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Danger Mouse & Jemini (The Gifted One) - 'The Only One' (Audio MP3 Stream)

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Producer:Danger Mouse
Label:Lex Records
Date added:6/18/2003
Song time:03:17
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Total Comments: 2
5 Stars
Name: JSpitz (Posted: 8/27/2003 7:55:00 PM)
Summary: Nice To See Jemini Again
Comment: If you liked Jemini back in '95 with his two singles 'Funk Soul Sensation' and 'Brooklyn Kids' (the latter, which is on this site) then you won't be dissapointed with this song. I wouldn't say he's as nice as Sage Francis, Aceyalone, or Supernatural back in the day, but he does have a nice flow that's better than 90 percent of these kids that are currently in the game (both mainstream and underground). The production by Danger Mouse is on point and it compliments Jemini's style extremely well. I also heard 'Omega Supreme' and that's nice too. If they come out with a full album I'm mos def-initely am gonna cop it.
Name: Pro Ecks (Posted: 7/30/2003 3:27:00 PM)
Comment: Danger Mouse steps up again with a very strong beat, leaving the listener eager to hear more material from him. This production contains a bunch of grimy samples, which are ironically extremely clean sounding. The rhymes on this (from Jemini) are nothing special, and sound disappointing in comparison to the beat. Cop this for the instrumental, and let's all hope that Danger Mouse gets some more recognition and works with bigger artists in the future.