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Score [Clean]

FugeesAudio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (April 2, 1996)
  • Original Release Date: April 2, 1996
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000002BKP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #250,921 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Red Intro
2. How Many Mics
3. Ready Or Not
4. Zealots
5. The Beast
6. Fu-Gee-La
7. Family Business
8. Killing Me Softly With His Song
9. The Score
10. The Mask
11. Cowboys
12. No Woman, No Cry
13. Manifest/Outro
14. Fu-Gee-La (Refugee Camp Remix)
15. Fu-Gee-La (Sly & Robbie Mix)

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You know how they say "You can't have it all?" Well, the Fugees have come remarkably close to turning that truism on its head. The Score is the complete hip-hop album for the mid '90s. On one hand, their eclectic musical and lyrical points of reference posit them in the De La Soul/Basehead organic school, but they hold fiercely to the braggadocio/"sucka MC" tradition that is at the roots of rap. While the threesome are on the conscious tip, they avoid the clichés that weigh down the protests of so many of their overbearing, off-centric brethren. All those skirmishes between the hip-hop and R&B camps are blithely brushed aside by the Fugees, who jack up Roberta Flack's "Killing Me Softly with His Song." --Steven Stolder

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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful
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With four massive hit singles and 17 million copies shifted worldwide, the Fugees did, indeed, score big time in 1996 with "The Score." Never before had a rap act ever being so highly praised whilst managing to sell so many records. After 1994's "Blunted On Reality" passed by almost unnoticed, the Fugees pulled themselves together, seemingly matured by ten years and really knuckled down throughout 1995 - the result of which was The Score. Displaying a youthful exuberance fuelled with a wise-beyond-their-years knowledge of urban society, Wyclef Jean, Lauryn Hill and Prakazrel "Pras" smashed their way into the public conscious and firmly established themselves as one of the most talented and popular Hip-Hop acts of all time. They achieved this all within the space of two years and with one album which would sadly be their last...
Inflated egos and a desire to prove their impeccable solo talents (along with scraps within the group) resulted in the demised of one of the most lauded trios ever. What is left is a legacy which we can only hope will be resurrected someday - although with Lauryn (or Ms. Hill as she now prefers to be called) currently battling serious personal demons, the future doesn't look good (I hope that genius brings out another solo album - surely can't be as good as "The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill" though...can it?!). Success, fame and power tore them apart and this album is the only real thing we have left to remember them by.
Adopting the alias "Refugee Camp," the Fugees brought something fresh to the scene in the mid-90's. Their fusion of rap and pop was exciting and very ground-breaking. It sounds not so today, but eight years ago it definitely was - before everyone was ripping it off.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Fugees- The Score December 22, 2003
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The Fugees (Wyclef Jean, Lauryn Hill, Pras) sophomore album "The Score" (1996) is a first class album and deserves all the recognition it has recieved. Musically and lyrically the Fugees dropped a gem with this release, delivering an album to remember. What I appreciate most about this album is the variety of musical influences the Fugees use in there music whether it be Hip Hop, Soul, Reggae, Gospel or Blues. The Fugees do justice to the originals on there covers for "Killing Me Softly With His Song" (Roberta Flack) and "No Woman, No Cry" (Bob Marley), both of these songs are off the hook. I wont front either, I had never heard the original versions back in 96, but have since listened to and enjoyed them and become a Bob Marley fan, thanks to this album. Love the instrumentals, Fugees rhyming and Lauryn Hill's outstanding vocals on "Ready or Not" and "Fu-Gee-La". The Fugees rip "Zealots" warning other MCs not to mess around, and talk about police discrimination on "The Beast". The darkly deep "Family Business" with Omega and Forte is another sick track. Both the "Fu-Gee-La" mixes are good, I especially like the "Refugee Camp Remix". Individually and collectively the Fugees shine on the "The Score" an album for every Hip Hop collection.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars How can you not like this CD? July 26, 2000
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I don't know about everyone else, but when I throw on this album the beats automatically make me bounce. The mix of rap, raggae, r&b, and Lauryn Hill's sweet vocals just paralyzes you. The slow, methodical rhythm of the record just captures your mind. From the grooves of "Ready or Not" to the fast-paced hip-hop of "Fu-Gee La" to the raggae remake of Marley's "No Woman, No Cry" to the most famous "Killing Me Softly" ballad, the CD doesn't grow dull or allow you to drift away. Unlike most groups, the Fugees mix up their styles and sounds in order to keep you rapt and attentive. This album is great.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ONE OF THE MOST UNDERRATED ALBUMS OF THE '90S August 5, 2001
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When Lauryn Hill dropped "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill", critics and laymen alike tried to act like the excellence on that album had no precedent. Like they couldn't see it coming. Likewise, Wyclef's "The Carnival" was praised with no homage to the past. People tried to act like the Fugees were some mediocre trio which bred two phenomenally talented stars, with Pras as an afterthought. In reviews for Miseducation, I often saw folks saying "The Score" was alright, but...." Please! This is one of the best hip-hop albums I've ever heard! And, though Pras' solo turn produced such hokey material as "Ghetto Superstar", he was a big part of why the Fugees were so good. He and Lauryn are the star rappers here. Wyclef is better doing the eclectic, instrumental stuff highlighted on the middle and end part of Carnival. It makes me cringe when people point to "The Score" being famous only for "Killing Me Softly", which was a break from most of the rest of the album, in that it was a hip-hop/soul track rather than rap. KMS was a nice song, but the true gems on the album are the bleak-sounding, down-tempo numbers like "Family Business" and "Ready or Not". "Fu-gee-la" is great, also, as is the opener "How Many Mics". Their rhymes are not dumbed down. get references to the Sword of Damocles and Parallax. The precise, intellectual MCing Lauryn was praised for on Miseducation was totally evident on this album, which predates that record by 3 years. I really can't think of a bad track on this record. And, 5 years later, I still listen to it and it's still better than just about anything in the mainstream today. And, this record sold something like 17 million copies worldwide. It's a shame these Jersey/Brooklyn kids (and they WERE kids then, which makes it more amazing..remember Lauryn was only 23 when TMOLH came out in '99) couldn't seem to get along. They were the bomb!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 7 days ago by Luis A. Trejos
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing.
This album only had one good song. It seems extremely immature in comparison to Lauren Hill 's solo album "Thr Miseducation of Lauryn Hill."
Published 1 month ago by Stephen A. Benner
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest Albums ever
thoroughly enjoyed. Love this album. All of it. Super cool flow. Will listen for a very long time, very long time.
Published 2 months ago by Cameron
5.0 out of 5 stars The Score is a complete album.
This is one of the only albums I can listen to all the way through. It flows. I love this album.
Published 3 months ago by Jose
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it
I've been wanting to hear this for a while and finally got around to buying the album. Again. Definitely a classic.
Published 3 months ago by GRadney
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Classic Rap Album
One of the greatest debut Albums of all time (or at least I believe it was their debut). This album is what put Fugees on the map when it came to Rap music. Read more
Published 4 months ago by S. Taylor
5.0 out of 5 stars True Hip-Hop Classic
Come on Now ! The Albums a classic. They never did anothr album together after this albums success, and all went on to produce single albums.
Published 4 months ago by Art
5.0 out of 5 stars Top Score
Their best and springboard for all the rest. Back before fame, families, folly and infamy struck them in different ways killing the Fugees spirit. Read more
Published 7 months ago by Jess B. Semple
5.0 out of 5 stars Strummin my pain with his fingers......
The best album of the 90's before Lauryn Hill went on her own. Killing me softly is a must have when cleaning the living room!
Published 7 months ago by Brandy Ballard-Jones
5.0 out of 5 stars Old School
Good throwback, this cd brought back some great memories from back then. still is a good cd to listen to start to finish.
Published 9 months ago by R. Johnson
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