The Train (Skit) - Dove Shack - This Is The Shack (Cassette, Album)

There are some skits in the album which some may find offensive, but are really pretty funny. The track has stunning raps by all three members and also has a soulful beat. It's easily still a classic song. A true G-Funk gem. There is a "Freestyle" track with The Dove Shack rapping straight off the tops of their heads.

They do an excellent job, over a hard gangsta-style beat proving how they got their record deals! Bo-Roc even coughs in the middle and raps, "Excuse me, I had to cough" and then goes straight on, amazing. The three emcees take on subjects of having to survive from day-to-day, the pressure of being black in today's society, and other problems. A classic song again. Overall, this is a great album. It's a shame these guys never got the credit they deserved. If I could've made the choice, they would've gone platinum easily.

The rise of Warren G and the token G-Funk sound in the early 90's brought a slew of other artists trying jump on the money making bandwagon. While most of these groups sounded like imitators, a couple broke the mold, and expanded the G-Funk style. There were many factors that made this album a classic. First, was that Warren G provided many of the beats while he was still in his prime.

Secondly, and most importantly, is that the 3 emcees that make up Dove Shack all have personality and versitility something that Warren G lacks. Each emcee has a distinct voice and flow: C-Knight's smoothed out delivery, Bo-Roc's who raps and sings deep, breezy flow, and 2Scoops nasal, rapid fire rhymes. Almost every song on this album is a classic. And furthermore, the album has the best skits I've heard on anywhere so far. While most rapper's skits tends to be monotonous, The Dove Shack's are hilarious enough and offensive that I listen to them as much as I do the songs!

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The three emcees take on subjects of having to survive from day-to-day, the pressure of being black in today's society, and other problems. A classic song again. Overall, this is a great album. It's a shame these guys never got the credit they deserved. If I could've made the choice, they would've gone platinum easily.

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That was what was going on a few days ago, while having the Dove Shack's CD in heavy rotation. The album has a laid back G-funk vibe, like most albums that come out of Warren G. The group's rhymes are solid, but throughout the album are a few catchy hooks. Afterward, the album really begins to loose it's momentum. Only two tracks at the end of the album that are worth listening to are "We Funk" and the rap version of "Summertime In The LBC" which is almost as the same as the original, but there are a few rap verses at the end.

Still despite some missteps towards the end of the album, This Is The Shack still delivers what the west coast have been known for back in the mid 90's.

So basically all albums from Warren G. If you can I highly recommend you grab a copy of This Is The Shack, as well as the other albums mentioned in this review, which are essential for a west coast fan. F Ya Mouth 2. Smoke Out featuring Montell Jordan 3. Freestyle 4. Bomb Drop 5. One person found this helpful.

The Dove Shack: 3: This Is The Shack: The Dove Shack: 4: Summertime In The LBC: The Dove Shack: 5: Bomb Drop: The Dove Shack: 6: The Train (Skit) The Dove Shack: 7: Fuck Ya Mouth: The Dove Shack: 8: Slap A Hoe (Skit) The Dove Shack: 9: Freestyle Interview (Skit) The Dove Shack: Freestyle: The Dove Shack: Crooked Cop (Skit) The Dove.

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  1. This is the Shack Producer – Warren G: A4: Summertime in LBC Producer – Dove Shack Vocals – Arnita Porter: A5: Bomb Drop Producer – Jason Mizell: A6: The Train (Skit) Producer – DJ Enuf: A7: Fuck Ya Mouth Producer – Clizark: A8: Slap A Hoe (Skit) Producer – Ghetto Klownz: B1: Freestyle Interview (Skit) Featuring – Tina Davis: B2 /5(49).
  2. Dove Shack's solo release "This Is The Shack" is nothing short of slammin. It combines laid back G-Funk like the cut "Smoke Out" (with a nice, heavy bass and whiny keyboard synths) with smooth R&B as in "Summertime In The LBC," adding in bumpin, funky party tracks like "East Side Party," and throws in some harder gangsta flava for your ear in tracks like "Rollin Wit A Gang."/5(23).
  3. This is the Shack Producer – Warren G: A4: Summertime in LBC Producer – Dove Shack Vocals – Arnita Porter: A5: Bomb Drop Producer – Jason Mizell: A6: The Train (Skit) Producer – DJ Enuf: A7: Fuck Ya Mouth Producer – Clizark: A8: Slap A Hoe (Skit) Producer – Ghetto Klownz: B1: Freestyle Interview (Skit) Featuring – Tina Davis: B2.
  4. The Dove Shack* ‎– This Is The Shack Label: Rush Associated Labels ‎– , Def Jam Music Group Inc. ‎– , G-Funk Music ‎– /5(13).
  5. 14 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Dove Shack* - This Is The .
  6. Intro (Skit) Producer – DJ Enuf: 2: Smoke Out Producer – Clizark: 3: This Is The Shack Producer – Warren G: 4: Summertime In LBC Producer – Dove Shack Vocals – Arnita Porter: 5: Bomb Drop Producer – Jason Mizell: 6: The Train (Skit) Producer – DJ Enuf: 7: Fuck Ya Mouth Producer – Clizark: 8: Slap A Hoe (Skit) Producer – Ghetto.
  7. Aug 22,  · The Dove Shack display much more than the requisite vocal skills on their debut, This Is the Shack. They fly nimbly along a freestyle course that cuts through lyrical rap and R&B crooning on the title cut (which appeared originally on Warren G's Regulate G-Funk Era album) and the single "Summertime in the LBC," both instant West coast classics. Unfortunately, the trio never lives up to its /5(22).
  8. This Is the Shack is the debut studio album by American G-funk trio The Dove Shack. It was released on August 22, via G-Funk Entertainment/Def Jam Recordings. The album peaked at #68 on the US Billboard and #13 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

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