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"Album Review: Print – Comic Books: Unlimited (2009)"

I am currently reflecting on Lupe Fiasco’s “Fahrenheit 1/15? series. The three 2005 releases were the tools vital in cementing Lu’s impressive foundation as an emcee. It was an overwhelming collection that showcased who he was as an artist, and what he was capable of bringing to the hip-hop table. It was a 2009 release that brought me back to that special 2005 time. Print’s Comic Books: Unlimited is a stellar ensemble of tracks that act as not only a natural representation, but a refreshing introduction.

The album’s production provides this energetic emcee with the opportunity to showcase his diversity. Print can attack tracks with a relentless rapid-fire delivery (see “Unlimited”) and he is also capable to turn it down a bit and focus on the clarity of his words (see “Superman Is Alive). Print consistently keeps things fresh throughout this lengthy listen.

Don’t even get me started on “Super Friends”. Get your popcorn ready, folks. Just over eleven minutes of some of, collectively, the most impressive rhyming I have heard in some time. It’s the cream of the crop on this album, bar none. A beat that doesn’t try to do too much, combined with a two handfuls worth of determined emcees? That’s a super formula right there. The track also serves up the biggest disappointment, as none of the Potholes staff was invited to handle a verse.

While I praise Comic Books: Unlimited for a great quality/quantity ratio, a few tracks that don’t shine as much as the rest render this album slightly beyond enough. A few cuts here and there would really have helped this compilation. The problem? Print just sounds a little off alongside his female sidekicks. First, he loses himself in the moment when he talks about the beautiful “Lana Lang”. Capri’s addition to “Ridin’ High” unfortunately mixes pleasure with disaster. These tracks do prove that Print has got that sensitive side to him, but it appears to be the Achilles heel. Women . . .

I am beyond impressed with Comic Books: Unlimited. It is a trip down many roads without ever veering into generally unappealing territory. Print’s effort on this album is heroic, to say the least. Be on the lookout for his group Good Day, Good Night. I expect big things after the foundation this emcee has cemented. - Potholes in My Blog


Animated Personalities
Comic Books: Unlimtied
Comic Books: Reloaded TBA



Raised in a conglomerate of lifestyles in Brooklyn, N.Y., GOOD DAY GOOD NIGHT is home to neighborhoods such as Marcy Projects, Park Slope, Fort Green, Brooklyn Heights, and Bushwick. Chris Faust, lead vocalist of the band, was born Christian Peterson- Faust. He developed his talent despite obstacles that some would consider unbearable. Working full time shifts, attending Brooklyn College as an honor student, solidifying a degree in Education and maintaining a safe and productive environment for himself are some of the challenges that Chris Faust faces, on a daily basis. Despite these challenges, Mr. Faust was still able to provide himself with the basic needs to create a stable life. With the support of his family and friends, Chris Faust gained a distinct directive, to become the best at anything he decided to put his mind to. Only 23 years of age, Chris Faust took his talent to the next level with constructing a band. Good Day Good Night expresses personal and relative experiences in life through they're poetic street lyrics, creative stories, innovative performances and metaphorical flows. Thus, creating a distinctive northern- eastern hip hop diction, in a class of its own. Good Day Good Night began they're music career in Hip-Hop at the age of seventeen, performing at local cafes and lounges around Brooklyn. With they're knowledge of music and determination, Good Day Good Night as a local act became a thing of the past. Chris Faust and the band got they're first break at Virginia State University Homecoming, where they opened up for Young Jeezy and Juelz Santana. At this moment Chris realized that music was something he really wanted the pursue and furthered the development of Good Day Good Night. With the support of his Production Manager (Michael Peterson), Good Day Good Night was able to travel the world and perform for thousands of people. Opening for acts like Kanye West, Talib Kweli, Ghostface Killah, Akon, Keisha Cole and many others, gave them the edge that they needed, in order to take they're talent to a more professional level. With that in mind Good Day Good Night began to create a distinct sound and avenue for them selves by using live music as a way to interact with the audience. They felt that their was a new emergence of Hip Hop brewing and they were on the forefront. This became they're signature within the neighboring circle of artists. Where ever you would see Chris Faust you'd most likely see him performing with his band Good Day Good Night. This ultimately became the stamp and brand of the Hip Hop fused band. Performing at venues from the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, Colleges, clubs and across seas, Good Day Good Night has acquired a healthy resume, worthy of notoriety. Good Day Good Night is now working on many projects and has a lot of enjoyable things in the works.