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Time Waits for No Man
Rasco
Time Waits for No Man
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
 
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Rasco is an old fashioned braggin' 'n' boastin' MC who may not dazzle the superscientific crowd, but he still puts together an unquestionably solid album. The formula's simple: First of all, stick with what you're good at....  more »

      
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All Artists: Rasco
Title: Time Waits for No Man
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Stones Throw
Original Release Date: 8/18/1998
Re-Release Date: 8/17/1998
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: West Coast, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 659457201425, 0805753702412, 600406005823, 6594572014298, 803680840603, 659457201429

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Rasco is an old fashioned braggin' 'n' boastin' MC who may not dazzle the superscientific crowd, but he still puts together an unquestionably solid album. The formula's simple: First of all, stick with what you're good at. Rasco is about one thing--pounding wack rappers into submission. He'll find a dozen different ways to do it, but Ras will get the job done. Next: employ the best producers possible. Rasco's production roster is a who's who of the hottest Left Coast beat makers, including Evidence and newcomer Paul Nice. Kutmaster Kurt keeps getting better, this time on the kinetically crushing "Take It Back Home," and the stalwart Peanut Butter Wolf is at his sublime best with the hook on "What Y'all Wanna Do." --Oliver Wang

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A Classic
Benjamin S. Tam | Pleasanton, CA USA | 12/02/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Simple, buy this. First off, the beats are classic. PB Wolf can lace down beats with the best of them. Second, Rasco rhymes with furry. This guys speaks his mind and doesn't care what people think. The Soul Father proves he's a force in the industry. The reason I didn't rate it until now, just like all of my other reviews, is because I never shopped online until now. With that out of the way, get this album. Absolutely no tracks to skip, and the guests Encore, Evidence, Defari, Planet Asia add greatness to an album thats already great."
Solid album
Rich-Zed | Székesfehérvár, Magyarország | 05/30/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"First off, I didn't know Rasco till linking to one of amazon.com's sites where I saw a Cali Agents album. I knew Planet Asia but I didn't know Cali Agents and Rasco. After checking out amazon.com's listeners reviews I decided to download the album. I gotta admit: it worths downloading.
Here's a brief review of mine about Rasco: "Time waits for no man" (from my point of view).Time waits for no man --- tight beat, B++
Suckas don't respect it --- tight lyrics, B
Bits & pieces --- original music, B
Major league --- tight and raw beats, B+
Me & my crew --- tight and raw beats, ill rhymes, B++
What it's all about --- raw beats, ill lyrics, B
View to a kill --- tight sampler and music, B++
Unassisted --- B
What y'all wanna do --- tight music/piano, B+
Hip Hop essentials --- best song, tight beats, ill rhymes, A
Hey love --- tight beats, B+
Take it back home --- music similar to one of Ras Kass', B--
Heat seeking --- tight piano and beats, good lyrics, B++The whole album is tight productionally: Beanut Butter Wolf makes a real solid production very creatively. But I think Rasco is up to Peanut Butter's beats and makes the beats drop...All in all, this is a real solid album. I really like it.4 stars."
Well worth the wait...
Mark Hassell | Palo Alto, California | 01/21/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I picked up this album after hearing Rasco perform live and I have to say that I was just as impressed with it as I was with his flow on stage. The album is filled with phat, head-bobbing beats and some sweet, memorable lyrics. Definitely an album you should pick up to sit back and just kick it to."