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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 12, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean, Enhanced
  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN: B000054OWV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,406,745 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on October 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Field Mob burst onto the scene in 2000 with an unforgettable song; Project Dreams. Sporting an unforgettable first line "Rent Thirty days late gotta be gone by Saturday", Boondox & Kalage commence to drop classic line after classic line in what was one of the great songs of that year. Spittin the poor man's vision with lines like `Have you ever bathed with soap the size of a cert" and "when the trash bags replacing yo car window" and the chorus to this anthem consisted of "If you ever been broke put ya hands up', they became one of the premier groups to look out for . Coupled with signature dirty south beats, this crew had unprecedented wit and a sense of humor that made them easily accessible. Along with that they could tell stories and spit punchlines that raised East Coast cats eyebrows. Field Mob has the sense of realness that have just recently been getting recognition in the form of Nappy Roots. They were supposed to be the Nappy Roots of 2000 but it didn't work out right.
Anyhow Field Mob can go toe to toe with any group in the game right now. Songs like Project Dreams, Can't Stop Us, Dead In Your Chevy, and Dimes showcase their immense potential to become giant mega rap stars. Other songs such as `My Main Roni' which is a smooth ode to a girl who constantly does a man wrong, and `Cheatin ON We' about when both partners cheat. Cheatin on We sports a rather unusual storyline with an extremely catchy chorus. Channel 613 is a tale about The Mob being transported through the Television and visiting different shows. This is a very creative concept that I had never heard before; they make references to Scooby Doo, Martin, Cops, The News and other shows
I'm pretty sure you have heard their new single `Sick Of Being Lonely' which is another certified winner for this group.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joey Carter on January 17, 2001
Format: Audio CD
You need to get this cd, this just isn't another down south rap album. Field Mob is bringin some fresh beats wit some great origional lyrics. If you ain't heard bout these boys you betta open yo ears cuz they bout to blow up. F**k it, just get the album you won't be dissapointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "explicit" on December 14, 2000
Format: Audio CD
It's been a long time coming, but nearly half a year after garnering heavy rotation mainstream airplay, the boys from Macon are ready to introduce themselves to the world. To be perfectly honest, I didn't expect much more from the mob than another typical southern album made strictly for the clubs and chevy's, but much to my dismay I was wrong. There is a common reference known throughout the hip hop/rap community known as keeping it real, and with their debut album that is exactly what Kalage and Boondax does. The opening song, Can't Stop Us, serves as a chin check for all non-believers who may have thought that Kalage and Boondax lacked lyrical talent. It is often thought that artists from the south (save Outkast and Goodie Mob) lack the creativity to set standards within the rap community, but the entertaining tales of Cheatin on We and Channel 613 seems to display the Boondax and Kalage at their best. That is not to say this album is not without its faults, that fart filled interlude "Waiting" takes away from the album overall decent musical content, while mediocore production and a tired hook makes "Crutch" a fast forward candidate- although its lyrically decent. Having already gained respect for the city of Macon as a viable outlet for rap artists (a task that John Amos, Sonny Spoon, etc. found a diffucult time doing) Field Mob will definitely earn their fair share of repesect with 3:16 Ashy to Classy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G-Thang on December 18, 2000
Format: Audio CD
No mean to diss the dude about saying that Filed Mob are from Macon. But this duo is representing The Bany to the fullest. All I got to say about this CD is that these boys are on Fire. Big ups Shawn J, and Smoke.
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By Nuisance on August 28, 2007
Format: Audio CD
That statement has stood the test of time too. I liked their first single Project Dreamz. I can still remember laughing my a$$ off when I heard Channel 613 Part 1. They got pretty impressive wordplay plus their stories are usually funny. Take for instance My Main Roni where they both talk about how they were cheated on by their girlfriends. Comical. Cheatin On We is hysterical as both Smoke and Shondrae give laugh out loud accounts of how they cheated on their cheating girlfriends. On the positive side they have a song called Crutch which is definetly a highlight. The only songs I consider skippable are Da Durty(does nothing for me) and Shake Sumpthin(kind of corny). Other than that this album is damn good. Bottom Line: Field Mob's 613: a Ashy To Classy is their best album. The production was cool and their rhymes were great and hilarious.
Standout Tracks: PROJECT DREAMZ, DEAD IN YOUR CHEVY, MY MAIN RONI, CHEATIN ON WE, CHANNEL 613 PART 1, DIMEZ(Jazzy Bs), CRUTCH and HEY SHAWTY.
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