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Inside Out
Inside Out
Genre: Rap & Hip-Hop
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Originally Release : '95., inlcuding "Sultry Funk" and the gospel single "Going up Yonder",


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All Artists: Hammer
Title: Inside Out
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Bmg
Original Release Date: 1/1/2006
Re-Release Date: 9/25/2006
Album Type: Import
Genre: Rap & Hip-Hop
Style: Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 743213033525


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Originally Release : '95., inlcuding "Sultry Funk" and the gospel single "Going up Yonder",

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Hammer's getting back on track
Sean Munnings | 10/25/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I must say that i was absolutely shocked when i listened to this Hammer CD. It's nothing like i imagined. And especially with the Gospel touch - it's really cool.Never has a CD captured so clearly the emotions of the artist (other than Tupac's tracks). And a most appropraite title for it -INSIDE OUT. With tracks such as "i hope things change" and "keep on",to the spiritually laced tracks "He keeps doing great things" and "going up yonder", hammer strikes gold once again. And what Hammer CD would be complete without some really groovy dance tracks? Check out "Sultry funk", "Everything's alright", "Luv n happiness", and authentically Hammer "Anything goes on the dance floor". A fantastic and different touch from the man who once sat on top of the rap and hip hop world. INSIDE OUT."
Heartfelt and a 180 degree turn from last album - Keep On
Sean Munnings | Nassau, Bahamas | 10/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"On this album the best song is "Going up Yonder". Best gospel rap track ever. Yes, this track is better than Hammer's "Pray", "Son of the King" and "Please don't pass me by". The album is different because it reflects Hammer's turmoil (in song "Keep on")and salvation (in songs "Everything is Alright" and "Brighter Day"). Still this is Hammer's most uplifting CD, however his dance tunes lack energy except for in the songs "Luv-n-happiness", "Everything goes on the dance floor" and "Sultry Funk". Hammer's salute to Easy E on the track "Nothing but love" was captivating and unexpected. The track "Brighter Day" is the most heartfelt song on this album, Hammer's delivery is amazing. Still a fan like myself longs for the dancing energy which was also absent in the next internet album Family Affair but present in Active Duty. The fact is that Hammer never sold out, he peaked too high in the game and was slayed by the black crab syndrome. It is hypocritcal for the same people who were dancing to his lyrics and wearing his baggy clothing and suits to call him a sell out for his commercial success and bankruptcy. His previous albums had social commentary, a love song and a gospel track which were rich and endearing. Undoubtedly Hammer is the most morally positive MC to touch the mic. Artists like Puff Daddy and Kirk Franklin are reflections of Hammer's legacy. Hopefully, the history of Hip-hop will continue to validate the accomplishments of Hammer. He has the most commercially successful rap album ever and was the first rapper to truly challenge the King of Pop during both of their primes."
Just Duckie | California, United States | 08/16/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"One of Hammers best Cds yet,inspiring songs and great dance beats,definitely would reccomend this one!! keep it coming Hammer!!"