Music Reviews

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17
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Clever at times but disturbing. Not for kids!
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By Ludacris
(2003)
AGE
17
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Some good material, but not enough for double CD.
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By Outkast
(2003)
AGE
17
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Formulaic production, objectionable content.
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By Tupac
(2003)
AGE
17
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There's a lot for parents to be cautious about.
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By Jay-Z
(2003)
AGE
17
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Kelis loves sex -- as her CD makes clear.
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By Kelis
(2003)
AGE
17
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Lackluster performances and writing -- and sexist.
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By Chingy
(2003)
AGE
17
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A solid CD, but absolutely not for kids.
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By Twista
(2004)
AGE
17
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Bad singing, obscene lyrics, nothing redeeming.
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By Eamon
(2004)
AGE
17
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Packs edgy emotional wallop; best for older teens.
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By Kanye West
(2004)
AGE
17
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Rap for only the most mature older teens.
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By Eminem
(1999)
AGE
17
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Art at its most angry and offensive; NOT for kids.
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By Eminem
(2000)
AGE
17
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Very explicit; for mature older teens only.
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By Eminem
(2002)
AGE
17
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Minimal musicianship and nasty posturing.
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By J-Kwon
(2004)
AGE
17
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Cliched bad-boy lyrics and explicitness.
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By Cassidy
(2004)
AGE
17
QUALITY
 
Zigzags between offensive and funny; not for kids.
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By D 12
(2004)
AGE
17
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Self-defined supergroup falls flat.
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By Velvet Revolver
(2004)
AGE
17
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The Hunger for More will leave you hungry.
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By Lloyd Banks
(2004)
AGE
17
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Offensive from beginning to end
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By Lil Wayne
(2004)
AGE
17
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This sexy, rootsy reggae is not for kids.
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By Beenie Man
(2004)
AGE
17
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Young Buck makes war, not love
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By Young Buck
(2004)

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