This disc‘s title is completely appropriate: this hip-hop goes back to the day when an album meant more than standard tracks proclaiming one‘s greatness on the mic and in the sack. The beats are strong, but the music layered over even more so. How many DJ/MC duos have tracks on their album dedicated to their wives like "When I See You," which is sweet, tough and honest at the same time? "Uprise," about making a better life, doesn‘t sacrifice musicality in making its point. And "Keep It Movin‘," with El Da Sensei and Allstar, does just that. Vintage, yeah, but not old.