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|Sir Mix a Lot|
Return of the Bumpasaurus (Reis)
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Out of print in the U.S.! Import pressing of Sir Mix-A-Lot's 1996 album, his fifth overall. Return Of The Bumpasaurus sees Sir Mix-A-Lot hitting back at his critics and detractors who claimed he was not 'hardcore' enough.... more »
Out of print in the U.S.! Import pressing of Sir Mix-A-Lot's 1996 album, his fifth overall. Return Of The Bumpasaurus sees Sir Mix-A-Lot hitting back at his critics and detractors who claimed he was not 'hardcore' enough. Thankfully, he was able to have fun will doing so! 19 tracks including 'Buckin' My Horse', 'Man U Love Ta Hate', 'Jump On It' and more. Warner.
Bumbalicious Baby, Oh Yeah
C. Wilson | Eugene, OR United States | 04/21/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is an amazing accomplishment for Sir Mix-a-lot. It offers some really great beats and as always Mix's raps are at the top of their game.The CD, which features the club song "Jump on it", was released two years after my favorite Mix-a-lot Cd, "Chief Boot Knocka". Although it does not one-up Chief, it does manage to get your head bouncing. In songs such as "Da Bomb" and "Mob Style" Mix lets loose with a barage of sounds. He lets his lyrical flow rock you with songs like "Aintsta" and "Aunt Thomasina". The pure party song "Jump on it" is a nice addition and will definately get all the freaks in the room up on dance floor. This is a great CD and would be a nice addition to any music collection. It is not Sir Mix-a-lot's best, but is still a great rap CD nonetheless."
A must have for any bass owner or Mix-a-lot fan!!!
Daniel Trujillo | Mesa, Arizona | 04/12/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I have to say that this is my favorite Sir Mix-a-lot album and one of my favorite cd's when I'm bumping (bass that is). Some of these songs are the best that I have heard for bumping. The bass is the right bass for pounding your subs. I love this cd. I think his rapping on this album is really good. Mix-a-lot has skills. Just listen to buckin my horse if you don't know what I mean. Anyways, it is a great cd for bass or just to listen to. A must buy."
Sir Mix-A-Lot - Return of the Bumpasaurus
Tha Realest | Greensburg, PA USA | 09/19/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Once Sir Mix-A-Lot released "Chief Boot Knocka", his popularity in the rap game just started to fizzle away. Even though it was a great record, he started to drift out of the scene. Now it's 2 more years since that release and Mix is ready to unleash his second album under American Recordings and his fifth overall album with "Return of the Bumparsaurus."
1. You Can Have Her - 4.5/5
2. Da Bomb (Skit) (Featuring Amy Dorsey) - No Rating
3. Buckin' My Horse - 3.5/5
4. Mob Style (Featuring A.R.T., E-Dawg & Chris Jackson) - 5/5
5. Top Ten List (Skit) - No Rating
6. Man U Luv ta Hate - 4/5
7. Bark Like You Want It - 4.5/5
8. Bumpasaurus Cometh (Skit) - No Rating
9. Bumpasaurus (Featuring Anetta Perry) - 4/5
10. Denial (Skit)(Featuring Amy Dorsey) - No Rating
11. Aunt Thomasina (Featuring Amy Dorsey) - 4.5/5
12. Jump on It - 4/5
13. Aintsta - 4/5
14. Sag (Featuring Barney "Soul Dog" Huggins) - 3/5
15. Message to a Drag Artist (Skit) - No Rating
16. Lead Yo Horse (Featuring Chris Jackson & The Jackers) - 3/5
17. Playthang - 3/5
18. Funk fo da Blvd. (Featuring Fury, Bookie & Attitude Adjuster) - 3.5/5
19. Slide (Featuring E-Dawg) - 3.5/5
Mix definitely fell off with this album. He tried too hard to adapt to how rap is nowadays and it just didn't work for him. He sounded so much better with his old style. Productions is good as always and most of Mix's lyrics and flows are good. But majority of the hooks are wack, very wack. Still check it out and give this legend his props but don't expect it to be like his previous two albums."