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|(4.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 9|
Name: Radu (Posted: 3/31/2008 12:08:00 PM; Partial IP: 116.228.26)
Location: Brasov / Romana
Comment: one of my favourite track from doom
Name: diligentone (Posted: 1/21/2004 2:31:00 AM)
Summary: Typical Doom
Comment: I just listen to Doom for his multi-syllable rhymes now, which is all he needs, (circuses/ work this is). One of the better beats from Vol 2, except for the fact that its been out for like 2,3 years already, it's cool that Doom has the balls to sing badly, like we all do privately when we listen to Kanye West.
Name: aceyalonestarks (Posted: 9/24/2003 6:44:00 PM)
Summary: From The Singing School Of Ol' D.b,
Comment: Doom is just ridiculous. He fantastically flips flows single handedly.... Just trippin'. He definitely is creative and good at the same time without losing a beat. Good stuff from the supa villain.
Name: hanus (Posted: 1/20/2003 11:54:00 AM)
Summary: Once Again...
Comment: You need to appreciate Doom's beats in order to love his music. He IS the most abstract producer (no snakes alive). His rhymes are so thought out. He is the super villan of hip hop. His hip hop is like reading a dope comic book. I love this track, it shows Doom can take any sample and bring it to life with his raw drum loops and awsome rhyme talent.
Name: Pinhead (Posted: 12/4/2002 4:49:00 PM)
Summary: Doom Strikes Again
Comment: I know about the sample and the singing. I have the jazz cut that he sampled and it's one of my favorites, and as for the singing, that came from Brownstone "I heard it through the grapevine..." Doom takes it there whether people want to hear it from him or not. Personally, when I first heard the chorus I tripped out! I was like dude IS ill! The lyrics go without saying unless said by Doom himself. I think that this guy could write rhymes on a EKG from brain waves unconscious! Effortless execution always!
Name: Pinhead (Posted: 12/4/2002 4:44:00 PM)
Summary: Fresh Air
Comment: I like the crew M.I.C. overall. Not only because they are spawned from M.F. Doom but because they can rhyme! I love tracks that I have to listen to again and again just to catch what I didn't the first timeÖ keeps it interesting unlike the radio hits you hear like a bell on a grandfather clock (predictable and mundane) Keep it coming fellas!!! You've got my vote and my $15 dollars for the CD!
Name: seal_01 (Posted: 11/20/2002 10:18:00 AM)
Comment: I didnít quite like this one as much as the other side, but again the track is original and catchy. Ghidra, aka Doom, comes raw on it with some real dope, albeit terrible singing, Good stuff! Again, canít wait for the album!
|Name: Meat Makswell (Posted: 11/19/2002 12:00:00 PM)|
Comment: Now everyone knows I am a beatjunkie, so it's the first thing I will address. This beat sounded like an 80's TV show theme, but it wasn't all that bad. I actually kind of got into it. Anything with Doom on it and I am going to be partial; he has Meat Makswell credibility. This one, however, was nothing that will stand out. The highlight of the track was the attempt at singing, so if for nothing else, listen to it for that.
Name: Lao Duo Barg (Posted: 11/18/2002 10:01:00 PM)
Summary: A Beautiful Abstraction
Comment: Just from the title you should expect the unexpected. The beat is an ill wild-out sample accompanied by some tight lyrics by M.F Doom. The track is must a listen to the obscure minded. If youíre a conservative then stay away.