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Erik “Everlast” Schrody didn’t particularly want to be a rapper. As a teenage graffiti writer in LA in the late ‘80s, Everlast started rapping to entertain his homeboys. It didn’t take too long for them to see he was talented.
“I was just rapping for fun, just to tell jokes,” he says. “And then they just encouraged me to do it. Some of them ... Read more in Amazon's Everlast Store

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  • Audio CD (April 20, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Rhino Records
  • ASIN: B00000IMSE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #225,127 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Syndicate Soldier
2. Speak No Evil
3. Syndication (Remix)
4. What Is This?
5. The Rhythm
6. I Got The Knack
7. On The Edge
8. @?*! Everyone
9. Goodbye
10. Pass It On
11. Never Missin' A Beat

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 15, 1999
Format: Audio CD
And this is that one step. The lyrics on this album make it evident that Erik Schrody was not yet blinded by women, alcohol, and fame. The lyrics to this album focus on God and the typical teenage relationships, save the adrenaline pumping "@?!# Everyone". This album is different from any other hip hop album you'll find out there. If you only like Everlast songs such as "What It's Like" this is not for you. This is strictly good old school hip hop.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By TW on August 2, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Unlike most of the reviewers, I had this on cassette back when it came out. The only reason I can remember for buying it was because Everlast was a listed member of Rhyme Syndicate, which was Ice-T's "posse".

What is missed in most reviews and comments on this cd is that as of right now it is 17 years old. Most of the kids buying this aren't even 17! Everlast was really no different than 90% of rap that came out in the late 80s/early 90s. He has the love song on here just like 90% of rappers had back then, anyone remember LL Cool J's "I Need Love"? He has the fast, near techno beats on here much like Kid N' Play had. His voice sounds something like Fresh Prince did back then.

They were all young kids that could rhyme and most could dance to it, before criticizing, if not for these "weak" rap cds from that time period, there would be less coverage of rap today. Very few young rappers could have dreamed of having Ice-T on their cd like Everlast has on this cd. Donald D was totally different in his solo career than he sounds on "The Rhythm" which if you can find the video for was about racial unity. It may sound silly and corny, but most music from 17 years ago does sound corny these days.

Don't buy this expecting anything like the Whitey Ford era cds, buy it for a little history into one of rap's most underrated rappers. The part about him being white has little to do with any of this. I heard he joked that he was happy this album didn't do well or he would have been Vanilla Ice. If you are interested in another long-forgotten classic that actually still sounds pretty good today by a white rap or group, check out 3rd Bass "Cactus Album".
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 6, 1999
Format: Audio CD
is this really Eric Schrody, Whitey Ford? when i got this CD, i was expecting something like House of Pain or something. it's totally different. not really bad, but not totally great. i think the rapping is too fast, but the lyrics are entertaining, but i like his gravity in Whitey Ford a little more. you know, after the heart surgery and breaking up from House Of Pain, he now knows what it's like, and released Whitey Ford Sings the Blues, which is a little better in my taste. but this CD started his great career, and i respect it, and him.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Whitey Ford on July 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
1. Syndicate Soldier - Not my favorite song, but I do like the beat. (4/5)
2. Speak No Evil - I like this song alot, but there is many better songs on the album. (4.5/5)
3. Syndication (Remix) - Good, but my least favorite song on the album. (3.5/5)
4. What Is This? - My second least favorite song on the album. (3/5)
5. The Rhythm - One of this album's hits, Great Song! (5/5)
6. I Got The Knack - Another hit from this album, but I don't seem to like it too much. (3.5/5)
7. On The Edge - Awesome song! I love the beats & the lyrics, one of my favorite songs from the album. (5/5)
8. @?*! Everyone - My favorite song on this album! Everlast speaks his mind in this one. (5/5)
9. Goodbye - My second favorite song on the album. I love the beats, the lyrics, and what he's rapping about. (5/5)
10. Pass It On - Another one of my favorite songs on the album, because it has great beats. It's sounds a little bit like the song Pass It On. (5/5)
11. Never Missin' A Beat - Another hit from this album. Beats are good, but the lyrics could be better, so that makes this song O.K. (4/5)
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mike on July 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Erik "everlast" Schrody came out with a debut album in aapril 20 1990.He didn't get much luck from it though,but the album did have some good songs for a first Cd such as "I got the knack" and the angry rhym "F--k every one." Nearly 9 years later,in late 1998 he came out with the grammy award winning album titled "Whitey Ford Sings The Blues" with soft blues-rock songs on it such as "what it's like" and "ends" also he had hard-core rap songs such as "tired" and "money (dolla bill w/ sadat-x)"and also his blues rap songs like "death comes callin." two years later in 2000 he came out with another CD intitled "eat at whiteys." With a remake of "childrens Story" and the hit spng "black jesus." He is now working on yet another album
Mike Bennett
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 5, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is the unoticed first Everlast Album. It has a difinative vision of the forthcoming years ( From a original release). Also a Cool cover revealing a Boxer ( Possibly the real life artist)
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 11, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I became an Everlast fan with the release of "Whitey Ford". So last weekend I was in Wherehouse records and spotted "Everlasting" and decided to pick it up. It is ALL I have listened to for 5 days! My fiancee and I fight every day over which one of us gets to take it in the car to work that day. It's AWESOME.....you just can't get enough of listening to the music and his voice. POWERFUL is the word I'd use to describe this CD.....it has rap, funk, dance all rolled into one...with his sledgehammer voice and incredible lyrics....the man is definately talented! Buy it, you won't regret it.
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