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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: djplanet (Posted: 1/26/2005 2:04:00 PM)
Summary: Always A Pleasure
Comment: Thes One's involvement usually equals dope beats, so when Woodstock gave me a copy of this record during my show I was like ‘aww shit, this is going to be good'. Too bad the instrumental isn't present. Still, a great record worth picking up. I also have a copy of the Crown City Rockers acapellas from their album "EarthTones". Full acapellas ;). Producers hit me up.
|Name: Decypher25 (Posted: 11/10/2004 1:02:00 PM)|
Comment: This Bay Area collective (formerly known as Mission) collaborate with ˝ of P.U.T.S. (People Under the Stairs) main man Thes One. And the result is a nice boom-bap beat, classical piano riff, chopped up with jazzy horns on the chorus mixed with decent lyrics from MC Raashan Ahmad. Often known to use live instrumentation, Thes One adds a little more boom box flavor to their repertoire on this joint. Definitely a great song to add to your mixtape track listing, especially when the topic evolves around the daily grind of life and writing rhymes in between.