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Hellbound Maxi, Import


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Exclusive track taken from the American concept compilation Game Over (2001). The track is regarded as rare and sought after in the rap camp. 'Hellbound' is backed with 2 Masta Ace tracks 'Spread It Out' & 'Rap 2k1'.

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Heavy stuff April 22 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Hellbound is some truly dark stuff -- this was put out when he was still doing the Marshall Mathers EP style violent burn-you-and-smoke-the-ashes thing. The joint is pretty solid -- J-Black and Masta Ace round out the song really well -- but I think Eminem sets the tone for the entire song. Set around a really heavy groove with a Tupac sample in the middle/chorus, Hellbound is in my opinion the only real reason to get the single. The other two songs are kind of goofy and not in keeping with the Em/J-Black/Masta Ace joint. To be honest, the single is the best part of the whole "Game Over" mix that this single is from. But you gotta decide for yourself....
Garbage set hiphop back. April 5 2015
By Carl Caola - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Garbage really disappointed in Masta Ace going along with this project. You may be the still the Masta and the best MC but you should have strayed away from this project. and did something that added something good too hiphop like were use too from you.

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