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|Straight No Chase|
|Studio album by|
|Released||July 21, 1998 (US)|
|Genre||Southern hip hop|
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The album peaked at No. 90 on Billboard's Top R&B Albums chart. 
The Record wrote that the album "incorporates live instrumentation and pure singing as a natural outgrowth of the compositions, rather than a gimmick or gesture."  The Atlanta Constitution thought that "spaghetti guitars, soul and rock propel this sample-free and cinematic sophomore effort." 
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