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Classic album that will never get old! 8 Nov. 2012
By Brian Crump - Published on Amazon.com
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I first heard of Masta Ace in 1995 when this album dropped. That summer was my last one before starting college. Of couse Born to Roll was pumping out of anybody's system that had some bass in it. It got a lot of radio play for such a hardcore song. So I went and bought the Born to Roll cassette single which had another hot cut off the album on the flip side called The B-Side. I must have played it all summer when I was staying upstairs in my grandparent's house. I had my little amp and speakers set up with the tape deck and the single CD player. Real hip hop. Those were the days. Later I went and got the I.N.C. Ride single. I heard the third single, "Sittin on Chrome" played on the late night hip hop show but funds were tight in those days so I never got it. I wanted to because I knew there was a tight remix on the single. But like I said funds were tight in those days. After that my interest in Ace kind of fizzled out as Biggie, Wu-Tang, Nas and Mobb Deep became my main CD's I listened to. So, I never bothered to buy the album even though the singles were hot. The weird thing is I would always see the Sittin On Chrome album somewhere even long after it was released and out of print. I would go in record stores and see it. I saw the vinyl album in a bin years later for half-price or something. By this time I had turntables but I still didn't get it. Now 17 years after the album was originally released I'm hearing it for the first time and I must say it's a classic hip hop gem. Why I didn't just skip the singles and buy the album on cassette I will never know. But that's ok because now that I'm older I can appreciate it even more. Ace's production skills are top notch. I see why this album did so well on the billboard. His lyrics and the rest of the I.N.C.'s vocals are on point too. One thing I noticed right off the bat is how Ace combines elements from the east and west coast sound. He weaves the two together so fluidly you don't even realize he's doing it because you're too busy enjoying the music. He talks in the intro about hanging out with his wild cousin from the west coast. That wasn't just a story, that was a set up for how the album would sound. He was giving you a hint without being too direct because that would spoil it before you had a chance to hear the album and hear his sound. For some reason, I just had to have this 3 disc reissue and I must say it was well worth the money. It's easily worth twice the 15 dollars I paid for it. As those of you who already heard the album know, there are no weak songs on the album. Every song is smooth and laid back but at the same time rough and rugged. Like two totally opposite forces working together on wax. Just like laid back Ace and his wild cousin from the west coast. The result is a very unique and well crafted sound. The only thing I didn't like about this album is the interludes and skits. They get annoying after awhile and I just want to hear the music. So I just made my own playlist without the annoying interludes. That's what's so good about Itunes. You can edit any song to start or stop when you want it to. So I just made another disc with no interludes and skits and just all the music. In spite of that one annoyance the album is great and definitely definitely deserved the deluxe treatment and with the Delicious Vinyl label releasing deluxe editions for both of The Pharcyde albums this one was highly overdue. I have the deluxe editions of the Pharcyde albums too but as we all know Ace's sound is far more hardcore than The Pharcyde's sound. They are all great albums but I'm surprised they were on the same label being Ace and his crew were so different from The Pharcyde and their fanbase. I guess Delicious Vinyl wanted a wide and diverse fanbase. At any rate this deluxe version of this classic underground sounding album is well worth owning. Especially if you are a Masta Ace fan or just a fan of Sittin on Chrome. Those of you that already own the album probably won't be interested in buying this version but I still encourage you to get it. It has 3 discs so it was a triple treat for me because this was my first time hearing the album. Those of you that already own it are gonna be less likely to get this reissue and I can understand that. However, this 2012 deluxe version does have it's merits. The first disc is the album you know. The second disc is all the remixes from all the singles that were released including a song that wasn't on the album called "Ya Hardcore". A very introspective yet psychotic song. That may be why Delicious Vinyl chose not to put it on the album. The third disc is the instrumentals including the Born to Roll single and all the Sittin on Chrome instrumentals, original and remixes. There's also some Dub instrumentals as well. It's all housed in a nice hard box which has a magnetic spine so when you want to close it, it snaps right together. There's also expanded liner notes with pictures of all the vinyl singles and a few promo pictures that were never released. If you enjoyed this album and don't have it you should definitely get it. You won't be dissappointed.
Slept on Ace 30 Nov. 2013
By Josiah Webber - Published on Amazon.com
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This short EP brings some of the material most likely found on the cutting room floor of the Sittin On Chrome LP masterpiece. It always amazed me that "Ya Hardcore" didn't make it to the album. Maybe they figured it didn't fit the album. It probably would be more appropriate for Slaughta House. Either way at least it's here on this EP. If you're a fan of old school east coast rap do yourself a favor & pick this gem up!
Classic that is easily overlooked! 26 Jan. 2014
By Q. Blunt - Published on Amazon.com
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This album came out at the near peak of the West coast hip-hop take over pack in the 90's so it kind of got lost in the mix. But Masta ace delivered a solid product here. he's always been a great lyricist and the tracks on this album are a more laid back complement to his content and style. This is a good album for Masta Ace fans and fans of real lyricists.
MastaAse RULEZ!!! 21 Feb. 2015
By Mr.MonKH! - Published on Amazon.com
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Masta Ace (Ase?) Is one of the most underrated Mic Slayers in hip hop. He isn't the most facile, but his concepts/production/delivery ARE SO POTENT. Disposable Arts from 2001 is incredible. I want the duet record with him and Ed O.G. so bad cuz I KNOW its gonna COME OFF HOT!!!
great music 31 Jan. 2013
By Michael - Published on Amazon.com
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What can you say. It's classic 90's bass for chilling. This is classic stuff. If you don't know....buy it and you'll love it.
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