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Tricky Audio CD
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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1. Heaven, Youth Hell - The Hillfiguzes
2. Tricky Kid - Tricky
3. Devils Helper - Tricky/Laveda Davis
4. Live w/Yo Self - Stephanie Cooke
5. Grass Roots - Tricky/Roberto Malary Jr.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Unessential Tricky for the "Supa fan" only July 25 2003
Format:Audio CD
Let's face it Tricky isnt an m.c. like say, Jay-z, yet we can find him working with some Gangsta-ish types from time to time, and on the kick off track on this cd he works with the "hill-fu-gees". And unfortunately the the song is pretty forgetable,with lyric that now sound rather dated. "Tricky kid" is actually a close to the same version found on Pre-Millenium but, doesnt quite match it in polishedness. Combined with a couple more tracks including a typical female sung bluesy type song and you get a b-rated ep. I'm a big Tricky fan but, this cd hardly gets played.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rare classic, but not enough Aug. 2 2002
Format:Audio CD
This mini-album came out during Tricky's heyday and went surprisingly unheard by most people. A shame, since there are excellent songs on here that rflect heavily his hip-hop roots, probably moreso than he would pay homage to until the not-so-great "Juxtapose" record. This one catches him riding high off of the acclaim of his glorious debut, "Maxinquaye", and well within the top of his form. If you can find it, get it. Leaves you wishing it had more songs though.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rare classic, but not enough Aug. 2 2002
By Scott Woods - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This mini-album came out during Tricky's heyday and went surprisingly unheard by most people. A shame, since there are excellent songs on here that rflect heavily his hip-hop roots, probably moreso than he would pay homage to until the not-so-great "Juxtapose" record. This one catches him riding high off of the acclaim of his glorious debut, "Maxinquaye", and well within the top of his form. If you can find it, get it. Leaves you wishing it had more songs though.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Unessential Tricky for the "Supa fan" only July 25 2003
By V. J. Limon - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Let's face it Tricky isnt an m.c. like say, Jay-z, yet we can find him working with some Gangsta-ish types from time to time, and on the kick off track on this cd he works with the "hill-fu-gees". And unfortunately the the song is pretty forgetable,with lyric that now sound rather dated. "Tricky kid" is actually a close to the same version found on Pre-Millenium but, doesnt quite match it in polishedness. Combined with a couple more tracks including a typical female sung bluesy type song and you get a b-rated ep. I'm a big Tricky fan but, this cd hardly gets played.
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