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|(3 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: Chronwell (Posted: 12/29/2002 11:50:00 PM)
Comment: Cool bouncy snatch off Lou Donaldson's classic "Its Your Thing." You gotta hear the original. Blue Note Records has put in a few breaks and beatdigging compilations. Lone Cat smash u sissies!
|Name: Phayde (Posted: 12/23/2002 2:28:00 PM)|
Comment: The first few times I listened to this, the blatant copy of Madonna’s beat in "I’d Rather Be Your Lover" proved to be hypnotically distracting. Additionally, it overpowered J. Sands and made it rather difficult to focus on the vocals. After turning down the bass and struggling to make out the lyrics, I was left with no real sense of any meaning or message in the song. Check this track out if you're a J. Sands fan, but I would personally pass.
Name: Quest (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 12/20/2002 10:11:00 AM)
Location: UGHH World HQ - Boston, MA
Summary: Punks Jump Up Revisited
Comment: I'm feeling this track, chopped up courtesy of K-Otik's producer "The Are". If you like Brand Nubian - 'Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down' (and who doesn't), you'll love how "The Are" flips this track. Add J. Sands layed back flow to the mix and you have a dope track.
Name: direct14 (Posted: 12/19/2002 4:06:00 AM)
Summary: Another Head Nodder From The Lone Cat Crew
Comment: All we need for this one is Sadat X making a guest appearance to lace the last verse. Not at all am I endorsing this track as the next "Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down" being one of my top ten hip hop tracks of all time but I am saying my head was in constant nod mode. J. Sands spittin’ his usual mediocre rhymes which is a compliment being that I get the feeling when he rhymes he doesn’t want to outshine the beat which is a great balancing act. He just relaxes and spits. Add the scratching to the mix and this is a good effort. 7/10