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|(3.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 7|
Name: chainsaw ARMS (Posted: 9/11/2003 10:21:00 PM)
Comment: What squide said!
|Name: Robin Crates (Posted: 5/8/2003 6:55:00 PM)|
Comment: Oh lord it is the MadLib invasion...the LoopDigga returns with some sublime bass grooves and ass-shakin mariachi sh*t. The hook is on a sultry/soulful vibe and in fact this whole track just screams soul. Wildchild drops the fly lyrics to perfect the party atmosphere that this track brings. Definitely functional at the club, your ride, your girls house, your moms house (where I'm at), or wherever the parties poppin off.
Name: ChaotikEntity (Posted: 4/20/2003 10:51:00 PM)
Summary: A Track To Relax On
Comment: Looking for something mellow to nod to? Then listen to this! The chorus is simple and if you add that with a smooth beat, you've got a good song. Wild's flow was decent and I like how he does a little flashback with how it "used to be."
Name: squide (Posted: 4/17/2003 7:45:00 AM)
Summary: Didn't Like This Beat At All
Comment: The sample wasn't that great either, nor was the chorus; pretty cliché. Wildchild's flow is great though. Oddly, I like that twinkley sound that came in every few seconds.
Name: shk666 (Posted: 4/17/2003 3:28:00 AM)
Summary: Who? I Don't Care
Comment: Wow, this time the rapping is cool, but the production is too naked-feeling. Okay beat but just not supporting the rap.
Name: magic13131313 (Posted: 4/6/2003 12:01:00 AM)
Summary: This Is More Like It
Comment: Gotta agree with the above that this song would be hot live. Madlib's beat is a little better but still not up to his full potential. Wildchild straight brings it on this song, I can't even talk that fast let alone flow at the speed he has mastered. They are still one of the most consistent crews in hip hop.
Name: sub7_x2 (Posted: 3/27/2003 4:03:00 PM)
Summary: Let He Who Has Madlibed Cast The First Stones Throw
Comment: I'm sorry but when it comes to Stones Throw and the Pack there is nothing but palmed entrances into the graces of my criticism. Another pure track that personifies Wildchild's style. If you don't feel it here you will feel it when it's live, and that of course is how hip hop is supposed to be heard.