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Name: AGENT (Posted: 12/24/2007 11:59:00 PM) Summary: "who Dun It?" Gem Comment: this track is a classic that will live on forever. heyyy yo!
Name: hiphopsifu77 (Posted: 9/16/2005 3:39:00 PM) Summary: Def Jam! Comment: I love the strings they use to loop in this track. Typical EPMD/Erick Sermon. Bare Funk!
Name: mARTin (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM) Comment: More then a decade has passed since Erick and Parrish declared that the rap game is strictly business. Now when we approach the millenium they are still about making those damn dollars, but even though they'll soon be out of business don't think for a second that they're selling out (nothing is on sale in their store). The Symphony 2000 is of course a remake of Marley Marl’s classic, which so many producers have raped over the years. But not the greened eyed bandit, with his typical less is more stee-lo plus lines from self, P and the two supermen Red and Method he manages to get away with this and do it justice. "Proceed with caution as you enter the symphony degrees of pulses will increase intensely..."
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