- Audio CD (21 July 2003)
- Limited Edition edition
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Extra tracks, Limited Edition
- Label: Lex Records
- ASIN: B00009RAW9
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 204,170 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Ghetto Pop Life Extra tracks, Limited Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a stonker of a feel good, hip hop album with a guest vocal line up that reaks of quality. Can't help thinking that guests the Pharcyde and Prince Po would be lining up to get a spot on this album and not the other way round. You really should buy this album as it's something a little bit special. Go on - treat yourself!.
DM & Jemini take no f***ing prisoners -- great beats, dope rhymes and there ain't much more to say.
Brilliant CD. And it's interesting that the album has a Pharcyde guest spot on it, cause the whole CD has a definite Bizarre Ride II feel to it. For those who slept, Bizarre Ride II is the Pharcyde's landmark 1992 classic (definitely cop that for all you new-school youngsters out there). Anyway, this has that same feel, albeit with 2003 flava. I think in 10 years this'll be ranked up there with the all-time hip-hop classics. Check that, it's already a classic.
gemini not only raps so smooth but he's also got this real soulful voice - dangermouse (dangermouse is a dope name) provides the big fat beats, like the dre to gemini's eminem
this album is sooo slick and is also FUN - remember that?
24 carat classic
I know everyone bangs on about it but Dangermouse's production just screams CLASSIC. He's been using Protools for this one and the beats are crisper than frozen leaves. It makes the grey album production sound like it was done on fisher price's 'my first sequencer'. He's taken mad breaks from all over but made them into a coherent album with a strong signature style.
Jemini (who once guested on a peter andre album!) has a strong enough flow to keep pace with the production and records with a string of punch-ins and overdubs that make parts of the album sound more like three MCs (a la Beasties or Pharcyde) than one. He holds down more topics than your average NY thug rapper, politicing on bush, drugs, big rims, food....er...and nuff more..
There's a reason this album has killed it all over the world with a tenth of the promotion of bigger artists......Its just plain sick...
look out for the new dangermouse/ mf doom collaboration out 2005.
(and check the artwork too! AMAZING)
This is a modern-day Classic! and will be seen as one in the years to come.
The album also comes in some sweet packaging (well good art) with a black disk. Just little touches but to me they make the album a better one- other designers should take note. The cardboard packaging may be cheaper but it looks better...this album is PHAT!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you want to know what hip hop is about look no further, beats lyrics all on point. the whole album is just pure pleasure for your ears.Published on 28 Mar. 2014 by TSK
This album is a meeting of 2 of hiphop's great minds, Dangermouse is on fire with the production and Jemini is at his best on the mic. Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2012 by BERNARDRAMBO
Danger mouse hits the nail on the head again, with another amazing album. If you are trying to get into hip hop, but dont know what to buy other than Dr Dre, Kayne West and Jay-Z... Read morePublished on 13 Sept. 2008 by Mr. Jon Whyte
Some of the tunes on this album are brilliant and remind me a bit of Kanye West and what he is doing (and what others are not doing) in the genre. Read morePublished on 26 Jan. 2006 by MrShev
I am one of the UK contributors for this album. I had hardly any idea what I was taking part in: I only recorded elements for two tracks months before I was sent a copy of the... Read morePublished on 12 Jan. 2004 by Natalie