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Muddy Waters
Muddy Waters
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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All Artists: Redman
Title: Muddy Waters
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Def Jam
Original Release Date: 12/10/1996
Release Date: 12/10/1996
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: East Coast, Gangsta & Hardcore, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 731453347021, 0731453347021, 4988005470232, 498800547023

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Funk Doc's Last REAL Hiphop album
? | United Kingdom! | 04/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When redman burst on the scene back in the early 90's, w/ EPMD, the hiphop world didnt know what hit 'em. An MC with a crazy flow, obscure voice and insane lyrics, From NJ, was displaying talent never seen before. in 1992, Whut? thee album confirmed the expectations that heads had for him, and more. With the funk doc steez, addictive flow and his general aura it was an instant classic. Then, Dare iz a darkside came in '94 with its darker, more insane & slighty more weird sounding material , proving that Red could switch his style up when he wanted, and proving that there was more of a darkside to him, unlike what was displayed in his debut. Then, in 1996 Muddy Waters dropped. What can I say? Arguably his best, with both styles (Funk Doc & Darkside) mixed into one it is the perfect package for any real hiphop head. with Erick Sermon on the boards, the beats aint nothin less than brilliant, addictive and the perfect foundation for Red to kick some of his best lyrics ever. Red really stepped up his game on this one, with lyrics (and a unique flow) that make you want to rewind & rewind. Even though this is an album in which redman pretty much does most songs by himself, artists like; K SOLO, Keith Murray, Jamal, Meth & a few others also drop by, leaving you with some sick lines that only help the track become even more dope!
Take it from me this is the real redman (& Erick Sermon) before their fall off, big time, forget anything from here on after, this is the funk doc kicking it REAL for 1996. Seriously slept on and judged upon as a "typical redman album", Muddy waters is another extension to the fact that the Early -Mid-90's were the HIP HOP Years, and grab a hold of it whilst you can. Don't sleep!
Get it. PEACE!!

Lyrics - 10/10
Beats 10/10
Originality - 10/10
Style - 50000/10!!

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Your boombox better form a union...
E.J. Rupert | Milwaukee, WI | 04/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"...'cuz Redman keeps the circuits overworked (from "Whateva Man").Redman - Muddy Waters (Def Jam, 1996)Though I listened to Redman ever since EPMD's "Headbanger" (where he was introduced to the world), this is the first album I bought from him. I recently dug this album out, listened to it again and it still sounds great. This album contains Redman's best lyrics and Erick Sermon's best beats, and truthfully, this is the last album that either one of them would sound THIS good. As any Redman fan will know, finding the best lyric is a hard task because every lyric on this album is tight. Even Jamal (now known as Mally G.) raps well on "Da Ill Out". This is also the last album where those pesky WDEF radio skits would be entertaining and worth rewinding. If you're only used to the "I'll Bee Dat"-type Redman (which is not a bad thing), then I advise you to pick this album up and keep your finger next to the rewind button at all times. -EJR"
Classic LP from top 15 greatest MC'S
Omar L. Branch | Harlem, NY | 01/30/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Classic album from the originator of bring the ruckus hip-hop!!"