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Rhyme & Reason: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
"Rhyme + Reason" Soundtrack July 16 2005
By Crazy Jim - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack to Peter Spirer's compelling documentary, "Rhyme & Reason" makes a worthwhile companion piece to the film. While many of the artists on the soundtrack may not be as well known to today's music crowd, the music contained within this album is truly something special. Mack 10's collaboration with Tha Dogg Pound on "Nothin' But The Cavi Hit" is an excellent introduction to the album with Kurupt ripping the mic apart behind a hard beat courtesy of Daz. Likewise, Busta's energy on "Wild Hot" guest starring A Tribe Called Quest is absolutely bonkers. "Uni-4-orm" featuring Canibus, Ras Kass, and Heltah Skeltah is probably my favorite song on the soundtrack as future Horsemen partners, Ras and Canibus just kill it. KRS-One's "Bring It Back" is another banger with Kris bring his usual charisma to the table. Also worth checking out are E-40's "Every Year" and The RZA's "Tragedy". Master P's "Is There Heaven 4 A Gangsta?" is one of the few misses as P drops some rather lackluster rhymes over an obnoxious chorus. It proves to be the "pothole in the road" in an otherwise smooth ride of entertaining 90's rap anthems.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Rhyme & Reason Dec 7 2004
By Aspen - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This album seems to have almost everyone. The tracks might of not made the local radio stations but the album was nice. It has a great blend of east and west coast styles. I'm just amazed this one didn't pop off as well as it should of. Pick it up if you get the chance.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
A must for rap addicts Dec 11 1998
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This album combines the best of east/west coast with artists such as RZA, MC Eight, KRS-ONE Busta Rhymes, E40, ect. While a couple tracks are weak, most are bangin, such as Tragedy and Represent. Basically, this is a great compilation album that is worth getting!
Almost Classic June 9 2007
By T. macedo - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Ima talk about every song on this soundtrack

1.Nothin but the cavi hit 10/10 classic cali song

2.wild hot.10/10 Bustarhymas & tribe ? Classic

3.reason for rhyme.8/10 tight beat but the lirycs were iight

4.uni-4-0rm.10/10 classic song with three sharp mc's

5.bogus mayn.0/10 wackk never did like crucial conflic

6.every year.0/10 boring song by e-40 he's wack as hell

7.tragedy.10/10 classic song cant go wrong with rza

8.represent.9/10 tight beats and tight lirycs

9.niggaz dont want it.10/10 classic song by the lost boyz

10.bring it back.100/10 Krs one is a master lirycist and the beat is sick

11. is there a heaven 4 a gansta.10/10 classic old master p song but now he's trash

12.liquor store run.0/10 weak lirycs and horrible hook and wack beats

13.the way it iz.10/10 classic song first.7/10 okay lirycs but good beat only if they had better mc's indentity.9/10 good song

so as you see " Rhyme & reason Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Various Artists" is worth a copy even if there were some weak joints by wack arist but tight arist made up for it. Recommended.
wrong version... Aug. 22 2014
By frank molinaro - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Great album. But it was sold under the pretense that it was the CLEAN version. I already had the PA version.