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Kid Sundance & Dudley Perkins (Declaime) - 'Mother Earth' (Audio MP3 Stream)
 

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Producer:Kid Sundance
Label:Fair Deal Records
Date added:12/17/2002
Song time:3:03
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3.3 Stars(3.3 Stars)
Total Comments: 4
4 Stars
Name: Al Tha Butcher (Posted: 12/26/2002 3:26:00 AM)
Summary: Declaime
Comment: If you don't know Declaime (Dudley), you should. He is part of the Oxnard Cali crew that has brought us Madlib and Loot Pack, Medaphoar and Oh No. Declaime’s lyrics aren't generally complicated, but they do contain an infectious charisma. Sundance is unknown to me, but his skills producing seem to be well rounded.
4 Stars
Name: kambril (Posted: 12/25/2002 8:45:00 PM)
Summary: Declaime The Name
Comment: This is Declaime using a different name and with a Dutch producer. Refreshingly different from his usual Madlib beats even if this one sounds familiar (sample also used by Large Pro?)
Name: Ash-en-wan (Posted: 12/21/2002 12:04:00 AM)
Comment: See, now I’m thinking these cats got fair studio skills but I bet you a bluey (that’s five pounds in my land) that Kid and Dudley rock a tight live set. The deep thrusting bass line of “Mother Earth” highlights this crew’s dope production capabilities, but as with “Fault (Yes)” the beat comprehensively overwhelms the MC. Listen out for the second beat, which has a wicked doubled-up snare. Now go buy!
2 Stars
Name: direct14 (Posted: 12/19/2002 4:27:00 AM)
Summary: Cris Dudley Meets Sam Perkins On The Mic
Comment: If you were to take basketball players Sam Perkins and Chris Dudley, put them into one body and have them rhyme you would get Dudley Perkins on the mic. Another lackluster, all too boring song with no rewind appeal at all. Production is ok, but that's being nice. Don't have Santa bring you this 12” for Christmas. 3/10

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