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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: kameel magnetic (Posted: 2/9/2008 12:04:00 PM; Partial IP: 91.177.142)
Location: gastonia, n.america
Comment: pay attention!!!! I have been a fan of el-Ps work since co. flow its time to recognize songs like this and artist like el-p who love to spit this song felt like it was fun for el-p to do but it was nonthin to wrap it. bigg ups to el-p
Name: the illmind junglist (Posted: 4/14/2007 10:05:00 PM)
Summary: So Yeh...
Comment: I liked some of the old co-flow shit, then El-P came out with his first solo album, I wasn't feelin it, then that Def Jux came out, the sounds were annoying and ehhh. I kinda feel sorry for El-P cause he's got lotta potential but he's on some other tip that appeals to only certain people. It's not an all around good song simply cause I can't relate to alot of the things he talks about. The dude might need a counsellor for his past cause every song has a refrence to it.
|Name: DJ Sho Nuff (Posted: 1/23/2007 11:05:00 PM)|
Comment: I'll be honest. I've never been a big fan of the whole Company Flow / Def Jux camp. I mean I respect what they are doing and realize there is a place for it and I'm happy they have a big fan base of white kids (of which I'm included: the white kids that is, not the fan base), but I've just never really enjoyed listening to their music. Too many weird noises that I can't place or something. I don't know. I like listening to some untalented artists (Vanilla Ice is still fun to listen to) while I don't enjoy listening to some talented artists (El-P is good at what he does, I just don't like it). That said, I like this track a lot more than I thought I would. And it's not that El-P has changed up his style at all. Perhaps I'm just impatient and always want instant gratification. Therefore, with hard to digest music like El-P's, it probably takes a few more listens than it does a Nelly Furtado track to appreciate the nuances and to really grasp the whole song structure. On "Everything Must Go", I particularly appreciate the way El-P uses the beat to his effect. He strips it away at times as an effective means of emphasizing particular lyrics, and on several occasions he switches it up altogether. Analagous to some of RZA's more chaotic and complex beats that require multiple listens. And I respect how El-P does his own beats and lyrics. It kind of assures you that the beat has been custom tailored to match his lyrics. And if you're a fan of El-P, I have a feeling you'll definitely dig the track. It's fresh. And this is coming from somebody who only recently and reluctantly purchased a copy of “Funcrusher Plus".
Name: Pele won (Posted: 1/7/2007 8:35:00 PM)
Summary: Not Dissapointed!!
Comment: So its been a while since El-p dropped a solo joint. Time well spent. The first thing that struck me was "Wow the vocal clarity is really nice", which is a first for El-p. Usually his lyrics sit inside the beat, making them almost indecipherable, Which is a waste since EL-p is just an amazing MC.
If you dont like Defjux this track wont change your mind...but fans can rejoice, The REAL white MC is still dropping filth for the kiddies. "You had a focus group of labrats clappin/at last you got dap" TRUTH!!