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The Mix Tape, Vol. 3: 60 Minutes of Funk, The Final Chapter [Explicit Lyrics, Import]

Funkmaster Flex Audio CD
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1. Freestyle Over Chic Good Times Instrumental/Take Me To The Mardi Gras Instrumental - Busy Bee
2. Here We Go - Khadejia
3. Freestyle Over Mobb Deep Give Up The Goods (Just Step) Instrumental - DMX
4. Freestyle Over Raekwon Incarcerated Scarfaces Instrumental - Charli Baltimore/Cam'ron
5. Ain't No Nigga - Jay Z
6. Freestyle Over Wu-Tang Clan MGM Instrumental - Ice Cube/Mack 10
7. Freestyle Over Instrumental - KRS-One
8. Wild For The Night - Rampage
9. Thug Brothers - Big Punisher/Noreaga
10. Freestyle Over Instrumental - Mos Def
11. Prime Time - Tha Alkaholiks/Xzibit
12. Freestyle Over Xzibit Los Angeles Times Instrumental - Common
13. Freestyle Over Raekwon Ice Cream Instrumental - Canibus
14. Freestyle Over Wu-Tang Clan-Triumph Instrumental - Missy Elliott
15. Freestyle Over Mona Lisa Instrumental - Slick Rock
16. Show Down - Buckshot/Q-Tip
17. Do That - Cocoa Brovas
18. Shook Ones Pt. II - Mariah Carey
19. Freestyle Over Wu-Tang Clan-It's Yourz Instrumental - King Sun
20. Freestyle Over Instrumental - Gang Starr
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1.0 out of 5 stars Funkmaster Flex's worst Volume April 30 2003
Format:Audio CD
Funkmaster Flex has had the reputation of laying down some banging beats for hip hop's top stars to freestyle over. But on Vol. 3 there's not enough good beats or good songs to make this album satifying. There are lots of missteps on here, Mariah Carey over Mobb Deep's Shook Ones Pt. 2 beat, Missy Elliot's freestyle over Wu-Tang's Triumph completely ruins the beat, DMX's freestyle ruins the Give up the Goods beat by Mobb Deep. Ice Cube doesn't even drop a verse on the Mack 10 freestyle, he just talks in the beginning of the freestyle. Funkmaster Flex gathered all of these big hip hop stars and didn't milk them for his worth, he also cuts [bad] hip hop and r&b songs together in between. Get Vol. 2 or Vol. 1, they have much better beats and more satifying performances by various rappers.
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5.0 out of 5 stars There is nothing Better!! March 10 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
WOW! I just finished listing to 60 minutes of funk Vol. 3. This is by far one of the best DJ albums of history. It has everyone that you can think of. From Ice Cube all the way to Jay Z and everyone in between. Most of the beats are from previopu songs but are the best. This album definetly shows this is Funik Flex's best CD ever!
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4.0 out of 5 stars PICK IT UP June 10 2000
Format:Audio CD
This is a good cd. Although it doesn't rank up with some of the other funkmaster flex projects in the past, it is a very good compilation. This project blends excellent freestyles with an amazing variety of beautifully laced beats. There's no doubt that this is a well put together lp that is well worth the flex stamp of approval.
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4.0 out of 5 stars My 'white honkey' view Feb. 27 2001
Format:Audio CD
this is some good hip hop the DMX song was hot but i'd have to say the terror squad cuts over xzibits 'at the speed of life was a bangin tune
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Amazon.com: 3.0 out of 5 stars  9 reviews
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nuthin' to take seriously, just a mix tape. July 22 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
A fair showing for the overrated FunkMaster Flex. Could he have used more songs from Wu Tang or Mobb Deep? Geez...I can think of so many dope beats that he left out. This isnt a classic, 'cuz it can't be. I must admit that there are some head-noddin' cuts in there, but you could always buy the actual album that the beats came on. I always enjoy the "Hell on Earth" beat, but havin Erykah Badu over it? Kinda slaughtered the song. The decent head-nodders:
KRS-One over Instrumental. The inst. isnt spectacular, but KRS can flow over any beat
Mos Def over Instrumental. Mos Def is one of my favorites, and the beat was dope and fun.
Common over LA Times. Common rhymes superior on every cut he does, and this Xzibit beat wasnt too bad.
King Sun over Its Yourz. King Sun isnt anything special, just another WU descendant. Its Yourz has a dope beat though.
That S%*t peformed by Q-Tip & JD of SV. Just a relaxed song. Decent lyrics, decent beat.
Erykah Badu over Hell on Earth. Just cuz of the tight beat.
Shimmy Shimmy Ya performed by ODB. A hilarious song, makes me laugh every time. Good song, not to take seriously.
Jump Around performed by House of Pain. One of the best party songs ever. Gets me jumpin' everytime.
OPP peformed by Naughty by Nature. Decent song. A good addition.
Note: Flex missed too many dope emcees on the three installments of the mix tape. Someone should do one with all the underground, dope, talented emcees, and forget about adding Noreaga, DMX or Jay-Z on a mix tape. You should be able to rhyme to make it onto a decent mix tape.
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5.0 out of 5 stars More Like 60 Minutes of Total Amazement!!!! July 2 2003
By Big Joe #1 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I can't actually believe the other reviewers on this web page when they say this CD is just OK!!! I think it's absolutely brilliant, consisting of an amazing variety of different styles of hip-hop. If you ever get the chance to buy this album, I strongly suggest you do and you won't regret it. Trust me, I'm a hip-hop expert! A great wide range of artists appear on this album such as; DMX, Busta Rhymes, Cam'Ron, Wu-Tang Clan, Keith Murray & Mos Def. There are also some great apperances from old skool artists such as; House of Pain, Naughty By Nature, Busy-Bee, Slick Rick, KRS-One, A Tribe Called Quest, Gang Starr & EPMD. The record has some fat scratching on the decks, shoutouts to the artists, excellent freestyling lyrics and great producing from the one and only Funk Flex!! Add this to your collection, as it is much better than the other mixtapes. I'm ghost! :-)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good Freestyles and slammin' beats for the Jeep Sept. 1 1998
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This album is very good. I bought the previous installment ofFunkmaster Flex's 60 minutes... trilogy. This album mostly sounds like 50 rappers rapping over Mobb Deep's "Hell On Earth" album and Wu-Tang Forever's LP. Volume 2 had a little more variety as far as music is concerned. I liked the freestyles. My favorites on this album are the ominously funky track by Mariah Carey Featuring The League , Missy Elliott's surreal freestyle, Shaquille O'Neal & Sonja Blade's freestyle was very lovely (especially Sonja's), Wu-Tang Cream Team (Raekwon kicks some phat rhymes), A Tribe Called Quest and JD of Slum Village and Erykah Badu's were my favorites. If you are a Wu-Tang or Mobb Deep fan I would recommend this album, if you like New York Hip Hop then this is an album for you.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars There is nothing Better!! March 10 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
WOW! I just finished listing to 60 minutes of funk Vol. 3. This is by far one of the best DJ albums of history. It has everyone that you can think of. From Ice Cube all the way to Jay Z and everyone in between. Most of the beats are from previopu songs but are the best. This album definetly shows this is Funik Flex's best CD ever!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars PICK IT UP June 10 2000
By Nathan Morrison - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is a good cd. Although it doesn't rank up with some of the other funkmaster flex projects in the past, it is a very good compilation. This project blends excellent freestyles with an amazing variety of beautifully laced beats. There's no doubt that this is a well put together lp that is well worth the flex stamp of approval.
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