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Dust to Dust

3.9 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 26, 1994)
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B00004SIUI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,056,239 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It is no wonder that this is a rap album of excellent caliber coming out of the golden age because 3rd Bass, the guys' originating group, was also excellent during their run. They have transposed their talents from that group to this duo based project that is without MC Serch, another wonderful emcee. Rich has layered on rich beats with colorful samples and break beats, and Pete Nice has topped them with smart, bright lyrics filled with wonderful comparisons and double entendres.
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This album is straight quality from beginning to end. I agree with the guy who said he likes this better than both 3rd Bass albums - it's a step forward from those. Beatnuts put down some of their early raw beats (check out "Rat Bastard" for one of the grimiest opening tracks to any hip hop album), and elsewhere The duo and occasional guest producers like Sam Sever and KMD contribute production. Lumberjack Song is ridiculously catchy, and Out Of My Way features the same piano loop as Main Source's "How My Man Went Down" but I think the version here is iller...all the tracks roll along like only that 92-96 era hip hop does.

My only reservation is that the Remix of Verbal Massage is almost identical to the original. They should have stuck the Beatnuts remix of Kick The Bobo" on instead because it is one of the best remixes I have ever heard....

Overall "Dust To Dust" definitely a classic of its time. 5 Stars.
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By Big S on December 31, 2004
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There's alot of good beats,rhymes and cuts here.

Cage has an uncredited appearance on"Rich Bring 'Em Back" and he had the same morbid style as he has now,Psycho Les of Beatnuts has a guest verse on "Rat Bastard" which is an awesome song.

The album is produced by The Beatnuts,Pete Nice,And KMD and has an array of thick hardcore beats.

The single "Kick The Bobo" definately kicks alot of things.

"The Lumberjack" is a dope tribute to DJ Daddy Rich with some great scratches,in fact,this whole album is filled with good scratches and Daddy Rich makes his presence felt.

Pete Nice is easily one of the most effortless rappers tha ever released an album.

I prefer this not only to MC Serch's solo album,but also to both 3rd Bass LPS.

No gas face for Prime Minister Pete Nice and Daddy Rich.
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If you like Nelly and cash money then you wont like this.This is pure street hop from a time lost.When rap was hip hop and not a seperate entity.Pete Nice and Daddy Rich join the Beatnuts to create a highly underated,hardcore mini-masterpiece.Along with MC Serch,these two created two classic albums as 3rd bass,and returned to show another side.Sadly it didnt sell the way it should of.But if your truly a hip hop fan and not obsessed with bling and sluggish down south rhyming then you'll enjoy this.
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One of the most underrated MC's of my generation from one of the most underrated groups of my generation period!
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