Enta da Stage

May 18, 2004 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: May 18, 2004
  • Release Date: May 18, 2004
  • Label: Nervous Records
  • Copyright: 1993 Nervous, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 56:43
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001226BF8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,835 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

For sure, this is one of the best Hip-Hop albums ever.
DominicanKing25
If you haven't read what I said above, just read here simple: get this album now..
Gentleman
Da Beatminerz were behind the production on this album and its absolutely dope.
Wu-Tang_Assassin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Merchant on February 28, 2006
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and thats a good thing. This is a piece of music that shows that thuggery can be an artistic form of expression. Never before has the thought of bashing someone in the mug and making off with their wallet seemed so..so..beautiful. the choice samples layered in thick chunky slabs of filtered basslines and well-accenuated highs and melodics perfectly drizzle in and out of Buckshot's words and flow. It literally takes you on a marijuana trance through the rugged streets of Brooklyn. I mean, i listen to this album and i wonder why someone hasn't handed Fitty or Diddy a bullet in the cranium for their atrocities that sell publicly on the shelves of record stores. This is real hip hop. THIS is GANGSTER...not that Diplo crap or Retard Unit or any of these other mentally and artistically challenged kids from the streets. I only gave it 5 stars because Amazon wouldn't let me give it a gazillion....If you do not own this record, you should flog yourself against the hood of a moving automobile, preferably a station-wagon with wood paneling and metallic-peat colored paint because you are a nerd.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By "sugglife" on April 12, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album is one of my top ten albums of all time. Itrepresents a time period between '92-'95 when the East Coast wasdefinitely runnin' [things]. I'm talkin' about when it was Gang Starr, Tribe, Nas(when he was still Illmatic), Smif-n-Wessun(when they were known as Smif-n-Wessun), Biggie(before he was reincarnated), theWuwhen all 36 were in full effect); puttin' it down for New York. Buckshot's flow is by far one of the best ever heard, and more than makes up for his petty lexicon. 5 Ft.'s few appearances are stellar, and the production by Evil Dee and Mr.Walt was some of the most original, extraordinary stuff to date. One of the only albums in a while to incorporate uncompromising, street hardness while keeping hip-hop pure. Few have came, and few will come, that are up to the caliber of the legendary Black Moon.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
One of the best pure rap records ever, up there with 36 Chambers, Illmatic, Raising Hell, Nation of Millions, Straight Outta Compton, Amerikkka's Most Wanted. No wack ass R&B backups, no guest appearances by J Lo or Jah Rule, no pimpin', no bling bling, and no special bonus track produced by Puff Diddly. Just raw beats and rhymes, f the dumb sh*t.....
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Vivalo on October 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I still remember the day that I bought this album. I was 14 years old and I was in the record storeand I was looking for something new. I mean at the time I was only 14 and had limited funds so I wasn't able to just buy cd's when ever I want like I do now. So I was looking through the rap section & I stumbled across 'Enta da stage', so I took the last $10 bill outta my pocket & paid for it. WOW, this was the best $10 I ever spent. This album changed the whole scene for East Coast Rap forever. Every single song, lyric & beat is intoxicating from Buckshot's voice to Evil Dee's beats this album is a 5 mic classic even though "The Source" didn't think so. Yo, all I gotta say is that if you love Hip-Hop u gotta own this classic album. I just wish Black Moon would put out more material like this. No disrespect to them now, but 'Enta da stage' was something special.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Wu-Tang_Assassin on February 27, 2007
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This is the first album that I have heard from the Boot Camp Clik. Black Moon came VERY nice on this album. The emcee you hear the most from on this album is "Buckshot". You will also hear appearances from "5Ft", "Tek", "Steele", "Dru Ha" and "Havoc".

First off the lyrics. The lyrics on this album are straight in your face with street banger type songs. From the song list, you get the point. But they even though though they arent the most lyrical emcees on this album, they still got very dope lyrics.

The production in one word, amazing. Da Beatminerz were behind the production on this album and its absolutely dope. The producers are "DJ Evil Dee" and "Mr. Walt". You listen to the beats on this album, then you understand and comprehend what REAL hip-hop beats sound like!! This album is filled with HIGH amounts of bass, trust me on that one!

I'll just break it down like this, if you like real hip-hop/hip-hop from that era/ or just DOPE underground hip-hop this album belongs in YOUR collection! Trust me, dont pass this up!

My Top 5 Songs

1.Powaful Impak!

2.Who Got Da Props?

3.Son Get Wrec

4.I Got Cha Opin

5.U Da Man
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ? on May 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Masterpiece, Influential, Impeccable, Groundbreaking, HipHop. These are just some words that can be used to describe the magnitude of Black Moon - Enta Da Stage. Incase you don't know, this dropped back in one of the best years for hiphop, 1993, and pretty much blew anything else away at that time. Made up of MC Buckshot Shorty, Evil Dee & 5ft Excellerator Black Moon instantly became known for their Ruff, Rugged & Raw sound/attitude that would inevitably influence many upcoming MC's & groups, especially in the East. This is the epitome of that Early 90's New York Street sound, and is still, 13 years later, second to none. The single Who Got Da Props? was an utter classic, being rotated on ughh radio stations and street corners continuously...it was definitely the set off point from which Black Moon blew up. Then, with the track "How many Mc's" (Sampling the great KRS ONE) Black moon erased any doubts that anybody had for them, as Evil Dee hits us with one of the most satisfying and admired beats yet. Now, all of the tracks on 'Enta Da Stage' are 100% consistent, meaning the album contains absolutely no fillers whatsoever! resulting in a 14 track non stop journey through the gritty streets of NY. Now, if you consider yourself to be a fan of a hiphop, and have still not heard this, then you seriously need to just cop one before anybody realises. This is HIPHOP, from a time when everything being put out was consistently brilliant and innovative, Black Moon fortunately stepped up and blessed us with this classic. If you only ever have to own 5 hiphop albums, this has to be one! Buy it now! PEACE

Lyrics - 10/10 ( probably some of the most commonly sampled verses ever)
Beats - 10/10 (Courtesy of EVIL DEE!)
Originality - 10/10
Style - 10/10
Replay Value - 10/10

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