Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Soundtracks
Haven't seen Foolish, the movie? Don't worry. As with most soundtracks these days, this one is thoroughly superfluous to the film itself, though it does serve up some bangers to complement the film's mash. C-Murder balance... more »
Haven't seen Foolish, the movie? Don't worry. As with most soundtracks these days, this one is thoroughly superfluous to the film itself, though it does serve up some bangers to complement the film's mash. C-Murder balances his own scale, displaying characteristic aggression on "Runnin' from the Police" alongside uncharacteristic thoughtfulness on "Like a Jungle." With "School on Lock" ("Second grade got the school on lock! Third grade got the school on lock!"), Lil' Soldiers, the youngest No Limit product, are indeed shaping up to be another bad creation. Even more telling, they've got the best beat of the bunch, leaving it clear who bears the torch--and whose sun is setting. All in all, Foolish is so exceedingly... well, mediocre that even classic tracks from Marvin Gaye, the O'Jays, and Parliament fail to make up for the rest. --Jon Caramanica
Get Top Dogg
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Don't get The Foolish soundtrack. Wait til May 11 when Top Dogg drops. The guest appearance for Snoops anticipated album "Top Dog" includes Dr.Dre who is producing 7 tracks,Jay-Z and DMX Swizz Beats is producing that song, Too $hort,Krayzie Bone Silky E. Fyne,Big Pun and Fat Joe,Daz and Kurupt,1 track from DJ Quik,2 tracks by Warren G.,9 tracks from Dogghouse production,1 track from Puff Daddy, Supafly, Bad Azz, Nate Dogg, RBX, Monica,6 tracks produced by beats by the pound this album will have at least thirty tracks sqeezed into 1 disc. This will will definately be album of the year and put No Limit back on top."
Not that good
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Man I bought this cd thinking tha it would be like all of other Master P CD's - but it's not. Alot of the songs are from the 60's and 70's and personally I really don't care for those type of songs. If i wanted something like that i would've bought Marvin Gayes greatest hits!!!!!"
This seemed like Master P just threw this CD together.
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This was the lamest CD that I ever bought. I have almost every NO Limit CD and this was terrible. Master P should haved used better songs and beats on this soundtrack. I felt like I was listening to left over songs that weren't good enough for the artist's solo album, so P just put them on the soundtrack. On the cover there should have been something telling the consumer that most of the songs on this cd was from the 60s and 70's."