Almost Famous (Living Legends album)

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Almost Famous
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Studio album by Living Legends
Released October 10, 2001 (2001-10-10)
Genre Alternative hip hop
Length 73:35
Label Legendary Music
Producer Eligh, The Grouch, Sunspot Jonz
Living Legends chronology
Almost Famous
(2001)
Creative Differences
(2004)
Singles from Almost Famous
  1. "Gotta Question for Ya / Night Prowler / Forces of Nature"
    Released: 2001
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
The A.V. Club favorable[1]
The Badger Herald favorable[2]

Almost Famous is a studio album by American hip hop group Living Legends. It was released in 2001.

Reception[edit]

Nathan Rabin of The A.V. Club gave the album a favorable review, saying: "Living Legends' grandiose moniker may be ironic and self-deprecating, but Almost Famous should go a long way toward establishing the members of this oversized crew as legitimate underground hip-hop heroes."[1]

It ranked at number 28 on the CMJ Hip-Hop chart.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Gotta Question for Ya" Eligh 5:13
2. "Night Prowler" (featuring Slug) The Grouch 4:00
3. "That Looks Good" Eligh 4:35
4. "Black Glass" The Grouch 3:55
5. "Rabbit Hole" Eligh 4:24
6. "Common Ground" (featuring JC) The Grouch 4:44
7. "Flawless" Eligh 6:33
8. "What Would I Be" (featuring N8 the GR8 and Krush) Eligh 4:02
9. "Anything You Want" Sunspot Jonz 3:26
10. "Gift Wrap" The Grouch 4:38
11. "War Games" Eligh 4:23
12. "Forces of Nature" Eligh 4:34
13. "Osaka Tales" The Grouch 4:42
14. "Soap Boxin" The Grouch 4:11
15. "Not Here" (featuring Pep Love and Jo Wilkinson) The Grouch 5:06
16. "Nothing Less" (featuring Slug) The Grouch 4:26

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rabin, Nathan (March 29, 2002). "Living Legends: Almost Famous". The A.V. Club. Retrieved November 28, 2015. 
  2. ^ "Living Legends 'almost famous' following latest release". The Badger Herald. February 21, 2002. Retrieved November 28, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Hip-Hop". CMJ New Music Report (744): 17. December 24, 2001. 

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