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High & The Mighty - 'High Performance' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Listens:1863
Producer:DJ Mighty Mi
Label:Eastern Conference Records
Date added:4/10/2000
Song time:3:33
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Name: Shambhala (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)
Comment: *sigh* This song is irritating more than anything else. On the flip-side to 'Dick Starbuck', this is a very unimpressive track. Hopefully DJ Mighty Mi didn't put too much time into this beat, which will start to sound like fingernails across a chalkboard after a few listens. The bassline, samples, and drums all sound like they were designed for a club/dance song, which is alright if that's what you're looking for, but it is something of a deviation from most of their work (kind of). Eon comes off alright apart from a boring hook, but overall this is just poorly done and very unoriginal. If you are a diehard High & Mighty fan, you might find some redeemable qualities in it, but I would recommend flipping the record and listening to 'Dick Starbuck' or the very dope Alchemist-produced 'Top Prospects.'

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