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But this is nothing like a hip-hop record. Its most damning feature, though, is that it feels like an exercise in adolescent accusation and revenge; its insincere apologies are nearly nauseating. Dragging You Around Greg Laswell.
It comes to a big, nearly cinematic climax, letting the listener know that Landline is supposed to be a “big” record.