Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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Mr. Scarface's finest work to date
J. Highsmith | Mitchellville, Maryland United States | 07/20/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"These days you'll find Scarface as the President of the newly formed Def Jam South, but while you wait for what seems to be his last solo CD, "The Last Of A Dying Breed", you should pick up his finest work to date, "The Untouchable". Five stars is not enough for this CD. Mr. Scarface got his name from the song, "Scarface" which was featured on his group, The Geto Boys' "Grip It On That Other Level" CD. On his first solo CD, Scarface had many classics, "Mr. Scarface", "Good Girl Gone Bad", "Body Snatchers" and my personal favorite "Money & The Power". After droppin' 2 more solo CDs, "The World Is Yours" and "The Diary" and other Geto Boys' CDs, "We Can't Be Stopped" and "Til Death Do Us Part", including one with and without Willie D, Scarface brought us "The Untouchable". After hearing the first single "Game Over" w/Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and Too Short, I knew this was going to be a tight CD. From beginning to end Scarface puts it down for the South. There isn't a song on this CD that you won't like. My personal favorites are "Ya Money Or Ya Life", "Smile" w/2 Pac, "Untouchable", "No Warning", "Mary Jane" and "Smartz". Lately, Scarface has showed up on Beanie Sigel's "Mac and Brad" and The Ruff Ryders' "WWIII". Hopefully, Scarface will pull a Too Short on us and make a CD, say he's going to retire and then come back. Nobody puts it down for the South like Mr. Scarface, Nobody!"
He has done it again
Rick Muse | Washington, DC | 12/10/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Scarface is the real legend of rap. Who ever said Smile was the best song Scarface ever did is crazy. Smile is tight, but it don't come to the best song he ever did. No warning and The Game is over is the best tracks on the album. The whole album is tight. I am in college in Charlotte, and when I say Scarface is my favorite rapper, some people laugh. But when I say name one rapper that is better than him hardcore, everybody gets quiet. Once again, I think Scarface is the best thing out there. The Untouchable, The Diary, and The World is yours are classics. We love Scarface in DC."
BETTER THAN ANY ALBUM THAT YEAR!!!
D.U.I. - Donnie Understands Intelli | Dartmouth, Nova Scotia | 10/07/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I HAVE SERIOUSLY COMTEMPLATED HOW GOOD THIS ALBUM IS, BASED ON THE FACT, THAT I CAN'T, AFTER ALMOST 10 YEARS, THINK OF WHAT COMES CLOSE TO THE CALIBER OF THIS GETO BOY DYNAMIC C.D. "UNTOUCHABLE"! I HAVE HEARD ALBUM AFTER ALBUM, AND THERE ARE SOME AMAZING ALBUMS FROM THAT YEAR, BUT NONE ARE AS HARD, THOUGHT OUT, OR MORE PAINFULLY DEVIOUS, AS THIS ALBUM.
GRANTED THIS ALBUM HAS 12 TRACKS, AND IS RELATIVELY SHORT IN COMPARISON TO OTHERS THAT YEAR(ANYTHING MASTER P, LASTS 3 DAYS AN ALBUM, YET SUCK.)! UNTOUCHABLE DOESN'T LACK IN INTENSITY, HUMOR, HUMILITY, AND HONOR, AS SCARFACE (BRADLEY JORDAN b.1970), SHOWS WHAT THE STREETS HAVE NOT ONLY BROUGHT HIMSELF, BUT MANY OF HIS FELLOW TEXANS IN THEIR CITY'S DIRTY STREETS.
HIS HARD EDGED, DEEP, AND RASPY VOICE, PENETRATES THE BRAIN INTO THINKING ABOUT WHAT HE IS TRULY SAYING, AND MAKING SURE YOU REMEMBER.
HIS SIDE VOCALISTS MAKE THIS AN EASY CANDIDATE OF THE BEST ALBUM THAT YEAR AND JUSTIFIBLY SO.
WITH ARTISTS LIKE, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Too Short, Daz, Devin The Dude, 2Pac, Johnny P. AND K.B., AND PRODUCTION OF Tone Capone, N.O. Joe, Mike Dean AND OF COURSE Dr. Dre, MAKE THIS ALBUM AN UNTOUCHABLE ONE.
3. No Warning
6. Money Makes The World Go Round
7. For Real
8. Ya Money Or Ya Life
9. Mary Jane
13. Game Over
THESE ARE THE TRACKS, AND MY STANDOUTS WERE 2,3,4,8,9,10.