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ill Manors

Released on 23 July 2012

Artist: Plan B

(6 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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Tracks:
11
Duration:
00:46:11
Format:
MP3
Quality:
256 kbps
Size:
88.67 MB

Album saving:  £1.90  compared to buying all the tracks

Track Duration Price/Buy
1. ill Manors   00:03:46 £0.99
2. I Am The Narrator   00:03:35 £0.99
3. Drug Dealer (feat. Takura)   00:05:00 £0.99
4. Playing With Fire (feat. Labrinth)   00:03:40 £0.99
5. Deepest Shame   00:03:37 £0.99
6. Pity The Plight (feat. John Cooper Clarke)   00:04:21 £0.99
7. Lost My Way   00:04:42 £0.99
8. The Runaway   00:03:44 £0.99
9. Great Day For A Murder   00:04:31 £0.99
10. Live Once (feat. Kano)   00:04:31 £0.99
11. Falling Down   00:04:44 £0.99

customer Reviews

 Average rating (6 reviews)

 Album of the year!

| | See all clevamonkey's reviews (2)

I don't normally write reviews but some idiot has given this 1 star because it has too many swear words he has obviously bought his second album and expected this to be the same. Well it is not the same as his second album it's hard hitting and tackles tricky social issues like his first album. If you are easily offended then don't buy this or watch the film or probably go outside your house. I highly recommend this soundtrack and the film, Plan B has done it again, I would even say this is the best album this year so far. Now go buy it and watch the film.

 plan b, back to the norm

| | See all sugarsteve's reviews (31)

Im not here to have ago at the reviewer who gave this a one star, but this is the the sort of music plan b does, He takles real life crime, and alot of what he raps about are about street crime and daily struggle of young men,

His last alburm turned out to be a great succsess, but before it was realised alot of other hip hop artists asked if he was doing the right thing by this album,

but not only did he still please his hardcore fans, but also added new people who wouldnt normally buy his music,

but thats the problem the new fans think asll his music will be like his last album, which it wont, that was a one off that worked really well, but now its back to the norm.

 Just sick, not Ill

| | See all woodsy1967's reviews (1)

Disappointing - I am ok with swearing within music but this takes it to the next level, a level too far.

I understand the story of the album and admire what he is trying to do but too many "c" words for me.

I am 100 miles away from prude but listen to this in headphones only.

 Gritty true and awesome

| | See all TheCab's reviews (1)

Ok like a few other I dont normally write reviews but I had to after seeing this had been given a 1 star because of swearing! This album is so true and gritty it is unreal. Great rifts beats and ryhme's and every song tells a story. storytelling being something plan b does really well. To give it a 1 star for the amount of swearing is a joke and really narrow minded or possibly nieve thinking. Have not seen the ill manors film yet but I will and im sure thats great 2. My favourite album of 2011 and my favourite uk rap album of all time. If you like rap and your not a pansy you'll love it.