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Fugees 21//1994

Review

Two years before their platinum-selling breakthrough, THE SCORE, the New Jersey trio also known as the Tranzlator Crew hit the scene with 18 decidedly harder boom-bap tracks built on high-energy shout raps. On bass-heavy and fevered drum-fueled cuts like “Nappy Heads,” “Recharge,” and “How Hard Is It?” Wyclef, Lauryn, and Pras let loose frantic tag-team flows reminiscent of early-'90s crews like Fu-Schnickens and Leaders of the New School, while the laidback, acoustic guitar-driven beat of “Vocab” and the dancehall-infused “Temple” would give inklings of the group’s later direction.
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Introduction Fugees 1:14
  3. 2 Nappy Heads Fugees 4:29
  4. 3 Blunted Interlude Fugees 6:47
  5. 4 Recharge Fugees 5:7
  6. 5 Freestyle Interlude Fugees 1:8
  7. 6 Vocab Fugees 5:0
  8. 7 Special News Bulletin Interlude Fugees 0:21
  9. 8 Boof Baf Fugees 5:6
  10. 9 Temple Fugees 4:2
  11. 10 How Hard Is It? Fugees 3:49
  12. 11 Harlem Chit Chat Interlude Fugees 0:50
  13. 12 Some Seek Stardom Fugees 3:39
  14. 13 Giggles Fugees 4:19
  15. 14 Da Kid from Haiti Interlude Fugees 0:59
  16. 15 Refugees on the Mic Fugees 4:56
  17. 16 Living Like There Ain't No Tomorrow Fugees 3:59
  18. 17 Shout Outs from the Block Fugees 9:14
  19. 18 Nappy Heads [Remix] Fugees 5:17

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