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Prepare for Impact Import

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CD+DVD. Written and produced with DJ EZ-Mike (a.k.a. Mike Simpson - one half of The Dust Brothers), the 34-year-old former star of MTV's The Tom Green Show aims to resurrect the slow-driving beats of rappers who were dropping rhymes in the early '90s. He mimics the slow-stroll swagger of Cypress Hill's 'I Ain't Goin' Out Like That' (from 1993's Black Sunday) on 'Write Rhymes And Act Like an Asshole', and nods his b-boy cap to the Beastie Boys' 'So What'cha Want' on the old-school flavored 'Mike Check' to name a few. Also includes a DVD (NTSC/Region 1) that is 60 minutes of backstage and tour footage plus various live performances. Vik Records. 2005.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Write Rhymes & Act Like An Asshole
  2. My Bum Is On Ya Lips
  3. Mike Check
  4. I'm An Idiot
  5. Teachers Suck
  6. Science Is Everywhere
  7. People In My Neighborhood
  8. Goofy Rocking Chair
  9. My Name Is Hammy
  10. I Like Hooters
  11. I'm No Comedian
  12. Don't Mess With A Man (After He Takes A Big Poo Poo)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 29, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Vik Recordings
  • ASIN: B000AO4NK4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #268,692 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Eric J. Reiter on December 12, 2005
Tom Green: Prepare for Impact is one of the best rap records I've ever heard. I really dig the Soul Assassins and Cypress Hill sound, and EZ Mike (a.k.a. Mike Simpson, of Dust Brothers fame) does that sound in his own manner on some of the tracks. Dark, dusty beats with odd bursts of strings and trumpet melodies accent each line of Green's fierce wordage.

Tom comes through with some pretty dope rhymes, too. He's no comedian, as he states on one track. A virtual book of celebrities he's met or been snubbed by (or looking to start some beef with - except Paris Hilton...) can be heard on "People In My Neighborhood." "My Bum Is On Ya Lips" is so catchy, you may just find yourself wanting to do that for some odd reason, if only because of some of the rhymes he throws down! "Teachers Suck," the 'lead-off single' keeps your head bobbin', trying to grab on to some of the lyrics to rap along with Tom the next time you spin it. There is some sort of sub-sonic hypnotic property about most of the album, which I am attributing to the combination of EZ Mike's beats and Tom's word-wizardry.

The Canadian import includes a DVD which sports as much entertainment as the CD itself. 45 minutes of Canadian tour footage (across the province of Ontario) details just how much Jagermeister the Keepin' It Real Crew can drink, and the bonus features take you back to '92 with Tom's first posse, Organized Rhyme, in the 'classic Juno nominated' clip "Check The O.R." The video for "Teachers Suck" is also included in its entirety, and is something not to be missed. I'll leave it up to you all to figure out what the option "Whale Noises" does. It is truly sad one will likely not see this on MTV in the USA just yet.

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Needless to say, Tom Green doesn't disapoint. I was unsure the first time I listened,...then realizing this was all a joke, it has become one of my most played albums on the ipod. Keep it up Tom, you've still got loyal fans...

Brett-Kansas
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It's is a decent album, some fun raps here! I grabbed it mostly for nostalgia reasons! But then I got to meet him and had something to get signed. so it worked out!!
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