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|(3.9 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: hiphopsifu77 (Posted: 9/18/2005 11:06:00 AM)
Comment: O.D.B. sounds hectic over this Premo beat and his rhymes are actually audible and coherent! Not too sure about the wailing but then I guess that was just typical O.D.B.
Name: matt one (Posted: 4/20/2005 2:37:00 PM)
Summary: Good Combo
Comment: Premo an Ol' Dirt-tay comin' together. Good idea, and this song comes out dope.
Name: virtik (Posted: 3/8/2005 3:33:00 PM)
Summary: O.D.B. w/ Primo = Hot Combo
Comment: Primo's sound is out of this world. ODB comes out with some dope lyrics. This time you can understand what he is saying. Still dirty but more lyrical. Wu-Tang Forever.
Name: specialk (Posted: 2/17/2005 7:02:00 PM)
Summary: Rest In Peace O.D.B.
Comment: A very weird chorus, great though. This track has some nice lyrics. Not the best beat ever by Premo but still it's above average. O.D.B. is the star here though.
|Name: Daryl Stoneage (Posted: 2/3/2005 10:47:00 AM)|
Comment: It's always tragic when we lose one of our own. To think of pioneering albums like Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) or his ingenious solo effort Return To The 36 Chambers or even just how many times he's been sampled over the years, the Ol' Dirty Bastard brought something new and innovative to the game. I think hearing him now with one of the best producers of all time, DJ Premier, is a nice send off. R.I.P.O.D.B. Peace.
Name: petma01 (Posted: 2/2/2005 8:52:00 AM)
Summary: 5 Star Beat, As Usual...
Comment: Always, great production when we're talking about Preme. ODB's great on this beat. Too sad he died at the age of 36. He might've been crazy, weird, or whateva, but he still came out with "Return to the 36 Chambers," an all time hip hop classic.
Name: Gene Yuss (Posted: 1/30/2005 12:40:00 AM)
Summary: This Is Tragic To Listen To..
Comment: I personally think this is just tragic to listen to. The O.D.B. that most of us knew as far as music went, would spit verses about anything, shit not even pertaining to the track, shit that just had nothing to do with anything! Nonetheless it was dope every time. However, when the god gets focused and really spits a track with some content, it comes out after he's passed.
Name: Crazy Eddie 116 (Posted: 1/28/2005 2:20:00 PM)
Summary: I Don't Know
Comment: I love Ol' Dirty but that wailing on the hook doesn't sound right with a Primo beat. His lyrics are much more coherent. I don't know if that makes him better or worse.
Name: djplanet (Posted: 1/26/2005 3:47:00 AM)
Summary: What A Surprise
Comment: This record is actually pretty damn good. ODB is a lot more tame than usual on this one, so he sounds a little different. But it's still Ol' Dirty. Put that together with DJ Premier's bouncy production and precise cuts, you get a winner every time. R.I.P. Dirty.
Name: specialk (Posted: 1/25/2005 1:04:00 PM)
Summary: Rest In Peace Ol' Dirty!
Comment: It is a shame that O.D.B. had to die last year at about the age of 36.The beat on this track was by DJ Premier. It is weird but effective and of course O.D.B. was always weird but effective.