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|(3 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: bunni_slipperz (Posted: 1/9/2003 12:27:00 AM)
Summary: Not Hot
Comment: Don't like their flow. If you're going to use a classic beat like that one, use it right.
Name: KatchPhraze (Posted: 1/1/2003 10:58:00 PM)
Comment: I can't help but sing "one Mississippi, two Mississippi" when this beat starts. I dunno, not a huge fan of Lone Catalysts but this was alright, not blaze, but alright..
|Name: Phayde (Posted: 12/23/2002 2:27:00 PM)|
Comment: "Dirty Dick" started off with about a minute of simplistic, mediocre storytelling that set up a scene with J. and some woman in a motel six, then faded off into two more minutes of absolute nothingness. In all honesty, it sounded like after the 1:15 mark, J. Sands had forgotten he was still recording a track, only spitting the occasional line here and there as if he was reading over his rhymes. Worth checking out just for the sheer awkwardness of it, but not much else.
Name: direct14 (Posted: 12/19/2002 3:58:00 AM)
Summary: J. Sands Goes Solo With A Hot Effort
Comment: Gotta love any track with a Lone Catalyst member reppin' it. I'm a big fan of them so I'm a little partial. Nice updated jazzy version of "Who Got The Props" mixed in with some nice effects and vocal samples make this a track not to miss. 7/10
Name: DJT (Posted: 12/18/2002 6:34:00 PM)
Summary: Sands Comes Back Strong For The New Year
Comment: Yes, yes, yes! This joint is smooth as f@ck! I like the way they used the sample on this, similar to the way Black Moon on 'Who Got The Props'. J Sands comes off nice on this one, along with the other MC, proving he can hold his own without J. Rawls. Nice.