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It Keeps You Runnin'
Thomas Magnum | NJ, USA | 10/23/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"After the success of their second album, Straight Outta Compton, which was a surprise hit that peaked at number 38 on the album charts thanks solely to word of mouth (the album received no radio play or MTV airplay), N.W.A. faced a major problem. The group's chief lyrist and best MC, Ice Cube, left the band due to personal and money squabbles to start a solo career. The group, faced with a major problem, trudged on. Their first effort is this solid four song EP, 100 Miles & Runnin'. The album is just a primer, as the band tests the waters without Ice Cube, it's not without merit. While a song like "Just Don't Bite It" has some funny moments, it was really the tremendous title track that showed the band could survive the loss of Ice Cube. The track has a propulsive beat that forces the song the along and the lyrics perfectly fit the band's renegade lifestyle."
Still Runnin Strong
Rusty | 12/14/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This EP is one of N.W.a's high points proving they were going to on without Ice Cube and even stronger without him and in my opinion is there second best piece of work next to S.O.C Here is a quick rundown:
100 Miles and Runnin-10/10 Like Straight Outta compton a very forceful entry and surprising beat
Just Dont bite It- 8.5-9/10 Preety funny but kinda a let down after such a forceful entry song
Sa Prize-10/10 This was just amazing best part of the CD great beat
Real Niggaz-9.5/10 Real good beat and good lyric delivery especially M.C Ren
Kumorshal-I wont really count this do to it is just a advertisment for Niggaz4Life but the beat is really good"
100 Miles And Runnin
Mike Terry | STL | 01/28/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)
"NWA's first effort without Ice Cube set out to prove that the group was going to survive without its best rapper. While successful at this task, the group really comes with nothing new on this 4 song EP. Besides the title track, the only standout is Sa Prize Part 2 which is actually a sequel to F*** The Police. Unless you find this one very cheap, there really isn't enough material to make it worth purchasing."