Donnie G: Don Gorilla [Explicit]

December 14, 2010 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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1:28
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3:05
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3:35
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3:26
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4:06
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3:49
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2:57
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4:07
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3:42
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3:38
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4:51
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3:23
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3:47


Product Details

  • Label: Def Jam Records
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  • Total Length: 45:54
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B004FBG3TW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,792 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hip-Hop-Fan2786 on February 26, 2011
Format: Audio CD
This album seemed rushed and aimed for commercial appeal, a perfect example would be "Picture Phone Foreplay" and "Club Jam Packed". It really is a average album, Louch shines on tracks like "Rhyme Animal", "Make Some noise", "Nite Falls", "Dinner Guest", "Blood & Tears" and "Clip up reloaded"."Get It Poppin" and "Ready4war" are good songs with lazy hooks. "Ol Skool" is aimed at the south and it would of been better suited for Bun B instead of Sheek. Hopefully next time sheek puts more effect into his album instead of aiming for radio. If your a big fan of D Block/Lox then you know Sheek has what it takes to put a good album, I'm pretty sure Def Jam had him make certain types of songs on here.

Rhyme Animal 5/5
Get It Poppin 4/5
Club Jam Packed 3/5
Out Of The Ghetto 3/5
Make Some Noise 5/5
Blood And Tears 4/5
Nite Falls 5/5
Party After 2 4/5
Ol Skool 3/5
Picture Phone Foreplay 3/5
Dinner Guest 5/5
Ready4war 4/5
Clip Up Reloaded 5/5
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. D. Brown on January 4, 2011
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Its a pretty solid album. If I had to rate it I would give it a 3.5 out of 5. Its not as good as other albums I bought this year like Ghostface's Apollo Kids, Nas and Damian Marley's Distant Relatives or Black Milk's Album of The Year but its still pretty solid. I was hoping for something more like After Taxes but still not mad at the purchase since I'm a LOX and D-Block Supporter.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CHIFFON111 on December 16, 2010
Format: Audio CD
ONE THING I ALWAYS KNEW FROM THE RUFF RYDER TO DA LOX TO D BLOCK..THE GIFT WAS IN YOU FROM JUMP!! YOUR STYLE IS MAD SMOOTH, WITH DAT THUG SWAGG BUT MOST IMPORTANT...YOU SAYING SOMETHING! REAL TALK!!! I LOVE YOUR DELIVERY AS WELL AS THE LOVE YOU HAVE FOR YOUR FAN BASE OUT THERE! ALL I CAN SAY IS..KEEP DOING WHAT YOU DO! I'M PROUD OF YOU!! AS YOU EXCEL IN THE INDUSTRY FOR THE YEAR 2011 I PRAY FOR GREAT SUCCESS! GOD BLESS!! CHIFFON111
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First of all let me say that I'm a fan of sheek louch, jadakiss, styles p & the whole Lox/D-Block movement & even the early days of ruff ryders. With that said, this album is not very good as it sounds like sheek is starting to go more commercial as well as jadakiss as you can see with his new mixtapes. Sheek's first album "Walk With Me" is a classic nothing but that hardcore d-block sound that the core fanbase loved about the lox from the start. His second album "After Taxes" while straying away just a little bit from a completely hardcore sound still was a pretty solid effort & managaed to keep a grimey sound not to mention that was around the time they were beefing with g-unit so there were disses thrown their way on that album. His third release "Silverback Gorilla" is the transition where sheeks starts to get more of a commercial sound & the album was sort of a half & half result of commercial & hardcore. Unfortunately, this album seems to be 85% commercial with the rest being somewhat hard. The beats for one are too commercial I really hate when east coast rappers try to spit over catchy club/pop beats thats more along the lines of the more recent dirty south rap we've been hearing for years. Theres only like 6 songs on here that I can tolerate the rest are trash espeically that phone sex track wtf sheek? It seems like the lox more so sheek & jada than styles p are becoming a lil more commercial as time passes & collaborating with wack rappers on top of that. I really hope they can go back to the vintage days of we are the streets & even money,power, & respect or when j-hood first came around. Avoid this junk at all costs & get his first 2 albums instead.
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Sheek returns this time on Def Jam, to bring us his 6th solo album, a little over a year & a half since his last one. After 13 years in the game he has a pretty extensive collection of albums (as well as his 6 solo's, he was a part of and I have: 2 LOX albums, 6 D-Block albums/mixtapes, 4 Ruff Ryders compilations, and a few other mixtapes). He has been one of the more busy rappers lately, counting this one, the 33 months prior to this release he was a part of 6 albums. This one is probably my least favorite of his solo albums, and would say it's a low 4-star album.

"Walk Witt Me" (9/03) --- 4.5 stars
"After Taxes" (11/05) --- 4.5 stars
"Silverback Gorilla" (3/08) --- 4.5 stars
"Extinction (Last of a Dying Breed)" (11/08) --- 4 stars
"Life on D-Block" (5/09) --- 4.5 stars

With 13 songs, you get; 2 are near classics, 1 I skip, 3 that are ok, and the other 7 are decent, with a couple being real good. Guests are kinda heavy, on 9 of the 13 (rapping on 4 and doing the hook on 5). Production is handled by a lot of different people and is up & down. Red Spyda & Y-Not each do 2, Statik Selektah, J Cardim, Don Cannon, Nemesis, The Futuristiks, Bangladesh, Webstar, Big H, Darius Barnes all do 1 song. A decent album overall, but definitely not his best work.

#1 - 9.5 (Tight beat, but on about a min. long)
#2 - 8.5
#3 - 8 (f/ DJ Webstar)
#4 - 8.5 (f/ Kobe -- good beat)
#5 - 9 (f/ Fabolous -- nice beat)
#6 - 9.5 (f/ Casely -- tight upbeat track)
#7 - 8.5
#8 - 7 (f/ Jeremih -- radio friendly song)
#9 - 8.5 (f/ Bun B & Jase)
#10 - 5 (f/ Kevin "KC" Cossom -- very annoying radio friendly song)
#11 - 8 (f/ Jadakiss, Bully, Styles & Malik Thelusma)
#12 - 7.5
#13 - 7.5 (f/ Jadakiss & Styles)

Sean Jacobs -- b. ~1974 -- Yonkers, NY
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