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|(3.3 Stars)||Total Comments: 12|
Name: Truessence (Posted: 3/27/2010 11:33:00 AM; Partial IP: 36.162.105)
Location: santa cruz
Comment: One of the most lyrically tallented artist around loop pack word up wish there were still doin there thing and if you arnt on this level well then it simply want made for you... but for real no ones is stepin to this to raw yea its abc's but like he said were ON POINT
Name: ProdigiousFlow (Posted: 2/27/2004 3:02:00 PM)
Summary: Madlib Comes Through Again
Comment: This track represents Madlib's creativity a versitality at its best. With "on point" lootpack transforms a beat that could have gone in many other directions into a gritty rhyme scheme that contrasts it perfectly.
Name: dirtyrottenscoundral (Posted: 2/4/2004 5:54:00 PM)
Summary: Is This Over All Ya Headz?
Comment: With the name Madlib next to producer, you know this joint is gonna be dope no question. All I wanna know is why everyone hates on the lyrics? When's the last time you herd an MC spell out his sh*t like that. This cut is nothing but original and I guess you gots to be "on point" to appreciate Lootpack's lyrical style on this one.
Name: Heavycee (Posted: 11/11/2003 3:53:00 AM)
Summary: Lose That Rhyme!
Comment: Yo, I love these guys. Or at least Madlib, Wildchild's just aight...Anyways, this beat is way too milky for Madlib to do that "spell out" sh*t on it. Fa real, this beat is extra hot. I only wish the 7" I have of this record had the instrumental too.
Name: karkus (Posted: 10/25/2002 1:15:00 AM)
Summary: Dammit!! Why !?!?!
Comment: I see so much potential for this, but f*ck, this flow totally ruined it for me! I caught myself wanting to just turn the vocals off or tell Lootpack to shut the f*ck up so I can hear the beautiful melody.
|Name: Paul (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)|
Comment: I've been waiting for some new Lootpack material for a very long time. "On Point" has arrived, and it lives up to the title. The piano sample is fantastic, and the bassline carries the track into the headphone territory. The rhymes do leave something to be desired as Madlib sounds a little wasted and seems a little off point at times. But the production is a must-hear so give it a listen. If this is just a teaser for their new stuff, than Lootpack's future looks good.
Name: Mister H (Posted: 8/13/2002 6:53:00 AM)
Summary: Perspective On The Lp Style
Comment: Evgeryone has a particular point of view on hip hop and generally on music. Mine for the Lootpack and maybe more specifically Madlib is that in this song the whole spelling out of lyrics, the dusty beats, the somewhat lazy sound, is all part of the style. For me, this song really encapsulates the 'Lootpack sound' - yeah I miss Wildchild in this track, but overall, I think it's a great song. Can someone confirm for me that there is not even going to a last full Lootpack album? Last I heard one was coming.....
Name: LXV100 (Posted: 8/7/2002 1:11:00 PM)
Summary: Not Mind Blowing, But Creative. . .
Comment: I like the fact that Madlib plays with words here. The beat is a little monotonous, I've heard better LOOTPACK tracks. I usually don't like MADLIBS flow, and even on this track I think he needs to drink some coffee to wake up his rhymes! Overall it's a good song...
Name: Infinite Thoughtz (Posted: 8/5/2002 12:07:00 AM)
Summary: Is This Madlib In Kindergarden?
Comment: Lootpack is known to rip the mic.But this is WACK. Itís ok Madlib, I know you want to go back to kindergarten. But damn, where is Wildchild? Now he's dope.
Name: AbsentMinds (Posted: 7/23/2002 11:34:00 PM)
Summary: Lootpack Miss The Mark On This One
Comment: Itís a shame they went out with a wimper instead of a bang. Lootpack's final work could have been so much better. The production is amazing, but I can't STAND the rhymes (read archaic's review.) I only hope that the members will be better off on their own, because lets face it, if this is the best they could do to finish off as a collective, they can't get much worse.
Name: archaic (Posted: 7/21/2002 12:32:00 AM)
Summary: Is This A Spelling Bee Or Something
Comment: Why is Madlib SPELLING everything? This is one of the worst songs I have ever heard. I can imagine an amazing song coming over this beat, but the whole thing is ruined by some ugly ABC style. I'm all for originality and sounding new and different, but this just sounds bad. No more Lootpack? Gee, too bad.
Name: *jaz72* (Posted: 7/12/2002 11:35:00 PM)
Summary: No More Loot Pack?
Comment: It is said this is the last Lootpack joint (7" inch no less), but it's beautiful, a looping blues soaked piano and laidback Madlib (whatís new right?) spelling out his rhymes with the usual crisp drums our ears have got accustomed to. On Point? Lootpack always have been, if this is the last recording as Lootpack, it's a dope way to go out but what a loss to hip hop. Oh well... the Wildchild solo, Quas solo, Madlib solo, and Oh No solo will make up for it.