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You Can't Stop the Bum Rush

LEN

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Album Review

The debut by the Canadian four-piece LEN is a set of old-school tracks indebted to Sugar Hill Records and Afrika Bambaataa as well as more recent indie-rap agitators like the Beastie Boys. While the rapping is a bit stilted, the production is excellent and best heard on the first track, the monster hit "Steal My Sunshine," a bright slice of indie-pop with an old-school guitar loop and a suitably bumping bassline. For all of the great tracks here, it's difficult to escape the feeling that You Can't Stop the Bum Rush is a low-rent version of the Beastie Boys' 1998 album Hello Nasty — Biz Markie makes a few appearances as he did with the Beasties, and master turntablist Mr. Dibbs takes the role of Mix Master Mike with major contributions to one (very short) track. Still, the album's few derivative qualities never really get in the way of an enjoyable listen.

Customer Reviews

YAY!!

Been waiting for this!!!!!! The sound track to my 1999 summer!!!!!

U N D E R R A T E D

Very Underrated and I mean it!

It just makes you happy listening to it.

I grew up listening to this. I absolutely love it. You can't really describe this album. BUY IT.

Biography

Formed: 1991

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The alternative pop/dance group Len was formed in Toronto in 1991 by Marc "The Burger Pimp" Costanzo and his sister Sharon, initially to perform punk-pop-style music. However, an outside interest in hip-hop gradually crept into the group's style over the course of the EP and two full-length independent albums they issued from 1992-1996 (including 1996's Get Your Legs Broke). As time passed, Len picked up new members, including D Rock, DJ Moves, and Planet Pea. National exposure of the bright, laid-back...
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