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Soundbombing II Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Sept. 4 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00000IIZ1
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)

1. Intro
2. Any Man Intro - The Beat Junkies
3. Any Man - Eminem
4. B-Boy Document 99 - High And Mighty feat. Mos Def & Mad Skillz
5. WW II Intro - The Beat Junkies
6. WW II - Pharohe Monch & Shabaam Sahdeeq
7. Stanley Kubrick - RA the Rugged Man
8. A Message From J-Live & Prince Paul - J-Live & Prince Paul
9. Crosstown Beef Intro - Kid Capri & The Beat Junkies
10. Crosstown Beef - Medina Green
11. 7XL Intro - Marly Marl / Pete Rock / The Beat Junkies
12. 7xL - Sir Menelik feat. Grand Puba & Sadat X
13. Chaos - Reflection Eternal
14. Soundbombing - Dilated Peoples and Tash
15. Brooklyn Hard Rock - Thirstin Howl III
16. Mayor - Pharoahe Monch
17. Patriotism - The Beat Junkies
18. Patriotism - Company Flow
19. 1999 Intro - Q-tip and The Beat Junkies
20. 1-9-9-9 - Common / Sadat X
See all 27 tracks on this disc

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By Chris on March 26 2004
Format: Audio CD
Here is the song by song review of this some what over rated album here are the reviews for you.
3.Anyman-this a great one by Eminem 10/10
4.B Boy Document 99-Great 10/10
6.WWW3-This one is also great 10/10
7.Stanley Kubrick-Good 9/10
10.Crosstown Beef-Okay 8/10
12.7Xl-I loved this one 10/10
13.chaos-It is Reflection Eternal 10/10
15.Brooklyn Hard Rock-like Thirstins verse to short 8/10
16.Mayor-it is PM he is great 10/10
18.Patriotism-Did not dig much 4/10
20.1-9-9-9 is pretty tight 9/10
21.When it poors it rains-will be dissed but I love this 10/10
25.Every rhyme I write-Great 10/10
26.On Mission-it is Kweli 10/10
Lyrics 8/10 Production 8/10 X Factor 8/10 Style 8/10 Voice 8/10
Music 8/10 Innovative 10 classic 10 Guest 10 Blends 8/10
Overall 86 wich is 4.0(80-87) Good not Great
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Rawkus has put together an album that is just sweet. Its funny, I have read on a few reviews that one of the "worst" songs on this album is the R.A. the Rugged Man track "Stanley Kubrick". What?? This is one of the strongest tracks on the album...."feel that bass-line cat"---dude is droppin more in the first verse than "Luda" or "Nelly" ever thought about droppin on a whole album. Its like this, and this applies to the first Soundbombing also---if you suck up all the crap...you know---flashin...bouncin...advertisin...frontin'...you may not get this stuff. These guys are slingin stuff they have worked on for many years. They have perfected their craft and are the "cream of the crop" or whatever cliche you want to use to describe "the best of the best". And the beats are amazing too. All this is mixed by the Beat Junkies i.e. Bum Rush Brothers ie DJ Babu and J-Rocc. Check this out if you dig on real stories and hypnotic beats. Otherwise, I heard Ja Rule dropped a new album.
JF
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By Jerome Domis on March 29 2003
Format: Audio CD
Yo, check this feature out. This thing gots so many good tracks like Pharoahe Monch's "The Mayor", Common and Sadat X "1-9-9-9", and Shabaam Sahdeeq and the Cocoa Brovas "Every Rhyme I Write". These are only a few. Every song on this dime is tight. Also if you familar with And1 and the mixtapes there are several tracks on this piece from the mixtapes. If you dont got it you should pick yourself up a copy before you lose your mind.
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I actually bought Soundbombing 3 prior to this one and I'm kicking myself for it. Number 2 is by far the best of the Soundbombing series and probably one of the best comps I've heard. It features a lot of great MC's. It is one of those albums where it's difficult to say what is the better song, because they are all excellent! Definately get this compilation if you appreciate real hip hop.
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R.A. the Rugged, Q-Tip, Eminem, Mos Def, Pharoahe Monch, and so many more make this one of the best albums I've listened to in a long time. This album is a must-have for rap enthusiasts, no doubt. Whether you're new to rap, or you know your way around the industry, it's not hard to like this album. Between the flows, the awesome beats, and the chillin' lyrics, Sound Bombing 2 is the one to get.
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R.A. the Rugged, Q-Tip, Eminem, Mos Def, Pharoahe Monch, and so many more make this one of the best albums I've listened to in a long time. This album is a must-have for rap enthusiasts, no doubt. Whether you're new to rap, or you know your way around the industry, it's not hard to like this album. Between the flows, the awesome beats, and the chillin' lyrics, this is the one to get.
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By Omagus on Sept. 4 2002
Format: Audio CD
I usually hate compilations. I prefer to hear an album that has some sort of theme throughout.
But SOUNDBOMBING II is freaking dope.
The only questionable track would be RA the Rugged Man's "Stanley Kubrick." I'm just not feeling it. But everything else goes together impeccably. Before I heard this album, if someone had told me that Eminem, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Bahamdia, Pharoahe Monch, Common, El Producto, The High and Mighty, Dilated Peoples and more could all be on one album together, I would have said no way. Even taking into account that it's a compilation, I would have thought that there would be too many different styles (and maybe too many egos?) to make it all work. But J-Rocc and Babu lace it together with freaking tight mix skills. The different tracks flow together like they were born to do so.
I refuse to listen to SOUNDBOMING I or III, because I already know that there is no way that they would be able to match II. So I am happy with the album I do have.
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Soundbombing 2 is a great mix tape. It's definitely a great introduction for those looking for a wide variety of quality underground (and some above ground) hip hop. The mix of beats and differently styled lyricists on this album are stellar. Ra the Rugged Man's "Stanley Kubrick" and Pharoah Monche's "Mayor" bring together the hardest and roughest tracks on the album, while Mos Def, Q-Tip, and others bring together the more laid back side of the album. Two of the most notable tracks include Company Flow's intensly anti-American "Patriotism", which packs a mean abstract beat and some hot lyrics, and Thirstin Howl III's "Brooklyn Hard Rock", which shows off the MC's unique rapping skills. I recommend this album to all those who appreciate hip-hop. Cop it now!!
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