Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top review from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. There is not much positive aspects here on this album here. In fact, what was really the point of this album to begin with?
Most of this album sounds just weak and uninspired. Listening to Foxy Brown on both tracks she appears on, you can tell she was getting lazy. Speaking of which the tracks "Stylin' Remix " sounds horrible hell the origonal version isn't any better. Foxy and Noreaga aren't the only ones who sound bad, Sco Da Criminal sounds garbage on his "thugged out" track "I'm Here". I recommend you download those previously named songs, or better yet, since this is sold for a penny, buy it for that price if you care to hear all the songs on this album.
When i bought this album, i thought it was a continuation of the trend started in Vol 1 of exposing raw talent and showcasing artists who actually wrote their own music, boy was i wrong!! Someone gave me this nonsense and I'm trying to give it back! Foxy is wasted on her track you can see why the album was shelved and everyone else Flipbook Studio. Flipbook Studio The Newest Craze! Contact Us. The former was set in the '80s, and the latter was set in the '90s. Together, they represent the musical high point of the franchise, because of how they evoked their respective time periods.
That's the benefit of scoring a game that's set in the past; Rockstar had the hindsight to know which songs stood the test of time. San Andreas' radio distinguished itself by being randomised; up until that point, the radio stations were single sound files that played on a loop. Now the songs were shuffled, and it felt more organic and unpredictable. But unlike Vice City and San Andreas, it took place in the current day. Kelly, did not have the same evocative, nostalgic qualities.
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As he recently explained to Billboard, "It's always been quality over quantity with me, so I wanted to do a compact project that was filled with bangers so when it's over, you're in shock. Mick Jenkins, "or more; the anxious". Sign up for our Daily Digest emails! Learn more. Woot orders Amazon Prime membership required.I often wonder just how many obscure UK indie albums there were in the late 's and early 80's alongside the new-wave boom. Lots and lots certainly, and most of them minute pressings of to , all destined to be rare and collectable today, no matter what the quality.