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  • Audio CD (30 Sept. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Duck Down Music
  • ASIN: B002I9SDNW
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 85,503 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Survival Skills ft. DJ Revolution (produced by Ill Mind)
  2. ROBOT (produced by Havoc of Mobb Deep)
  3. The Way I Live ft. Mary J Blige (produced by Black Milk)
  4. Clean Up Crew ft. Rock of Heltah Skeltah (produced by Ill Mind)
  5. Oh Really ft. Talib Kweli & Geo of Blue Scholars (produced by Marco Polo)
  6. Connection ft. Smif N Wessun (produced by Moss)
  7. Runnin Away ft. Immortal Technique (produced by Black Milk)
  8. Think Of All The Things ft. K'NAAN (produced by DJ Mentplus)
  9. One Shot ft. Pharoahe Monch (produced by Nottz)
  10. Amazin ft. Sean Price & Loudmouf Choir (produced by KHRYSIS!)
  11. Hear No Evil (produced by KHRYSIS!)
  12. Murder 1 ft. Bounty Killer (produced by Coptic)
  13. We Made It ft. Slug of Atmosphere (produced by Ill Mind)
  14. Past*Present*Future ft. Melanie Fiona & Naledge of Kidz In The Hall (produced by 9th Wonder)

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Format: Audio CD
I love going back to KRS, because I always feel satisfied and full when hearing his music. Like a balanced meal it's full of nutrition and great taste. Along with Buckshot they come out with a dam good LP Record. We are not so smart and well educated in hip-hop yet to ignore the Blastmaster. Buckshot too comes forward and adds extra dimensions. Sit back and listen to the great teacher because he can still bring it.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d49b4e0) out of 5 stars KRS + Duck Down= Classic material!!!!!! 15 Sept. 2009
By Kurupt - Published on
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This is a classic album from beginning to end. Hip hop Juggernauts KRS-One and Buckshot lead the way with dope battle/knowledge lyrics and are accompanied by many other dope artist (Bounty killer, Heltah Skeltah, Kweli, Mary J Blige, Slug, etc). The production right along with the lyrics are dope. So those that had complaints about "lackluster" beats chosen By KRS will have no complaints on this release at all. The only thing i didn't care for on the album was K'naan's verse on THINK OF THINGS. I am a big fan of K'naan but his verse seemed kinda weak to me. Other than that this is the best album of the year thus far!!!!

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d0b7b1c) out of 5 stars KRS & Buckshot Klassic 28 Sept. 2009
By PK3 - Published on
Format: Audio CD
After seeing some video clips and such of the single Robot i was looking forward to this release.I usually look for Kris to drop about every year and 1/2 KRS stays in the loop so i too heard some of the hype behind this project but i did not know what to expect but I will say after reading all of the ratings here I do believe that this is a classic cd,I believe mainstreem has dimmed the focus of many of hip hop's fans.hip hop is so diverse you can't compare underground to hip pop,i think so many fans like what they like and i am no different I like raw rhyme flows,sick bangin beats,and my main ingredient deversity,skills.This cd does that i think the production is tight and the lyrics are on point.The best songs on the cd to me are Connection,featuring Smif & Wessin,Oh Really featuring Talib,Runnin Away
featuring Immortal Technique,Murder 1 featuring Bounty Killer,these 4 tracks are great ,good tracks are Robot,The Way I Live featuring Mary J,the production on Hear No Evil is dope w/good message i wish the song would have been longer,Past,Present,Future i like the hook and the throwback 70's style beat,tracks that you shouldn't sleep on Clean Up Crew ,Amazin,and One Shot. I was Impressed by the true Emmceein skills by Buck & KRS and Company not for radio or maybe not mainstream radio but I know they will be bumping this on 91.5 FM Vinyl Frontier,and 90.1 The Groove peace!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d12d690) out of 5 stars this cd is nothin but pure classic hip hop 16 Sept. 2009
By R. Laryea - Published on
Format: Audio CD
and if thats what you wanna hear than pick this mf up!!!! they got a 90's sound up here but it still doesnt sound outdated. dope lyrics by both krs and buckshot but the beats are the stealers on this effort! classic hard hittin beats... omg hip hop is makin a come back!!! thank you!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8cee4fc0) out of 5 stars BDP and BCC on the same album??? 26 Oct. 2009
By Perverted Alchemist - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The new collaborative effort from KRS-One and Buckshot, "Survival Skills" is one of those albums that is a must hear based on the people involved. When I picked up this album, I was pleasantly surprised from beginning to end. From the title track to the music industry critique "Robot", that's where things start to pick up. "Past Present Future" is an excellent album closer produced by 9th Wonder. The only songs that weigh this album down a bit are the two songs produced by Khrysis, "Amazin'" and "Hear No Evil". The song with K'naan, the parental-responsobility themed "Think Of All The Things" ends with a spectacular- albeit preachy- verse from The Teacher himself.

The most surprising thing about this album is the fact that although both men are elder statesmen, a mid 40's KRS is pretty much running circles around Buckshot and every rapper on here. Those guests include Talib Kweli, Heltah Skeltah (on separate songs), Immortal Technique, Slug of Atmosphere, and Naledge of Kidz In The Hall. There's nothing more to say, except buy this album!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d26906c) out of 5 stars Kris and Buck, what more do you need?? 4.50 stars all the way! 7 Dec. 2009
By D. Powell - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I finally got around to writing a review for this album and while it took me a minute to do that, I'm actually going to make this review pretty brief.

First of all if you don't already own this album and you consider yourself a hip-hop fan, then either you've been a little bit busy like myself or you just don't know good hip-hop when you hear it...GO PICK THIS UP NOW! that is an

this is a straight hip-hop effort from two legends, made with beats by a few post 2000 producers and this thing just bangs..And while I would not have minded hearing a little Premier or Pete Rock on it the choice of producers from Illmind to Nottz to Kryhsis to 9th and a few others is more than worthy of this synopsis by two emceeing heavyweights..

It is not a classic, because in a few songs Kris sounds a little uninspired which is bound to happen when you've been the top dogg since 1986...and sometimes Kris and Buck don't exactly fully mesh together on a few, but this effort has more than enough certified hip-hop moments that it is easily one of the top hip-hop albums of 2009.

If your looking for autotune and gimmicks then this is NOT the album for you to have in your collection, but if your looking for some dope boom-bap hip-hop from two LEGENDS then this one should already be a part of your collection.
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