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  • Audio CD (14 Jun. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: All City Music
  • ASIN: B000267J8S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Jun. 2004
Format: Audio CD
I first read about Saigon in The Source Magazine's Unsigned Hype column and after reading about him picked up his first best of mixtape 'The Yard Father Vol. 1'. That was about a two years ago and he seems to be just breaking through now which he highly deserves too as he has the potential to be one of the best in the game. Saigon did most of his growing up in Prison ("I was rocking prison boots before I had a wisdom tooth") which you hear about in a lot of his songs like 'If..My Mommy'and 'Huh Mama' and it was in prison where he learnt to rap and earnt his monkier The Yardfather from defeating all on comers in the prison yard.
This album has a mixtape format and is basically to put the word out that Saigon is the next up. It summarises most of the tracks he's released on vinyl and mixtapes and also contains freestyles he has done for Djs like Kay Slay, Abosolut and Whoo Kid. At just under an hour its not that long and only has two guest appearances on 'We Want In' which features Qb Alumni Mekka Mills and Ali Vegas of The Silver Back Council. Every single track on the album is heated featuring classics like 'Favourite Things' and Contraband (A,B,C,D) aka Pop Quiz. On this album Saigon raps about growing up in prison and street tales from his hustling days and he has a witty flow but the thing I like most about him is he's not afraid to rap about real issues like on 'Kiss The Babies' and 'Huh Mama' where he spits about trying to get a job after coming out of prison. The production is dope with a few Alchemist beats and also Ez Elpee and Saigon himself produce a few of the tracks. Overall this is an album you need to get if you appreciate real quality hip hop as along with Ali Vegas and Immortal Technique Saigon is the truth.
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By chris on 13 May 2006
Format: Audio CD
this is by far the best mixtape ever, no doubt about it, this album uses original beats, and the production is brilliant, saigon is a brilliant lyricist, he raps about a wide range of subject matters, such as politics, dissing rappers who are not real, asking girls with men in jail if theyd stick by them, and gangster songs, all the songs are very catchy, but at the same time not pop, saigon has a terrific multisyllable rhyming scheme, he has a great delivery, and if you are a rap fan reading this, and think rap is dying out, buy this, its amazing, and proves that true rap still exist, a modern and extremely underrated classic
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "tha_southsidespitter" on 5 July 2004
Format: Audio CD
After hearing saigon on a few mixtapes, i was feeling his flow and the lyrics an subjets he was spitting. Also the originalilty of his subjects and content is on another level compared to sum of these so-called Mc. Look out for his debut album coming soon.
Highlights:
Pop Quiz
Shok Tv
If... (My Mommy)
Huh Mama
I really dont think there are any low points, theres good and great.
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Saigon- Warning Shots 19 Jun. 2004
By Done - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Saigon's "Warning Shots" (2004) is a release I highly recommend checking out. For the last couple of years New York's Saigon has been tearing it up on mixtape scene and will be making his major debut soon. For now he has delivered the goods with a collection of his best work. "Favorite Things" gets things started. First real standout and my personal favourite is "Let A Nigga Know", a hungry sounding Saigon rips up a sick beat with some raw lyrics. This is followed up by another excellent track, the banging piano laced "Come Again". Saigon continues to impress dropping more grimey and memorable premium tracks with "Stocking Cap" and "NY Streetz". Saigon takes a minute to talk about "L.O.V.E." a track about the ladies. Laidback "Huh Mama" has Sai asking women if they will be down for there men when there down and out and in jail. Mekka Millz and the still slept on Ali Vegas drop in for another banger called "We Want In". Saigon goes political on the powerful "Kiss the Babies" a track about war, poverty, drugs, and corrupt government. Sai then gets innovative on the unique "Pop Quiz (Multiple Choice)". "Yes" is another ill track, love that Alchemist beat. "If (My Mommy)" goes real deep this a track dedicated to his mom, where Sai talks about growing up, struggle, jail, the ups and downs of life and love. Saigon then closes things off strong with some well chosen freestyles. Of all the up and coming MC's I have to say Sai has impressed me the most. Saigon excels at delivering reality rap with "Warning Shots", this ones for the collection.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Saigon Is The Truth! 3 Oct. 2004
By Crazy Jim - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Ever since 50 Cent blew up off the mixtape buzz he created based off the independently-released "Guess Who's Back", many of NY's hottest up and coming rappers have decided to follow suit. Perhaps the most prolific artist to show up on the scene since 50 went the mainstream route is Saigon. Anyone questioning the kid's credentials should need just take one listen of "Warning Shots", an amazing collection of his hottest mixtape recordings.

Saigon takes a no-nonsense approach with "Warning Shots" as he hits us with a nice mixture of street corner anthems, political messages, and hot freesyles. On his most heartfelt track on the album, Sai takes some time out to dedicate a track to his mother on "If... (My Mommy)" and it makes for one of the deepest dedications since Pac's "Dear Mama". Saigon challenges unnamed studio thugs to a Q&A on "Pop Quiz" and comments on the current political epidemic on "Kiss The Babies". There's more than just that too. You've got tracks like "Yes", "Stocking Cap", and "N.Y. Streetz". All of which are certified bangers.

Sai seems to be the lyrical equivalent of the WWE's Brock Lesnar as he shows why he should be deemed hip-hop's "Next Best Thing". Featuring some of his finest work on the mixtape circut, "Warning Shots" should help jumpstart a nice buzz for Saigon. If this is any indication of what Saigon's official debut, "Greatest Story Never Told" will be like, we may very well have a classic on our hands.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
one of the most provocative mix-tapes 9 Aug. 2005
By A -town representative - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Siagon is the next God of hip-hop. Im from the A town and new york mixtapes rarely get heard down south. This mix tape is so good that it leaked down south and is buzzing. Siagon's vivid depictions and profuse vocabulary mixes with his vernacular to produce rythmic poetry on a beat. It is magic because he does not glorify or exploite killing, materialism, and mosagony. But yet he still maintains his street credability. If you want to know what the future of hip hop sounds like, then buy this album.
Very Good Mixtape From Saigon (Rating: 7 out of 10- -3.5 stars) 14 Sept. 2007
By Chandler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
One of my friends passed me this CD back in '05 at my job. Saigon was an artist that I didn't know too much about, except on a few guest appearances on other albums, such as Mark Ronson's Here Comes the Fuzz. One of the songs that received the most spins was "Stocking Cap" with Saigon's gritty lyrics. "Let A ***** Know" and "Come Again" are songs that really show off his style in rhyming. Later on he shines on the female friendly track "L.O.V.E" that is excellent. "Pop Quiz (Mulitple Choice)" is great as Saigon gives a quiz on different scanarios and what would happen. The following track "Yes" is another standout cut that I would say is one of my favorites, as to say he could have blown up if this was an actual album and that was the lead single. "If...(My Mommy)" is very deep as a dedication to his mother for being with him. The last four tracks are freestyles to close out this album. Two of them that stood out to me were "Drama Hour (freestyle)" with Kay Slay, as well as "Shok TV". Some of the cuts here on the mixtape fail to make an impression such as "Favorite Thingz" and "N.Y. Streetz". Also some of the tracks date back to 2000 (ie "Yes" and "Pop Quiz") which really isn't a problem to me, but might be to some people. Overall, Warning Shots is a mixtape I recommend checking out, especially now that it is out of print, I recommend you get this now before the price goes up. I for one am anticipating for his album to drop soon. Peace!

Lyrics: B+
Production: B
Guest Appearances: B+
Musical Vibes: A-

Top 5 Tracks:
1. Yes
2. Pop Quiz
3. Stocking Cap
4. Drama Hour (freestyle)
5. Let A ***** Know

Honorable Mention
1. L.O.V.E.
The Best Underground MC 16 Sept. 2006
By Jimmy Garcia - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I've been listening to Sai-giddy since he pressed the contraband record on RAWKUS. He has been in this rap game for a while now but as you know he's been servin time and droppin the illest mixtapes in the meantime. This mixtape is a good mix of what you can expect from him. I do have to agree with an earlier reviewer in sayin that his BEST MIXTAPES are the first 2 or 3 he made in-between gettin locked up. He made those with Kayslay and trust me there is no filler what so-ever on those. All in all this should leave you wantin some more so go do some homework!!! PEACE
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