Label: Black Knight Enterprises - 880904100026 Format: CD Album, Stereo Country: US Genre: Hip Hop
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Album Notes. Setting him apart from the rest, this recording established Montgomery as the most formidable modern guitarist of the era, and eventually its most influential. Flanagan , at a time shortly after leaving his native Detroit, is the perfect pianist for this session. He plays forcefully but never overtly so on the bop tracks, offering up his trademark delicacy on the laid-back "Polka Dots and Moonbeams" and easy-as-pie "Gone with the Wind.
Koka plays like Bossolo Therapist while Bossolo explains to Dr. Koka how the Industry is oversaturated with a slew of feminist male rappers that support the female agenda and take on the appearance of the female human species. Bossolo takes no slack while bashing the new era of rappers that be wearing skinny jeans high heels and dresses, saying the whole Hip-Hop Industry needs a thug make over as he elborates very elegantly with a sense of humor.
Songs like "Product of Society" will hit the masses with the truth about the Media and their fear tactics how they push E coli, Y2k, Obama Care, Hiv, and Ebola on the mass public to generalize fear in America.
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