Name: Tumpiez (Posted: 4/3/2008 5:57:00 AM; Partial IP: .21.64.112)
Location: south Africa
Comment: now this is what I call an absolute masterpiece ever to be created...Doom and DE La all bringing them handsome flows...and the rpoducer...DAMN....!!! TOO NICE...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Name: acsence (Posted: 11/28/2005 11:58:00 AM)
Comment: whut's tha suprise? de la soul & mf doom? before doom dawned tha metal mask, he & his brother wus officially down wit native tongues. am I tha only one to remember? a suprise'n pair is '''shoomp''' feat. tha superficial, frivolously commercial sean paul
Name: hiphopsifu77 (Posted: 9/16/2005 4:08:00 PM)
Summary: Certified Banger!
Comment: Another one for the head-nod set! I saw them live in December last year when they came to London (minus Viktor Vaughn). But when they dropped this ditty...That was it! This joint is banana's! I can't say I've heard a beat quite like it. Original.
Name: itsallafarce (Posted: 6/16/2005 9:50:00 PM)
Summary: Old With New Is Just What The Doc Ordered
Comment: I'm diggin' this song. The beat is a heavy snare combined with piano chords that are just as powerful as the kick. Makes you wanna break your neck. The lyrics of course good, being that it's De La and MF DOOM. Everyone came correct on this track from the producer to the emcees. Two thumbs way way up for this one!
Name: blacklives26 (Posted: 6/7/2005 4:07:00 PM)
Summary: Another Head Banga
Comment: The Jake One beat is off the chain and with the metal-villian on the track you know it's got to be ill. I just hope they didn't put anyone in traction after hearing this one!
Name: The Flash (Posted: 4/8/2005 3:16:00 PM)
Summary: One Of The Most Creative Songs In 2004
Comment: Doom kills it as usual and Dave and Pos give you what you'd expect from them. That beat is creative. I'd like to know how he did that off beat shuffle, that's some crazy shit. Everybody brought a game.
Name: Dasem (Posted: 2/16/2005 12:30:00 PM)
Summary: An Excellent Combo!
Comment: Wow, De La Soul and Doom together? I never thought I'd see the day! Usually on tracks featuring MF Doom, it's him who carries the track and makes all the other mc's sound... well... shit really. This is not the case here. Doom is just as flawless as ever (as if you've ever heard him drop a wack line), but he doesn't out shine De La at all because they kill it just as much as he does. This coupled with the fact that the beat is a real head nodder, makes this a must listen..
Name: TzariZM (Posted: 1/27/2005 11:56:00 AM)
Comment: One of my favorite songs of 2004. Jake One killed the beat and De La and Doom killed the mic.
Name: Bigpappad (Posted: 1/11/2005 1:05:00 PM)
Summary: A Very Rewarding Venture.
Comment: The song keeps you on your toes both with the beat and lyrics. The change of pace seems to draw you deeper into the track, wanting to see what is around the corner.
Name: hudayfa (Posted: 12/5/2004 11:21:00 PM)
Summary: Eleven Out Of Ten
Comment: This track was sick, beat was sick, lyrics were sick. Perfect feature, as MF Doom killed the track. Big up to De La Soul. Been doin’ it for years now. I grew up on that shit.
Name: Blessense (Posted: 12/2/2004 5:30:00 AM)
Summary: I Wasn't Sure..
Comment: …about this odd pairing, but on hearing how they've tackled this tricky beat I had to love it. Decent change ups add that bit of variety to an already good track. Def' bumpable.
|Name: Pro Ecks (Posted: 11/30/2004 4:01:00 PM)|
Comment: "Let’s cookie cut this sh*t, and get the gingerbread man." Luckily for the hip-hop community at large this has never been the case for anyone involved in the creation of this record. Upon seeing this track several months ago, I was immediately surprised by the unlikely combination of De La and the metal-faced villain, who has recently risen to the top of the underground scene. With a potential for disaster, I was worried, but ultimately delighted when my anxiety subsided when finally hearing the song. Definitely a solid collaboration, this is sure to receive love from old-school and new-school fans alike.