Audio Two

I Don't Care: The Album

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Best known for producing MC Lyte, Audio Two sold the most albums along the northeastern corridor. The Brooklyn group's late-'80s and early-'90s albums weren't remarkable, but had their moments. I Don't Care: The Album, has a few decent tracks, including the catchy "Start it Up, Y'all" (which features guest Lyte) and the obnoxious "Get Your Mother Off the Crack." But on the whole, the album is quite forgettable. The New York-sounding production, full of soul samples, is very predictable, and most of the lyrics are routine, run-of-the-mill boasting. Audio is at its lowest on "When Milk's On the Mic" and "Whatcha Lookin' At?," both of which are repugnant, hateful examples of overt gay-bashing. It's best to pass on this CD.

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