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Mr. Xcitement Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (Sept. 13 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B000AE8GFC
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1. Blow Yo Mind Intro
2. It's A Wrap featuring Letha Face
3. Hit 'Em Up, Roll Out featuring Letha Face
4. Get Down featuring Boo Kapone, Squeak Ru and MC Eiht
5. Don King Speaks To U-God
6. I'm Talkin' To You
7. Kick Azz
8. You Don't Want To Dance
9. Go Get Pretty Like Me
10. A Long Time Ago featuring Ebony Burke
11. Stop (Carry On) featuring Ebony Burke
12. Bump
13. Dedication Skit
14. Don't Love The Drugs
15. Heart of Stone
16. Jenny

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa5a99e70) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa591793c) out of 5 stars garbage from alpha to omega Oct. 18 2007
By Kurupt - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is garbage from the start to the finish of this mockery of album. What happened to the u-god on the wu tang albums? all the lyrics are weak, the hooks suck, and the beats are weak also. That is a very dangerous combination. This album is so bad I almost want to recommend that u-god stops rapping. This album displays how weak he is (on the solo tip) and how much he needs the rest of the wu to help him pick a good beat and produce some decent lyrics. U-god should never stray too far away from his clan.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5917990) out of 5 stars Mr. Xcitement !!! - Is he or isn't he, you decide! Jan. 29 2006
By Kunal Vaghela - Published on
Format: Audio CD
After the complete meltdown of the Hillside Scramblers LP, U-God came back from what many artist wouldn't even consider doing, and that is putting out a solo joint. Has it paid-off, maybe or maybe not, but for many Wu-Tangers out there, dont be expecting any production work from the RZA, because it doesn't contain the sound that we have all been acustomed to. Despite the lack of familiarity, dont let that put you off, because it is a solid release with some high energy, head bumping beats. U-God in my mind has always been underrated, but on this LP you can see some appreciation for his work on the rather ammusing skit "U-God speaking to Don King". The album also shares some emotions with cuts like "Drugs" and "Jenny". U-God also displays the gangsta rap side of himself on cuts like "Get Down" and with his superficial styles of "Go Get Pretty Like Me" shows U-God has to show a little swagger. May not be U-God's finest work put on display, but it does have enough material to overlook the weaker cuts on this particular LP.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5917dc8) out of 5 stars 2nd solo album is on point -- possibly 4.5 stars Sept. 17 2005
By G$ - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Almost 6 years since he released his debut solo album, the quietest member of the Wu lately is back finally. Mr Xcitement is better then his debut. Of the 14 songs on here, 1 is a classic, 1 is a classic, 2 I skip, 2 are ok, and the rest are good or great songs. Guests are only rapping on 3 songs and do the hook on 2 others so you get a lot of U-God here. Production is great for his style and it makes his delivery seem much more on point. Leatha Face & DJ Homicide each do 4 songs, Mike Baiardi does 3, The Produkt does 2 and 4th Disciple does 1 song. After a few shaky moments with fellow Wu-Tang members he patched things up but there is no one affiliated with the Wu on this album and it does not sound anything like a Wu-Tang release. It's nice to hear from a member of the Wu once again, and a must have album for his fans.

#1 - 8 (short, upbeat intro)
#2 - 9 (f/ Leatha Face -- tight song with nice upbeat production)
#3 - 8 (f/ Leatha Face)
#4 - 10 (CLASSIC -- f/ MC Eiht, Boo Kapone, Squeek Ru -- great west coast beat)
#6 - 8
#7 - 6
#8 - 9 (tight beat)
#9 - 8
#10 - 7.5 (f/ Ebony Burke - about his pops)
#11 - 9 (f/ Ebony Burke -- positive song -- nice beat)
#12 - 6 (dirty song)
#14 - 8.5 (about the evil of drugs)
#15 - 7.5
#16 - 9 (an apology to a girl named Jenny -- nice beat)

Lamont Hawkins -- New York, NY
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa67211a4) out of 5 stars Underrated album, give it a listen. Dec 11 2013
By 367c_ - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Do not come into this album expecting a classic Wu feel cuz you're not going to get anything even remotely close to that. This album was released in a time where U-God was pretty distant from the Clan. He had decided he would do his own thing, which is why the only Wu production on this album is one track from 4th Disciple and no features.

To be honest, Mr. Xcitement has a west coast type of feel. And I don't really get the fuss about the beats. While U-God is far from lyrical here, I thought the collection of beats was pretty solid.

The album starts off with a solid intro titled "Blow Ya Mind." The next two songs are bangers and easy selections for highlights. It's a Wrap, produced by underrated producer, DJ Homocide, is a back-and-forth between U-God and Letha Face. The next track, Hit 'Em Up, Roll Out, also features Letha Face and is also very good. Get Down has a classic west coast type of beat and even features legendary rapper, MC Eiht.

The Don King skit is semi-interesting. I'm Talkin' to You has a unique beat, pieced together with a guitar. Next is Kick Azz, which is an alright track. Not bad, but far from great. You Don't Want to Dance has a G-Unit type feel.

Go Get Pretty Like Me is alright. A Long Time Ago is a pretty personal song, produced by 4th Disciple and I didn't like it very much at first but it grew on me. Stop (Carry On) is the most R&B-flavored track and is solid and positive. Bump was the lead single, and I'll be honest, it's my guilty pleasure that I think it's a good song. Letha Face made a great beat and U-God flowed well.

Dedication is a prelude to a great track titled Drugs, which is another personal one. Heart of Stone was alright. On the closing track, Jenny, U-God sings the whole song. I understand it's an apologetic and personal song and I don't mind his subpar singing on choruses at all, but this song was just so corny I can't get with it at all. By far the worst track on here...

Alright, so outside of the 3 skits/interludes, we have 13 tracks in here. Jenny is the only track here I don't really like. Heart of Stone was mediocre.

The rest were all at least pretty good. A Long Time Ago grew on me but still isn't great. Kick Azz and Bump are pretty good. I admit it, those beats are great and his flow on Bump is solid. Stop is solid and inspirational but I'm not a fan of R&B-flavored joints that much. Go Get Pretty Like Me was good as well. It's a Wrap was an above average track.

The top 5 tracks in my opinion are:
1. Hit 'Em Up, Roll Out
2. Drugs
3. Get Down
4. You Don't Want to Dance
5. I'm Talkin' to You

This album's underrated. By no means is this a great album. It's definitely one of the weakest Wu solo albums, but I don't know if it's the worst. That top 5 there, along with It's a Wrap are good enough for me to reccomend this to any fan of U-God. If you listen to this with an OPEN MIND and see it for what it is, you may come out surprised. It has a different sound to it than anything any Wu member has ever done because U-God was trying to find his own sound. Now unfortunately, it's hard to find this for a good price (I got mine for $20...) but if you ever see it for $10-$15 and you don't have it yet, COP IT! The Hillside Scramblers has the same flavor as well and you can cop that for a good price.

Overall, I give this like a 3.6/5. How does that compare to U-God's other solos? I would say Golden Arms Redemption and Dopium are both a 4.5/5 and The Keynote Speaker is a 4.3/5.

1. Golden Arms Redemption/Dopium (tie; 4.5/5)
3. The Keynote Speaker (4.3/5)
4. Mr. Xcitement (3.6/5)

Mr. Xcitement is by far U-God's worst album. But that does NOT mean it's bad. There's enough solid material that I think this is an enjoyable listen for U-God fans who go into it with an open mind. I'm gonna rate this 5, just for the sake of making the overall look better cuz it's way too low. But yeah, check it out on YouTube or something.

And support Uey by copping his two new albums, Dopium and Keynote Speaker NOW if you haven't got them yet. Both are incredibly dope and two of the best albums by a Wu member in recent memory.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6721288) out of 5 stars NOT A BAD CD Sept. 26 2006
By J. Borel - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I'm not quite sure what some of these other comments are hinting at when they say U-God bombed on this one. First of all if you aren't a fan of the Wu-tang Clan, then I don't know why you would by this. The album is a decent buy for the fans. As a fan myself(of U-God and the Wu) I thoughroughly enjoyed it. Overall about half of the album gets your head bobbin while the other half resides in the waste land of this and that. If you're a fan I recommend it, but if all you do is listen to commercialized Rap then I suggest you go hop on another bandwagon. It's a classic U-God cd in my opinion.