Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Tales From The Hood: The Soundtrack
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B, Soundtracks
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MY FAVORITE SOUNDTRACK OF ALL TIME!
russ | Atlanta, GA USA | 10/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Alright, alright... you guys are probably wondering how an unknown little soundtrack gets a 5 star rating from me. Well it's because I've heard a lot of soundtracks and this is the most solid, track for track. It might not get 5 stars for best LP, but it is a great soundtrack, because you never know who's gonna be on a soundtrack or if they are going to go with the soundtrack or mesh well with the other artists on the disc. Well, these songs flow like a compilation of rappers on the same label would, and the songs are similar in a good way not a repetitive one. Good horror-core from no-namers and some great songs from big names.TRACK-BY-TRACK:1: Let Me At Them: A great wu-tang song, not just a for a soundtrack but one of their top 20 best.2: Face Mob: Probably the best on the CD and way better than "THE FIX". Check the bass line!3: Tales from the Hood: Good lil' R&B/rab calaboration. The weakest song on the disc but its not bad, it's just not similar to the rest of the disc except for the theme.4: Born II Die: Definitely a great song. My most played track, and one of Spice 1's top 5 songs.5: Ol Dirty's Back: Where did he go? Mabye he should go back. The second slip up, but not a fall. Definitely if your a true o.d.b. fan.6: Im Talkin To Myself: A great horror-core style song and from a no-namer:Grinch the mean One & ?(hear track). I like it. Spooky outro to the song.7: Hood Got Me Feelin' the Pain: Not bad. From another no-namer, it will grow on you after a couple listens. Good lyrics.8: One Less Nigga: Another golden single from a big name(M.C. Eiht) Great song.9: From the Darkside: A solid hit for Rza and his side project if your a fan you will love it.10:Death Represents My Hood: My favorite song from a no-namer and the best horror-core. Listen to the lyrics to this song 4 or 5 times.11: Hot Ones Echo Thru The Ghetto: It's another big name straying away from the horror-core theme but i dont care.Good song. If you dont like it at first, this one will definitly grow on ya.12: The Grave: Another no-namer with another nice song. Second best horror-core. Only 12 tracks because we all know a rap cd doesnt always have to use up the full 80 minutes. To many cd's are full of interludes and long outros and other crap because the producers think we need a slap full cd. WE DONT. Keep it quality. Oh ya guys, go buy it from this site if you want the cool cd cover and all the no-namers' names. Im sure its hard to find in stores. Great, great soundtrack."
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PeTeAh PaRkAh | KiLLa QuEeNz , Ny | 11/21/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Album iz SICKKKKKKKKKKKKK! , Every track givez you dat Dark/Erie feeling that fits da moviez theme which makes it live up to the name of being the "Official Sound Track" You got jointz on here from Wu-Tang ,Prodigy and Havoc of Mobb Deep,O.D.B. Also of Wu-Tang , Californiaz Spice 1 and da Masterz of da Horrorcore rap genre "The Gravediggaz". Which are just a few of da namez dat appear on this soundtrack , Da Production iz dark , Rhymes are Sick and twisted (Jus like da movie).If you liked the movie Yall LOVE da soundtrack PERIOD.
Top 5 TRAX
(All songz are ill but some stand out a lil more)
1.Gravediggaz - The Darkside
2.Spice 1 - Born II Die
3.Wu-Tang - Let Me At Them
4.N.G.N. - The Grave
5.Ol'Dirty Bastard - Ol'Dirtys Back