Best Hip Hop Anthemz...Ever, the Double CD
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However, the upside to this is that these three songs are already on *this* album & (although one of the mixes is a little off) it is testament to the skillful selection of songs on this compilation that the wheat and the chaff are so neatly separated.
First thing to say about this album is that it is taken from a British perspective of US Hip-Hop. Hence you will find songs on here that were popular in the UK, but barely scratched the surface of the US (e.g. CD1 Tracks 1-3 - 'It's Like That' by Run DMC, Jump Around by House of Pain & track 3 - 'Renegade Master '98' by Wildchild).
That said, once CD1 gets into its flow and stops trying to make itself saleable, it really draws out some amazing anthems that really grow on you over time.
As an example, there is the 'De La Soul' tracks on the album - 'Say No Go' and 'Eye Know'. As someone who didn't know De La Soul from Adam, it took me a while to fathom these tracks, but I'm so glad I did as the results are very rewarding.
As for more obscure tracks, ...Read more ›
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lives up to the title and the whole family can listen, one of the few hip hop albums without parental advise required.Published on 4 May 2014 by sandra davies
Some great tracks on this album that show how brilliant hip op is/was/will be. Some never heard before and some old favourites.Published on 22 Feb. 2013 by Mr. Martin S. Boileau