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|(4.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: _spooler2_ (Posted: 1/31/2004 9:34:00 AM)
Summary: Son, Yo Son, See What These Cats Can Drop?
Comment: This song is simply amazing. El-P has made some amzing beats in his time, but this is up there with DeLorian and Deep Space 9mm. The Lyrics from Vordul Megala as he sets the scene in the first two verses are brilliant, then Vast Aire Drops it in the last verse with amazing wordplay like "you were a stillborn baby, mother didn't want you but you were stil born." Simply dope.
Name: J6N (Posted: 10/3/2003 12:47:00 PM)
Summary: Pure Brilliance!
Comment: This song sounds like some kind of dream, the beat is so epic and bizarre (El-P did it, so what do you expect?) and Vordul and Vast drop amazing verses. It's so refreshingly different! And I love it all the more for it!
Name: Phrantic (Posted: 8/22/2003 9:55:00 PM)
Summary: Gotta Get Used To It
Comment: You'll have to get used to the beat and the fact that Vast Aire is kicking in several on this track. Vordul's delivery is crazy on this and Vast's lyrics are impressive- "New York is evil at its core, so those who have more than them, prepare to be victims" and "boy needs world of course his pops is gone, what you figga, that chalky outline on the ground is a father figure?". El-P does a nice job on the beat whatsoever.
|Name: Shay Boogs (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: El-P comes correct on the boards as Cannibal gives an official warning to The Source Magazine, "F*ck 5, I want 108 Mics." I'm not sure if Ox is going to get those 108, but this song is definitely deserving of some recognition. Even though a dark-sounding loop rides throughout the song, Cannibal got me open with their wit and comical verses. For all you listeners who like to study lyrics, these cat's are definitely for you.