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  • CD (29 septembre 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Edition limitée, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000009S3D
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Contains 6 Rare And Unreleased Bonus Tracks


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HASH(0x981d866c) étoiles sur 5 Underrated art 21 avril 2004
Par Gregory J. Cesare - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The reviewer who said "this album isn't as close to as great as their previous 3" has no place calling himself "probably the world's greatest tribe fan." Tribe put out 4 albums before The Love Movement, not 3.
Now that I got that off of my chest, I think the Love Movement is highly underrated. I think the members of Tribe knew exactly how they wanted to go out: subtly and smoothly. If you listen closely, you'll find that this album contains the same social consciousness that made them famous, particularly on tracks such as "The Love" and perhaps less obviously on songs such as "Give Me." But the most important statement this album makes is about love on all levels, a message that doesn't always have to come in a complex package. And quite simply, this is one of the most chill albums ever made.
Is "The Love Movement" their best work? Probably not. Is it a darn good hip hop album? You better believe it. All who were disappointed in this album should give it another spin.
I can't wait till Tribe makes their new millenium comeback in a few months...
By the way, to the reviewer who only counted 3 previous works, the one you left off is Beats, Rhymes, and Life, another underappreciated album.
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HASH(0x981d4e4c) étoiles sur 5 "After the love is gone..." 13 décembre 2001
Par Phil Watts, Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While I happily defended BEATS, RHYMES, & LIFE from the onslaught of disgruntled Tribe fans, I am not prepared to do the same with this album.
Whether it be the in-fighting between Tip & Phife, the label drama with Jive Records, or JayDee trying to juggle this & Slum Village's FANTASTIC VOL. 2 (FANTASTIC VOL. 2 was also suppose to be a 1998 release, until A&M Records shut down, and the album wound up being released in 2000 instead), THE LOVE MOVEMENT is not all it could have been.
The Ummah beatwork this time out seems rushed. Considering that the album was held back (it was originally suppose to be a Valentine's Day release...get it?) They at least could have polished it up a little bit more, as most of the production sounds unfinished. Meanwhile, Tip & Phife's chemistry doesn't seem to be...THERE anymore. It's seems that they just said their verses and go home. Even though they try to convey the LOVE aspect of the album, it's hard, considering that they were on the verge of splitting and can't show their chemisrty anymore.
While the first single, "FIND A WAY", has a pulse as far as chemistry goes, the others like "STEP IT UP", "PAD & PEN", "BUSTA'S LAMENT", "HOT 4 U", & "AGAINST THE WORLD", show that Tip & Phife are lost a duo. Other inexcuseable moments are "DA BOOTY" (Ugh. Too bad for words), "LIKE IT LIKE THAT" ("Do/You/Like it? Say 'yeah' if you like it like that". Nice hook, guys!), & "ROCK ROCK Y'ALL" (a very sucky track for a very mediocre posse cut!). The biggest crime is "GIVE ME". You see, Tip is planning on singing on his next solo project next year, and if this song 'GIVE ME', where Tip sings the hook, serves as an indication, Tip needs to stop it! NOW! It's as if the insomnia-curing beat, and the unwelcomed appearance of NORE are not enough to make you turn from this tripe.
This album has it's good moments, like "START IT UP", "FIND A WAY", "MUDDY RANKS", & "THE LOVE", but the album's real redeeming value are the unreleased remixes, which is the only thing about this CD that makes it worth the purchase.
Considering all that Tip, Phife, & Ali went through, splittig up was the right thing to do. If only they didn't go all out by releasing sub-par side album's (Tip's commercial tripe AMPLIFIED, Phife's coulda-been-better VENTILATION, and Ali's nonexistant contributions to the weak LUCY PEARL project) that made the Tribe look even worse.
Now that a major force in progressive hip-hop is gone, who's gonna take the weight?
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HASH(0x981d8b88) étoiles sur 5 atcq going out on a high note 16 mars 2001
Par Bryan Wilson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
it's almost impossible to review this cd without the obligatory comparison to old-school tribe, but i'm going to try anyway. as perhaps the first clearly defined concept album tribe called has released, "the love movement" certainly transmits a special, unqiue vibe. it's full of bass and more mellow tunes that focus principally, but not surprisingly, on love. it's not about the elation and passion of love; instead it's got more of a 60s peace and love flavor, which is refreshing. it's easy to group a lot of the songs under the same category because many sound so alike. the more upbeat songs, "steppin it up" and "rock rock y'all", though they're as good as anything here, seem a little out of place as a result. it makes the record hard to appreciate during the first couple listens. but there is quality here: "find a way" is a great song about the back-and-forth endearing frictions of a relationship; "common ground" spits the necessary wisdom about how to live and love. it's got more soul than anything on the record; "4 moms" is a nice little instrumental, but instantly likeable; you'll notice there's alot of synthesized bass on the cd, which is cool at first, but gets a little tired after a while. there's a couple weak tracks, especially "give me", which is the poorest they've done in years. sorry, but noreaga just doesn't fit with tribe - styles conflict distractingly. the extra six songs are nice to have, but don't all fit in. on top of that, they only drag out the length of an already way too long cd. such a concept album could only have worked well with something around 40-45 minutes, because it can really only hold your attention that long. it sounds silly, but it's true. however, there is enough quality material on here to merit a listen from fans or anyone interested in mellower rap. it's got a certain quality about it that makes it a keeper, so take a shot and give it a thorough listen, because it's the last (great) thing tribe ever did.
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HASH(0x981d83f0) étoiles sur 5 It's not the album I'd like to see the tribe disband with. 2 août 1999
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Format: CD
I am prolly one of the biggest Tribe Called Quest fans in the world and I'm gonna have to say this album isn't even close to as great as there first three albums were. This was the first album I bought of the Tribe and when I did, I thought that The Love Movement was the best album I've heard in a long time. Because of how much I loved the album I thought that I should buy all there albums and see how great they were. When I did I noticed that The Low End Theory, Midnight Mauraders, and Peoples Instinctive Travels were just unbelievably incredible. Thats when I became a huge Tribe fan. Back to The Love Movement though. I must say "Find A Way", "Common Ground", and "Busta's Laiment" are great songs with excellent lyrics as always and superb beats. Those 3 songs alone give the album a star. The rest of the first 15 songs are given another star and the bonus tracks deserve to give the album a third. If you were thinking about buying this album while not owning the first 3 albums of the Tribe, that might not be wise considering the extreme enjoyment and relaxation you can get from the first 3 excellent albums.
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HASH(0x981d8cd8) étoiles sur 5 The break-up ends this downhill slide ... 6 octobre 1998
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Format: CD
I've been a Tribe fan for a while, and have been waiting for this album since BR&L came out well over a year ago. It's a pretty disappointing album, all told. Too much of the production sounds exactly the same ... even worse than was the case with BR&L. Not one track of the new stuff, except possibly the track with Noreiga, has anything real interesting. The inclusion of the remixed stuff at the end was a bad idea ... every track at the end is better than almost all the stuff in the beginning. It shows how far Quest has fallen lately. That Scenario remix has been crying out for a release evre since the original Scenario 12" dropped years ago, and the jazz and oh mi god remixes just show how great and funky the Tribe sound was in the years up to Midnight Maurauders. I hope the breakup spurs Q-Tip to some good solo projects ... I'm afraid the group's creative juices dried up after MM, and Love Movement is the musical equivalent of an open casket.
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