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EASTCOAST RAP HIP HOP ALBUM

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. World Famous
  2. Bless The M.I.C.
  3. Intermission
  4. Here's A Drink
  5. Off The Books
  6. Be Proud/Interlude
  7. Do You Believe?
  8. Finger Smoke
  9. Stone Crazy
  10. N*ggaz Know
  11. Horny Horns
  12. Find That
  13. Supa Supreme
  14. Thinkin 'Bout Cash
  15. Uncivilized
  16. Give Me Tha Ass
  17. Strokes


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 24, 1997)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Original Release Date: June 24, 1997
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Relativity
  • ASIN: B000003BYX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,183 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on December 15, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is a really good album, it has a lot of fun tracks which left hiphop of today. Hiphop need to go back to the fun tracks instead of all the bull they're putting out today.
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Stone Crazy has to be one of my favorite Beatnuts albums if I had to rate all of them. This album is full of underground classic and had a few tracks that got radio airplay. The songs that stand out on Stone Crazy for me were Bless The MIC, Here's A Drink, Off The Books, Do You Believe, N*ggaz Know, Find That (My favorite), Uncivilized and Thinkin' About Cash.

The guest appearance is all on point on this joint. I noticed every album The Nuts put out is full of guest appearances that keep their albums raw, hardcore and refreshing. The samples on Stone Crazy are very creative as well, I did some researched and Ju Ju and Psycho Les truly dig in some creates to get their polished sound. But I also love how these guys know how to have fun on the MIC, like on Give Me The Ass and Strokes. This is a solid effort and worth the cash.
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This is another solid album from one of the most underrated crews around. It isn't quite as good as their last full legnth, but it definatley is worth your money. As usual, the beats are the crown jewel of this album. Although it doesn't really impress me on the lyrical tip, I can't get enough of their production. They have the most unique east coast flavor since DJ Premier. I personally think that they could do better lyrically, but that was never their strong point anyway. Their lyrics aren't garbage, they just tend to have limited subject matter (thug rhymes). Don't let this stop from getting into the Beatnuts though, because they do have a fresh album on their hands. And by what I've heard so far, their upcoming album may even be their best yet.
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By Bryce Norman on September 29, 2014
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Was there any good hip-hop released in 1997? Well, it was the year of Company Flow's absolutely stellar underground masterpiece "Funcrusher Plus" but that moment of revolutionary brilliance, hip-hop was dominated by Puff Daddy, Master P, and the like. Okay, there was Wu-Tang with their excellent "Forever". I wouldn't say that the Beatnuts are on level with either aforementioned artist, but their sophomore album is okay, managing not to fall into the ultra-slick commercial traps which overwhelmed most hip-hop music of the year.
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The beatnuts come back with their third album but this time they return as a duo, Psycho les and Ju ju again keep their already established sound (classic new york beats) and this time they bring guests to add to the proceedings, first up on the now classic of the books track the beatnuts join forces with Big Pun and Cuban Link who both lay some serious quotable verses over a classic beat which seems to come from a childrens program which has then been cut up and looped to great effect, This is one of my favourate tracks of all time in hip hop if not my favourate overall, it just shows you how much I think of it.

The rest of the album is pure magic also, Screwball also feature on a track bringing their queensbridge style which fits with the Corona duo. On the track Give me tha ass they take a well known song and put their own spin on it.

The beatnuts are in my opinion one of the most underated groups in the game right now, These latinos have proven their worth time and time again, if you have never heard the beatnuts before you owe it to yourself to do so and this album is a good place to start (It was my first beatnuts album)buy it.
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The beatnuts' third album, is a celebration once again of lyrical wit, humour and beats for days. Honestly, compared to all the other releases (including musical massacre) this one, like the rest of their albums, contains a different sound and feel. Check the organ motifs on cuts like "super supreme", "n&&&az know" and "thinkin' bout cash" which features formidable queens compadres of the Screwball troupe (another album to cop when it finally drops). ALso noteworthy is "off the books" with its I-dream-of-Jeannie-like sound, and "do you believe" which features a sinister 60's guitar riff. With the exception of some filler tracks, this certainly will satisfy the majority of fans new and old.
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This album, just like all the others, only gets better as the Beatnuts get older. With head bobbing songs that will make all the white boys in your neighborhood say its dope, Stone Crazy is a necssity to the album collection of anyone who claims to know what true hip hop is. And if you like Stone Crazy the first 2 albums are worth your money along with the short yet pleasing remix ep. I try to introduce this group to every rap listener I know.
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Once again The Beatnuts have served up a dope product worthy of your herb money. Junkyard JuJu and Psycho Les have a very unique style to them. I bet a lot of you cats didn't know that this whole album was done in their undergrond basement with their own equipment in Corona City, Queens. My favorite joints are Off the Books, Supa Supreme, and Give Me the A$$. These cats is wil' I'm telling you.
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