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Lauryn Hill Releases Unplugged 2.0

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Much like George Michael, Lauryn Hill did not enjoy her transformation into a superstar. Her 1998 debut The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill was one of the most acclaimed albums of the Nineties, but she has yet to create a follow-up. The closest thing was her 2002  Unplugged LP. Many of the songs were little more than rough sketches and she was just learning how to play guitar when it was taped -  but her label was desperate for material and it was released. This was not the disc that her fans were craving and it quickly fell of the charts and was forgotten.

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