Boomkat Product Review:
Now while I've been waiting patiently for New Flesh's third album I'll definetely scrub it from my 2005 wish list if this album from Part 2 cuts it even half as killa-styles as 'Understanding' did back in early 2002. Three and a half years later comes 'Live From The Breadline' a fifteen track bouncement ting update thing fusing Part 2's dope production knack with guest vocals taking the music into many areas of black street music uk 2005 proof. 'Will It Ever' sounds chart bound to my ears, Sandra Melody having a vocal style perfectly suited to crossing over. The rap grime dry tech boom jam 'One Of Dem Days' with Fallacy ticks all the right boxes if you like your stuff gimmik free. 'Rose Tinted Glasses' drops into a jamdown Roots Manuva vibe with the vocz of Lotek, LSK and Tomo. Juice Aleem brings the bad dapa rapshiz on the crazy uptempo steppin' 'Chasin', pimp the bassline. Toasty Taylor drops nuff tuffness on 'Sow Seeds' and on it goes. Maybe not as eye poppingly shockout as some of Part's prior adventures in sound, this album still stands tall and proud over near all the competition. Warmly recommended.