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This album deserves its obscurity
Levi Morton | 07/30/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Forget the politics, the album is just musically poor. Most of it boils down to pretty talentless, often amusical whiny chatter.
At the time, this lady was a girlfriend of one of the members of Public Enemy. She did get one song from them--Final Solution: Slavery's Back in Effect, and it is just so much better than anything else on the album that it's embarrassing. If you have to get anything from her, get the single."
Stars because of her BOLDNESS, I have much much Respect.
T. Caesar | Chicago Born | 12/21/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"(First Star taken off) because the sister cannot rap lol.. She either too angry or too eager to display any real talent... I am a HUGE fan of sister souljah as a person, as a political and activist figure representing our People... but I had to pop this CD out, I felt like she was screamin at me... Just yellin and angry (obviously)... But, I will simply hold on to it as a collectible out of respect and admiration for this woman of Power and Dignity. Some of the lyrics were a lil extra hateful, but you know... to each his own... I prefer to hear More about Resolutions than Problems.. but We can't address one without the other.. (Second Star taken off for that) This album didn't have enough of a balance for me, too much blame, not enough positive reinforcement of how we're going to overcome some of these obsticles Anyway.. I'm a proud black woman so I can do is respect the sister for her opinions. No regrets with this purchase."