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Editorial Reviews


1. Intro Ta Oddness
2. Squad
3. H Wit Babies
4. Trip Tip
5. Here to Say a Lil' Somethin'
6. Rev. Puff
7. Smokin' Dat Weed
8. Putcha Lips
9. Jazz Rendition
10. Swisseredot
11. Coughee
12. Fa Sho'
13. I Can't See It
14. S Pit
15. Your P
16. Like Dope
17. Came Na Gedown

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 14, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Rap-a-Lot
  • ASIN: B000ROALI0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,303 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By G-BO tha hiphop junkie on July 24, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Devin(Yes Devin The Dude)and his coughee brothaz make they debut as the Odd Squad, One of Rap-A-Lot's Tightest,Smoothest,and Funniest Group ever to lace wax. If u can find this anywhere either brand new(old stock)or used I suggest u cop it along witta bagga coughee,..." and if u dont no by now coughee is killa". Get this, Devin's "The Dude", "Just Tryin Ta Live", Facemobs "Other Side Of The Law" and Scarfaces "My Homiez" and just chill and blaze a swisha fulla coughee.... Out
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By SmokaJ on July 24, 2006
Format: Audio CD
~~WARNING!!! All you Rap-A-Lot heads expecting this to be another release full of shoot-em-ups and gangster narratives over hard beats heed this warning! This is no typical Rap-A-Lot album, I mean, Scarface doesn't even make an appearance!~~

The Odd Squad is a truly unique (in these pathetic Hip-Hop days especially) trio of Houston MC's, and they focus mainly on chronic, pu55y, more chronic and chronic pu55y. Seriously, only about 1/4 of the cuts on the album are non-weed/pu55y related...and that's just fine by me! This album is pure fun and provides the perfect soundtrack to a lengthy bong cession.

The trio consists of the now world famous Devin the Dude (this was his first album, back then just known as Devin), Jugg Mugg and Hip-Hop's first (and only?) blind MC, Rob Quest. Each has a style to his own and a personality to match - no stale, lifeless MC's here folks!

As you can imagine, Devin is exactly as we know him now - stoned and horny, and dropping hilariously dope stories verse after verse. Jugg Mugg is alright, he's nothing special but tolerable and he can hold his own in-between Devin and Rob's verses. Rob is the real surprise here, the kid can ferociously rip a mic. To me he sounds kinda like A-Plus from Souls of Mischief in his ability to ride a rhythm and kick mad lyrics (a true compliment!) His two solo tracks "Jazz Rendition" and the incredible "I Can't See It" are stand-outs and are the only cuts where the MC tears apart the mic (check it!) without a mention of weed or a55. I guess what they say is true about the blind - their other senses are heightened...in Rob's case his vocal abilities have sky-rocketed. The best thing about the Odd Squad is their diversity, not on topic material, but within the MC's themselves.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ctrx VINE VOICE on October 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Rap-A-Lot Records has amassed a legendary catalog of classic albums from Houston, most released in the mid-90s and many of which have now gone out of print. The Odd Squad's 1994 LP "Fadanuf fa Erybody!!" is one that stands among the label's finest releases, but barely resembles the others at all. Rap-A-Lot made a name for themselves with dark, gloomy, slow, and funky hip hop from the likes of Geto Boys, 5th Ward Boyz, Menace Clan, Facemob, and Mad CJ Mac, among others. Odd Squad's product of lighthearted, friendly, and upbeat hip hop stands out among the rest.

The trio of Devin the Dude, who later would become an underground legend as a solo artist, Jugg Mugg, and Rob Quest, a hilarious blind rapper, could make a case for the funniest trio of MCs around. If you like the comedic stylings of the Pharcyde, this is the album for you. These guys sarcastically rap about the average life they live, and instead of rapping about guns and violence like many of their contemporaries, they rap about smoking weed or humorous tales of a day in the life. Rob Quest even pokes fun at his handicap, and Devin delivers a lot of the hooks in his sing-song flow like he is known for doing today. Their rhymes are conversational and often hysterical. They emit a truly laidback vibe that makes it perfect for just listening to while relaxing.

The music is similarly laidback, but it's often beautiful. A southern funky-fried guitar lick can be found as the backbone for most tracks musically, and the use of harmonicas, saxophones, horns, and bass is also prevalent. It's loose and sometimes even feels kind of live. The combination of the ripe jazzy and funky music with the upbeat, goofy rhymes makes a truly unique hip hop album.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By GibbonsGibbons on August 22, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is an all out classic album. Southern funk meets 94 era hip hop flavor. Its like if Tribe Called Quest were funny dudes from Texas that liked smoking weed and drinking. I can't recommend this album enough. If you like hip hop period, you need to own this.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mighty Whitey on September 15, 2003
Format: Audio CD
From the 5th ward slums of h-town Texas, Odd Squad delivers old school gangsta fun like no other. A must have for fans of great underground, this is the shizzle! From'93? '94? Something like that. Buy it already!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By silvasatin21 on May 19, 2003
Format: Audio CD
THIS CD IS A CLASSIC.A MUST HAVE, ALOT OF FOLKS SLEPT ON THIS ONE AND WILL PROBABLY NEVER GET TO HERE THIS DOWN SOUTH FUNK!! IT HAS BANGIN BEATS AND TIGHT LYRICS. THIS ALBUM IS FROM 1994 AND IS STILL TIGHT. IF YOU EVA HAPPEN TO COME ACROSS THIS ONE GRAB IT BECAUSE ITS NO LONGER IN PRINT. THE TIGHTEST SONGS ARE "LIKE DOPE", "COUGHEE", AND "PUTCHA LIPS".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ctrx VINE VOICE on October 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Rap-A-Lot Records has amassed a legendary catalog of classic albums from Houston, most released in the mid-90s and many of which have now gone out of print. The Odd Squad's 1994 LP "Fadanuf fa Erybody!!" is one that stands among the label's finest releases, but barely resembles the others at all. Rap-A-Lot made a name for themselves with dark, gloomy, slow, and funky hip hop from the likes of Geto Boys, 5th Ward Boyz, Menace Clan, Facemob, and Mad CJ Mac, among others. Odd Squad's product of lighthearted, friendly, and upbeat hip hop stands out among the rest.

The trio of Devin the Dude, who later would become an underground legend as a solo artist, Jugg Mugg, and Rob Quest, a hilarious blind rapper, could make a case for the funniest trio of MCs around. If you like the comedic stylings of the Pharcyde, this is the album for you. These guys sarcastically rap about the average life they live, and instead of rapping about guns and violence like many of their contemporaries, they rap about smoking weed or humorous tales of a day in the life. Rob Quest even pokes fun at his handicap, and Devin delivers a lot of the hooks in his sing-song flow like he is known for doing today. Their rhymes are conversational and often hysterical. They emit a truly laidback vibe that makes it perfect for just listening to while relaxing.

The music is similarly laidback, but it's often beautiful. A southern funky-fried guitar lick can be found as the backbone for most tracks musically, and the use of harmonicas, saxophones, horns, and bass is also prevalent. It's loose and sometimes even feels kind of live. The combination of the ripe jazzy and funky music with the upbeat, goofy rhymes makes a truly unique hip hop album.
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