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Tha Liks ~ Xo Experience

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"Six million drinks to try, choose one." So command Tha Liks, proving that even though they've officially switched their name, there ain't a damn thing else changed about the original alcoholic crew. Tash, J-Ro, E-Swift, and the Likwit Crew brew up some seriously top-shelf beats (courtesy of E-Swift, Rockwilder, DJ Twinz, et al.) and lace 'em with laughingly obnoxious rhymes guaranteed to zap any roomful of hip-hop drunkies with a mean case of delirium tremens. Tha Liks' main stock in trade is their out-of-left-field sense of humor. If you've ever wanted to hear the Art of Noise's "Moments in Love" or Eric B. & Rakim's "Eric B. Is President" played pan flute-style on 40-ounce bottles (don't ask, just listen), check out "40 OZ Quartet" Parts I and II. Underground hip-hop fanatics looking to add to their ever-growing Xzibit collection will definitely want to cop X.O. Experience. X to tha Z's two nice performances complement the album's other guest appearances (which include King T, Defari, and Busta). Looking for the next hot party album? It's Tha Liks, baby, and they're highly recommended. --Rebecca Levine
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 10, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00005M0MP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #300,163 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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As I introduced my point of view in my title, it's still Tha Liks, but not their best. I think switching a new label (from Loud to Columbia) was not a good move for Tha Liks. I liked their previous two albums better than this one. I really think their "21 & over", "Coast II coast" and "Likwidation" albums are classic, but this ain't. This album can't be compared to the three others. This album contains only 3 or 4 good tracks, opposite to the other three. I still feel what they about, their beats and rhymes, but that's not that old Alki's flavor. I liked 'My dear' with the old Pharcyde sample, 'Bully foot' although I don't feel Busta, '40 Oz. quartet part II.' and that real party joint 'Best u can' produced by the Neptunes featured by Pharrell of NERD, but... "X.O. experience" ain't provides tracks like 'Next level', 'Daaam!', 'WLIKS' with LootPack, 'Only when I'm drunk', 'Mary Jane', 'Turn the party out', 'Feel the real', 'Hip hop drunkies' or 'Rockin' with the best'. No disrespect to Tha Liks but it's just a 3.5-star release. The only thing I didn't give them 3-stars is the fact that they represent real hip hop without that wacky gangsta-image. You feel? Now, to cut this long review short, I like Tha Liks but it's the same as when Jordan wore the jersey #45, he wasn't that M.J. who was in the real #23 jersey. You feel? So, Liks, just do what you wanna, I'ma buy anything from you 'cause you real, but give me that Tha Alkaholiks flavor again! Told: 3.5-stars.
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The Liks - X.O. Experience (Columbia, 2001)
Since 2001 was such a bad year for hip-hop anyway, I shouldn't be surprised that this album didn't rock (or chart) like it should have. They even tried to cross over by hiring The Neptunes to produce "Best U Can", which comes off average. J-Ro still kicks things to make me smile, like, "you get a kick out of them like shoeboxes", or on the best track, "Da Da Da Da", where he says, "sometimes I'm hard to find like downtown parking spaces." But Tash let me down a little. Not to mention that the majority of the production is weak and some songs are just corny (like the Busta Rhymes song). They tried too hard to cross over when they should have just been themselves, hip-hop drunkies. -EJR
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Sometimes we don't want tp hear about how many people you killed but we don't want to think too much or heard mushy love ballads. Sometimes we just want to have a good time with out hearing a whack MC. Tha Liks bring good times to the forefront but also bring a lot of wit and skill. Long time darlings of the West Coast underground scene and part of the legendary Likwit Crew, they now make their bid for commercial success. Usually when underground acts make their move for success they lose fans because they have to give up a lot of their original flair in order to satisfy crowds and label heads. Though Tha Liks do polish their once minimal production sound, they still sound dope as funk. 9 of the 15 songs are handled by Alkaholik resident E-Swift, the rest is handled by Rockwilder, Dj Scratch, Thayod, The Neptunes & Dj Twinz. All that heat rounded out by the comic, dope lines of Tash, J-Ro and help from the rest of Likwit Crew, Busta Rhymes, Butch Cassidy, Pharrell Williams, and Kurupt. Now I'll tell you which joints are best to get your party started ...
Bar Code ft/ Xzibit ~ The first real track definitely gets the album crackalackin' with B-Boyish drunken rhymes and a chorus of anthem proportions. E-Swift is on the beat using echo filed horns and kool synth keys, choppy claps, and burpy effects.
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As much of a fan I claim to be of this group, I gotten into them around early 2002. I was a high school sophomore at home listening to the Music Choice Channel when I heard "Run Wild" come on. When that song was finished, I imediately left my house and walked to the store to buy this album. Judging by this and all the others I've heard, this was Tha (Alkaho)Liks first shot at mainstream as a group, especially with their first single "Best U Can" produced by The Neptunes. The results: Mixed feedback from hardcore fans of this group. This was my first album, so I really had no say on whether it was good or bad.

Besides the two tracks that I named out, the second track "Bar Code" featuring Xzibit (who I hoped kissed and made up with this group) is another slammin track. On this album, this trio was doing three things: making party music, like "L-I-K-S" and "Sickness" are some of those tracks; and showing off their lyrical skills like they've done on previous albums like on "Promote Violins" featuring Kurupt, and "The Bubble" featuring King T.; and being humorous on "40 Oz Quartet".

There aren't many things I can be mad about this album. Some of the guests like Busta Rhymes and Defari do absolutely nothing on the tracks they appear on. Also "Da Da Da Da" is a track with little replay value.

Other than that, this album is highly recommended if you ever go to a house party and want something to listen to. Some people say this is Tha Liks' best album. I believe that "Likwidation" is their best if you ask me. But I highly recommend that you get all their albums (heck "Firewater" was a little dissapointing, but still recommended), if you like hip hop with style. This album was a 16 year old high school kid's soundtrack to getting drunk.
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