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Mind Blowin Original recording reissued

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1. Live Intro
2. Fame
3. Get 'Em Now
4. The Wrath
5. Roll 'Em Up
6. Hit 'Em Hard
7. Smooth Interlude
8. Now & Forever
9. Iceman Party
10. Oh My Gosh
11. Minutes Of Power
12. I Go Down
13. Bullet On The Chart
14. Phunky Rhymes
15. Blowin My Mind
16. Son Of A Gym
17. Get Loose

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 28, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: 1994
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued
  • Label: K-Tel Ent.
  • ASIN: B000055ZEA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,413 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A1C Mark Schmitt on October 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
i just recently saw Vanilla Ice in concert here in Raliegh, NC and i must say, it was an excellent show. The Iceman is all about his fans!!!! This cd is my personal favorite. Everyone and their mother has heard his original "to the extreme" cd and nobody i know can actually give me a legit reason as to why they don't like his music, they just jumped on the hater bandwagon. well, they don't know what they are missing, cause this cd is far superior. it's one of the cds that i listen to all the time, it's just that good. Ice just keeps putting out good music consistantly so he's got a lifetime fan in me. His lyrics are so dope!!! I love it!!! Do yourself a favor and get off the "I hate Vanilla" bandwagon, cause i can't think of one reason to hate a man that is so appreciative of his fans. He took the time to autograph my Mind Blowin' cd and even take a picture with me. If you haven't heard this cd yet, you got to, it's a win-win situation. 'Nuff Said
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Doc Savage on September 13, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Wow, when I saw that the great rapper Vanilla Ice had recorded a new album and had the audacity to call it "Mind Blowin'" the only thing I could think was: does he really think he can top the masterpiece "To the Extreme"? What kind of hubris can this man have to think he has gone BEYOND the extreme and into the realm of mind-blowin'? But then I heard the music and realized that, if anything, Vanilla Ice was being profoundly modest. What a humble man. This album is far more than merely mind-blowin'! This album is downright bewildering! Amazing! And they said he was past his prime!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tyler on December 8, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I was a Ice fan back in the early ninties when he was super mainstream, but i was very young just getting into music, and then I remember people hating on him and he became a joke for most. Alot of artist were trying to ditch their teen booper image and trading it for the harder sound that was becoming popular in 1994 (think wu-tang clan 36 chambers)i believe Mc Hammer tried doing it too, and it just looked like they were trying to hard. Now flash forward 10 years and i find myself in a outlet store where everything is cheaper and they had a little cd section and their it was Mind Blowin, i'm actually a very open minded person when it comes to music, i never discriminate. So I said what the heck for $1.88 I can't go wrong! The best $1.88 i ever spent let me tell you and just recently i had installed a subwoofer and amp in my car so it was time to blow my mind, and boy did it. I'm telling you this album bumps, very nice production by DJ Zero ("who wears a chronic hat but always says no") seriously the beats are amazing, almost like ahead of its time, most songs still sound great and not dated at all. What I really like about this album is that pretty much every song kicks, you can hear the whole cd without even thinking of skipping a song, which ya gotta agree can't be said about much music, especially these days in which i think hip hop is dead. What kind of sadens me is that if you tell your friends that you like this album people automatically hate, they don't even give a chance. Pretty pathetic if you ask me. "But I say yes and get it off my chest" Roll em up! is the best track
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 11, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Mind Blowin' is a triumph. In the funky "Roll 'em Up", which does not endorse marijuana use, Vanilla sheds light on the inbred, backwards nature of Palm Bay, Florida. From the opening riff of "Fame", Vanilla Ice exposes Dun O'Connell as a homophobic cross-dresser who can not comprehend sarcasm. Indeed, such a politically-charged stance is new territory for Vanilla, but one that he has found to be quite comfortable. Indeed, Vanilla stands up for the predominately Jewish people of Brandon, Florida.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By big gorgeous on June 22, 2014
Format: Audio CD
I need some herbs and spices
So I can feel nice as
The breeze.

Obviously best lyrics ever!

So bad it's good, so good it's bad. Here VI talk s*** to Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch and a few other rap groups from the early 90's

You'll never hear anything as good as this
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Da Jam Man on October 9, 2003
Format: Audio CD
One of my fav albums with dope hits like 'The Wrath' and 'Roll em up' (da best)how people could dis this guy so much is beyond me just learn to tolerate him and ROLL EM UP ROLL EM UP ROLL UP DA HOOTIE MAC, WORD LIFE, YUP YUP, DROP IT!
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Format: Audio CD
I bought Mind Blowin' within a week of its release in March 1994, and even 17 years later probably 3-4 months don't go by when it play it. It has really stood the test of time with me.

Let's face it: In 1994, with the grunge rock and 'hard core gangsta' rap scenes, both of which emphasized "street cred", in full-swing, Vanilla Ice's name was worse than mud, so this record had no chance at commercial success. Which is too bad, because there are at least 4 should-have-been hit singles on this disc:

1) The only single released, "roll 'em up", is an excellent g-funk ganja rap, catchy as hell.

2) "The wrath" anticipates Biggie Smalls' "hypnotize" by three years, with the Ice Man bragging about sex and swag over the fattest, illest bass-beat.

3) "Now and forever" features a punishing Ice rap about how he's gonna sex-up his lover, over a fantastic sample of Parliament's awesome "motor booty affair" track.\

4) "get loose" is a throwback to Ice's party anthems of 1990, a crispy get-down rap over an excellent original disco-guitar beat.

The album is worth buying for these 4 "hits" alone, but there really is no filler, it's a very good record top to bottom.
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