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|(3.9 Stars)||Total Comments: 11|
Name: yewtew (Posted: 11/23/2006 5:26:00 AM)
Comment: Rodan, Megalon, Kong, Spiega respectively. They represented for the Czars. It is kinda subtle, but it is rare. Enjoy as much as possible.
Name: Chris McCaffrey (Posted: 7/29/2005 8:05:00 PM)
Summary: Maybe It's The Beat.
Comment: I don't know, this song is pretty, but I probably like it because of the "elevator music" beat brought in by M.F. Doom. The super-fast lyrics are good and seem to fit in with the beat better than I thought it would.
Name: diligentone (Posted: 1/21/2004 2:24:00 AM)
Summary: Its Good
Comment: Yo I feel the previous post about El-P and Doom, but I'm feeling this song. The bass lick is what does it for me, but as far as a doom beat its average. I like Megalon but everyone else ain't that great in the MIC (sans Grimm and Doom). It's one of those you like for the beat but need lyrics in order to listen to it.
Name: SharpestInTheShed (Posted: 9/23/2003 2:00:00 AM)
Summary: Do You Backpacking Kids Even Listen To These Songs?!
Comment: Anytime it's M.F. Doom or El-P on the boards, a team of backpackers all review the song and say it's dope; they should try actually listening to the music. In this case it sucks. So stop the cock-riding, as much as you want to suck Doom's dick, if a track is bad, it's bad. And by the way I AM a Doom fan.
Name: JahIzrael (Posted: 2/22/2003 2:05:00 PM)
Comment: This joint is real nice! M.F. laced a real dope beat, and the MC's spit exactly how you're supposed to on this type of beat. They spit nothing supremely great but it fits and it works. Nice joint. Rapid fire. I think Megalon (one of my favorite MC's) comes with the best verse.
Name: Mike Rekha (Posted: 1/20/2003 5:50:00 PM)
Summary: The Production Makes The Song.
Comment: The line up of emcees is cool, but the production is just different. I personally love when producers come with retro beats. It just makes it more soulful. The addition of a nice line up of emcees caps a song like this off and makes it something that you can listen to 24-7.
Name: dj shAde (Posted: 1/8/2003 11:16:00 PM)
Summary: Completely Ill, M.i.c., King Ghidra, Emily Lazar!!
Comment: I must agree with everyone on the thumbz up. The 4 emcees murder the track, especially Megalon.
"Blood of Jesus, tampon style, believe this." DAMN! Plus the beat is love. I thought Emily Lazar blessed the sound. I'd give this 2 thumbz up. Anyways, I think this is ghetto truth and realer than most. Cop the single and support this camp.
Name: WallyZee (Posted: 12/2/2002 9:17:00 PM)
Summary: The Definition Of Ill
Comment: I've never listened to any of these guys before thinking this stuff is to abstract, but once I heard this I was hooked. This song is too too ill. The beat is sick and the rappers' delivery is well done. Sick song so peep this track if you haven't already.
Name: seal_01 (Posted: 11/20/2002 10:08:00 AM)
Comment: I think the aggressive attack of MC's like this, is one of the main things that make hip-hop dope (why rhyme about pussy OR the president - when you can spit about BOTH - and in the same verse). The bassline on this track is groovy as hell! The Czars sound smart enough for the backpacker crowd but genuinely raw enough for the streets, but not glossy enough for mainstream. That's the type of hip-hop I crave. Lookin' forward to the LP!
|Name: Meat Makswell (Posted: 11/19/2002 12:00:00 PM)|
Comment: A nice little lineup of MC's here, but I wasn't really impressed. The beat sounded like elevator music to me, and the lyricists sounded like they were either trying to fit too many words into their verses or didn't know whether to rhyme about "p*ssy as sweet as Mya's" or President Bush. If you like to wear backpacks (hint hint) you might feel this, but I kind of put my Yak-Pak down for this one.
Name: Lao Duo Barg (Posted: 11/18/2002 10:20:00 PM)
Summary: More Of The Obscure
Comment: This is a great collabo track. Every emcee came off tight and distinct from one another. It has the same feeling as "Mic Line," which makes it equally enjoyable. I like the choice of the sample since it reminds one of Godzilla, Ultraman and the rest of them monsters that terrorized Japan.