Album review: Goodie Mob, Age Against The Machine (Warner Brothers)
In the 14 years since World Party, CeeLo Green has entirely overshadowed his former Goodie Mob friends, and that dynamic dominates this comeback reunion album. Which is no bad thing: whether he's blurting out a lyric about “white power” over a Moody Blues sample (“Power”) or joyously remembering “my very first white girl” (“Amy”), CeeLo burns with a fierce creative fire. Luckily, he's managed to hoist his old bandmates to a comparable level, and the result is a set of gripping, euphoric grooves carrying raps that indicate a new-found maturity.
Download: State Of The Art; Power; Special Education; Amy; I'm Set
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