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  • Audio CD (16 April 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Old Maid
  • ASIN: B00006AAVM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 270,635 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Model Citizens
2. Q & A
3. Live From Pimp Palace East
4. Stroke Happy
5. The Trojan War
6. The Bum-Bitch Ballad
7. 190
8. You Block, You Bleed
9. Block Itch
10. No Consequences
11. A Word From Our Sponsor
12. County Check Pimpin
13. Zone For President
14. I'm F*cking Up The Money
15. Old Maid Legal Aid
16. Jalbait Jennifer
17. S.H.I.D. Chapter 5
18. Ms. Platonic Part 2
19. The J-Zone Fan Club
20. Invisible Ink
See all 23 tracks on this disc

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "ahirschhorn" on 13 Mar 2004
Format: Audio CD
I just discovered this little gem, and its the pride of my collection at the moment, trust me, its uber-dope. The first time i heard J-Zone was on Staircase 2 Stage by Jehst, and first thought that he got torn up by our homegrown lad, so ignored his work. I have since distanced myself from British hip-hop, as the production is nothing compared to that of our American counterparts (with the exception of Lewis Parker). When i heard this album, my views on the difference in class between U.K and U.S were cemented. The production is ill as meningitis, Zone uses his Akai to dope effect, sampling eastern European violin pieces and heavy piano pieces. The vocal samples are dope too.
J-Zone also has a personality, and concepts, which sets him apart from most of the crowd. Admittedly all he talks about is sex, but he provides an alternative perspective on this theme. He doesn't sound like anyone else, and although he doesn't spit multi metaphor tongue twisters, he still rips up the mic.
Buy this now, its fresh as hell.
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The best producer on the mic? 13 Oct 2002
By carterfactor - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
How about the best producer. Period. J-Zone has taken basement-sounding beats to a level that's unspeakably dope. Just check out the beat creativity on tracks such as "Bum-B**** Ballad" and "Jailbait Jennifer." What makes J-Zone extra dope are his concepts. Though the subjects of his raps are nothing new (women, sex), his unabashed take on them is very refreshing and always done in a humorous way. He's not afraid to go that extra mile to offend the listener. Just listen to the hilarious, "Trojan War," a song about unprotected sex. The fact that he can flow better than any commercial rapper out now, says a lot about his talent as a rapper and producer and DJ. Someone hand him his "best producer on the mic" plaque now.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Alex - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I am a student of hip hop music. I know about almost every group or MC that has ever rocked the mic. I have been listening to rap since '84. I can honestly say that J-Zone is the freshest sounding, most talented producer/rapper that I have ever heard. There is absolutely NO exaggeration in my statement. This guy is the... I am not suprised that no major record label has signed this talented man yet, because all these record labels only sign the rappers that you hear today like Ja Rule and Nelly, because thats what blind rap little kid fanatics like to buy.
J-Zone is you ever read this, don't stop what you're doing playa. You are without a doubt, the greatest hip hop producer/rapper today.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Dope/original production and funny as hell 12 Aug 2004
By N. Diaz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
two reasons for a perfect score. first- production. beats are so hot- they will cause neck damage. very great approach to sampling. and use of sound bites rivals that of Madlib.

lyrics....for a producer- he is dope. he is not a new Canibus but no other producer can spit and keep you entertained as Jzone. he is extremely funny. my only complaint is too many skits. otherwise- he is dope
Roll through the ghetto pumping 'Ice Ice Baby'... 31 May 2003
By moche - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What grabs you when you listen to this album for the first time is the quality and the originality of the production. J-Zone has managed to craft some inventive beats with retro samples that seem to be taken from an old amusement park. He uses violin, trumpet and accordion samples blended with plucked loops that result in a catchy and unique sound. J-Zone is also a good MC that blesses us with sarcastic and vicious rhymes. His lyrics may not be 'deep or conscious' but they manage to be clever enough to be funny and dope.
Overall this is a consistently strong album that stands way above average Hip Hop releases and you should definitely check it out.
Tons of Personality 19 Feb 2003
By daniel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Personality is so important in hip-hop. Sure, you need a tight flow and killer production (which J-Zone has) but you are nothing without personality. The way J-Zone gushes about wanting Lucy Liu, bragging about how he is going to get a phat Caddilac, his feelings on using condoms, and lots of other details make this record endlessly interesting, and a hell of a lot of fun. J-Zone is one of the freshest MCs/DJs/producers in hip-hop today. It's artists like this that make digging a little deeper for new music so worthwhile.
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