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|(3.1 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: Jae Woods (Posted: 7/10/2006 5:37:00 PM)
Summary: He Sucks, But Theres A Reason.......
Comment: MC Paul Barman tries to bring a different style to the world of Hip-Hop, and he fails. He's like the bad version of Sage Francis. This might work for some other kind of music, but this ain't hip-hop. Beat was pretty okay though.....
Name: diligentone (Posted: 1/21/2004 2:14:00 AM)
Comment: I've listened to this song a lot on Sandbox trying to catch the point, because these nerd rappers want you "to think," but this truly doesn't move me, the beat was tight for the intro, but what it switched to I wasn't feeling. There will be those that swear by it, and you guys are right, we(most everybody) don't understand it. To each his own though.
Name: niekrawks (Posted: 12/23/2003 3:40:00 PM)
Comment: This is f*cking great. I don't know why you hate if its different. This dude is ill. He should hook up with Sage.
Name: hanus (Posted: 1/17/2003 1:13:00 PM)
Summary: Barman And Doom
Comment: Paul Barman is brilliant. He is witty and cunning. He knows the english language. His wordplay is out of this world. Doom's production is always dirty. A very on point track
too bad the staff reviewer don't know shit. He dont even know Doom.
|Name: Meat Makswell (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)|
Comment: Never heard of this guy and honestly, I wasn't missing anything. If anything, I would ask for his producer's name. He's offbeat and sounds like a whack Eyedea. However, the beat is kind of ill, but the lyrics undershine it so badly that this one is not even worth peeping. It's a hip-hop spoof.
Name: dixienormus (Posted: 9/16/2002 5:53:00 AM)
Summary: Lose This One
Comment: Thought it was a joke. Iím still waiting for someone to say youíre on candid camera. Gave me more reason to keep on pushing on my album. A true reminder of the word WACK.
Name: lil mike da gooch (Posted: 9/15/2002 11:27:00 PM)
Summary: My Ears Are Hurting
Comment: I don't know what to say... The lyrics and this cats voice was annoying. It sounds like something my lil cousins would make after a few glasses of Kool-Aid. I don't want to hear that song again.
Name: wackemcee (Posted: 9/15/2002 12:09:00 AM)
Summary: Pay A Little Attention
Comment: MC Paul Barman is a rhyming genius. Even though, most listeners will be lost on this track by Barman's unconventional flows and MF Doom's abstract production concepts. Warning! Not a canned sound: Serious hip hop heads only!
Name: cboogie (Posted: 9/2/2002 2:25:00 PM)
Summary: Super, Thanks For Asking
Comment: Listen, Paul sounds like that gay guy from South Park (Big Gay Al)! I like the beat, but come on man, people are trying to sound so different just to get notice, even if they sound stupid.. No wins in mi casa.
Name: D.L.C. (Posted: 8/26/2002 7:09:00 PM)
Summary: Barmy's Still Smarmy
Comment: Paul Barman's rhyming style is one of the most disjointed and maladjusted flows on the planet - thus making it a joy to experience all in the same breath. In fact, his performance on this song is more rhythmically challenging than any of his previous work. If you can follow along, the kudos should go to the Super Villain - Metal Fingers Doom. Doom's late-night, 70's film-inspired musical romp is so ugly that it's beautiful to witness. This is good old fashioned Mom's basement beat making at its best.