!</em><em>.</em> The cinematic and moody release was noted for its polish and unexpected impact. <em>HipHopDX</em> had the following to say on the release:

<em>Few people saw this coming from Sacramento's O.G., Brotha Lynch Hung. One of the most lyrical and underrated gangsta rappers of all times kicked off his Strange Music trilogy with a polished, fully-developed version of what the former X-Raided protege made famous in the early '90s underground. Lynch influenced Snoop Dogg and Tech N9ne, and Dinner and a Movie pulled a Horror of master [sic: master of horror?] out of obscurity.</em>



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Other albums that were mentioned include Kanye West's <em>How I Got Over,</em> and many more.


Congratulations to Brotha Lynch Hung for making an album that worked as a whole requiring work, time, and craftsmanship. We're happy the folks at <em>hiphopdx.com</em> were paying attention



<em>How do you think Lynch's albums ranks with the rest? Do you think</em> Coathanga Strangla <em>will stand up to the high standard set by</em> Dinner And A Movie<em>?</em>


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