- Audio CD (8 Nov. 2004)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Explicit Lyrics
- Label: Atlantic
- ASIN: B000654OVK
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 110,535 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
White People Explicit Lyrics
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track listings1. intro2. if it wasn't for you3. are you down with it4. the world's gone mad5. dating game6. breakdown7. it's like that8. i've been thinkin'9. rock and roll (could never hip hop like this) part 210. the hours11. class system12. first...and then13. a day in the life14. greatest mistake15. outro
Top Customer Reviews
This album pulls in the broadest selection of guest vocals on any hip hop album I've ever heard. Pretty impressive, and hard to make it gel, but then this is Prince Paul and Dan the Automator, after all. It's an ambitious album, and yes, some of the tracks don't work out that well - but some are epic, like Rock and Roll, which changes direction so often you have to keep checking it's still the same track (or album), and Class System.
Maybe this isn't going to go down too well with the hip hop purists and maybe it will mostly appeal, (as the title hints at) to white boys like me who love the likes of Cat Power and Jack Johnson too, but personally i think it's a keeper.
I think one of the things that will help make up your mind if you wish to buy this album is the fact that the late, great John Peel would have loved it's fresh, innovative sound, and the general eclectic mix of music. A good, fun listen.
Though the humour does not impinge on the quality of the album, I have chosen to delete the skits - though they are witty. As with So How's Your Girl, some of the individual are utterly excellent. Are You Down With It rocks, and The World's Gone Mad is an anthem. Lord Finesse's contribution to Rock and Roll (could never hip hop like this) is one of the Funky Man's funkiest moments - his rapping here can hardly be bettered!
If you like chilled tunes and innovative hip hop, this is the one for you. If you don't like hip hop mixed with singing, stay away.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
With featured artists such as the RZA, Del Tha Funky Homosapien & Lord Finesse I'd expect this to album to be pretty hot, especially as Prince Paul is on board but it's not. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Nick
A great album that was delivered promptly and played without problems at 30p who could possibly complain! I'll certainly be buying more at this price!Published on 7 Jun. 2014 by stuart elgar