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Take a Bite Outta Rhyme
Sevendust, Bloodhound Gang, Dope
Take a Bite Outta Rhyme
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Metal
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Take a Bite Outta Rhyme [Explicit Lyrics] [Audio CD] Sevendust; Bloodhound Gang


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All Artists: Sevendust, Bloodhound Gang, Dope, Insane Clown Posse, Kottonmouth Kings, Staind, Mindless Self Indulgence
Title: Take a Bite Outta Rhyme
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Umvd Labels
Original Release Date: 10/24/2000
Release Date: 10/24/2000
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Metal
Styles: American Alternative, Tributes, Pop Rap, Rap Rock, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 601215830125


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Take a Bite Outta Rhyme [Explicit Lyrics] [Audio CD] Sevendust; Bloodhound Gang

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This is a good album
Robert W Meyer Jr. | Liberty Hill, Texas United States | 09/10/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"If you want Original work from these artists, this album isnt for you. If you want remizes that are true to the original version, this album isnt for you. However, If you dont want remixes that Just plaiin Rock, then this album IS for you. ICP's cersion of My Posse's On Boradway, and KMK's vcerions of My mind is Playing Tricks On Me are not true in any way to the original except for the rythym. Those versions, espacially ICP's reflect more of them than the original work. You cant call ICP a no talent bunch of Klowns. How could a No Talent bunch of Klowns when they combine with another group of their frinds, cut an album, and have it debut at #1 on the billboard charts? Especailly when they both have NO airplay on the radio, and NO Videos on MTV. Now lets see, No Radio play, no Videos, no nothing. Yet they STILL had a Number ONE Debut album on the Billboard charts. HHMMM?? NO talent, I think not. If you dont like the artists, dont buy the album. If you dont like remixes, dont get the album. If you like music that ROCKS Go ahead and get it. This album rocks regardless of what anyone says. Listen to the samples and see if you want it or not. Dont listen to us. Find out for yourself!"
Tha Tribute...
Bryant Ward | L.P., Washington | 02/13/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This album, rare for alot of tribute albums, is actually pretty dope. I downloaded the track "Staind featuring Fred Durst and DJ Lethal of Limp Bizkit - Bring The Noise(Public Enemy/Anthrax cover)" and instantly I wanted this album. That song was only a part of this amazing CD. Dynamite Hack's Eazy-E cover of "Boyz-N-The Hood" is astounding. Its not heavy and loud, but has a nice acoustic guitar throughout the whole song. I guess you could call this a parody, but its my favorite track on the album. Insane Clown Posse(although a rap group) even appears. They do a cover of Sir-Mix-A-Lot's "Posse On Broadway". I'm a huge ICP fan and I think this track is alright but a little out of place on this album. Its still classic though. KMK, also known as the Kotton Mouth Kings, do a cover of the Getto Boys' classic, "Mind Playin' Tricks On Me". This song is awesome and is a great introduction to future KMK fans. Mindless Self Indulgence do a cover of Method Man's "Bring The Pain". This song is totally awesome if you like M.S.I. Factory 81, a band who I've never heard before, does the Cypress Hill hit, "Insane in the Brain". This song is okay, I like the screams but I don't think he has a good rap voice. =)> All in all, this album is awesome. I recommend it to the extreme rap/metal fans and even heavy metal fans. This is a great compilation...
Why is the Emphasis on type of music?
Shaggy P | Reno, NV | 01/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I would have to claim this album to be one of the absolute best albums of all time!! I am about as all around in terms of music as you can get. I grew up on classic rock, rap, metal, classical, regea, oldies, country and even pop. This album is a great taster of some of the little known bands. The thought of taking some of the most classic rap songs and redoing them by these high potential up-and-coming groups is ingenious. This CD was my first experience with MSI, nonpoint, and factory 81. I have since fallen in love with the untapped greatness of each band. I even enjoyed the Staind song on the album and personally don't have much interest in the band. Dynamite Hack pulled off a miracle with Boyz, I didn't think that the song could ever be pulled off by anyone other than a rap group however they did it beautifully. Lets not forget the Clown's, KMKings, and even a little touch from the Jerky Boys, to round out this high quality CD.
I am very happy with the fact that this is a tribute by new rock musicians dedicated to old school rap. This album is proof that good new musicians will always find ways to press out from between the wastefulness of sellouts like Limp Bizkit and PapaRoach.
In finishing I would like to tell each and every one of you who are reading this review that you can't go wrong by buying this CD, you have gotten far enough to see my review you might as well buy it and see for yourself what a great album really sounds like. Since I bought this CD back in early 2001 I have passed it out successfully to more than a dozen friends with no complaints what so ever!! Very few CD's deserve 5 stars and in my opinion this deserves 5.5, but enough talk click buy, or at least find a friend who owns it."