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|(3.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: DJ Lord Ron (Posted: 5/24/2005 7:10:00 PM)
Summary: Is This On A 12" ????
Comment: This track is dope. Ge-ololgy did his thing on this phat production and if a muthafucka can't feel this, that muthafucka does not have any soul, word bond!
Name: F5THC (Posted: 11/1/2003 7:50:00 PM)
Summary: Pete Rock A Feature Artist?
Comment: It's strange to see Pete Rock handling the mic over another producers beat.
Ge-ology provides a nice urban feel to this piece of work & Grand Agent with his content, concious & self-aware rhyme skills make this a nice track.
Hip Hop disciples treat!!!
|Name: Paul (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)|
Comment: Pete Rock with no Pete Rock production? Thankfully, Ge-ology handles the remix for "This Is What They Meant." The grumbling bassline and horn stabs are nice, and Pete and Grand Agent are able to hold their own on the m-i-c. That's really all I can say about this track. It'll get your head nodding, so just listen already.
Name: treblehigh (Posted: 9/10/2002 3:41:00 PM)
Summary: Bring Back Pete Rock And C.l.
Comment: This track is nice! It is nostalgic like that golden age of the mid '90s. Even though Pete didn't lace the track, Ge-ololgy holds his own. I didn't give the track an excellent rating because I feel if Pete Rock had his hands behind the boards, and C.L. would’ve spit a verse alongside Grand Agent, this track would be something to write home about. A definite track that is worth a listen. Strictly a head-nodder, and not for the pop-rap crowd.