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** Similarly, "Killing Me Softly" features the sitar lick sampled from Music/ATribeCalledQuest's song "Bonita Applebum", and has become more famous in "Killing Me Softly" than "Bonita Appplebum".

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* EarWorm: "Ready or not, here I come, you can't hide, gonna find you, and take it slowly."


* SurprisinglyImprovedSequel: ''Music/TheScore'' (1996), their second album, was received with far more critical and commercial success than their first album, ''Blunted on Reality' (1994). Even the band members themselves sees ''Blunted on Reality'' as an OldShame.

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* SurprisinglyImprovedSequel: ''Music/TheScore'' (1996), their second album, was received with far more critical and commercial success than their first album, ''Blunted on Reality' Reality'' (1994). Even the band members themselves sees ''Blunted on Reality'' as an OldShame.


* CoveredUp: "Killing Me Softly". The full name of the original song is "Killing Me Softly with His Song".



* SurprisinglyImprovedSequel: Music/TheScore (1996), their second album, was received with far more critical and commercial success than their first album, "Blunted On Reality" (1994). Even the band members themselves sees "Blunted On Reality" as an OldShame.

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* SurprisinglyImprovedSequel: Music/TheScore ''Music/TheScore'' (1996), their second album, was received with far more critical and commercial success than their first album, "Blunted On Reality" ''Blunted on Reality' (1994). Even the band members themselves sees "Blunted On Reality" ''Blunted on Reality'' as an OldShame.


* SignatureSong: "Ready or Not".

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* SignatureSong: "Ready or Not".Not".
* SurprisinglyImprovedSequel: Music/TheScore (1996), their second album, was received with far more critical and commercial success than their first album, "Blunted On Reality" (1994). Even the band members themselves sees "Blunted On Reality" as an OldShame.


* FaceOfTheBand: Lauryn Hill and Wyclef Jean.

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* FaceOfTheBand: Lauryn Hill and Wyclef Jean.Jean.
* SampledUp: "Ready or Not" contains a sample from an Music/{{Enya}} song. She was going to sue them, but dropped the lawsuit after finding out that they weren't a GangstaRap group.
* SignatureSong: "Ready or Not".

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