Review #228: De La Soul Is Dead, De La Soul

Review #228: De La Soul Is Dead, De La Soul

One of the things I appreciated about our last album, Here’s Little Richard (#227) was its compactness. De La Soul Is Dead is twice as long as Little Richard’s debut, and I’ll admit to having been a little overwhelmed at first.

But the great thing about a long album done right is that there’s so much to sink your teeth…

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