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September 6, 1994

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 6, 1994
  • Release Date: September 6, 1994
  • Label: Pimp On Records
  • Total Length: 1:11:24
  • Genres:
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B002YODAVQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227,827 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Dru Down has some of the best beats wit Ant Banks,and Jt tha bigga figga and others on the production.
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Aswel as this, it also has the luniz who were coming up in oakland at this time too which means that the whole CD is a straight classic really.
Kd
I've had this on tape for years and it's so good that I just bought the CD version to add to my collection.
C. Michetti

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kd on April 12, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Oakland had such a big scene and established its own sound in the 90's which was completely on top of things. You can tell when you hear tracks roughly where they came from. This place had tons and tons of heavy pumping bass with the funk tracks. In 94 this Dru down album was right in with the best of the others and held it's position without slipping one bit. The production and samples mixed and mastered were excellent and on point. The style of dru's vocals are cool too, he is one of the people you could point out on a track straight away. Aswel as this, it also has the luniz who were coming up in oakland at this time too which means that the whole CD is a straight classic really. This was around the time when their was beef starting between dru, the luniz and too $hort. It all brings back memories. If you don't have this, make sure you check it out, its heavy. And you might want ant banks, goldy in the land of funk(sounds like banks but has a better flow with same type beats),bad'n'fluenz(straight O classic, r.i.p rappin ron), too shorts 'get in where you fit in' album. fucc, theres too many more to mention. Later!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 25, 1999
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I used to own this cd but taped the good stuff and sold. On here, you will find perhaps one of the best beats in music on "pimp of the year" everyone loves this song. It's a classic. The other stuff varies but undoubtedly pulles it's weight. I'd reccommend it to anyone who likes real gangster/pimp style rap from Oakland.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D-locc$ta on September 9, 2004
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510 classic... dru introduces luni tunz now known as luniz...super clean dope beats & pimp a$$ flowz for tha nine tre-"ice cream man" iz 1 of the immortal clasiccs 4'sho-u know dru got heat... look for the og release "fools from the streets"
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Dru Down opens up his career with the release of "Explicit Game" back in 1994. The CD starts off with the bay area classic "Pimp of the Year" in Ant Banks put down some serious trunk rattling bass for Dru to lace the track. That track did not get any airplay here in St. Louis as well as a lot of non-mainstream acts from the west coast. Another track that is dope is "Rescue 911" in which my favorite producer on the planet Anthony "Tone Capone" Gilmour hooks up with Yukmouth of the Luniz starting off. This CD did introduce the Luniz on here. Also, the next track "Realer Than Real" was also produced by Tone Capone as well. "Talking S***" is one of my favorite tracks on here with Ant Banks hooking up a dope beat to it. My favorite track on here is "No One Loves You" with my favorite beat that was used from the S.O.S Band classic "No One Gonna Love You". Other tracks to note is "Ice Cream Man", "Hoo Ride", & Ain't No Stoppin'. Overall this CD is good but "Can You Feel Me" is better. Go pick this CD up for you Dru Down fans.
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The beats are hot from beginning to end, the lyrics are great (especially in the songs that the Luniz are featured on), and the overall feel of the album is perfectly described as "pimped-out". Anyone who likes hardcore or gangsta rap music will like this album from the second they put it in their player. I've had this on tape for years and it's so good that I just bought the CD version to add to my collection. It's good enough that if CDs ever go by the wayside, I'll pick this up on whatever new medium it comes out on too. Love this shiznit right here!
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By Graham Brown on May 9, 2004
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Nice, nice, nice. Some genuine funk on this album. 3 Ant Banks tracks makes for a nice start even before you put the disc in. Although Pimp of the Year seems to be everyones pick, call me dru down is definately a smoother track to ride to. Aint no stoppin is without doubt the second funkiest track on the album and then pimp of the year but what makes this a 5 star is the fact that at least 50% or more of the material is good enough to really get into. Not many ablums unless they are Too Short or Ant Banks come close to that
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