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Freestylers: 'A Different Story… Vol 1'

'As kitsch as Frank Spencer’s tank-top'

Hosting a Hooch-fuelled rave in your dad’s shed after school? Well, here’s your soundtrack. Scratch that! We’ve just noticed it’s not 1998 any more. Wow, time really does fly when you’re Freestylers, producing albums like this. As kitsch as Frank Spencer’s tank-top, these mediocre beats and ’90s loops are merely a rump shake down memory lane. SS
3 / 10

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