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Mack 10 [Explicit] Explicit Lyrics

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 20, 1995)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Frontline Catalog
  • ASIN: B000003B3T
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,091 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By M. Heydon on October 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Mack 10 pullin himself out on this one blastin the competition away with his Bangin' WESTSIDE Lyrics. This is by far the BEST of the Mack 10 albums, i cant go too much really into detail of it cos i havnt got the time. But beleive me this albums a freekin CLASSIC. Mack 10 is excellent by himself and awsum collaborating with others too, next to Ice Cube hes the best in 'Westside Connection' i think hes pretty on par wit him or even better than.

This album is very much granting a 5 star rating!

Go buy it like i did, u WILL NOT be dissapointed my good friends.
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This is a sick a** album to buy if you're into old school rap, and not into that new school bull. This album has kick beats, sick lyrics,rhymes, and old school sample beats

Best to get this album!
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Before Mack 10 was tempted by money and commercial success, he certainly could kick some dope rhymes. His debut had a couple weaknesses but is mostly quite good. The hit single "Foe Life" was an instant club hit, and was produced by Ice Cube with a funky saxophone loop and Mack 10 introducing himself to the world. "Wanted Dead" is also a classic gangsta track with a late night sort of feel to it, and Mack 10 tears this song up. "On Them Things" is kind of an abrasive track but sounds really good, and has the standard gangsta sound to it. "Chickenhawk" is another tight track with booming bass and some funky vocals. "Here Comes The G" is an absolute classic, with a nice, funky bounce and laid-back feel. Mack also tore this song up. "Westside Slaughterhouse" also is a classic, and features WC and Ice Cube, and Cube takes a shot at Common Sense to spark the beef they had (Common lyrically obliterated Ice Cube). WC also had some of the coldest battle lines on this vicious track. Also, there are some nice tracks like "Armed And Dangerous" which has a neighborhood, summertime feel to it, and "Mozi-Wozi" is a nice sex track, about a hotel with a nice, slow beat added to it. "Mack Ten's The Name" is Mack 10 telling all fakes in the game that they better change their name to Mack 11 because Mack 10 is HIS name. Also, Kay-Dee connects with Mack very nicely on "H.O.E.K.", another good track about females. There are a couple pointless interludes, and one extremely wack song in "Ten Million Ways" which has a repeatitive and boring beat and hook. That lowers the overall rating but still this is a worthy and impressive debut. Excellent production came from Ice Cube, Rhythm D, and others.Read more ›
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By A Customer on December 6, 1999
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Phat, WestCoast Rap! Mack One Dim puts it down with my favorite and the best song on the record "Foe Life" Followed by "Westside SlaughterHouse" wit WC and Cube, dope cd I recommend it to all the people who like West Coast gangsta rap.
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By A Customer on October 9, 2000
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Mack really brought it with his first one. He had the aggressive hype voice which he sadly traded in for a mellow type voice on his future albums and he had awesome beats on this one. (better than ice cube's, w.c.'s mid 90 albums and on the same level as the westside connection album). Only Jay-Z and Prodigy sound good with the mellow voice, 'nuff rappers try and sound like them but sound boring. Perfect example being Mack 10. He should go back to the high energy flow.
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With the self-titled album, Mack 10 sets the world up for what was to come with Westside Connection's hardcore, multi-platinum classic album, "Bow Down". The album is a prime example of the music that was coming from the West Coast in the Mid 90's. This album was obviously Mack Dime's best, coming out w/ mediocre sophomore & junior albums, it shows Mack 10 does have skill & talent, & can show it.
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1995 was a seminal year for hip hop, a year of game-changing releases from both coasts that further expanded the genre and directed the path it would take in years to come. By this point Ice Cube, a godfather of West Coast and gangsta rap from his days in N.W.A., was four solo albums and a few blockbuster movies deep and had begun to develop his own artists. Chief among the MCs in his stable was a certain Inglewood rapper named Mack 10, whose self-titled debut arrived in '95. Featuring production from Cube's tried-and-true buddies Crazy Toones, Dr. Jam, Madness 4 Real, and The 88X Unit, "Mack 10" is a simple and straightforward album of West Coast funk where Mack 10 impresses as a memorable MC far from just another bandana-sporting gangsta on the California rap landscape.

"Mack 10" is 48 consistent minutes of bass-heavy, trunk-rattling gangsta funk, often boasting rich `70s samples and clever arrangements. The beats are top-notch and a perfect canvas for Mack 10's brand of unapologetic rap. A sneering, gun-toting criminal, Mack 10 is a gangsta to the core and won't let the listener forget it, but he's still tons of fun to listen to. And while subsequent efforts would highlight weaknesses as his approach got old, on his debut he is fresh and furious. While certainly not a lyrical or conceptual rapper, Mack 10 had his own sound and style that was memorable enough to spawn numerous imitators, narrating the life of an Inglewood G almost to the point of self-parody. Angry and original, his music is bass-heavy, mechanical and heavy on digital elements but stays upbeat and funky as well.
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