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Rhythm-Al-Ism
DJ Quik
Rhythm-Al-Ism
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
 
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No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: DJ QUIK Title: RHYTHM-AL-ISM Street Release Date: 11/24/1998

      
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All Artists: DJ Quik
Title: Rhythm-Al-Ism
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Arista
Original Release Date: 11/24/1998
Release Date: 11/24/1998
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, West Coast, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 078221903424

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No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: DJ QUIK
Title: RHYTHM-AL-ISM
Street Release Date: 11/24/1998

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Flawless Production, Timeless Album
Tourmaline | ATL | 10/27/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is a West Coast masterpiece. I have been a fan of Quik since "Born In Raised In Compton" and he has not slacked up in the beat-making department. This album bangs from start to finish. My favorite tracks are We Still Party, So Many Wayz, I Used To Know Her, Get 2getha Again and You'z A Ganxta. This album most definitely proves that Quik is one of the best producers of all time. I am clueless as to why he has not gotten the credit he deserves because he is certainly at the top of my list of favorite producers. Buy this album, and if you are like me, the infectious grooves will keep Rhythm-al-ism in heavy rotation for years to come!"
Very good album
Kd | 05/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I got in a bit of trouble and thrown out of school this year and my house too which was a bit of a shock to me. 2 nights before it happened I knew this album was dropping and picked it up. At first it made me feel like ''naaah, what the f...'' and didnt get played except for the first quick flick which I only found i liked one track but not really too much. But then as I packed my bags and had to leave to go up north to some far away city I kept a discman and a few CDs on me for the journey. After going through all the CDs to the point I was sick of them, I thought I would just put this one in. And sitting on the bus it just touched me and i really felt it, i just let it play all through and i just suddenly awoke to how good it really was. I was expecting something more hard like ''Dollaz & sense'' at first, but then it hit me and what quik was saying i was really feeling and it made an impact on me. This album was like my friend on a lonely journey into a new big city accross the country. It made me think about my lifestyle in many ways and opened my eyes to what I was actually thinking of the future, though I did not make a complete change it calmed me down lots. The production which I was not digging that much in the beginning had started to grow on me, and the lyrics and messages i was feeling completely. Quik has been a big inspiration for me and I have admired his work since day one. This again, is another classic from the top musician. I still preferred ''dollaz & sense'', but this has a very deep personal meaning for me as it strangely guided me through a very difficult stage of my life. Anyway, enough of my boring story lol. If you like Quik, which you should, or if you don't know him, BUY THIS NOW!!!. Click add to cart then fill in the rest lol. Tight album. Peace!"
Some slick West Coast funk
Patrick G. Varine | Georgetown, Delaware | 02/23/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is the best West-Coast album to come out for a while. Not since Snoop's "Doggystyle" has there been an album this funky. DJ Quik's bouncy sound is centered around lush instrumentation not heard since the days of Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield. And while Quik doesn't exactly croon like the afore-mentioned soul slingers, his laid-back, high-pitched flow will get anyone mellow. There are rarely any slow or dull moments on this disc. Sometimes Quik lets lower-key grooves ride out a little too long, but most of the time it's almost as satisfying to just cool out to the instrumentals as it is to hear Quik and his usual brethren (2nd II None, AMG, Playa Hamm) spit West Coast player-ism. The best songs have to be "We Still Party," whose infectious guitar lick on the chorus is painfully bounceable, "I Useta Know Her," which utilizes a vocoder as good as Roger & Zapp ever did, and "No Doubt," but that's because of a private joke my friends and I have about MGD. Anyway, if lush party jams is what you're lookin' for, get this album now."