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Sir Lucious Left Foot...The Son Of Chico Dusty

July 6, 2010 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Digital Booklet: Sir Lucious Left Foot...The Son Of Chico Dusty
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 6, 2010
  • Release Date: July 6, 2010
  • Label: Def Jam Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 The Island Def Jam Music Group
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  • Total Length: 57:07
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  • ASIN: B003U02LOK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #181,854 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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By S. Moultrie on July 7, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Let me start by saying ... I LOVE Hip Hop/Rap and it is one of my first loves. I've been a fan of Outkast since the beginning with Southernplayalisticadillacmusic. Outkast has always set the trends and this album does not disappoint! The Speakerboxx is light years away from this CD ... you will NEVER stop playing this CD. It drips with Southern flavor, 808 bass checks, super-fantastic music - Big Boi represented well for his half of the OutKast group.

Big Boi starts out with one of the HARDEST intros I've heard in "ever"! LoL Then leads into some lighter songs in my opinion Daddy Fat Sax, Turn Me On.

Favorite Songs that make the CD top notch to me:

Follow Us - Just funky
Shutterbug is a feel good song that makes you want to groove. The lyrics are very creative.
Tangerine - T.I. and Kudjoe did their thing big time and the drums remind me of the track Bubba Talk by Bubbaa Sparxxx
You Ain't No DJ - Good battle rap song
Hustle Blood - Hot song and Jamie Foxx sounds so good
Fo Yo Sorrows - This is the chill song ... drink or smoke something
Theme Song - Puts you in the mind of the old OutKast
Shine Blockas remix - Different parts of the south represented ... Bun B., Project Pat, Gucci Mane, and Big Boi hold it down on this song.

General Patton is so ATLiens taking this CD to another level with this track. You gotta respect it.

Bottom Line - If you are looking for Andre3000, any representation of the new style of rap, a lot of features, no 808, you will disappointed. I would have given this CD 4.5 stars, but since I cannot, it is closer to 5 stars, then 4.
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Big Boi, one half of the legendary OutKast, has finally delivered his much anticipated and hyped solo album Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty. While being the less celebrated member of OutKast, it's clear that Big Boi is/was as much a part of their success as Andre 3000. He is equally as talented lyrically (although less poetic) as his partner in rhyme and just as creative.

This album has been brewing in the crock-pot for at least two years and with a switch to the Mighty Def Jam roster and a reunion with the man that originally put OutKast out, L.A. Reid, Big Boi does not disappoint in any sense of the word. Sir Luscious exceeds all expectations with his creative rhymes, eclectic beat selection and all around stankness.

Everything we have come to expect from OutKast is delivered on this album. The Dungeon Family makes a strong appearance on this album with Organized Noize & Mr. DJ contributing a few production pieces. Sleepy Brown and singer Joi (where has she been? We need her new album yesterday!) reappear to provide the soul and funkiness on a couple songs. Big Rube (again where has he been?) lends his poems to enhance a few songs and George Clinton gives the same futuristic presence that he provided on Synthesizer from OutKast's Aquemini.

Some soon to be great artists also appear on the album. Janelle Monae (Archandroid) returns the Tightrope favor on Be Still and B.O.B. (Adventures of Bobby Ray) effectively improves Night Night. Other appearances include T.I., Jamie Foxx, Yelawolf, Vonnegutt and Gucci Mane.

Big Boi delivers lyrically on this album showing he can hold his own. However, he did record a few songs with Andre 3000 that did not appear on the album because of label disputes.
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Big Boi & Andre 3000 just don't fall off! They are the most consistent artists of our generation. No lie! Everyone should hear it. How this isn't getting more play on the radio is beyond me. There are about 7 bonafide radio hits on it. Not to say that the other songs aren't jammin too. Finally someone is making interesting music. It was looking as though the year was gonna be a musical wash. We need more of this and less of the crap they play on the radio. Big Boi and Andre 3000 always know how to perfectly reinvent themselves all while still staying true to themselves. They are highly regarded in music but still stay underrated and that must keep them hungry and continually trying to top them. Even without Andre he still sounds undeniably OutKast. This could be a contender for album of the year if it more people open up their ears and recognize real music.
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Seriously. Every song here has a pop hook (meant in the truest sense of the word) that transcends "hip hop". Like "Crazy", "Paper Planes", or, oh yeah "Hey Ya" , these are songs that sound instantly familiar, but not because they've bitten something that's been done before, but rather because they have a timeless quality to them. "Follow Us" has a chorus that you swear you've heard before. "General Patton" and "Night Night" have beats so perfect that you wonder how no one has thought of them sooner. "Be Still" makes you sad that songs that deserve to be the most popular in the nation will never even crack the Top 100, but still amps you up enough to find out who guest singer Janelle Monae is and what her album's all about. Then "You Ain't No DJ" brings just enough dissonance to ensure there's a little dirt under the nails of the album. Amazingly, but not surprisingly, Big Boi's raps avoid corny gangsterisms or cliched mic-prowess boasting. It's also a relief to know that Big Boi values his craft enough to use the endless delays that ensnared this record as an opportunity to continuously hone it into a stone classic. Then consider that the version available in the store, with previously released instant classics like "Shutterbug", "Fo Yo Sorrows", and, of course, "Shine Blockas", doesn't even include two absolute monster bangers featuring Andre 3000 that were left off by Def Jam ("Royal Flush", also featuring Raekwon, and "Lookin' For Ya", about which, after it leaked, Big Boi famously stated "You know, I'm no stranger to that Internet, baby.") For sure, Big Boi is on some Smiths-type stuff, even relegating a track like "Theme Song", aka "Ringtone", that would be a lead single on most hip hop albums to mere Sir Lucious bonus track status.Read more ›
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