16 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tha Alkaholiks’ final album served up one more round of rowdy anthems to an audience that had remained faithful for almost 15 years. While the trio’s style could seem frivolous to the more uptight sections of the hip-hop establishment, “Party Ya Ass Off,” “Drink Wit Us,” and “On the Floor” affirm the timelessness of their tactics. While their peers were pulled down by petty quarrels, The Liks focused on the only things that really matter in life: community and carnival. And if you don’t believe they packed a punch, just listen to the Danger Mouse–produced “Chaos.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tha Alkaholiks’ final album served up one more round of rowdy anthems to an audience that had remained faithful for almost 15 years. While the trio’s style could seem frivolous to the more uptight sections of the hip-hop establishment, “Party Ya Ass Off,” “Drink Wit Us,” and “On the Floor” affirm the timelessness of their tactics. While their peers were pulled down by petty quarrels, The Liks focused on the only things that really matter in life: community and carnival. And if you don’t believe they packed a punch, just listen to the Danger Mouse–produced “Chaos.”

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