None Shall Pass

Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass
Critic Score
Based on 17 reviews
2007 Ratings: #64 / 626
User Score
Based on 56 ratings
2007 Ratings: #18
August 28, 2007 / Release Date
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KengojiUltamYT
98
REEEEEMIX!
winitheju
89
Somewhere along the way this became one of my favorite rap albums
nullsethope
84
This slaps
brkn2biggrpcs
89
None Shall Pass stands out as Aesop's most direct and aggressive album. While earlier Aesop projects were slightly more abstract, and his more recent work has often involved more intimate lyrical adventures, NSP relentlessly portrays scenes from the underbelly of American capitalism while persistently taking aim at the authority figures who profit off the broken dreams of others.

Production duties are primarily split between Aes and frequent collaborator, Blockhead. When Aesop handled his own ... read more
Vitaminchick
70
This album has a good start but starts to get boring near the end.
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