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|(3 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: smudge (Posted: 7/16/2003 10:20:00 AM)
Summary: Not Bad
Comment: This track is alright but the rolling piano loop did kinda annoy me. This track did have a couple of laughs but if you wanna real laugh check out Masta Fuol in a bikini at www.basementalism.com. That ish is just sick.
|Name: mARTin (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: Most of us would consider the line, "You live at home with your mom" a diss, one sentence that could easily start a fight (or worse). Thirstin Howl and Master Fuol now tries their best to take the negative energy out of the statement and make it into something positve. I have no problems with seeing some of the advantages with living at home. You got free rent, free light, free phone, and stuff like that and I admit that the line "I ain't scared to open bills, 'cause none of them in my name" made me a little jealous of Fuol. But seriouly... grow up and get a "real" job fellas. This joint may be funny the first time you hear it but the replay value equals zero.