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|(3.1 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: sas i am (Posted: 2/18/2008 8:57:00 PM; Partial IP: 220.127.116.11)
Comment: I'm kinda shocked by those who don't dig the beat. & yeah it Does sound better on CD/vinyl. When I 1st heard this song when I picked up Sevens Travels when it 1st dropped....my face was honestly blown off.
I think it's Ant, Slug, & Ali @ pretty much their finest.
Name: Catharsis (Posted: 4/22/2004 12:25:00 AM)
Summary: Ant F*%$s Up This Song
Comment: The beat is terrible. Ant is trying to get rugged or grimy with this. He is no RZA he should stick to what he is good at. I can't even hear what Slug and Brother Ali are saying. I'm giving them a 3 on lyrics just because I know they are sick emcees.
Name: fat_tony06 (Posted: 3/17/2004 10:15:00 PM)
Comment: Good song. Good lyrics but the beat is a little weak. It sounds much better on the cd, this internet stream of it sounds awful.
Name: Qwatty? (Posted: 1/28/2004 12:09:00 AM)
Summary: Beat Is Bangin!
Comment: For those of you on here who dislike this beat, I assume that you've only heard it over the internet. Get this disc, put it in your system and pump this ish! This piece is retardedly fresh. It sounds kind of shi&$y over the net but it doesn't serve this track justice.
The lyrics are ok and go with the beat fine when you put the track together. To be honest, this is one of those songs where I don't really give a damn what they're saying lyrically because it sounds so good in my whip.
Name: garrison_killa (Posted: 12/6/2003 9:48:00 PM)
Summary: Better Than Average
Comment: First time I heard this track I didn't really care for it. I thought the production was too obtrusive. After a few times through the disc though I found myself warming up to it. The production is heavy and urgent. It compliments the rhymes laid down by Slug and Brother Ali. Ali shows up Slug on this track, as he pretty much always does. Slug's good but Ali is divine. Angry, urgent, enjoyable track.
Name: MSC (Posted: 11/18/2003 2:34:00 PM)
Summary: Naw Naw
Comment: Ehh the beat is shocking! I hope it does sound better on his album. I would like to hear the lyrics properly.
Name: 8wheelsoldier (Posted: 11/11/2003 4:32:00 PM)
Summary: Real Player Doesn't Do It Justice
Comment: When I first heard this song on Real Audio I thought it was wack, but after I picked up Seven's Travels it's one of my favorite songs. It sounds way better on CD/Vynil.
Name: Dizzastick (Posted: 9/27/2003 3:07:00 PM)
Summary: Hardcore Atmosphere Fan!
Comment: I totally agree with the staff review about being a dedicated fan to appreciate this track. It's dirty, gritty, and something away from Lucy. Good sh*t.
|Name: Pro Ecks (Posted: 9/19/2003 1:35:00 PM)|
Comment: The only word to describe the beat is disgusting, and that’s not in the respect of dirty or grimy. Ant was obviously trying to flip a raw beat here, and the result was terrible. It’s hard to even listen to the lyrics with production this intrusive. On that note, they are nothing special, as Slug and Ali trade verses back and forth in an angry fashion. At least Slug has some emotion in this track, which is more than I can say for “Reflections” and “Self Hate Bad Dub.” This song is not worth checking out unless you are a hardcore Atmosphere fan.
Name: dexterous (Posted: 9/17/2003 1:12:00 PM)
Comment: What's up with the beat? And why are the vocals mixed way too low? The lyrics might be better than the rating I gave them but I couldn't hear them.