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|(3.9 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: J6N (Posted: 9/19/2003 3:07:00 PM)
Summary: Rjd2 Confirms Himself As The God Of Production.
Comment: This beat is nothing short of astounding. I am not at all surprised however, due to the simple fact that RJD2 did it. RJD2's skills are unrivaled, and his god-like abilities are showing no sign of ceasing. He drops another magnificent gem here, and in my opinion it’s better than the original. El-P's lyrics are brilliant as usual as well. One word: WOW!
Name: lank_link (Posted: 6/23/2003 7:18:00 PM)
Summary: Can't Get Enough
Comment: Classic El (loved the original) over straight emphysema-sick beats by the most underrated producer, RJD2. Turn it up cuz DEF JUX is running sh*t these days.
Name: silybl (Posted: 1/23/2003 1:00:00 PM)
Summary: Def Juxies
Comment: All I have to say is RJD2. The Beethoven of Hip-Hop has mastered another remix. Fans of this should check "Tippin Domino's" by Vast Aire and RJD2. Mad props to EL-P and Fantastic Damage.
Name: dexterous (Posted: 11/22/2002 1:23:00 PM)
Summary: Try To Stay Still While Listening
Comment: I seriously can't stop nodding my head when listening to this. RJD2 is a brave cat trying to remix a track originally produced by El-P, but I find this remix equally enjoyable in its own way. El-P isn't the greatest emcee but he offers constant clever insights about society in often understated ways. "Little girl better flash nipples and the cameras might want her." One of the better emcees out today, but not quite in the top few, at least in my mind. Nobody puts music out like Def Jux, and if it weren't for them it's hard to say where the underground would be.
Name: MCtoad (Posted: 11/7/2002 1:44:00 PM)
Summary: The Remix Isn't As Good As Original
Comment: Hhmmmm,yeah this beat is jazzy and tight, or whatever. RJD2 had his hands in a little too deep cuz he's on some "population control- funcrusher-additive." He likes to overdo things with samples from the 50's, but this track is under done. Hence the catchy, jazzy horns and bass line that leave the lyrics with not enough backing. I like the original version better. But after seeing El-P live my feelings for his style and character have withered away. Maybe it's just me but I think M&M and El-P would make a dope battle-
wouldn't be surprised to see him on MTV.
Name: kingshit (Posted: 11/1/2002 6:10:00 PM)
Summary: Classic El-p
Comment: Classic El-P and RJD2 is not to be slept on. I am not one to say that “Fantastic Damage” is one of my favorite hip-hop albums at any time, but this mix is dope.
|Name: Robin Crates (Posted: 10/29/2002 10:17:00 PM)|
Comment: El-Producto returns with a fresh remix off of his sonic hell-delusional-void-soundscape- masterpiece-epic “Fantastic Damage.” Simian drugs for your ears as this track executes the original with miscellaneous ranting between verses and a twisted melee of disoriented content. Flawless production on behalf of RJD2 who cooks up an array of foreign cult music loops, double snare drum hits, and horns blaring like New York City traffic.
Name: padidukes (Posted: 10/29/2002 12:38:00 AM)
Summary: Constant Playback
Comment: Well, the other two cats who've reviewed this are El-p fans. I’m definitely not, but this is probably my favorite joint out right now. RJD2 has quickly become my favorite producer over the last few months and El brings it hard on this one for sure. Blazin’!
Name: c.smith (Posted: 10/26/2002 2:33:00 PM)
Comment: Impressive sh*t right here. I’m an old El fan, and I've been sleepin’ on RJD2 until now. Beat is dope and El brings it. A must cop!
Name: hans (Posted: 10/25/2002 9:28:00 PM)
Summary: Sickie Ickie
Comment: This remix is just as hot as the original, but with a little jazzieness to freshen it up. “Fantastic Damage” is definitely one of my favorite recent albums throughout hip-hop.