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Objects In The Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear (Artemis Records)

By: Alex Steininger

Chuck D of Public Enemy is one of the finest rappers to ever hit the mic, mixing political and social content with hard-hitting beats that nearly floored all that gave his music a listen. And though he contributes lyrics to this album (as Mistachuck), even he can't save this band from its bad mixture of funk, rap, and metal. Throw this band on the radio and I'm sure the kids will eat them up. But, just like Limp Bizkit, this band is overly annoying. And unlike Run DMC and Aerosmith, just can't do the rap-metal thing that well. I'll give it a C-.
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