I'm a DJ. When I do club gigs, I have to play what the people like. One of the "occupational hazards" is the fact that I have to cop wack material because the zombies eat it up. So, like I said in the title, I needed the instrumental for Candy Shop so I could do certain mixes and blends. Otherwise I would've never come within 20 feet of this disc.
I must say though, Scott Storch's production on this track is actually nice (in my opinion) and I used to bump the instrumental on the regular for about two months after it dropped. That's why I gave this single two stars instead of one.
I'm glad that Disco Inferno only appears once because it's straight garbage. But, again, I had to spin that too....unfortunately. It doesn't come with an instrumental version, but that doesn't matter because even the beat (supplied by C. Styles & Bang Out) is kind of wack.
Not that it matters, but if you put this CD in your computer, you can watch the horrid video for Candy Shop. Why anyone would want to is beyond me though.
Avoid this one like the plague unless you have to spin it too.