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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: the illmind junglist (Posted: 11/6/2006 2:08:00 AM)
Comment: Got a real nice sound to it, sumtin' cool to vibe too and smoke a nice chop to and sip on that good ol brew. Give these Bay Area cats their props. The bay ain't jus all that hyphy shit, we got ill dudes producing nice smooth shit too.
|Name: DJ Timid (Posted: 5/21/2006 10:01:00 AM)|
Comment: This track is really on some head nod type vibe—the kind that gives you whiplash and must look crazy from the stage when you see a whole room full of cats doing it. Kurt laced it with some nice energy that gave Motion Man the perfect canvas to either sink or swim on his own merit. He went with the latter, which makes this whole track a gem, especially when you have the luxury of being able to pull in a legend like Q-bert to lay down some of the dopest hiccup style scratches that I've heard in quite some time. Q-bert does what he does best here, which is subtly pointing out the difference between the few turntablists out there on his level and the large community of needle-nerds thinking that the primitive, stoned out cuts their making in their mom's basement are going to dominate the globe. When I hear Q scratch and I compare it to your average cutter (myself included), I think of the Apathy rhyme that goes "Me even dealing with these fools, is kinda like a rocket scientist teaching pre-school." Word.