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|(3 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: yewtew (Posted: 10/26/2005 8:17:00 AM)
Comment: This song usually gets me in high spirits. It's that beat. That hot beat. It gets me thinking.
|Name: Robin Crates (Posted: 10/24/2002 11:35:00 PM)|
Comment: Japanese DJ/producer, DJ Honda, teams with Perish Smith (one half of EPMD) for an overseas album aptly called the "Underground Connection." The lead track "Constant Elevation" is almost a throwback to the "Headbanger" days, circa 1991. The driving production is shot down by a mediocre performance on behalf of PMD. After a weak solo stint in 1996, this track proves once more that any imitation of the EPMD anesthetic is empty without Erick Sermon on the boards.
Name: purpose (Posted: 10/8/2002 6:27:00 PM)
Summary: Back On The Rap Attack
Comment: PMD needs to make a new solo! DJ Honda is a tight producer and needs "H3" to hit shelves in the U.S. Either way, this track has a nice flow to it.