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Masta Ace
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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No Description Available. Genre: Rap, Hip-Hop Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: Release Date: 20-FEB-2001


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All Artists: Masta Ace
Title: Slaughtahouse
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Delicious Vinyl
Original Release Date: 1/1/1993
Re-Release Date: 2/20/2001
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: East Coast, Gangsta & Hardcore, Old School, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 081227677022


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Genre: Rap, Hip-Hop
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 20-FEB-2001

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Carltouis Stevenson | Angeles Mesa, Los Angeles | 01/05/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"1. A Walk Thru The Valley
2. Slaughtahouse / "Diggadome" (Intro)
3. Late Model Sedan
4. Jeep Ass Niguh
5. The Big East
6. Jack B. Nimble
7. Boom Bashin'
8. The Mad Wunz
9. Style Wars
10. Who You Jackin'?
11. Rollin' Wit Umdada
12. Ain't U Da Masta
13. Crazy Drunken Style
14. Don't F*** Around (Outro)
15. Saturday Nite Live
16. (Hidden Track) Born To Roll
Masta Ace comes back to the table with album four, Slaughterhouse in attempts to discredit gangster rap, and that which glorifies the violence that occurs in the inner city ghettos. Masta Ace had his hands on production on six of the sixteen tracks. Ace speaks about occurrences that happen in the cities and questions what's on our minds on "A Walk Thru The Valley". The title track is a direct aim at gangsters and ignorance in hip-hop / rap that actually sounds good as alter egos MC Negro & Ignant MC. "Jeep Ass Niguh" is the original version to "Born To Roll" just with different beats, though the remix "Born To Roll" is the highlight of this LP. "The Big East" is another good track with the sounds of a near western guitar sample. The storyline to "Jack B. Nimble" over up-beat jazz horns pushed the story along. As for "Who You Jackin'?" all there is to say is " baby, (what?), you baby, (what?), you baby, (what?)..." The off-beat production and help from Lord Digga on "Crazy Drunken Style" for a rougher sound to put the slaughter in the house. "Don't F*** Around (Outro)" features a guest vocalist with Ace's absence as she takes shots at emcees / rappers without respect or disregards. There's not enough singles to make this a five star release, but there's enough to keep your interest if hip-hop is your preference.
Eric W. Hill | 08/16/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was 17 when this album hit the market, and to me, it was the best album of the year; period. I enjoyed each and every track that is on this album. Masta Ace showed his chops as being one of the premier Mc's of the 90's on this album. This album is not a classic, it is an Opus. It does suck that Ace and the Inc. were not promoted the way they should have been, but his long lasting career is a testament to his dedication to his music."