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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: DaRk MaGuS (Posted: 11/8/2002 11:39:00 PM)
Summary: This Is Song Is A Perfect Exemplification Of The Beauty Of Expression And Self-opinion.....
Comment: This song is a true revelation as it really exposes the moral issues of our times. A true classic! The music is sublime.
|Name: Deimos Viphe (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: You would need to clone Allen Iverson at least a 100 times to have an answer for all the questions asked in this jawn. 418Hz may not be bringing us the drum and bass fusion with hip-hop we all fell in love with, however, it is laced with some of that smooth 'head-nodding' production. A loop of a horn, some hard hitting drums, scratches by Kahlid and a little variation gives the lick a nice atmosphere for Zion to breath in. Staying a little more on the consciousness side of things and not touching upon the old 'How Many Emcee's Must Get Dissed' topic; Zion I ponders about everything from their rotation in your deck to the struggles of everyday life. Leaving only one question left to answer. Why haven't you copped this yet?