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PostSubject: School me on these albums.   Mon 19 Jul 2010, 1:19 pm

A few I've slept on over the years. Are they worth checking out? I know some of them will be:

DMG "Rigimortiz"

Goldy "In the Land Of Funk"

Dru Down "Can You Feel Me"

Funkdoobiest "Which Dubee U Be?"

Lootpack "Soundpieces: Da Antidote"

Swollen Members "Bad Dreams"

Mr. Doctor "Setripn Bloccstyle"

Dre Dog "New Jim Jones"

Kid Frost "Eastside Story"

RBX "RBX Files"
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PostSubject: Re: School me on these albums.   Mon 19 Jul 2010, 1:38 pm

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A few I've slept on over the years. Are they worth checking out? I know some of them will be:

DMG "Rigimortiz"

Goldy "In the Land Of Funk"

Dru Down "Can You Feel Me"

Funkdoobiest "Which Dubee U Be?"

Lootpack "Soundpieces: Da Antidote"

Swollen Members "Bad Dreams"

Mr. Doctor "Setripn Bloccstyle"

Dre Dog "New Jim Jones"

Kid Frost "Eastside Story"

RBX "RBX Files"

Definitely check out both of those. I'd give them both 4 to 4.25 stars.

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PostSubject: Re: School me on these albums.   Mon 19 Jul 2010, 1:51 pm

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A few I've slept on over the years. Are they worth checking out? I know some of them will be:

DMG "Rigimortiz"-CLASSIC, IMO

Goldy "In the Land Of Funk"

Dru Down "Can You Feel Me"

Funkdoobiest "Which Dubee U Be?"

Lootpack "Soundpieces: Da Antidote"-Eh, it's all typical 90's battle raps, but Madlib's in top form, so if you're a madlib fan and you can stomach typical cliche wack rapper bashing for dope beats, go for it

Swollen Members "Bad Dreams"-Their best IMO, overall a dope album. If you dig Dilated Peoples type stuff with a darker edge, this is definitely for you

Mr. Doctor "Setripn Bloccstyle"-Classic IMO, dope g funk with some horrorcore thrown in, but dude was made to spit over these kinds of beats. Dope, dope, dope

Dre Dog "New Jim Jones"

Kid Frost "Eastside Story"-dope, if you like his style

RBX "RBX Files-RBX hasn't dropped anything outstanding as a solo artist, but nothing insanely wack, either. If you think you might like it, you probably will, but the opposite of that statement is true as well

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PostSubject: Re: School me on these albums.   Mon 19 Jul 2010, 3:10 pm

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A few I've slept on over the years. Are they worth checking out? I know some of them will be:

DMG "Rigimortiz"- come on...if you are only a casual fan of RAL records circa the early 90's you will dig this. It hasn't aged well to be honest so expect a dated sound. 4.5 personally but objectively its 4.0-4.25.

Goldy "In the Land Of Funk"- I only heard some of this a loong time ago. And for some reason I never owned it. He was basically a clone of Too Short who rapped faster than him. Think Suga Free without a lotta skill.

Dru Down "Can You Feel Me"

Funkdoobiest "Which Dubee U Be?"- This album goes hard and will put you mind of that 1st Cypres hIll album. I really enjoyed this one and Brothas Doobie. 4.25 easily.

Lootpack "Soundpieces: Da Antidote"

Swollen Members "Bad Dreams"

Mr. Doctor "Setripn Bloccstyle"

Dre Dog "New Jim Jones"

Kid Frost "Eastside Story"

RBX "RBX Files"
- I pretty much agree with Jeff on this one. Not no where near wack but no where near great either. Its a decent average to above average maybe album. 3.5-3.75.
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PostSubject: Re: School me on these albums.   Mon 19 Jul 2010, 3:21 pm

I love Rap a lot so i'll def. check out the DMG. I saw that Muggs worked with Funkdoobiest so that has to be dope, i'll check that out. The Swollen Members have always intrigued me but i've never listened to them. I dig Madlib so the Lootpack sounds dope. A friend of mine always used to big up that Mr. Doctor so i'll probably check it out too. I remember I used to always walk by the Dre Dog cd in the store and always wondered about it, but never gave it a chance.
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PostSubject: Re: School me on these albums.   Tue 20 Jul 2010, 8:18 pm

DMG is da TRUTH!

Lootpack is a good album to me, great to others.
Funkdoobiest is great to me. If you like early House of Pain/Beastie Boys-esque type delivery with some great beats about smoking then this Buds for You!
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PostSubject: Re: School me on these albums.   Thu 22 Jul 2010, 6:14 pm

DMG "Rigimortiz"
Dope album. I'd recommend it. 4.5 star territory IMO.

Dru Down "Can You Feel Me"
4.5 stars. Perhaps a personal classic. Mad style...I love his freewheeling personality.

Funkdoobiest "Which Dubee U Be?"
4.25-4.5 stars. They sound a lot like Cypress Hill, but it's totally dope hip-hop all around IMO.

Lootpack "Soundpieces: Da Antidote"
3.75 stars. Not bad. Rhymes get tired quick on this one. Very narrow subject matter (wack emcees and weed, pretty much).
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PostSubject: Re: School me on these albums.   Thu 22 Jul 2010, 8:08 pm

In The Land Of Funk is good not great, Mhisani always sounds good as a guest artist, but this was a disapointing debut IMO, the production is great, I was just expecting more.

New Jim Jones - Classic.

Can You Feel Me - Well worth the money if you're a fan of Dru, but I'll take his first over this one with the introduction of The Luniz.

Setrippin Bloccstyle - If you liked Lynch's Season Of Da Siccness, you'll jock this one too.

Eastside Story - I haven't listened to this one in a long time, but Frost's voice & his early stuff is all good. I'm sure you've heard No Sunshine at the end of American Me.

Which Doobie U B? - Classic.
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