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|(4.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: Jae Woods (Posted: 8/24/2005 11:05:00 PM)
Summary: Yo, We Rip It Raw....
Comment: Tajai and Pep Love represent the Hieroglyphics crew on this track from "Full Circle", and do it big. Tajai and Pep Love (as well as just about everyone in the group) are lyrical killers, flipping it back and forth throughout the song. I love the chorus, and each of the rappers verses. The crew went to work this time around...
Name: Chris McCaffrey (Posted: 7/18/2005 6:24:00 PM)
Summary: It May Be Bjork, But Hiero Did It Better
Comment: Yeah, I heard Human Behaviour by Bjork (shudder). But honestly, Domino did a better job with this beat than what that producer did for Bjork. Lyrically, Pep and Tajai blessed this like some priests. The hook is raw since they bounce back and forth between each other. Throws me off time I listen to it.
Name: Andross (Posted: 9/15/2003 11:09:00 AM)
Summary: Its Not A Bjork Sample
Comment: Let me revive this sh*t, and set a few heads straight. It ain't Bjork, but t's "Go Down Dying," the Ray Brown joint off the soundtrack to "The Adventurers" that Nellee Hooper sampled on "Human Behavior." If you listen to them both back-to-back, the Bjork joint has all kinds of ambient washes over the bassline. On "Let It Roll," the groove is way fatter. No way at all Domino jacked that Bjork record. He knows his jazz sh*t, so he just went to the original source, money on it.
Name: stoge (Posted: 8/28/2003 1:11:00 PM)
Summary: Aiight Yo
Comment: I should be rollin' down the interstate bumpin this ish instead of sitting in my cubicle!
Name: ima"hip"hopper (Posted: 8/14/2003 11:57:00 AM)
Summary: Aight Domino! Lemme Find Out......
Comment: I gotta edit my VIP Producer list this weekend? Impressive beat and I love Pep Love's flow on this record too- reminds me of "Trinity Lost."
Name: CharlieE (Posted: 8/13/2003 11:09:00 PM)
Summary: Good But Seems A Lil Ripped Off.
Comment: I think Hieroglyphics might be in danger of getting into a lawsuit for this song. Why? Well fire up Kazaa and download the song "Human Behavior" by Bjork. It's the exact same beat, but Bjork made that song like 10 years ago. Big Hieroglyphics fan and I think this is a good song but it does feel a lil' ripped off.
Name: pathethik (Posted: 8/13/2003 9:41:00 AM)
Summary: Whoa ! Domino Flipped Bjorks Human Behavior
Comment: This cut here is crazy! Domino straight flipped a Bjork beat! I'm amazed. Much props for the production and still rewinding this cuz the flows are somethin' awful.
|Name: 1985 Mindstate (Posted: 8/12/2003 5:14:00 PM)|
Comment: It's been a while since I heard anything from Hieroglyphics, but the West Coast crew is coming back with a new offering, "Let It Roll." The lyrics are on point, exactly what you'd expect from Hiero, although I would have liked to hear a verse from Del. Domino lays down a bouncy beat with guitar and piano loops that tries get a party going. I'm feeling the production more on "Powers That Be," but this is pretty dope nonetheless. Check it out.
Name: krux (Posted: 8/6/2003 11:02:00 PM)
Summary: Got My 3rd Eye Peepin
Comment: Pep Love is a dope emcee and he's all over this track. This song's got me convinced so I'm scoopin up the next Hiero album when it drops. It sounds like Hiero is new and improved. This song is way tighter than anything off their last album, in my opinion.
Name: lank_link (Posted: 8/6/2003 8:00:00 PM)
Summary: Domino Bringin Back Hiero
Comment: Sick beat, instant head nod, props to Domino who's mad underrated. As far as the rhymes, seems like the Hiero mc's are taking their cue from most mc's 2003 rhyme cadence, delivery and flow. The result is a cool single, but for true fans of this group who cherish the early Souls of Mischeif and Casual albums and of course Del, ( who is the most consistent) this doesn't sound like a true Hiero song, but then again this isn't 1993 and I guess everyone has to innovate and update their style. Still worth a listen, but it's not a standout due to the group's effort to sound like everyone else.