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  • Audio CD (April 26, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Import
  • Label: La Face
  • ASIN: B0000013GB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,498 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Great blend of beats, rhythms, and lyrics.
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The song was very catchy and it was definitely something that you could play in your car, if you had one at the time.
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If you consider yourself a fan of hip hop and rap music, it is imperative that you memorize this album.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By J. Highsmith on June 12, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I remember when I first heard "Player's Ball" on the radio. The song was very catchy and it was definitely something that you could play in your car, if you had one at the time. When I heard the title track, the second single on the CD, I knew that this CD by Outkast was a must buy. This CD, in itself, changed hip hop in the south for years to come and it is still setting a trend for up and coming rap acts from the Dirty South. This CD by itself, in my opinion, but ATL on the map as far as rap is concerned. When you listen to Outkast affiliated artists like Goodie Mob, Cool Breeze, Youngbloodz, Backbone, Slimm Calhoun, and Dirty, you hear "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik" somewhere in their sound. From the "Peaches (Intro)" to the "Player's Ball (Reprise)" the listener is left satisfied with the whole CD. This CD also helped a group of unknown producers, Organized Noise Productions, get their foot in the door as well. Memorable jams such as "Crumblin' Erb", "Git Up, Git Out" w/Goodie Mob, "Ain't No Thing", "Claimin' True", "Hootie Hoo" and the player's national anthem of the south, "Funky Ride", are all on this CD. Outkast has dropped 3 CDs since their debut: "ATLiens", "Aquemini", and their current smash, "Stankonia". Outkast can release 4 more CDs after their previous ones but nothing will ever get as good as their debut. If this isn't a 5 mic album the Source Rating System shouldn't even exist.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Probably like most people reading these reviews, I've been known Outkast for a number of years and don't fall into the category of people who think Stankonia or Aquemini was their first album. In fact, it kind of bothers me that this happened. I've been to 2 Outkast concerts (damn, I'm a lucky punk, no!) and nothing makes me angrier than seeing them come and bust out Hootie Hoo or Southernplayalistic or some absolute classic and realizing that most people in the crowd have no idea what they're talking about. Everyone who claims to like and know Outkast needs an education, starting with this album.
This album absolutely rules. It's straight, raw hip-hop. The beats are dirty and simple, no tricks, nothing. Just awesome flow and tight lyrics. Some of the words aren't as significant as some of the later things (such as Aquemini or Da' Art of Storytelling Part I), but Git up, Git Out or Myintrotoletuknow are definitely solid. Someone said a 5 star album can only be one in which the FF button is not required. Well, then, this certainly meets that definition. Claimin' True, Southernplayalistic, Hootie Hoo, DEEP, Player's Ball are all songs that can be listened to for hours, over and over again. No gimmicks here; this is just good music.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on June 26, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I often find myself debating with friends on which Outkast album is the best one. But the truth is my mind can switch from one to the other on any day. One day itll be SPCM, the next itl be Aquemini and so on. But i must say this is my favorite Outkast cd. Playalistic sounds to bump in yo jeep. The Organized Noize sound is so tight on this lp. You can put this on repeat for a whole day and not get tired of it. 24 hours straight 23 times inone day. Their flow is mostly untouchableon songs like Aint No Thang, Southernplayalisticadilacmusic, crumblin erb, and claimin true. While they drop knowledge with goodie mob on Git up Git Out, or just chillin with Funky Ride, and Playaz Ball. THis album alone makes them a legendary group but if you compound all four of their albums youve got the greatest duo ever and one of the greatest groups ever. If you have never heard early oukast cds then pick it up immediately listen to it once and you will be hooked and beggin for more. no doubt.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 10, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Before Andre 3000 and Big Boi were world-famous multi-platinum recording artists, they were a couple of teenagers making Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. This was before they were taking listeners on journeys of the mind with "Aquemini" and even before their UFO sounds of "ATLiens". No, they were just another couple of rappers, rhymin' about smokin' weed, ridin' in Cadillacs, pimpin', and not much else. And did they ever do it well!
"Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik" is for the hip-hop fans who love beats. That's what this album is all about. Beats, beats, and more beats. Lil' Jon should be taking lessons from Organized Noize, the production team in charge of the beats on this album. Go to any track (except for a skit), and you'll notice how ill the beat is. The only thing that makes those beats better are the two dope MC's riding that beat. You know who I mean. Dre and Big Boi, right out of high school on this album, drop down-south classics like the pimped-out "Player's Ball", the title track, "Ain't No Thang", and "Crumblin' Erb".
While all the songs are more than solid, there's one song on this album that stands out above the rest. "Git Up, Git Out" featuring Cee-Lo and Big Gipp of Goodie Mob rip it up with Outkast on this mid-tempo classic about doin' something with your life. The lyrics on that joint couldn't get better, and Cee-Lo's verse is one of the best hip-hop verses I have ever heard.
The only complaints I have with this album is the overall raw-ness Outkast displays. Some of the songs sound alike, which isn't a bad thing most of the time, but it would be nice to see a little more variety on this album. Although they sound almost the same, "Hootie Hoo" and "D.E.E.P." are both excellent songs with bangin' beats.
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