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    Steve 'Flash' Juon of RapReviews gave the album 7 and a half stars out of 10, stating "In the end what's going on here is perfectly obvious after adding all these clues up and listening to songs on "." Sooner or later you'll hear something you recognize from another Bone album, or Bone mixtape, or a song that was leaked to the internet around the time of "BTNHResurrection" or "Thug World Order" that for inexplicable reasons never appeared on those CD's. Quite simply this is a desperate Ruthless Records attempting to cash in on all of the available Bone Thugs material they have they could dig up out the vaults or remix to release. As such it's probably not entirely ethical to support an album like ".," especially as it's likely none of the rappers involved will ever see a dime from it, and yet songs like the DJ Uneek produced "Everyday Thugs" and Rick Rock's "Not That Nigga" are the kind of classic smooth Bone shit fans have come to know and love, and for nostalgia's sake it is good to hear Bizzy reunited with his comrades. This album is right for all the wrong reasons, so the real shame of "." is that Bone's current label couldn't acquire these songs from their former label to promote them the RIGHT way. If you know what you're getting into and you're comfortable with the fact this is not really new material, "." is an acceptable album released in an appropriately "ruthless" manner."

    from the album E. 1999 Eternal · Copyright: Writer(s): Marvin Isley, Rudolph Bernard Isley, Ronald Isley, Christopher Howard Jasper, O'kellyIsley Jr, Charles Scruggs, Steven Howse, Anthony Henderson, Bryon Mccane, Ernie Isley Lyrics Terms of Use

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