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5.0 out of 5 stars Westside can't be ignored, 21 Jan. 2004
This review is from: Terrorist Threats (Audio CD)
I have been a huge fan of hip-hop ever since 1996 and through the years i have seen the best and the worse. Hip-hop has changed alot since the early 90's late 80's and most people would see that it's lost it's originality and that rappers are always talking about the same thing, but this is where the Westside Connection come into it.
Westside Connection have found a new enemy (not Cypress Hill), and yes it's hip-hop and they tell how it's deteriated into nothing more than girls, girls, girls. Westside Connection consists of the legends Ice Cube, Mack 10 and WC and in this album they do nothing but lay down pure heavy beats and tell the truth about how lame hip-hop is getting.
All i can say is that if your a true hip-hop fan then this is the album that should be excepted into your collection
(no doubt about it)
My final thought for this album and why you should should get
It, is listed in the following.
1) Nothing but the truth
2) It has great sense of humour
3) A legendary group
4) Excellent beats
5) Inspirational
This is why i gave this album a 5/5 star review
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5.0 out of 5 stars West Coast is Back!!!, 7 Jan. 2004
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Andrew Stroud (herne bay, kent United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
This album is nothing but good from beginning to end. The album atarts off with 'call 9-1-1' and it gives an overall feel about how the album is gonna be. A straight hardcore westcoast banger. Best songs on the album are ' gangsta nation' which features the best hook singer around Nate Dogg. 'Pimp The System' which features butch cassidy-another well known west coast hook singer. 'So Many Rapppers In Love' is a gr8 track and tells us that rap shouldn't always be about love! And 'Terrorist Threats' this song is kind of a freestyle with WC ripping it up. There isn't one song i dont like on the album, which is a rarity. Only complaint is that its a little short but the overall quality of the album makes up for that. I would recommend this to any fan of hip hop.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrorist Threats, 6 Sept. 2004
This review is from: Terrorist Threats (Audio CD)
Ice Cube, W.C and Mack 10 are all heavy rappers alone, put them all together and u get a raw album. There last album was quality but this is beta. Each tune is gangsta with deep bass on each one, definatley a cruisin record, da first few tracks r tha best.
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4.0 out of 5 stars We Can Take it Back..., 25 Feb. 2004
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A. Johnson (Manchester, UK) - See all my reviews
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This album should become the soundtrack for hip hop in 2004. With tracks such as 'So Many Rappers in Love' and 'Superstar (Double Rapper = Double Platinum), Westside Connection disect the current state of hip hop, whilst showing these so-called gangsta's how gangsta rap should sound.
The front cover alone says it all. With Mack 10 in more red than a die-hard Man Utd fan, and WC blue'd up from the feet up, Westside Connection's gang affiliations are a lot realer than most rappers can dream about. Along with Ice Cube, this West Coast trio cover all angles, coming with hardcore bangers 'Call 911' and 'Get Ignit' to the political 'Pimp The System' to the radio friendly 'Gangsta Nation'.
In a world where many people fall for 50 Cent's gangsta facade, one listen to this will immediately see where 50's and many others gangsta tales fall well short of the truth.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Few gems on here, 5 Nov. 2012
There is a mixture on here guaranteed to suit those looking for a more commercial sound or even those in pursuit of hardcore gangsta anthems post millennium. Having come off second best to Cypress Hill in the diss stakes, they seem to have toned it down somewhat and look to the terrorist theme as opposed to representing their hood which was part of the immense power and success of their first album Bow Down.
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5.0 out of 5 stars If You Like Real Gangsta rap Buy this now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, 29 July 2005
This album saved me i was wondering if there was ever goin to be a proper rap album ever again I took a chance on this album and it was worth it "call 911" And "so mony rappers in love" are fine examples of the genius that is WESTSIDE CONNECTION so please if you want to save gansta rap pledge just £14.99 to ice cube, Mac 10 and wc and save some real rappers today
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally we gettin' bak sum of tht ol' Gangsta Sh*t!!!, 1 Feb. 2004
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ICE CUBE, MACK 10 AND WC(dub-C) bring back tha Gangsta Rap we ALL been missing, and u know that! WESTSIDE CONNECTION's last album was a classic and this shows that they still got it, believ' that...
For all those people who were listening to tha' ol' skool WESTCOAST hardcore rap, and now got nothin' to listen to anymore 'cause tha only thin' u hear now on tha radio is this mix of hiphop and r&b, then u gots to get this!!!
Make sure R.A.P dont turn into R&B and go cop this album!!!
PEACE to all those who still represent tha game,.....
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