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Album Review

As one of hip-hop's most charismatic contemporary crews, Jurassic 5 have been laying down positive lyrics with true school-influenced rhyme schemes for years. Album three is more of the same from the tight-knit quintet of MCs, but that's certainly no complaint. With solid production from DJ Nu-Mark, Salaam Remi, and Scott Storch, the J5 prove themselves to be the masters of feel-good backpack rap. While some hip-hop purists may be quick to point out the crossover feel of this record (which includes two guest spots from the Dave Matthews Band), Jurassic 5 manage to stay true to their original sound, making the offbeat collaborations work and putting down some of the most consistently clever flows of hip-hop's third decade.

Customer Reviews

A Humongous Dissappointment

I've been waiting for this album for years and it finally comes out. I almost wish it never came out. I don't listen to a lot of Hip-Hop and Rap, but J5 were always doing something more interesting than everyone else; they were ahead of the curve. Unfortunately, this albums shows me that they are behind the curve, very far behind the curve. This album isn't even worth two dollars. Download "Red Hot" and get away from the rest!

Not even close to Quality Control or Power in Numbers

I am a big fan of J5 and have been listening to them for years, but was very disappointed with their latest release! There are a few good tracks (Back 4 U) but for the most part it sounded like I was back in the early days of hip hop with synthetic noises and crappy sound. I respected them for their cutting-edge techniques but they failed to accomplish any of this on Feedback. BOOOOO!!!!

Killer Album..

I have been listening to FEEDBACK for a few weeks now, and it rules. In the House, Red Hot, Canto de Ossanha, Turn It Out, are all awesome songs. Many will like Work It Out with DMB, and I am one of them, but it is a different type of song from them. If you like hip-hop with awesome beats, NuMark has done it for these guys on this album. I miss Cut Chemist, but after a few songs you'll be ok with the one DJ set up for this album.


Formed: 1993 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Though there's actually six of them, Jurassic 5 got everything else right on their self-titled debut EP. Part of the new rap underground of the late '90s (along with Company Flow, Mos Def, Dr. Octagon, and Sir Menelik), the sextet -- rappers Marc 7even, Chali 2na, Zaakir, and Akil, plus producers Cut Chemist and DJ Nu-Mark -- came together in 1993 at the Los Angeles café/venue named the Good Life. The six members were part of two different crews, Rebels of Rhythm and Unity Committee; after collaborating...
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