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    Very good album and underrated. This was their 2nd album and i think it took them too long to release this because it came out 3 years after their first album Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde. I like the songs Groupie Therapy, Runnin(they had a video for this), Somethin That Means Somethin, Drop(they had a video for this and one of the Beastie Boys was in the video considering they sampled his voice from The Beastie Boys The New Style song), Hey You, Y, Moment In Time, The Hustle, Devil Music. I like the album pictures. This was the last album Fatlip did with them and they never recovered after he left.

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    the music on this one was more consistent than the first - not as experimental though

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    You're right. I like more songs on LabCabinCalifornia than Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde. I was listening to Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde yesterday. I like how their videos were different. I had never seen a video like Passin Me By with them standing upside down while women walked past them LOL. At the end of the video, it looks like Fatlip is sitting in a car and then when the camera goes away from him, he's sitting on a sidewalk with just the driver's side door hahahahahahahahahaha. Their Drop video was crazy and i liked it.

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    Yeah this is more of an album, it flows nicer and I love the beats I'd say its a classic with some dope Dilla production on here

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