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Get in Where Ya Fit in
Too Short
Get in Where Ya Fit in
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
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No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: TOO SHORT Title: GET IN WHERE YOU FIT IN Street Release Date: 10/26/1993


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All Artists: Too Short
Title: Get in Where Ya Fit in
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Jive
Release Date: 10/26/1993
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, West Coast, Southern Rap, Pop Rap, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 012414152626, 012414152619


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Media Type: CD
Street Release Date: 10/26/1993

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CLASSIC -- album "#8" is his best
G$ | B-More, MD | 11/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"WOW!! The Oaktown pimp really went overboard with album 8. Just 15 months since his last album, he comes with his best and funkiest album of all 15!!! With 13 songs of straight funk, it has 3 classics, 2 almost classics and the rest are real good or great songs. Guests aren't all over, just on most the last half of the album, and it is mostly his Dangerous Crew clique. The production is GREAT, in the words of DJ Quik it's "Way 2 Fonky". Every song has an unreal beat and the dangerous crew posse is to thank (as well as 1 great track by QDII). Ant Banks does 5 songs and the Dangerous Crew does 7 (no wonder this may be the best produced album I ever heard and I have over 675 rap albums! Ant Banks, Dangerous Crew and QDII -- No words here just listen and you'll understand) A must have album for all.

#1 - 8.5 (short amount of rapping and alot of talkin but tight -- nice beat as well)
#2 - 9 (about him being player -- good beat)
#3 - 11 (CLASSIC!!! -- GREAT BEAT and 7+ minutes of funk)
#4 - 9 (dirty songa bout having no ho's -- tight beat)
#5 - 8 (about money in da hood)
#6 - 10 (CLASSIC and his dirtiest song ever -- nice raggae beat)
#7 - 8.5 (f/ Ant Banks -- tight beat -- about how al his biaaatches are gone)
#8 - 9.5 (f/ Spice 1, Goldy, Ant Banks, Pee Wee - the Dangerous Crew!! -- great beat)
#9 - 8.5 (f/ Rappin Ron {R.I.P.} & Ant Diddley Dog -- dissin Pooh Man)
#10 - 10 (CLASSIC w/ GREAT BEAT)
#11 - 9.5 (f/ Father Dom & Ant BAnks -- tight beat)
#12 - 9 (f/ Leslie Calaway -- nice beat)
#13 - 8 (FM BLue f/ Too $hort)

Todd Shaw -- b. 4/29/66 -- b. Los Angeles, CA moved to Oakland, CA
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Too Short's finest album.
Jon Dogg | Portland, Maine | 09/03/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have purchased EVERY Too Short album. I have listened to all of them many many times. People who know me know that I am not a traditional rap hip-hop fan. Yes I love Rap and Hip Hop, but I don't like someone just cause someone else does, and some of the rappers that people think are the greatest aren't. Clue, my top ten is not what everyone else seems to think is the top ten. Too Short is my number one for many reasons; length of career, quality of music, what he has done, etc etc. What HASN'T Too Short done. This is my favorite because NONE of the songs get tiring or boring. I have gotten people who listen to metal and old stuff to like this album. His beats and samples are used to perfection, and people will be sampling his stuff once he is done. Every song gets a 5. You can't rate something with threes and fours and have it a five for the album. So if you want a good party album with quality sound and feel to it, buy this album."
Too $hort's Best
Jeffrey R. Dahlin | Los Angeles, CA | 12/30/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"In a day and age where it seems like any rapper can grab the spotlight for 15 minutes of fame, Too Short is an anomaly. With virtually no radio or MTV play, he has consistently put out successful albums, regularly reaching platinum status. "Get in Where You Fit In", Short's 8th record, easily rates as one of the best rap/hip-hop albums of the 90's, and is considered by most to already be a classic.
Ant Banks teamed up with Short to produce the album, and the legendary team made the "Oakland Funk" style a bona-fide sound. Eliminating most of the phrase-sampled loops from the album's beats, they instead focused on live instruments and programmed drums, resulting in a sound that is clear and original. LA producer QDIII provides a masterpiece of a beat as well, on the song "Just Another Day".
Too Short may not be the most lyrically gifted rapper out there, but at least he knows his identity. He includes many trademark "dirty" raps, and sticks to familiar ground with the album's content, but--that is what he does best.
The real strength of the album lies in its supporting characters. This album was produced in 1993, at a time when the Bay Area Dangerous Crew was at its strongest. Short is backed up by some of the best Oakland and San Francisco rappers, including Spice 1, Goldy, Father Dom, Rappin' Ron, Ant Diddly Dog, and others. The distinctive styles of these rappers when paired with the style-defining beats combine to make Get In Where You fit in not only Too Short's best album, but the epitome of the Northern California rap sound."