The Family Sign ()


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Rapper Slug and producer Ant continue to evolve with their 2011 effort The Family Sign, a conceptual effort dealing with the family unit. No surprise that the duo that arguably invented emo-rap finds a lot of pain in family and growing up, and when Mom gets to "mourn for the touch of a punch" during "The Last to Say," it's downright devastating. Slug's lyrics are equally vivid and blunt, and after all these years of delivering therapy session rhymes, he still continues to impress, giving up the stark reality like few others ...

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  1. My Key
  2. The Last to Say
  3. Became
  4. Just for Show
  5. She's Enough
  6. Bad Bad Daddy
  7. Millennium Dodo
  8. Who I'll Never Be
  9. I Don't Need Brighter Days
  10. Ain't Nobody
  11. Your Name Here
  12. If You Can Save Me Now
  13. Something So
  14. My Notes
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