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Water Street

Sweatshop Union

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Customer Reviews

Great album, bad format

This album is great. From energetic funky tracks to slow, moving pieces, but always with skillfull lyrics and delivery. Sweatshop has come even further with this one - if you like their older stuff, they keep getting better! It's a must have. Too bad Apple won't let me have the whole album I bought and I'm not allowed to (re?)download or report missing tracks because I reported other issues I had with it (vanishing cover art on iPod) so it looks like CD is still the way to go. I'll probably get banned for this, but oh well; I've already been burned.

Brilliant

Seriously, buy this immediatley. You won't be dissapointed.

Another fun album

This is a really fun album to listen to. If you have liked previous SU albums then you will love this. I love how they create some really intelligent music and lyrics. Some really funny samples. I loved it. A must have!!!

Biography

Formed: Canada

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

An MC collective based in Vancouver, Sweatshop Union was formed in 2000 by a trio of groups — Dirty Circus, I.B.S. (Innocent by Standers), and Creative Mindz — plus solo rapper Kyprios, who all wanted to cut costs and improve efficiency. They self-released their self-titled debut, then watched the buzz take over and earn the album a...
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