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Stuntman is the fifth album by 't Hof van Commerce. The album was released in 2012 after a remarkable 7-year pause of the band since their last album Ezoa en niet anders in 2005. The tone of the album is seen as less aggressive and more positive,  as the main mc's (Serge Buyse and Flip Kowlier) have entered their 30s by the release of the album. Some songs (Iderjin is Goed, Kinders In Bedde) are directly putting the stress on the family life that the band members are currently having.
The album was generally well received, scoring 7,5/10 on VlaamseRap.be  and 3 out of 4 stars on Humo.be. 
Below is the track list  with a possible English translation of the title.
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