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Domestic debut of the first single from the 1999 debut album by duo signed to Mo Wax & comprised of The Gift Of Gab and Chief Xcel. Seven tracks, 'A To G', 'Clockwork', 'Rock The Spot', 'Back To The Essence', 'Deception', 'Making Progress' and 'Alphabet Aerobics' (The Cut Chemist 2 1/2 Minute Workout). Standard jewel case. 1999 release.
Top Customer Reviews
that's not the case here!! this is some authentic stuff...they got some strong hip hop beats and they actually rely on a "dj" to provide their music and not a "producer"...and Gift-of-gab is a strong emcee...this is tight and now i have to own their full lenght cd...yall should proly get it too, unless youre wantin some super-glossy, over-flossy top 40 hip-pop, then maybe you better off with the above-ground stuff.
Alphabet Aerobics is an amazing song where Gab goes from A to Z in an alphabetical, alliterative rap. Back to the Essence has (in my opinion) a catchy hook to it that really is a head bobber. I could review every song, but EVERY ONE IS SUPERB! Not ONE weak track. If you want some real Hip-Hop with excelent beats and unbelievible, rapid-fire lyrics, PICK THIS UP!!
Most recent customer reviews
This is an album that packs a punch. With only seven tracks you find yourself wanting a little more, but i found it easy letting the entire record run through more than once. Read morePublished on Feb. 26 2004 by Adam Willis
This CD is the ultimate car music. When you're rolling at 60 on the interstate, this stuff pumps you up. No need to skip songs, they're all good. Read morePublished on May 30 2000 by Andrew Roth
This ep is just a taste of what these two guys can do. Gift of Gab is one of my favorite emcee's and he totally kills it on this 7 song teaser of a record. Read morePublished on Jan. 10 2000 by Brent Lippincott
I agree with that other person. Alphabet is one of the best songs this year. I rarely by a record for one song, but this time I did, and I was happy with all the other ones.Published on Dec 10 1999
The first 6 tracks are pretty fair, but "Alphabet Aerobics" is worth the seven bucks alone. Good stuff.Published on Nov. 26 1999