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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 11 November 2001
I thought that execute was a really good album one of my best albums. Some of the songs on it i hadn't heard them before but after listening to them i thought they were brilliant. I really reccomend this album to anyone who likes lisening to songs with lyrics that are fast and a fast beat. If you like So Solid Crew they are part of them they both have in some tracks the same kind of music but the lyrics are brilliant.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 6 April 2006
this is a phat album from start to finish. The drum n bass/garage beats are fantastic and neutrinos gritty rhymes are pretty good. 'no good for me', 'foot 2 da floor' and 'back to the floor' are tasty treats and there isn't a single tune on the album i can put down. Neutrino isn't the most amazing mc but his work on this album is much better than his lyrics on his second album 2 stepz ahead. But despite saying this i must admit he does make cathchy rhymes that will stay in your head all day. I reckon this is one of the best albums the uk has to offer and i recomend it to anyone who likes good music.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 14 January 2002
Before someone bought this album for me, I despised garage. I hated the repetiveness and rapping. I almost considered not listening to this album at all, but when I did, I was amazed.
This is nothing like the horrible novelty value of DJ Luck & MC Neat which just annoys me, neither is it just rapping with a dodgy bass noise behind it. The music is fantastic, and the rapping is great too (I'm not a fan of rapping though).
I hope that this album will change the face of garage and turn it into a very respected form of music.
So, even if you're not sure, you should buy this album!
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on 12 February 2002
The So Solid Crew's DJ Oxide & MC Neutrino have made one of the darkest garage albumz ever featuring their singles Bound 4 Da Reload, a garage mix of the Casualty theme tune with Neutrino's unique MCing style, No Good 4 Me, sampling the prodigy tune featuring MC Megaman, MC Romeo and his sister Lisa Maffia of the So Solid Crew, Up Middle Finger, Neutrino's answer to all those who dissed Bound 4 Da Reload and didn't play it at the Notting Hill Carnival in 2000 and Devil's Nightmare, from the Tomb Raider soundtrack with it's dark beat's and bassline's. Also on the album is Don't Give A Damn, A bass driven tune with MC Harvey (So Solid Crew) replacing Neutrino and Fighting Machine, another great track with it's army style beat's featuring Kaish of the So Solid Crew also Remy On Da Floor, featuring Megaman's own unique MCing style with oxide's trademark dark beat's and bassline's. MC Asher D of the So Solid Crew features on the last track of the first CD. The actor, MC and producer replaces Neutrino's fine MCing. Now on to the Bonus Live Mix CD. A great mix with Oxide on the decks and Neutrino, Megaman and MC Face also of the So Solid Crew on the mic. This is a dark mix of the album with Only Wanna Know U Cos Ure Famous,Don't Give A Damn, Setting Da Pace, Nuff Of Dem Watch Me, Remy On Da Floor, Foot 2 Da Floor, Up Middle Finger and Back 2 Da Floor. Also in the mix is an Oxide Dubplate, the Oh No Remix off So Solid Crew's Album They Don't Know, Lifestyle off So Solid Crew's Mix Compilation F**k It and an Oxide remix of Ol' Dirty B*****d's Got Your Money.
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on 29 May 2001
this album is basically an update of last years 'The Solid Sound of the Underground'. However, new tracks such as 'Only wanna Know u Cos ure Fmaous' are less typical garage and more prodigy-style special effects dance music. The MC's are very heavy and it does get a bit boring listening to unhearable rambling, but it does little to let down the excellence of this album.
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on 12 June 2001
Brilliant stuff; there is the odd poor song but there's enough amazing ones for this to be worth buying. It's certainly a break from stereotypical, cheesy garage; it's a lot darker and, well...better...along with So Solid Crew, these are the best garage band around!
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on 27 May 2001
at last they have released an album containg the very best music in underground garage. The album contains all of their releases (bound 4 da reload, no good 4 me, up middle finger) and many other tunes. An absolute must buy if you are a big fan.
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on 10 August 2001
An album that contains some quality beats from Oxide and some bare lyrics from Neutrino. Well worth purchasing.
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on 1 December 2012
Good dance album. If you like Bound 4 Da Reload I definately recommend this album. Nothing I dislike about it
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 2 September 2005
ok its 2005 now but this duo's sounds are fresh as they need be. Sorry but for me ukg and especially english hip-hop are filled with disgusting mc'eeing vocals, rubbish, unsyncopated rhymes and tired themes that are just tryin to replicate the big yankee boys (and failin miserably) wont mention names but our hip-hop/rap scene is an abismal shambles and for me -allthough a massive h-h rap fan, there is nothin in england for me at all; an english grimey, streety accent in a rap vocal is corny, uninspired and COMPLETELY out of place and unfavourable -exept for these 2 lads, oxide's beats are pacey in 'execute' they are intoxicating, racey and addictive and coupled with Neutrino's mc'ing vocals is a duo of high class. Mc Neutrino is incredible utilising the most distinctive and original rap/mc'ing i could ever expect to be graced by, addictive; his vocals led me on from when i first heard and now i still am inspired and get the wow factor and its nothin new to say that his lyrical flow is top notch. Still for me their sounds are refreshing and im yet to hear similar quality from our side of the pond. Guys I still and allways will take my hat off to the 2 of you and you will allways remain in my soul and heart as the BEST EVER musical creation to rise from our British soil - and that i mean bar none!!! no music i have ever experienced can take me to the places that yours does or even take me away from places like yours does, when in certain occasions ive wanted to just vapourise from the circumstanses im in, i can on the wings of your sound....i recommend this album to anyone who has a heart penetrable by a beat and a lyric, don't like this and you dont like music.
allways dedicated to oxide & Neuts...
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