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|(2.9 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: kalls (Posted: 7/21/2005 6:41:00 AM)
Summary: Fairly Heavy
Comment: I like his style but there's far better from Def Jux.
Name: attackthewack (Posted: 12/10/2003 5:36:00 AM)
Summary: Why Do People Listen To This?
Comment: This is dumb, nuff said. MadHanz said it best when he said it's "Typical Def Jux" everyone needs to get over the fact that Company Flow was the best effort by El-P and now everyone is failing in their sick attempts to copy his style.
Name: detective ventriloquist (Posted: 12/7/2003 2:07:00 AM)
Summary: Marchin Drunk Jazz Bots.
Comment: I like this. The low end jazz horn flows. This slams!
Name: DJ Madhandz (Posted: 11/3/2003 8:21:00 AM)
Summary: Typical Def Jux Sh*te
Comment: Now don't get me wrong I like some Can Ox stuff, but all this space-aged beats and lyrics are f*cking wack. Its all same and half the time the beats off time. Maybe its just me but its wack.......Straight up!
Name: jackedbeats (Posted: 10/22/2003 12:51:00 PM)
Comment: Aesop is all over the place. I hate to say it but he's a bumper sticker rapper. His songs are just one-liners after one-liners. Not to say he's not creative but his one-liners are thought provoking, funny, depressing, and just plain creative. He needs to get himself organized.
Oh yeah, the chorus reminded me of an Eminem song for some reason.
Name: cjayr33 (Posted: 10/6/2003 2:21:00 AM)
Summary: Congeal This Track
Comment: I'm a big Aesop Rock fan. I've turned him on to my own sisters and nephews and this is why it hurts a fan who has all his albums to say he's starting to suck. I think Aesop knows that people love his delivery but he's abusing it by being, honestly, too damn confusing. His albums "Float", and "Labor Days" are poetic classics but now I'm hoping he's not changing into this muffled mouthed choatic cretin, in which this track he is.
Name: J6N (Posted: 9/19/2003 1:58:00 PM)
Summary: Absolutly Insane!
Comment: This beat is f*cking crazy (produced by Aesop Rock, cool)! It can be quite hard to listen to, but I love this kind of insanity, whatever floats your boat though as this is seriously an acquired taste. Now Aesop Rockís rhymes, what can I say? They are f*ckiní mad as usual and therefore go brilliantly with the beat. Cop his new album because it is f*ckiní astounding! Aesop is back in style!
|Name: Phayde (Posted: 9/19/2003 1:14:00 PM)|
Comment: The busyness of this song angers me to the point that I want to break things. The clutter in this beat is the perfect example of how less is definitely more. With virtually no rhythm or breaks at all, it's ridiculously difficult to even pay attention to any lyricism whatsoever. Additionally, I'm not a fan of the over-enunciation technique that Aesop plays with in this track- while it does sound dope in some select cases, it just comes across as silly here. Point being: the only thing that needs to "Freeze" is this audio.
Name: axept (Posted: 9/17/2003 10:35:00 PM)
Summary: It's Dope But Could Be Better
Comment: It's a dope track! Aesopís flow is phat like usual but I dunno, the beat was tight but wasn't all that.
Name: tonecee (Posted: 9/17/2003 10:23:00 AM)
Comment: WTF is this dude talking about? I mean I'm just as opened minded as the next man when it comes to art expression, but when do you draw the line. The beat was OK though, I'll give you that.