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Spiritual Minded
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by: KRS ONE & THE TEMPLE OF HIP HOP


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Price: $14.77
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Koch Records
EAN: 0099923836322
Item Dimensions: 2550021550
Label: Koch Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Koch Records
MPN: MFR099923836322#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: January 22, 2002
Publisher: Koch Records
Release Date: January 22, 2002
Studio: Koch Records




Disc 1:
  1. Opening
  2. Lord Live Within My Heart
  3. Take Your Tyme
  4. Take It To God
  5. Good Bye
  6. South Bronx 2002
  7. Never Give Up
  8. T Bone Speaks
  9. Tears
  10. The Struggle Continues (Choose Your Way)
  11. The Conscious Rapper
  12. T-Bone Speaks Again
  13. Trust
  14. Come To The Temple
  15. Ain't Ready
  16. God Is Spirit
  17. Know Thy Self
  18. G. Simone Speaks
  19. Dayz Ahead
  20. Power
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Krs-One/Temple Of Hip Hop ~ Spiritual Minded

Amazon.com:
As hip-hop eats itself and continues to digest everything else around it, so does KRS-One. After performing every other recognizable rap subgenre, from "gangsta" to "battle" and "conscious," the Blastmaster goes gospel this time around. On "God Is Spirit," he teams up with talented gospel MC and Notorious B.I.G. soundalike B.B. Jay with decent results, while "Power" sounds way more gospel than hip-hop. The themes of redemption and rebirth run throughout the album, especially on "Tears," which is dedicated to the lives lost on September 11, 2001, and "Good-Bye", which pays homage to fallen hip-hop soldiers like Scott La Rock and Eazy E, among others. You do get a small taste of the rapper you grew to love on "The Conscious Rapper," a brilliant essay that takes you through the trials and tribulations of a "conscious" MC, so the album's not entirely bad. But the problem is the beats. KRS-One self-produced more than a quarter of the album, while the rest of the underwhelming rhythm tracks cooked up by mediocre knob twiddlers Domingo and DJ Tine Tim ultimately sink this project. Spiritually Minded is no Criminal Minded. --Dalton Higgins



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