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Stones Throw 101 [2004] [DVD]

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4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00030NVIA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 72,755 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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4.0 out of 5 stars great DVD 4 May 2005
Most independent labels never even get to their 100th release as they either loose interest or lose money. Stones throw have stayed stong in the past years and have never gave up in what they believe in. This DVD is a nice little package with videos,interviews, commentery, etc. A dope mix CD also accompanies it mixed by Peanut Butter Wolf (The founder of the label). Most of the DVD is hip-hop but the DVD also features artists as diverse as Dudley Perkins, Gary Wilson, etc. Its what i like about Stones Throw, as you get the impression they just like all kinds of music. I reccomend this to MF Doom and Madlib fans especially. Its a pity Rawkus didn't get this far.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Top hip-hop DVD 27 Mar 2006
By Snarf
Didn't really know ST before this, bought it mostly for the MF Doom material after getting Madvillainy. Well, after a couple of viewings I was well impressed. There's a nice range of beats'n'rhymes hip-hop by Wildchild, Rasco and the energetic pharcyde-like Charizma, all elevated by superior production coming mostly from ST head honchos Egon, Peanut Butter Wolf, and Madlib, the latter's skill at jazz sampling being particularly impressive. There are touches of leftfield hip-hop from MF Doom and Lord Quas(Madlib alter-ego) that always have the most interesting videos. Fair play to ST for adding some variety with the awesome jazz/soul/funk band Breakestra, the trip-hoppy Koushik and the frankly irritating Gary Wilson. The extras are good, with interviews (Amongst others Doom himself) live videos, making of the videos, and of course a nice 70 minute ST mixtape constructed by the founder PB Wolf. All in all a great package, especially for those who want some more turntablist-orientated media in a market where decent hip-hop DVDs are usually Live shows or dj exhibitions. So - Get it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars No reviews on the best music DVD this year???? 27 Dec 2004
By Exxxxx - Published on Amazon.com
I picked this DVD up yesterday because Stones Throw is a decent label, with the exception of some artist on the roster i'm just not feelin, but that aside, they got Lootpack, Madvillain, Oh No (who unfortunatley isn't on here)Lord Quas, and much much more. With this DVD you get a great collection of videos from a Charizma joint from like 1992, to Madvillain "Rhinestone Cowboy" from 2004. I liked just about every video on here except for the Gary Wilson song which is incredibley irritating, whoever listens to this guy and calls what he does music needs to gargle some broken glass. The EXtra Credit addition to the DVD is pretty cool also, its a little short but its dope to see clips of DOOM, Madlib and company crate digging and what not. The Mix CD that you get with this is okay, nothing to write home to mom about. I would definitley recomend this DVD to anyone into hip hop at all regardless if you were familiar with Stones Throw or not.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good summary of Stones Throw 30 Dec 2004
By omar r. - Published on Amazon.com
This DVD basically summarizes the entire diverse Stones Throw roster. The music videos are all dope, and the extras are cool, but not great. The mix CD has 40-something of some of the best songs Stones Throw has put out, but since it's only one CD the tracks are basically cut in half. It isn't necessarily a bad thing though, and the CD flows nicely, but if you were hoping for full songs, you're out of luck. Stones Throw offers something for anyone, and this DVD is no exception. Pick it up.
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