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One Monkey Don't Stop No Show

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 29, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Koch Records
  • Run Time: 71 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000CDL6A
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #367,798 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Saddly Goodie Mob's sound has been reduced to just 'another' South-side Group on a lot of their trax. Cee-Lo is definately missed on this project. His art and soulful prescence could have churned out a lot of Hits on this Cd. Minus Cee-Lo, there seems to be a lack of Direction in the group. As far as I'm concerned, there is no bright future for Goodie Mob without Cee-Lo. They have however, managed to somewhat substitute the soul brother's talent by featuring one or two other people which resulted in the outcome of a couple of decent songs but still did not come near to what a classic Goodie song would be because of the abscence of Mr. Green.
God I Wanna Live ,Goodiadvice,Ain't Nothing for Us and Play Your Flutes def stand out and are worth listenning to.
This album is nice but could have been a Classic.
As a Goodie Mob Fan, I hope they squash all their beef and come back together to produce thought-provoking positive raps with neck breaking tendencies.. Go out and Cop this Cd
Peace...
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After Cee-Lo left the infamous Goodie MoB following the extremely too mainstream album World Party and issued a couple of decent solo joints of his own, people thought it was the end of the crew. But still came their latest album, One Monkey Don't Stop No Show. The title alone got people talking, and I think my favorite website said it best: "while the group is rumored to still be on good terms with Cee-Lo, it's pretty hard not to read something into the title of the LP."

But after hearing "Play Your Flutes", a lot of fans decided that T-Mo, Big Gipp and Khujo could do fine on their own (even though that song has helping hands from Kurupt and Sleepy Brown). The thing is, though, that's the last song on the album, and it's not exactly easy to get to that point. A lot of these songs really aren't that great. There are a lot of been-there-done-that songs like "God I Wanna Live", "Shawty Wanna Be a Gangsta" and "Dead Homies" (and why is that song so peppy-sounding?). And "High & Low" is sort of risqué.

There are also some weird songs, including the crazy "Big City" and the generic "Goodiadvice". If you think the latter has an unimaginative title, you're right, but there's more. "One Monkey" doesn't really go anywhere, yet it still manages to contain some of the wackest lyrics I've heard all year. On second thought, maybe I should say that about "123 Goodie". Check the chorus: "One Goodie, two Goodie, three Goodie, four/Five Goodie, six Goodie, seven Goodie, more." And for some reason, in the MIDDLE of the album you'll find a track called "We Back", but the song is so dull that it'll make you say, "So?"

Everything else is tolerable, except for the fact that in a few songs the guys actually let themselves get outshined by Witchdoctor.
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Goodie Mob was the best thing to come out of Atlanta and the best group to come out of the south period. Soul Food is a classic album that gave me genuine respect for a group that refused to go out like the rest of these other groups. Still Standing was not only a classic but it topped Soul Food and showed you they were here to stay. World Party was straight up garbage but I dont blame them for that mainstream monstrosity, I blame their record label and L.A. Greed. This album is better than World Party but in comparison to Soul Food and Still Standing it cant stand up. There are highlight of this album: Synopsis with Big Rube is great. God I Wanna Live,the cheery sounding Dead Homies, High And Low, What You See and Play Your Flutes feat Kurupt and Sleepy Brown are vintage Goodie Mob tracks. Goodieadvice and Shawty Wanna Be A Gangsta are honorable mentions. There are songs that kill this album's potential to be great. Grindin feat Bone Crusher, In Da Streets, Big City and We Back are straight garbage. One Monkey has a dope beat to it but Goodie Mob's rhymes bordered on embarassing. I never liked 1,2,3 Goodie and Aint Nothing For Us is just pathetic and the sad thing about is that song has a dope beat to it. Plus there is the factor that Cee-Lo might have made the already good Dead Homies and God I Wanna Live a little better. In short this album is better than their last commercial fiasco but is pail in comparison to Hip Hop masterpieces like Soul Food and Still Standing. One monkey might have not stopped this show but that one monkey might have made this show a lot better. Standouts: SYNOPSIS, GOD I WANNA LIVE, DEAD HOMIES, HIGH AND LOW, WHAT YOU SEE and PLAY YOUR FLUTES.
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After the backlash the group received from "World Party", Goodie Mob returns closer to form with this release. The powerful "God I Wanna Live" has Soul Food written all over it. The two thing that brought this album down was when the group ventures outside of their comfort zone (namely "In da Streets", "Grindin", & about 2 or 3 others) and the obvious void left by Mr. Ceelo Green. But if you compare this album to a lot of garbage that's out now, you can see the goodness (no pun intended) of the album. Nowadays, any album with more than 5 tolerable songs is considered a good album. Anyway, this is a pretty good album by my standards. Even without Ceelo, it could have been 4.5 stars by excluded the forementioned tracks and adding 4 Organized Noize tracks to replace them. Still worth listening to though.
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