So... How's Your Girl?

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So... How's Your Girl
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Studio album by Handsome Boy Modeling School
Released October 19, 1999
Genre Trip hop[1]
Length 60:30
Label Tommy Boy Records
Producer Dan The Automator, Prince Paul
Handsome Boy Modeling School chronology
So... How's Your Girl
White People
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[2]
Pitchfork Media (5.0/10)[3]
RapReviews (10/10)[4]
Robert Christgau (A)[1]
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars[5]

So... How's Your Girl? is the debut album by Handsome Boy Modeling School, released on the label Tommy Boy Music. It makes liberal use of sound bites from the 1990 episode "The Prettiest Week of My Life" of the sitcom Get a Life, an episode in which the main character decides to attend the "Handsome Boy Modeling School". The album was named the #2 best album of 1999 by Spin magazine.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Rock n' Roll (Could Never Hip Hop Like This)" – 4:21
  2. "Magnetizing" (Featuring Del the Funky Homosapien) – 6:11
  3. "Metaphysical" (Featuring Miho Hatori & Mike D) – 3:24
  4. "Look At This Face (Oh My God They're Gorgeous)" – 1:59
  5. "Waterworld" (Featuring Encore) – 5:22
  6. "Once Again (Here to Kick One For You)" (Featuring Grand Puba & Sadat X) – 4:01
  7. "The Truth" (Featuring J-Live & Róisín Murphy) – 5:35
  8. "Holy Calamity (Bear Witness II)" (Featuring DJ Quest & DJ Shadow) – 4:01
  9. "Calling The Biz" (Featuring Biz Markie) – 0:50
  10. "The Projects (P Jays)" (Featuring Del the Funky Homosapien & Dave) – 4:28
  11. "Sunshine" (Featuring Father Guido Sarducci, Josh Haden, Money Mark, Paula Frazer & Sean Lennon) – 4:09
  12. "Modeling Sucks" – 1:02
  13. "Torch Song Trilogy" (Featuring Sensational) – 3:55
  14. "The Runway Song" (Featuring Kid Koala) – 4:48
  15. "Megaton B-Boy 2000" (Featuring Alec Empire & El-P) – 4:57
  16. "Father Speaks" – 1:27

Song information and samples[edit]

"Holy Calamity" is a sequel to the Dr. Octagon song "Bear Witness" from his 1996 album Dr. Octagonecologyst.


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