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Customer Reviews

Busdriver Rules!

Tight! very tight, Mister Bus Driver is always ahead of time and this album proves it.

There are no words

There is no-one out there like Busdriver. He's weird, he's funny, and this album is amazing.

Big Dissapointment

First let me say I am a huge Busdriver fan. Second let me say his last album "Roadkill Overcoat" was a classic. Therfore I was expecting this release to top it and it has not done that by any means. But, the good thing is it's not exactly all Busdrivers fault if you want to look on the bright side. Busdrivers lyrics are as witty as ever, but the production is just not there. On "Roadkill Overcoat" every song was brilliantly produced, therfore complementing Busdrivers lyrical genius perfectly. Unfortunatly on this album Busdriver was left high and dry. I don't know if Boom Bip produced this one, it doesn't sound like it, but if so I am very dissapointed. Still, if you are a Busdriver fan I would buy this album as there are a few classics. But if Busdriver was looking to win over some new fans, he sure didn't with this effort.


Born: February 12, 1978 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Possessing a hyper-literate, intellectual style of rapping augmented with dizzying elocution that would tongue-tie even the fiercest auctioneer, Busdriver is eclectic and eccentric enough to cite vocalese jazz singer Jon Hendricks as a primary influence. Born Regan Farquhar, the Los Angeles MC was introduced to hip-hop culture early -- his father wrote the screenplay to one of the earliest films focusing on hip-hop, Krush Groove. He began rapping at age nine, releasing his first record at age 13...
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Jhelli Beam (Bonus Track Version), Busdriver
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