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Underrated

This album is too often forgotten. A very fun and well produced album, one of my favorites. Too bad more people don't appreciate it.

Stunning

This album is perfect. The music is beautifully written and so smooth. The lyrics fit seamlessly into all the songs and the artists they chose to sing fit the tone of Rome perfectly. Best album to listen to while driving.

Sing for me Clint

Really cool album. Its a modern day spaghetti western. Jack White can do no wrong in my eyes....the guy is just a genious that I would love to work with someday. I have a new appreciation for Nora Jones after listening to this record. Good stuff!! The instrumentals aree great mood setters

Biography

Born: July 29, 1977 in White Plains, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Brian Burton, the man better known as artist/producer Danger Mouse, was born to a schoolteacher father and a social worker mother in White Plains, NY, but spent much of his childhood upstate in Spring Valley. When he was 13, his family moved to Stone Mountain, a suburb of Atlanta, where he was introduced to the hip-hop sounds of the South and Midwest. Though Burton had always wanted to be a cartoonist while growing up, the opportunity to attend college on a full scholarship appealed to the 18-year-old,...
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