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Name: mug pattern sporadic (Posted: 8/15/2005 10:35:00 AM) Summary: El-P Can Remix A Hell Of A Lot Better Comment: The original beat was boring, this beat sucks. El Producto made the sickest shit for s a smash on the Def Jux teaser and I thought it was his turn again but this beat has no direction and fades in and out to easly. Ghost and EL-P sound good together on the original but this beat rapes whatever they had.
Name: Unxpekted (Posted: 7/4/2005 6:35:00 PM) Summary: Potentially Incredible, Put Together Terribley Comment: I couldn't wait for this combo. When I listened to it I was very confused by the production. Oddly placed backround noises etc, the only thing that shines is Theodore veteran, Shaolin's Ghostface. El-P gets lit on fire by Ghostface's more relaxed and smooth type flow and rides the track with ease. Instead of El-P trying to collaborate with Ghost I feel like he is just babbling and giving up knowing he cant variate enough to spit with the Wu-Classic. The whole track is trash although it is worth it to just hear it. I love the Masta Killa and GZA track by Prefuse 73. That is one to def cop.
Name: issphitikozs (Posted: 3/16/2005 3:36:00 PM) Summary: Oh, Now I Get It Comment: Hideya- 'Ghost' -Face. Hype!
Name: issphitikozs (Posted: 3/16/2005 3:19:00 PM) Summary: What Dasem Said Comment: Banging! Banging! BANGING!! Ghost and El: I've already mixed Ghost's "Apollo Kid's" acapella on EL's "The Day After Yesterday" beat, which turned out tooooo nice. Now an official collabo, it just don't get any better!
Name: The Difference (Posted: 3/15/2005 2:56:00 PM) Comment: Now this is what I call an odd combination. Itís like every true blue hip-hop elitistís dream come true and every street orientated, gully hip-hopperís worst nightmare. Well call it what you will, but itís official and itís not that bad either. Considering Iím not really feeling El-Pís beat for the remix, I still enjoyed hearing Ghostfaceís always sick flow, and El-P did a nice job on the hook too. The atmosphere makes it sound more like 2 vocals layered together rather than Ghost and EL-P actually collaborating on a track, but itís nice all together. I actually think this is great for hip-hop, and it just shows how far the music goes. I prefer the Prefuse version better, but they are both worth a listen nonetheless.
Name: wunderman (Posted: 3/1/2005 4:35:00 PM) Summary: Sub-par Comment: It doesn't get any more exciting than this. Finally, folks we have a collabo with two of raps greatest, Ghostface and ehh...El-P. But in this case, sad to say, I was very much disappointed. I mean c'mon El-P here goes your big chance to shine with an original Wu-member and somehow you just seem to blow it, not lyrically, but far as production and how the whole project was put together- sounds like it was rushed, not too mention ghost-dini had to turn it down a few notches for you to keep up.
Name: Dasem (Posted: 3/1/2005 9:37:00 AM) Summary: Holy Sh*t! Comment: Fuckin' hell! Ghostface and El-P together, such a strange mix! In fact I would have thought it was too strange to work (especially over an El-P beat), but it so does! The beat is amazing, as it isn't too crazy. So Ghostface can flow and he kills it (as does El-P). Just, wow, thatís all I can say.
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