That's a BIG yes. Don't get me wrong, I would have enjoyed this had I picked up the print version but the dramatization and Mixerman's voice talent drove it home.
Tough question because this is truly its own level and far surpasses other inside views.
As mentioned before, the dramatization of this book is something I've never heard before. Having individual performers with their own style and cadence is brilliant. Last and by far not least is the fact that had i read the book, I would never have imagined the character of Sticky Fingaz delivering his lines the way the voic actor does. Every character from Mixerman to Dumbazz has a handful of genuine belly laughs but I found myself rewinding a bunch of lines from Sticky Fingaz and laughing as if it was the first time. I'm laughing now just thinking about Sticky Fingaz response when introduced to the "Me Me Me Me Me" voice coach..."Sticky Fingaaaaaaz, I heard your an editor"...."and I heard you're a perv YO!"
Listened in one sitting and went to bed only to wake up and listen again the next morning. I've had it 5 days or so and I believe I'm on either the 6th or 7th time. For real, Im looking for support group cause I'm straight up OD'ing on this audio book.
I said enough, should have stopped after saying "utterly amazing".
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