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The wait was worthwhile, for it's a finely crafted, highlight-filled album that showcases a range of styles, from full-throttle hardcore rap with old-school hip-hop posturing to melodically sung tracks with socially conscious lyrics. That Sexion d'Assaut can rap as well as sing is due in part to the size of the collective, which hails from Paris and counts over a half-dozen members among its membership. While there are some good songs interspersed throughout this midsection, the real highlights are saved for last. They have a versatile style and demonstrate a lot of talent, and perhaps best of all, they don't peddle materialism or violence in their lyrics and image.