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|(3.9 Stars)||Total Comments: 8|
Name: barselo (Posted: 3/28/2005 3:47:00 AM)
Comment: I have to say that I immediately ordered this LP as soon as I heard it, definite satisfaction.
Name: Manifesto Prime (Posted: 6/26/2004 5:01:00 PM)
Summary: Respect The Live Band
Comment: Ain't nothing like a live band rockin with dope MCs. Personally I think they're giving The Roots in Philly a little run for their money with 3 highly capable MC's showing up to rock the microphone.
Name: Catharsis (Posted: 4/30/2004 11:40:00 PM)
Comment: Whoever these guys are, one thing for sure is that they're sick. The MCs hold it down, flowing nicely to the beat with on-target lyrics. The beat is nice too, has a nice rhythm to it. I also like the soul sample worked into the beat.
Name: killaDE51 (Posted: 4/20/2004 4:04:00 AM)
Summary: Sh*t Was Pretty Sick, Better Than Expected
Comment: Never heard the group so I gave them a chance and liked what I heard.
Name: Ess Why Kay (Posted: 3/13/2004 7:58:00 AM)
Summary: Worth A Listen
Comment: This is a very nice track and is defenitely worth the time to listen to. The beat is very unique and and the lyrics go well with it. The sample which makes up the chorus is also excellent.
Name: kemikal (Posted: 3/8/2004 5:16:00 PM)
Summary: 4 Words To Say....
Comment: This is some hot sh*t......i would buy the 12" now but ughh is out of stock.. gonna see if I can dig it up on the web.
|Name: Decypher25 (Posted: 3/6/2004 6:07:00 PM)|
Comment: The New York City’s live collective, Dujeous, is the Big Apple’s answer to Illadelph’s finest, The Roots. 3 MC’s (Mojo, Mas D, Rheturik) are backed up with a live band (Tomek-drums, Taylormade-guitar, Dave Guy-trumpet and Apex-bass). Their new single “Sometimes” has definite “banger” written all over this track with dope lyrics, nice delivery, sick soul vocal sample on the chorus and creative musical arrangement. These cats are definitely rocking it in unison, and if ?uestlove or Black Thought peep this single, it would bring a big smile to their face.
Name: tafkam (Posted: 3/5/2004 1:59:00 AM)
Comment: I heard this on the 3rd earth website; I thought it was ill then and it's still sick to me. From the chorus to the MCs who all have good flows and energy. Swine this shit!