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|(4.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: g pop (Posted: 10/6/2009 12:44:00 AM; Partial IP: 109.115.59)
Location: bean town
Comment: yo ive ben listenin to this song for years!!!! bought the sin city album way back!! this track doesnt get the props it deservs!!! coppd the wax nd evry time I throw this shit on everyone nd they momma goes wild real talk!!!!!
Name: chaotix (Posted: 2/5/2004 12:54:00 PM)
Summary: Good Feelings
Comment: People make songs about when they were young all the time, but the lyrics and the beat were dope. He relates it to his life now and asks what happened. This song makes me reminisce.
|Name: The Difference (Posted: 5/15/2003 1:35:00 AM)|
Comment: The Boston Cats are back at it again but this time with the Soul Searchers behind the boards. I seem to always like tracks that reflect to the past, they always seem to bring a tear to my eye. In "Sunshine Days," they talk about the things that made the good ol' days, the good ol' days. They also bring an interesting topic of how they have changed from their past and been somewhat corrupted. “Sunshine Days" goes a step further in the reminiscing phase and the female sample adds a nice touch too. Definitely worth the peep.
Name: hiphoptime (Posted: 2/13/2003 12:53:00 AM)
Summary: Excellent Song
Comment: Reminiscing of the good old days is a good thing, and this song does a good thing of explaining those good days. I think I actually can remember when happy meals were two dollars.