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Doc's Da Name 2000 Explicit Lyrics, Import

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The pride of Newark takes a slow rumble through hip-hop's history on his fourth album, jacking whatever beats he takes a shine to: Ice Cube, Audio Two, and the Beastie Boys all get their hits heavily rewritten, and on the closing Roni Size collaboration, "I Got A Secret," he invents a dazed, earthy style of drum 'n' bass rhyming. As the title suggests, there's some conceptual/identity overload going on here, but Redman's spilling over with sly turns of phrase and goofy allusions (as well as gratuitous chickenhead/baby-mama baiting), and his Def Squad teammate Erick Sermon lightens up on his trademark swampy boom, giving himself more room to cram his word hoard into. Every imaginable space is full of blunted puns, fleeting samples, and yelps of "Yo!" --Douglas Wolk
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 8, 1998)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Original Release Date: December 8, 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Import
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B00000DLXA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,200 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Patrick G. Varine on July 9, 2002
Format: Audio CD
You can't blame Redman for wanting to stick with Erick Sermon. The Green-Eyed Bandit is responsible for a unique style of East-Coast production. But lately (well, actually dating back to circa 1998 when this album came out) it's been a little slack.
This is plenty noticeable in many of the tracks on "Doc's Da Name 2000." The same bassline is used on three or four tracks, sometimes in a row. The production is crisp, and leaves plenty of room for Redman to get down, but is somewhat of a letdown.
But you can't front on Redman's rhyming acumen. Hands down, he's my favorite MC; so full of energy, ready to dump on ANYONE and always comin' with the cleverest punchlines.
My favorite Redman album has to be "Dare Iz a Darkside," and I think it's because he did a lot of the production himself. It's a lot darker, a lot grimier, but still retains that Erick Sermon/P-Funk-inspired edge.
There are some real good songs on here, though. "Keep On '99" rides a smooth beat with a muted vocal sample to chill you out, "Klose Ya Doorz" doesn't feature Redman but rather Brick City up-and-comers, and "D.O.G.S." is one of the best uses yet for George Clinton's WAAAAAAY-oversampled "Atomic Dog."
There are also some nice homages. Red reworks Ice Cube's "Once Upon a Time in the Projects" for the funky "Jersey Yo!" and does some all-out Beastie Boy shouting on "Beet Drop."
So the production has suffered a little bit, but "Doc's Da Name 2000" is still a quality hip-hop record.
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Redman has moved his way to one of the top spots on the greatest rappers of all-time list with his unbelievably outstanding first three albums. Consistency has become the staple that all his fans have come to expect. Redman does it again on his fourth album and brings one of the years best.
The album starts off with "Let Da Monkey Out" which is a seriously funky beat and the listener immediately sees to expect nothing less but the same crazy lyrics from Reggie for the rest of the album. "I'll Be Dat" was the most popular song from Redman on the album and deservedly so. "Jersey Yo" is a hilarious song that uses the beat from Ice Cube's "Once Upon A Time In The Projects". "Well All Rite Cha" has a mediocre beat, but the song is saved from a great collaboration with Method Man. "Da Goodness" is one the best song on the album as Reggie is joined by Busta Rhymes over a funky beat. The album continues with extremely solid songs, "My Zone", "Da Da Dahhh", and "D.O.G.S.". "Down South Funk" is a nice song to hear as it unites Def Squad. "Beet Drop" is a super old-school remake song. Too bad it is not very long. "Brick City Mashin'!" features an outstanding beat and Redman commands your attention. Redman keeps tradition going and entertains us again with "Soopaman Lova IV". "I Got A Secret" sports a beat that sounds like something Dan "The Automater" would make and is a great addition to this album.
Overall I would have to consider this Redman's fourth best album, however there is no disrespect intended as his first three were hip-hop classics. Redman is my favorite rapper out right now as he always consistently brings solid lyrics and production to the table. He is the type of artist that all hip-hop fans should love because he always does his own thing, like OutKast.
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Doc's Da Name 2000 is one of the last great old school style Rap/Hip Hop album
It's this odd very goofy Rap album with comedy skits in between tracks
But, it somehow works
I'll openly admit i know very little about Redman besides this album
But, i really love and appreciate this 1998 buried treasure/classic
It's downright silly at times but, that's the charm to it! It's more like a homage to Digital Underground and Run D-M-C when rap was about having fun and showing off your skills
below is the stand out tracks that make this a must own
1) Welcome 2 Da Bricks,
2) Let Da Monkey Out (Great sound and beat)
3) I'll be Dat! (Insane a great single watch the uncut music video so great! the I'll be Dat music video might be the last real HQ Music video that has a point it's off the wall and a little out there but, it's a perfect music video the lyrics add so much to the video!
you don't see many good promo videos that help sell the single now Redman stealing a bmw and throwing the owners cassette tapes out the window Redman Cola and everyone spitting it out so brilliant! Watch the video and prove me wrong!
4) Get it Live,
5) Who Took the Satellite Van (skit)
6) Jersey Yo,
7) Cloze Ya Doorz,
8) I Don't Care,
9) Boodah Break,
10) Keep on '99,
11) Well All Rite Cha,
12) Da Goodness,
13) My Zone!,
14) Da Da DaHHH

They really don't make Rap like this anymore.... This album as a whole deserves more attention then it got
9.2/10
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This album is truly amazing to say the least. I'm a fan of all types of music, especially hip hop, and this has to be one of the tightest work's of art ever made. Redman is one of those lyricisists you come across every so often and his style is off the hook! His ryhmes are tight as the blunts he roles up!!! What seperates this album from most is just the way Redman flows. Thoughout the entire album he stays on point and consistant. Also the beats are phat and you can't help bobbin your head and when mixed with his tight flow you realize just how good of an album this is and how good Redman can ryhme. If you lisiten to it all the way thought you can see what I'm talking about because each joint is blazin. There are some skits which stop this masterpiece now and then but there all part of Red's wicked humor and they make you giggle a bit. This was the first Redman album I purchased and I was really sceptical but let me tell you it wasn't what I expected. It was so much more and then some. What seperates him from other rapper's is his ablilty to make you think and not just about money and girls but about life, and having fun at the same time. If you are looking for an album that you can just listen too all of the time this is the album for you. Trust me the man knows what he's doing in this rap game, so let him show you what real hip hop is suposed to be like. You won't regret buying this album I promiss you! Also check out his work with Meth on Blackout! and his new album Malprctice which is also tight. Funk Doc is definately a supreme MC!
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