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Bootlegs & B-Sides (Vinyl) Import

4.3 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • LP Record (Nov. 22 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Priority Records
  • ASIN: B000003B36
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
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1. Robbin' Hood (Cause It Ain't All Good)
2. What Can I Do? [Remix]
3. 24 WRR an L
4. You Know How We Do It [Remix]
5. 2 N the Morning
6. Check Yo Self [Remix]
7. You Don't Wanna **** Wit These ['93 ****][#]
8. Lil Ass Gee [Eerie Gumbo Remix]
9. My Skin Is My Sin
10. It Was a Good Day [Remix]
11. U Ain't Gonna Take My Life
12. When I Get to Heaven [Remix]
13. D'Voidofpopniggafiedmegamix

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By H3@+h on March 20 2004
Format: Audio CD
This disc probably isn't that essential, but for the fanatic it's a must. It's a pretty solid mix of stuff. "24 With An L" is good, and I really like "My Skin Is My Sin". But this also has some sweet remixes. "I Was A Good Day" is different but good, and my favorite is "U Ain't Gonna Take My Life", which has great lyrics, and samples the Chili Peppers "Sir Psycho Sexy", and En Vogue's "Never Gonna Get It". The last track is a sweet continuous mix of many of "Cubes" past hits. If you're a fan of his early 90's stuff, check out "Bootlegs & B-Sides".
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Format: Audio CD
Ice Cube's 'Bootlegs and B-sides' may be considered slow in part because it doesn't have all the slick rhymes and trash talk attitude heard so much on MTV recently; but Ice Cube is one of the greatest rappers alive because of his lyrical content.He raps about racism from cops, street violence, and making it to heaven. He makes it clear that his mind is not set on making money anyway he can; I would definitely categorize him with Tupac.
WESTSIDE FOR LIFE, BABY!
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Format: Audio CD
I don't think it's Cube's best yet, but this is HELLA TIGHT!!! I just love "robbin hood..." and the remix of "you know how we do it" is tight as f#ck, even though the original is better. ther are more thight tracks I can write about but I'll make it short. The MegaMix at the end is straight up DOPE with Cube's ALL past work! Buy it!!!!!!!
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Format: Audio CD
This album is a nice mix of some new previously unreleased tracks and some remixes of old tracks, but nothing special. As the case with most remixes, the originals are better, and the new songs aren't that great. Unless you are a die hard Cube fan or see this for an incredibly low price, it's probably not worth buying. Best track: "It Was a Good Day remix"
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Format: Audio CD
not nearly as strong as amerikkka's most wanted but then again from Cube what is?but this is good.it has some of his hits&solid mixes as well.a essential listen.back when music mattered most to Cube.
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