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by Pizzo
6 July, 2010@4:49 am
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Big Boi’s latest has been getting great reviews across the board, but what does HipHopSite.Com think about it? You’ll find that out sooner-than-later… In the meantime, where is the best place to cop Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty?

BigBoi.Com: You can order the album directly from BigBoi.Com, which presents it in numerous special packages. They are as follows:

A) “GoodWood” pack for $59.99 includes: 1) Deluxe CD/DVD in 6-panel softpack 2) Limited Editon 30″ Big Boi chain by GoodWood, packaged in custom purple felt bag 3) Limited Edition 11×11 Lithograph, printed on 12-point board stock. Limited to 400 copies.

B) Deluxe Pack for $44.99 includes: 1) Deluxe CD/DVD 6-panel softpack, Limited Editon Big Boi T-Shirt featuring hand-drawn LP artwork (XL only)

C) Vinyl Pack for $15.98 includes: 1) 150-gram, double vinyl LP presented on ivory white vinyl discs 2) Lyrics included on insert.

Being that the album is offered in regular and deluxe editions, there are no bonus tracks exclusive to any retailers for this release. The deluxe edition CD/DVD does include two bonus tracks “Shine Blockas (Remix)” (feat. Gucci Mane, Bun B, Project Pat) and “Back Up Plan”, plus videos for “Shutterbugg”, “Shine Blockas”, “Fo Yo Sorrows”, “Follow Us”, and “General Patton”.

But what was the final fate of the unofficial bonus track “Lookin’ For Ya” (feat. Andre 3000 & Sleepy Brown)? LaFace wouldn’t clear it for the Def Jam release of the album, but using the power of the innanet, Big Boi has been pretty adamant about getting the track into as many hands as possible. That being said…


Big Boi – “Lookin’ For Ya” (feat. Andre 3000 & Sleepy Brown)

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3 Responses to "Where Is The Best Place To Buy Big Boi's Album Today?"
  • khordkutta says:

    Havent copped yet, sorry to see no “Royal Flush” Actually Im real pissed off no “Royal Flush”

  • googoo says:

    “Big Boi’s latest has been getting great reviews across the board, but what does HipHopSite.Com think about it?”

    Does it really matter? According to this site, Drake’s album is best thing ever.

    I expect Big Boi’s album to receive a 4/5, just to give Drake some leeway.

  • HowIGotOverGettingAWorseReviewThanDrakeBySomeDouche says:

    The best place to buy Big Boi’s album is a website ran by the only person who think Drake’s album is a 5/5 hip hop classic?

    Uh…no.

    That’s probably the worst place to buy it. Because you are a crazy person. And crazy people aren’t trustworthy.

    I’m concerned I might order Big Boi’s album, and you’ll send me Drake’s album, with a 10-page essay explaining why it’s so great, even though no one else seems to think so, and the music is thoroughly “ehhh” to “alright.” But I guess the entire universe is going to realize they were wrong about Drake’s album, and apologize to you in ten years.

    Oh no wait, they won’t. Because Drake’s album isn’t that great.

    Remember when this site was worth checking a decade ago?

    Me neither.

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