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  • Audio Cassette (June 25, 1991)
  • Label: Wea Corp
  • ASIN: B000002H9P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #908,714 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Good Life
2. Mecca and the Soul Brother
3. Go with the Flow
4. The Creator
5. All Souled Out
6. Good Life [Group Home Mix]

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Needed more tracks, there's so good!
clsmooth
The quick bass and horns are a perfect complement to his baritone, laid back voice, and he does a great job on the mic.
ctrx
This EP is a classic primer for the 1992 full length banger Mecca And The Soul Brother.
Soul Groove

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Gifted One on September 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This EP came out in 1991 before Pete Rock & CL Smooth's critically acclaimed album Mecca & the Soul Brother. What can I say about this disc? Every track on here is a banger. My favorite being relaxed "Mecca & the Soul Brother". On this EP Pete Rock introduced the world to his soulful and jazzy style of production. The way this man flipped samples was amazing. Fans also got their first taste of the mellow flows of Pete's partner CL Smooth on this EP. They make the perfect duo. No one can rhyme over a Pete Rock beat like CL Smooth. If you're a fan of Pete & CL or generally a fan of true hip-hop then I recommend you buy this if you don't already have it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "sntcbk09" on June 12, 2001
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I feel that Pete Rock and CL smooth are the most underrated rap artists in the history of rap. Pete's style of using jazz and funk has been copied many times over. There is a difference between somone who has a record deal and someone who is a true artist. These brothers definetely represent the underappreciated element that is missing in most rap...the TRUE artist. Their style is legendary. If you see them available on amazon I strongly suggest you buy these three albums. MAGNIFICENT!!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ctrx VINE VOICE on March 26, 2006
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Plainly stated, "All Souled Out" is one of the more important EPs of early nineties hip hop. This was Pete and CL's coming out party, and although it is more obscure than their classic albums, "Mecca and the Soul Brother" and "The Main Ingredient", it contains music easily on par to those two albums. All six tracks contain the immortal production and slick lyricism that made them the best team in hip hop. Pete's talents are evident even on this early recording, with his signature horn loops, hollow drums, and intros and outros set. CL floats over the beats, always making it sound easier than it is, with his conscious yet laid back sound. Fans of old school and jazz rap should know that "All Souled Out" is a must to their collection.

"The Good Life" opens the EP, and it might be the best track of the bunch. CL's slick abilities are at their best here, speaking of the pros and cons of wealthiness over Pete's horn and bass laden track. On "Mecca and the Soul Brother", CL takes the time to introduce the duo and rap about pretty much whatever else he wants to, over a spinning and beautiful horn line. "Go With the Flow" is another favorite of mine. The beat is very unique, Pete abandons his beloved horns for a toned down flute and bass line. "The Creator" is Pete Rock's solo track, and he shines. The quick bass and horns are a perfect complement to his baritone, laid back voice, and he does a great job on the mic. "All Souled Out" is a great lyrical and musical track, and Group Home's remix to the opening track is another cool take on it, I like it almost as much as the first.

This album is a must have for anyone who enjoyed their other two. Pete and CL were arguably the best team in hip hop, and their short time together produced only limited recordings. This EP will not disappoint anyone.
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By Soul Groove on February 26, 2008
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I may be mainly a West Coast and Southern Rap fan, but I definitely dig the East Coast sound too. Pete Rock is easily one of my favorite producers with his boombastic, bass heavy beats and perfectly tailored scratches, and CL Smooth's butta flow fits the beats sweetly; this EP from 1991 is no exception. "Good Life" is a cool jazz-horn laden banger with CL droppin knowledge of heads trying to up their stations in life. The Group Home mix has a cool drum-laden boom bap beat. "Mecca And The Soul Brother" is a sweet melody driven classic that clearly displays the chemistry between MC and producer. CL flexes his skills hard here. I love the adrenaline paced Pete Rock solo, "The Creator" with a cool, fast paced drum laden boom bap beat with jazz horns in the hook, and Pete Rock really flows here. The joint is upbeat and has a cool swagger to it. He shows that he leads, not follows. CL lets sucker MC's know they can't fade his flow on what else, the funky "Go With The Flow." The title track has another fast paced vibe. When CL can talk about watermelon seeds and felons in the same sentence and make them relevant, you know he got skills. This EP is a classic primer for the 1992 full length banger Mecca And The Soul Brother. After 1994's classic The Main Ingredient (yes, 3 straight classics), there would be no more Pete Rock and CL Smooth duo albums, just a few songs here and there together; what a shame because the rap game could use them united as a duo right now.
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