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Definitive Jux Presents 3

3.7 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (March 9 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Definitive Jux
  • ASIN: B0001ENYJO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #388,361 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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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

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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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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The Jukie jury has been silent for too long... The new acts on Def Jux are just not in the same class as El-P (whose phenomenal jazz album "High Water" dropped the same day), Aesop Rock, Can Ox, MURS, and RjD2, and the album suffers immensely because of it. I will not name names but there are some incredibly awful tracks on this one, the kind that grow irritating after thirty seconds and cannot even be listened to in their entirety. Nothing on here comes close to matching any of the label's earlier output.
This is not a diss from a fickle fan, this is a plea to the greatest hip hop label of all time to continue producing what they're known for: QUALITY ART.
I suppose it is obvious that one cannot expect a "Fantastic Damage", "Bazooka Tooth", "I Phantom", or "Cold Vein", every release... and yes this is a compilation, not an album, but this is weak. Come on. Honestly. Even the cover art (merely a replica of the website homepage) is uninteresting and (gulp) commercial.
I'm sorry but I have to be honest, and I'm not trying to hurt sales with my opinions- in fact, buy it and form your own judgement. Buy it if only for the reason that this label should be supported. I am simply a concerned fan, and I think I speak for a lot of people who absolutely love this label and would faithfully stand behind anything it produces- This one hurts.
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First off this album is the best hip hop mix cd ever so far.Compilation i mean.It's really worth the price for all u bums out there who would rather buy someone more pop shet.Buy this and you won't at all be disappointed.Theres a DVD that has 2 new music videos, C-Rayz Walz- 3 Card Molly, C-Rayz Walz-Buck 80, and Aesop Rock- No Jumper Cables (dj pawl remix) which all are dope tracks. For all new to this, peep their website and all in all The Perceptionists tore up their track "medical aid" and Rob Sonic with "dylsexia" and EL-P and Camu Tao "WMR" is the best track i think.4th Pyramid is also a dope mc.Peep his 1st album.SA Smash is gettin better!And expect really good songs from Hanger 18..this track on here wasnt their best.And big things to come for RJD2, just wait.MURS is coming out with a new album in a week or so called "3:16" that will be awesome.Despot is new 2 the DJX roster.While Phase 2 does alot of their artwork thats hella dope.If you like music that sounds awesome, peep this.I listen to lots of music, being a musician your tastes are better than the fans, obviously.Just buy the gcd ... cd already!!
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By A Customer on March 21 2004
Format: Audio CD
Sigh, can you really compare El-P's new cd to this release? No, because one's a jazz album, and one's hip hop. Now that that is out of the way, I have to say i think the opposite of "Donn Ronn" the idiot. I've seen almost every def jux artist in concert, new and old, and must say the new artists defenitely aren't bogging this cd down. The tracks from Aesop Rock, Murs, and RJD2 and other def jux vets are awesome, and tracks from rookies like 4th pyramid, and especially hangar 18 are very dope. I think if there is someone bogging the record down it would be el-p himself. some of his lyrics, like the ones on WMR, aren't what you would expect to hear from el-p. Despite the occasionaly dull/cliche lyrics from camu-tao's collab with el-p, or on his joint as SA Smash, all the beats are awesome, and its overall a good taste of what's to come from def jux.
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