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8/10 Jack Customer review, 28th December 2015
Several of Turbulence's more recent releases had began to have a mechanical feel to them. This includes the X Girlfriend album and especially the Songs of Solomon album, and while Do Good does at times suffer from the stock and trade feel (some of that is due to Brotherman of course), it rises above falling into that category with its timing. Obviously Turbulence either focused more in recording it or (and more likely) Do Good was recorded during the same sessions which produced the wicked wicked Different Thing album.
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