that i have such high hopes that I’m disappointed, but I just feel like with the talent he had assembled for this album, it could’ve been much better. The fault i find it with the beats and the production sound disjointed and don’t match the vocals..
I absolutly loved this movie. Sure there were some grotesque moments, but overall the violence matched perfect with the hard boiled dialouge and setting. See it!
it’s just a little to dense to go it alone. In a classroom setting this might be a good introduction. But for someone alone, I think it’s a little thick.
If you like comedy in the vein of the Marx brothers, you will enjoy this one. Made by the dynamic Zucker Brothers (airplane, Kentucky fried move, et al), it features the great actor John Tutoro in an odd role as the “Groucho” member of the group. Pick it up. It’s sweet, quick and painless.