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|(4.8 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: will (Posted: 6/15/2009 11:07:00 AM; Partial IP: 155.200.83)
Comment: dis track is the shit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Name: john (Posted: 6/15/2009 10:56:00 AM; Partial IP: 155.200.83)
Location: brooklyn ny
Comment: this track dosen t even need its comment just its star
Name: Mike Pukmel (Posted: 3/14/2009 5:24:00 PM; Partial IP: .22.197.28)
Location: Boston ,MA, USA
Comment: Wow, got to be the best of the best, still powerful after all these years!
Name: dakid (Posted: 2/7/2008 1:06:00 PM; Partial IP: 198.207.41)
Location: Iselin, NJ
Comment: dis iz da joint..
Name: specialk (Posted: 4/21/2004 9:45:00 PM)
Summary: Classic From 88
Comment: This is one of '88s best when numerous singles were out this was one of them maybe a top 100 rap single ever.
Name: PHIZIL SKIZILL (Posted: 3/2/2003 11:22:00 PM)
Comment: I am speechless. I get a hard-on every time I play this classic!
Name: ThunderBeats (Posted: 10/26/2002 11:18:00 AM)
Summary: Less Is More
Comment: This is an example that bare-bones beats can work wonders. MPC's, multi-tracks and expensive sequencing software doesn't count for sh*t if you have no funk or style in your beats. Catchy as f*ck lyrics, simple and clean- a classic old school head-nodder.
|Name: high-c (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)|
Comment: If this jam doesn't give you a chronic case of involuntary-neck-bend-syndrome, it's safe to say that you're a lost cause. This track is the very essence of old school. With each crack of the drum machine, you're taken back to the era of minimally dope instrumentals and raw rhyming simplicity. Even though this track was released in 1988, each syllable is annunciated with the "old-school inflection" of an early 80's record. Despite the current re-release of this 12", I'm sad to say that I still don't even own a copy. So, while I sit and cry about it, peep the track and let the nostalgia run high.
Name: backspin (Posted: 10/18/2002 3:42:00 PM)
Summary: Boom Bap
Comment: This is one of the songs that made everybody want to rhyme- just kicking the rhyme with your friends in a circle with somebody doing the human beat box. Dope rhymes, and dope beat, mos def a classic!
Name: ElChef (Posted: 8/26/2002 12:45:00 AM)
Summary: Clean And Precise Music
Comment: Remember listening to this in High School. Clean beats and to the point lyrics made it easy to remember. RUN DMC were good at that sort of marketing. Clean and memorable lyrics. That is what has made rap popular. Audio Two were pioneers in this genre.