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Total Comments: 5
Name: Brian420 (Posted: 2/8/2008 2:31:00 PM; Partial IP: .47.205.51) Location: Pueblo, CO. Comment: I was very impressed with this song, especially since it had alot of my favorite artists put together.
Name: specs84 (Posted: 10/31/2005 12:19:00 PM) Summary: It's Alwright Comment: It could have been better. We all know,Evidence's style of beats has been a copy of alchemist but I'm not going to hate. It's just that Evidence and Babu's beats can be better.It's great to listen to when you here one time. The second time it gets boring like the lyrics make it seem like it could have been played on the radio. The beat was ordinary nothing was pulling in to the music. I mean I love these artists, but they could have gave a little more effort.
Name: Enoch The Dreadnaught (Posted: 3/16/2005 12:17:00 PM) Comment: How's this for a star studded line up? As the title suggests, this song is about where to find the various artists featured on it. But before you get your address books out, it ain't like that scooter. You can find these cats where they've always been. If you don't know where they've always been, this song is for you. Otherwise, you're likely to find the song a little light on substance.
Name: djplanet (Posted: 2/28/2005 12:02:00 PM) Summary: It's Cool Comment: I'll give this record a thumbs up only because the vocals are good. As for the production, I really don't know what happened to Evidence. His beats have been pretty boring as of late and this one is no exception. Too bad though cause the song has a lot of potential. I'll wait for another remix.
Name: kraze k (Posted: 2/27/2005 11:34:00 PM) Summary: Hot Beat, Good Mc's! Comment: I was impressed with this Evidence beat, dope shit. The flows arenít amazing, but its all smooth.
In-Stock Store Section Results For: F.I.L.T.H.E.E. Immigrants; B Real; Cypress Hill; Guru; Gang Starr; Rakaa Iriscience; Evidence; Dilated Peoples
Evidence (of Dilated Peoples) - 'Cats & Dogs' Producers: Alchemist; Charli Brown; DJ Premier (of Gang Starr); Evidence (of Dilated Peoples); Rahki; Sid Roams; Twiz The Beat Pro Label: Rhymesayers Entertainment
Rakaa Iriscience (of Dilated Peoples) - 'Crown Of Thorns' Producers: Alchemist; Babu; DJ Honda; DJ Rhettmatic; El-P; Eric Bobo; Evidence; Exile; Illmind; King Jahzzy; Oh No; Sid Roams Label: Decon Records
Cypress Hill (B-Real + Sen Dog + DJ Muggs) - 'Rise Up' Producers: B-Real; DJ Khalil; DJ Muggs; Daron Malakian; Jake One; Jim Jonsin; Mike Shinoda; Pete Rock; Sick Jacken; Tom Morello Label: Priority Records
Dilated Peoples (Evidence + Rakaa Iriscience + Babu) - 'Expansion Team' Producers: Alchemist; Babu (of Beat Junkies & Dilated Peoples); DJ Premier (of Gang Starr); Da Beatminerz; Evidence (of Dilated Peoples); Joey Chavez; JuJu (of The Beatnuts); Questlove (of The Roots) Label: Capitol Records
Guru (of Gang Starr) - 'Jazzmatazz Vol. 3: Streetsoul' Producers: Agallah; DJ Premier (of Gang Starr); DJ Scratch; Erykah Badu; Guru (of Gang Starr); House Of Tre; James Poyser; Jay Dee (aka J. Dilla); The Neptunes; The Roots; Victor Flowers Label: Virgin Records
Guru (of Gang Starr) - 'Jazzmatazz Vol. 1' Producers: Branford Marsalis; Carleen Anderson; Courtney Pine; DJ Jimmy Jay; Donald Byrd; Guru (of Gang Starr); Lonnie Liston Smith; MC Solaar; N'Dea Davenport; Ronnie Jordan; Roy Ayers Label: Chrysalis Records