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Goodie Mob is a Hip Hop act based in Atlanta, Georgia that formed in 1991 and currently consists of members CeeLo Green, Khujo, T-Mo and Big Gipp. As explained on their track “Fighting,” Goodie Mob means “the GOOD DIE Mostly Over Bullshit.”

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  • Audio CD (June 8, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arista/LaFace Records
  • ASIN: B000020604
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,675 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Atlanta's Goodie M.O.B. seemingly take inspiration from Southern brethren the Hot Boys on the maniacally paced World Party. Where the M.O.B. were once meditative with a country, collard-greens appeal, they've up-jumped the boogie with some tempestuous drum programming and feel-good club verses. The shift may not sit well with some; compared with their peers and label mates Outkast, the Goodie M.O.B.'s new album is a lurching shift from their previous works. Still, if the M.O.B. get crunked-out Hotlanta style, they do it with aplomb, bombing the bass on wild tracks like "Get Rich to This," "I.C.U.," and the TLC vs. M.O.B. battle "What It Ain't." The worst thing about the CD is the hokey "world culture" caricatures of its artwork--luckily, such insipidness is absent from the album's soundscape. --Oliver Wang

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If you are a true Goodie Mob fan, this album is a must-have!
Skeet
Its never a good look to hear rappers whose songs had social and political commentary on them make an album like this but I dont blame them.
Nuisance
The flow is, as always, greasy-grimey good (especially Cujo's).
"melodic"

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jess Kroll on March 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I found a curious trend among the reviews of this album on this site. Those who review it badly say that Goodie Mob has moved away from its conscience and soulful music. Those who like it say that it's great because it makes them dance. If you want something that will make you dance than I guess this is a good album, although there are a thousand other considerably less promising groups that can do that just as well. Personally I look to Goodie Mob to prompt thought, not dance. This album is a sore let down after the brilliant Still Standing (I think one of the best albums of the 1990's). The argument that "real fans" love this album is bunk. Fan is short for fanatic, and fanatics are not people who would provide accurate information on a subject. I've followed the goodies since Git Up, Git Out and Call of da Wild on Outkast's first album, I loved their first two releases, but even I can say that this album is just not that good. They moved away from what was so good about the first to and into a direction of less challenge and more mass acceptance. There are glaring bits of hypocrisy in the album, most notably in All A's Khujo's verse praising the struggles of oppessed people to gain freedom and ending with the idea that the world would be a better place "if there were less queers." That just doesn't seem to follow, this message decrying oppression followed by an oppressive statement. The song Get Rich to This, while probably good in that it got exposure for the group and radio play (elements of a sell out?), is again contradictory. I remember when Cee-Lo said, "It would be nice to have mo' but I kinda like being po', at least I know what my friends here fo'", apparently that's no longer as important as getting rich. It's this kind of inconsistency that destroys a group's credibility. In all, just a disappointing album. Personally, I'll buy their next one, but if it picks up where World Party left off, it won't be worth the money.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "melodic" on December 27, 1999
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Goodie Mob, like Outkast, changes styles with each release...for artists with a good sense of success, that's downright ambitious and courageous. Goodie Mob and Outkast are essentially modern day Clinton Mother Ship Captains--just as funky, just as creative, just as freaky (check the album jacket). "World Party" is just that, a world party that is pan-global funk with ignant flow and rhymes, but it still keeps that down-home realness (Track 5 features a flossin' Goodie Mobster trying to wine-'n-dine a shorty at the Waffle House). The beats are pretty simple, but they really kick. The flow is, as always, greasy-grimey good (especially Cujo's). Other artists might rest on the same style, but it's nice to see Goodie Mob take some chances.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Skeet on December 22, 1999
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If you are a true Goodie Mob fan, this album is a must-have! Just don't go into it expecting to hear continuations of "Soul Food" or "Still Standing".If so, you will be in for a huge shock. The beats and lyrics are still blazing, but the trademark "lessons in life" that Goodie Mob is known for are not laid out on a platter for you this time. As Cee-Lo would say, you have to "dig deeper than the surface" on this one. They have clearly matured on this album, and we as fans have to continue to support their mission. All A's and Rebuilding have to be two of the tightest tracks ever! Cee-Lo truly shines on this cd. Go get it!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tony_Tone on January 5, 2000
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The 4 man crew out the Atl.. has revamped their southern comfort hip hop stylings.. this album is least conscious-rap to their previous two albums.. the results? a more light hearted effort concentrating more on party grooves then bangin some one in the head with heavy messages.. it's not goin completely which is good because you need to put something on the mind as well as make people bounce and this album succeeds on both levels .. also they work with more outside producers then in the past.. but the Dungeon fam makes their presences known on several cuts.. Some of the best tracks
Rebuilding- a hard hitting track about self-empowerment, community
Cutty Buddy
What it aint (Featuring TLC)
World Party
Just Do it
Pick it up folks peace
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Cappy Jones on December 30, 2003
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When I first heard this CD, I was disapointed because I was expecting another "Still Standing" and this is clearly not it. After listening to it again a year later, I found that I am really startin to dig this CD! For anyone who said it was disapointing, I encourage them to listen to it again.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ian Mitchell on January 13, 2000
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As an avid Goodie MOb fan I don't like the road they took with their latest release. I'd like to quote C-Lo from their first CD "Soul Food". He says " I wish I had more, but I like being poor at least I know what my friends are for...". But now they're "Getting rich to this". this CD is a complete 180 from there more home-grown roots in their '95 release. They're jumping on the "money is everthing" wagon, like such artists as Puff Daddy and other rine-stoned rappers. Ian Mitchell
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nuisance on June 12, 2007
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I know that Soul Food and Still Standing were classics but I also know that this album is mainstream garbage. Its never a good look to hear rappers whose songs had social and political commentary on them make an album like this but I dont blame them. I blame Arista records and L.A Greed. The Good: The D-dot produced Chain Swang is pretty dope(and so is the remix with Xzibit)and Rebuilding reminds you of the Goodie Mob that once was. Fie Fie Delish and All A's are great tracks too. The Bad: World Party is corny as hell but what do you expect when you sample Lionel Richie. Street Corner is as boring as it gets. TLC(Rip Left Eye)join Goodie Mob on the lackluster club effort What It Aint(Ghetto Enuff). The Ugly: Get Rich To This is the worst record that Goodie Mob has ever made and I seem to be the only one who realizes that. The Dip and Cutty Buddy are tied when it comes to awful sounding garbage and Just Do It is the most obvious rush job track on this album.
Bottom Line: Goodie Mob's World Party is their worst album ever. Even that mediocre album One Monkey Dont Stop No Show(whatever it was called) wasnt as bad as this one. The production was tame, the lyrics were hohum and T-Mo becomes the U-God of this Wu Tang Clan(surprise?) The sad thing about this album is that some youngster is going to hear it and think that this is the best that Goodie Mob has to offer, ignorant of the fact that superb albums like Soul Food and Still Standing exist. Dont blame Goodie Mob for this album blame the record label and that lowlife bottom feeder record executive that told them that they need to make songs about getting dome.
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