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Move.Meant - 'The Rebirth' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Listens:4097
Producer:Just
Label:Wax Paper Records
Date added:2/6/2003
Song time:4:20
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4 Stars(4 Stars)
Total Comments: 3
4 Stars
Name: DJPrimetime (Posted: 5/20/2003 9:15:00 AM)
Summary: Great Track
Comment: My friend just put me on to it and I'm really diggin the cuts on the hook and the lyrics.
Name: Knowledge (Posted: 2/12/2003 12:25:00 PM)
Comment: This track pulls a complete 180 from the somber tone of “Heather.” I say this to simply note the versatility that Move.Meant shows by creating an up-tempo feel combined with braggadocio rhymes on “The Rebirth.” Move.Meant shows his prowess as a wordsmith to be above average here; although, better production could have helped this one to stay a bit more interesting. Move.Meant seems to know that he brings something fresh to the indie scene stating, “tryin’ to reinvent the wheel by just puttin’ a different spin on it.” Hopefully this guy is here to stay.
4 Stars
Name: epical (Posted: 2/11/2003 7:48:00 PM)
Summary: Damn.
Comment: Near perfection in production. Lyrical genius also appears to be going on here as well. "Hands down we da illest"- I can't say I'd argue too much with that.