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|(2 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: King Sam (Posted: 1/3/2007 8:14:00 PM)
Comment: I don't care what people say, contrary to popular belief on UGHH I actually like this track. Bangin' guitar and piano laced beat. Sure, Agallah ain't the most impressive MC, but the beat does more than just save the song.
Name: pele won (Posted: 11/29/2006 7:56:00 PM)
Summary: Ok Now... WTF Is This Crap?
Comment: Seriously...what is Babygrande thinking? This is the worst thing to come out of my speakers since the A side to this joke of a release. I would say "Back to the Lab", but he just might put somthing else out. Please don't.
|Name: Ice Gorilla (Posted: 9/19/2006 2:29:00 PM)|
Comment: I'm hoping The Don Bishop himself, while toiling away in the labs had a firm concept in mind for whatever album these tracks eventually grace. I would think the idea behind the album to subtly poke fun at different, better-known artists, while schlockily imitating their styles. Because if "Club Hoppin" was Agallah's stab at clowning on the crunk movement, "Hardcore", with it's heavy, guitar-wailing drone, would be his attempt to jokingly imitate his label mates the Jedi Mind Tricks. Sadly, due in most part to Agallah's and JMT sharing Babygrande as a label, I think it not true. Instead, "Hardcore" is a violence-stained, JMT-jocking fiasco, saved only by the welcoming presence of a nice, hard soul clap.