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AmsUno (of Clokworx) - 'Brimstone & Fire' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Producer:George Dussault
Label:Commonwealth Records
Date added:3/5/2002
Song time:4:32
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Name: Food Stamp (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)
Location: Oregon, USA
Comment: George Dussault hooks Clokworx emcee AmsUno up with a beat that just rolls along. Dussault drops a cut similar to the production of Celph-Titled, so if you’re into that steez, than cop this. The Texas emcee drops sarcastic rhymes that not only make you think, but also bump to move heads. "Brimstone & Fire" is nice, so roll your pennies and buy this.
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Name: MK3 (Posted: 4/10/2002 7:36:00 PM)
Summary: Does Anybody Rhyme With Rhythm Anymore?
Comment: He's talking about spittin’ brimstone & fire? C'mon… that spoken word style/Eminem groupie type rhymin' died a year ago. The beats okay, but the drums sound like a casio keyboard from 88'. This kid's spittin' wet charcoal with frozen lighter fluid and two sticks rubbin’ against each other.