Devilboy - I agree about Paul's Boutique. It took them a long time to make that record, and all of the music was produced by the Dust Brothers in LA. When that album dropped, the casual "Fight For Your Right to Party" fans didn't know what to make of it, and initial sales were disappointing. However, I remember watching a documentary several years ago that interviewed a bunch of other rap artists at the time. Their reaction was more like "Oh Sh*t." Rap music production and beats have just gone to a new level. Our old DJ spinning James Brown samples isn't going to cut it anymore. Some of them were actually panicked that they wouldn't be able to keep up with the new style. However, when Pauls' Boutique didn't sell that well, they uncrossed their fingers, exhaled, and went back to their old, simple ways. Year later, people started to realize what a gem Paul's Boutique was, and how awesome the Dust Brothers were.