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Gun Talk
Gun Talk
Genre: Rap & Hip-Hop
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Just Ice - Gun Talk/ Album is out of print. 1993 Savage Records/10 tracks


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All Artists: Just-Ice
Title: Gun Talk
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Dead Line
Original Release Date: 1/1/1993
Re-Release Date: 3/23/1993
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genre: Rap & Hip-Hop
Style: Gangsta & Hardcore
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 747855021124


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Just Ice - Gun Talk/ Album is out of print. 1993 Savage Records/10 tracks

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Not as good as the first two albums
RW | Corona, CA | 10/18/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"I was huge Just Ice fan back in the day, trippin threw all these old school reviews i thought i would comment on this album being the first. I remember when Just Ice got quite a bit of video play on Yo MTV Raps. His first two albums where hardocore rap at the time and in my book is still hardcore. This album Gun Talk just was not the same, i listen to a few tracks and couldn't bare to listen to it anymore. It wasn't the hardcore Just Ice in the previous two albums which is a must for any old school rap fan. You can pass this one up in my opinion."
Decent 5th Outing for Just-Ice
Hype Currie | Detroit, Michigan United States | 06/05/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"On "Gun Talk", Just-Ice's fifth studio LP (following the extra-rare "Masterpiece"), Just-Ice now found himself with Savage/BMG after his previous label, Sleeping Bag/Fresh, went bankrupt. Executive Produced by former Sleeping Bag exec Ron Resnick, Just-Ice reunites with his first album's producer, Kurtis Mantronik, for the first five (of ten) selections on the LP. Also released shortly after the Ice-T "Cop Killer" controversy, Just seemingly doesn't give a damn about controversy over violent content, if half his song titles are to be believed.

For this first half, Mantronik gives Just capable breakbeats to rhyme to, and he does so in his highly aggressive style. "Girls N Guns" and "Give Mi Pas" are the standout cuts here. For the second half of the LP, Just teams up with producer O.C. Rodriguez, and the best results of that are "That's the Way I Feel", and "Bring 'em Back Alive".

Despite the solid beats here, the sum results are not quite as engaging as Just-Ice's first efforts (either "Back to the Old School" with Mantronik behind the boards, or "Kool & Deadly" with KRS-One as producer). Upon its initial release, it was clearly overshadowed by the early 90's rap stars of the time (Death Row, Onyx, Naughty By Nature, etc.) For fans of Golden Age rap, this will moderately satisfy, but Just-Ice's first two LPs should come first.

1. Gangster Style Rap
2. Girls N Guns
3. It's Just-Ice Thing
4. Freestyle
5. Give Mi Pas
6. Bring 'Em Back Alive
7. That the Way I Feel
8. Stay the Hell Away from Me
9. Informer Fi Dead
10. On the Loose