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listen  1. I Know (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence 3:53$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen  6. A Moment In Time (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence Feat. Planet Asia 4:48$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  7. Look For The Evidence (interlude) (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence0:26$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen  9. Weather Report 2 (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence0:31$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen10. Perfect Storm (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence Feat. Rakaa Iriscience & Madchild 4:50$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen11. Chase The Clouds Away (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence 3:58$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen15. Biggest Belgium Fan (interlude) (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence0:43$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen16. Hot & Cold (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence Feat. The Alchemist 4:25$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen17. Line Of Scrimmage (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence Feat. Slug 4:32$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen18. Believe In Me (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence Feat. Res 4:38$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen19. Born In LA (LP Version) [Explicit]Evidence Feat. Chace Infinite & Sick Jacken 4:35$0.99  Buy MP3 
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It doesn't take much to be a meteorologist in Los Angeles (usually just a short skirt and the ability to say "77 degrees and sunny"), so maybe that's why the city's most famous weatherman is a rapper. Evidence is that rapper...and producer, as well as the newest signee to Rhymesayers Entertainment. But for many, the Venice-native will always be known by the title of his ... Read more in Amazon's Evidence Store

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  • Audio CD (March 20, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Abb Records
  • ASIN: B000MGBR7C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,942 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Sid Roams layed down a few monster beats as well, with DJ Babu and Jake One each doing one track.
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The monotone flow can work on a few songs, but it gets very tedious over the course of an entire album.
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I think this album is worth the money you will spend, but you must listen to this with an open mind!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By _ on February 24, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Along with many other people I know that are into hip-hop, I liked this album a lot. I was impressed by the fact that Evidence came with a solo that had so many solid tracks. I've always been a fan of Dilated Peoples and especially Evidence, he always delivers with clever rhymes that keep coming, bar after bar shows effort. I read the previous comments about his flow being boring and putting you to sleep but I couldn't disagree more. Unless you can't expand your listening or don't understand what he's saying or have a limited library of music or you simply take these things too seriously, I'd imagine he's not the rapper for you. One thing I like a lot is the production. Good to see Alchemist with quite a few and a great beat by DJ Khalil. Evidence also had a few productions, "I Know" and "NC to CA" stood out the most to me and were my favorites from him. Sid Roams layed down a few monster beats as well, with DJ Babu and Jake One each doing one track. Some of the guest appearances were okay, I would have prefered less actually. Two spots I really liked were from the rappers you always get nice verses from, Planet Asia and Defari. Overall this is a very solid album, I know it was received quite well by the public and it gives Evidence more credibility as an artist. The only songs I would say I wasn't feeling along with the rest were "Things You Do" and "Down In New York City". They're not bad by any means, just seemed a little out of place. My favorites were "I Know", "All Said & Done", "Mr. Slow Flow", "Believe In Me", and "Let Yourself Go" just to name a few. Evidence stayed on his game, it's good to support him and people should buy this, you won't be disappointed especially if you're a fan of Dilated Peoples.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sim212 on October 28, 2008
Format: Audio CD
First off, I love Dilated Peoples. I own all the albums, singles, and samplers (or so I think). I'm not a big hip hop fan but I love Rakka and Evidence. This album is amazing from start to finish, If you love Dilated then buy this right now, I wasn't disappointed, It's one of those albums I could listen to over and over. Be sure to also get The Layover EP and Cats and Dogs when it comes out.(also get the Duck Seasons and Rakka's solo album Crown Of Thorns. Keep putting out albums Evidence!
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I'm going to keep it short and simple. First, I'm a true hip hop head. There's only been a couple of albums in the past few years that have blazing from start to finish (like Below the Heavens and Madvilliany). The Weatherman can be added to that list. I mean, there's like 3 tracks that could've been let off the album but that doesn't take away from the dopeness of this LP. I feel bad because I didn't think Evidence could make such a amazing album. Don't get me wrong, he's dope, I just thought he'd be alright on the solo tip. Boy was I wrong. Cop this album, fellow hip hop head, you will not be disappointed.
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By Jonathan on August 10, 2011
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I bought this CD and Evodence's LP (The Layover). They both arrived in excellent condition. I paid half their worth. Which honestly makes me feel a little bad since I like this guy's music and I support what he does. I still recommend buying this item.
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6 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Pablo on March 23, 2007
Format: Audio CD
After multiple listens, I've finally gotten down to writing a review for Evidence's album. I'm not going to front, and say I'm a huge Dilated Peoples fan; their lone album in my collection is Neighborhood Watch, and that's because of "Walk This Way" with Kanye. I respect them as a group, but from what I've heard from the group, their work simply lacks that "IT" factor. They're great lyricists, and their production can be dope from time to time, but as rappers, the group doesn't really possess anything more than your local freestylers do.

In my opinion, Evidence fairs better on his own than he does in a group. He is allowed to get much more personal, reflecting on events that happened in his life with no restrictions. His smooth voice is appealing, and his lyrics are certainly above average. However, there's just so many missing factors to Evidence. The charisma isn't there; he can't draw you into a song with his mic presence alone. The monotone flow can work on a few songs, but it gets very tedious over the course of an entire album. I realize he's got a song on here called Mr. Slowflows, and at times on this album, he almost does 'slowflows us to death'; however, it's death from boredom.

Behind the boards, Evidence is gifted; on the writing aspect of his profession, he's equally talented. In this review, I'm not denying that Evidence isn't a talented artist, but there are just times on this album where you wish someone else was in his place; someone who can inject more emotion into their flow, and switch it up when things start to wear on you, and become too monotonous. Taken in smaller doses, this album is easier to appreciate; listening from beginning to end though, as the original reviewer said, it's hard to even stay awake.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By gavin redmond on April 12, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I really wanted to listen to this several times before I commented on it with a fair opinion. I wanted to love this album and dismiss the negative reviews that I'd read in magazines+on Amazon. The horrible truth is that there is alot of elements that are accurate in these reports. (1)Ev's flow has fallen off, no other way of saying it (any doubters listen to the 1st 2 Dilated albums then peep this right after them, hey presto), (2)Production is so similar it makes the album sound so bland. One very valid point that most of the reviews state is that Ev slowflows the album to death and thats so true. He just doesnt mix it up enough to engage the listener enough. God knows, as he states himself alot on the album, we waited long enough for the solo album so he really should've brought nothing but his "A" game to the table. With all that being said, there is simply no denying that Evidence is a ridiculously gifted lyricist+producer so when he gets it right on the album its brilliant. There are a fair amount of tracks where this happens such as "I Know", "Down in New York City", "Moment in Time" feat.Planet Asia, "All Said & Done", "Perfect Storm" feat.Rakaa, "Chase the Clouds Away", "Evidence Is Everywhere", "Line of Scrimmage" feat.Slug and "Born in LA" feat.Chace Infinite+Sick Jacken. The rest are either weak efforts from Ev or just straight boring, apart from the finale "I Still Love You" where you can feel the pain in Ev's voice when he's rapping about his mom's passing. An unusual ending for an album but a nice side of an mc that you dont really get to hear within his normal dilated restraints. Its honestly not as bad as some have said but its also nowhere as good as it shouldve been. Probably wont be put in heavy rotation, no matter how much of a Dilated fan.
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