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V3 Djxpef Jux Presents [Import]

Various Audio CD
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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Disc: 1
1. Words From - Phase 2
2. All In All - Aesop Rock
3. Make News – Carnage
4. Medical Aid - The Perceptionists
5. Dylsexia - Rob Sonic
6. Beatslope (EL-P Remix) - Hangar 18
7. WMR - EL-P and Camutao
8. Homesickness – Despot
9. Devil In The Hole - SA Smash
10. Aquatic 4th – Pyramid
See all 16 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. No Jumper Cables (Remix) - Aesop Rock
2. 3 Card Molly - C-Rayz Walz
3. Buck 80 - C-Rayz Walz
4. Deep Space 9mm - EL-P
5. Live From The Plantation - Mr. Lif

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Product Description

A showcasing of both new and established artists on the Jux roster that will set the tone for the label's sound and direction for the next few years. The 6-track bonus DVD features tracks by Aesop Rock, C-Rayz Walz, El-P and Mr. Lif. The CD features ma

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Definitive Jux ~ Vol. 3-Definitive Jux

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2.0 out of 5 stars PHEWW. . . I DONT KNOW DOG. . . May 29 2004
Format:Audio CD
I gotta agree with an earlier reviewer (Donn Ronn I think) from Brooklyn. Def Jux 3 is frighteningly bad. If it wasn't for the Aes Rock track, and the track by Hangar 18, both of which are decent, this album would be f*#king hopeless. The newcomers aren't really showin us nothin. Its just alotta gums bumpin. This must be a throw-away album for El. Thats's the only explaination for the half-bakedness of it. He must have been too focused on High Water to put any real work into DJ3. I'm hoping thats all it is. Because, on the bright side, none of the Def Jux compilations have been that memorable. They've all kind of been these prompters for the solo releases, which are always better, so maybe the wackness of this album isn't anything to be worried over. I'll tell you though, I'm startin to get nervous.
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4.0 out of 5 stars impressive May 2 2004
Format:Audio CD
the latest installment of the definitive jux roster is back, and in some regards better than ever. this one is easily better than djxp2...better beats and lyrics. contrary to other reviews...i think el-p did a nice job with his lyrics and beats...but i feel aesop rock has fallen off a bit with his wordplay; although i sense it more in his voice and delivery. gems of the album for myself are tracks 7-9...homesickness is just absolutely ill, with devil in the hole's hook very catchy and nice. i would have given this album a 5 but without cannibal ox i just can't.
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome, i had fakts one sign my cd April 20 2004
Format:Audio CD
aesop rock would kill ur favorite rapper.....he would grab the micophone and let u know hes mad tight, he'll let u know he could be ur dad right,matter of fact he was with ur mom last night,matter fact hes the reason ur little sisters half white,hes won more battles than ur fav rapper could.
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4.0 out of 5 stars pretty good April 10 2004
Format:Audio CD
i was disappointed by Aesop Rock, El-P and the rest. but Def Jux's new commers make this CD worth its every penny (Hangar 18, Despot)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Jukie for a few years... April 8 2004
Format:Audio CD
I bought this soley off the reputation of the Def Jux label. For the most part, Def Jux comes through with raw, depth, atmospheric music. Understandably, Def Jux is growing with lots of new various artist, and each artist is trying to develop there own sound. Def Jux, which was once known for kind of a universal sound has vastly changed the past year or so. Def Jux is very diverse now, it's no longer just Lif, Aes, Can 'O and El-P - There's new cats that don't follow the sinister forumula that El-P established with Def Jux. Some consider this good, which it can be, considering it expands there horizans in exploring new sounds, but for long time Jukie fans like me - you kind of sit back and twiddle your thumbs in hope for another Fantastic Damage, or I Phantom, or Cold Vien, the albums that established Def Jux as we known it.
I had mixed feelings with this album, which is a first for me with Def Jux. Normally, anything I buy from this guys is dope - and im not talking 1 or 2 songs dope; im talking the ENTIRE album dope. But this is first album iv'e bought (off the def jux label) where I have to say that this album has its fair share of hit and misses.
The veteran Jukies came through exceptionally well. As usual, Aesop comes with straight fire in "All in All", the hard bassline beat is done well, with the occasional space sounds creeping through the beat. C-Ray-Walz comes through with a song that sounds similiar to his last effort, Ravipops - except with a more cleaner beat. "The Perceptionist" come through ok, Mr. Lif saves the track in my opinion, the beat is ok - they bite the Digitial Underground "Freak of the Industries" bassline; but thats ok, they actually make it sound better.
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