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LL Cool J 9/9/2008

Review

Wrapped in what is possibly the most prog rock sleeve design in hip-hop history, Exit 13 marks LL Cool J's departure from Def Jam, the pioneering label the MC helped build. It begins with "It's Time for War," an embittered reclamation where he sounds more like he's shooing kids off his lawn than reigning over his territory. There are a couple tracks where LL sounds as on fire as ever, usually when his targets are specific rather than general, as on "You Better Watch Me" and "This Is Ring Tone M..." Still, the album's tone tilts toward the reactionary in its clear desire to sound just like a standard 2008 mainstream rap album, with unnecessary references to Petron and Cognac and in-your-face evidence that LL really wants you to know he's not behind the times. ~ Andy Kellman
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 It's Time for War LL Cool J 5:6
  3. 2 Old School New School LL Cool J 3:41
  4. 3 Feel My Heart Beat LL Cool J 3:21
  5. 4 Get Over Here LL Cool J 5:49
  6. 5 Baby LL Cool J 4:2
  7. 6 You Better Watch Me LL Cool J 4:20
  8. 7 Cry LL Cool J 4:15
  9. 8 Baby [Rock Remix] LL Cool J 3:7
  10. 9 Rocking with the G.O.A.T. LL Cool J 3:43
  11. 10 This Is Ring Tone M... LL Cool J 2:52
  12. 11 Like a Radio LL Cool J 3:34
  13. 12 I Fall in Love LL Cool J 3:57
  14. 13 Ur Only a Customer LL Cool J 2:18
  15. 14 Mr. President LL Cool J 4:36
  16. 15 American Girl LL Cool J 4:25
  17. 16 Speedin on Da Highway/Exit 13 LL Cool J 4:49
  18. 17 Come and Party with Me LL Cool J 4:37
  19. 18 We Rollin' LL Cool J 3:2
  20. 19 Dear Hip Hop LL Cool J 4:22

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