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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

The James Brown of hip-hop uses his psycho-manic energy and staccato growl to full effect on this spare, eclectic effort. [11/10/00, p.90]

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91
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

The James Brown of hip-hop uses his psycho-manic energy and staccato growl to full effect on this spare, eclectic effort. [11/10/00, p.90]

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90
New Musical Express: 

Let's Get Ready', Mystikal's fourth LP and his first Billboard chart-topper, is one wholesale fighting muthaf**ker, a full theatre of opportunities to offer the world outside. Women? Mystikal will take you down for one. Or, preferably, two. Reputation? Come see about him. Neighbourhood? You don't wanna go there... Mystikal is the fightingest bastard and his grin's never wider than when he's putting the hurt on.

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80
Spin: 

With such a steady-rocking formula, the record loses from repetition (and occasional knuckleheadedness) but gains mightily from shaking the groove with rhythm switches and guest voices. [Nov. 2000, p.203]

80
Spin: 

With such a steady-rocking formula, the record loses from repetition (and occasional knuckleheadedness) but gains mightily from shaking the groove with rhythm switches and guest voices. [Nov. 2000, p.203]

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