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    The History of Rock
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (30 May, 2000)
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    The History of Rock arrives as the sort of superstardom-celebrating release that can buy a hot-selling artist time. (Think, say, G N' R Lies.) After 8 million (and counting) sales of 1998's Devil Without a Cause, the trailer-rockin' rapper is out to remind the world that it hardly started there. Mostly drawn, and often retooled, from his out-of-print Polyfuze Method and Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp, these tracks display a "funky country hick" already on point with his knowing, hardheaded combo of old-school beats and classic-rock guitars. An "American Bad Ass" for sure, but also an artist who could come only from America, Kid Rock brings the noise--not to mention the bread and the circus. --Rickey Wright ... Read more


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    4-0 out of 5 stars From a TRUE Kid Rock fan to another
    You see some Kid Rock haters bash this cd and other cd's of his,but don't be fooled by crude criticism that lays withing the Feminem fans and such... This cd is cool,NOT his best by any means,but still a very cool cd... The intro really sets off the power and energy to the first song which happens to be my all time favorite,American Badass,which if you bought this cd just for one kick rearing song alone,would be well worth the purchase by itself... A couple of the songs like *uck you blind are a bit harsh and the lyrics are a bit repetitive,but you will find that even though,as a whole,the cd itself might not be as great as his others,I would still by this cd over ANY Metallica cd that some of these wankers try to downplay his music too...Kid Rock has a wide deversity of musical talent,that allows him to dwelve into Rap, Rock, Country, SUCCESSFULLY,which the hard core metal bands will never able to do... My rating is about 8-10,

    5-0 out of 5 stars An Awesome Kid Rock Album. May Only Apply for Fans.
    A lot of people don't like this album, but i'm a big Kid Rock fan so I loved it. This might have something to do with me liking it and other people not liking it. This album is quite literally "The History of Rock". Well, Kid Rock anyway. It's an anthology of his older stuff with some newer stuff here and there. Some of its rap and some of its rock, but pretty much all of it is good. His older raps flow together great and I truly think this is one of Rocks best. Here are the tracks:
    American Bada$$: Great song. Rockin' beat. One of Kid Rocks best.
    Prodigal Son: Terrific lyrics. Really good song.
    Paid: A rap song. Kid sounds a lot different. This song is allright.
    Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp: Awesome song. The lyrics are great and funny. They flow together so well. Terrific.
    Dark & Grey: Great lyrics. A mix of rock and rap. Very cool song.
    3 Sheets to the Wind: This song is an older Kid Rock song. It's kind of cool to see how much his style has changed.
    Abortion: This song is allright. The guitar is really good.
    I Wanna Go Back: Very cool rap song. The rhymes in this one flow so well and it sounds so naturaly as if he put no thought in.
    F**k That: This is a f**kin awesome song. Great chorus.
    F**k You Blind: This song is pretty cool. The lyrics are kinda stupid, but other than that...
    Born 2 B A Hick: This song is hilarious.
    My Oedipus Complex: Shows a lot of aggression. Really good though.
    Really good album. A-

    5-0 out of 5 stars Kid Rock Is Incredible, Go to His Concerts; Listen & Watch
    Kid Rock is a fabulous musician and singer.His band is equally wonderful.I have all his music, and I listened to 9 hours as I traveled from my home in Florida back to Maryland.You have missed out if you have not seen his concerts.He includes the audience, and he is awesome.You will feel alive and will love every second of both his music and his CD's.Go see him, and then listen to him, and he is undescribable.He is fabulous and can play any instrument, and go from blues to hard rocking.He can move that body.He is a must see!!!Listen to him, as well!!I am no child and his concerts were attended by tons ofbaby boomers and Harley riders!! ... Read more

    Asin: B00004TCPN
    Subjects:  1. Hard Rock    2. Heavy Metal    3. Pop    4. Rap-Metal    5. Rap-Rock    6. Rock   


    Tha Block Is Hot
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (02 November, 1999)
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    Despite their similarities, the Cash Money Clique's challenge to Master P's No Limit empire is well founded. Even the Clique's most mundane celebrations of sex, wheels, alcohol, and dollars benefit from sharper, more imaginative production--not to mention occasional flashes of humor. Tha Block Is Hot, which serves as much as a posse showcase as a Lil Wayne statement, is entertaining even when it's just serviceable. Gangsta clichés aside, the disc is marked by a sense of fun strong enough that you may not even roll your eyes at its claim that Cash Money plans to stick around for the year 3000. Let's hope for their sake that they don't base their investment plans on such predictions. --Rickey Wright ... Read more


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    5-0 out of 5 stars Best lil wayne cd ever
    Dis da best cd lil wayne ever made it's just hard way harder than da carter and specially dat stupid cd 500 degrees Lil Wayne wwuz young and gangsta ever song is hard on da cd

    4-0 out of 5 stars The block is hot
    The block is hot was lil waynes first solo album, and he comes through good.You have to apreciate this cd for what it is, some beats are outdated so its hard to judge them in this day of time, and lyrically Wayne gets clever once in a while, but most of the time keeps it simple.So overall I'd say this album is worth listening to, this is probably his 3rd best cd, in order they go Tha carter, Lights out, The block is hot, then 500 Degreez.Some of the best tracks on here are :

    #2 the block is hot
    #3 loud pipes
    #8 F the world
    #9 Remember me
    #10 Respect us
    #11 drop it like its hot
    #12 young playa
    #13 enemy turf(best song)
    #15 Come on
    #16 up to me

    if you're thinking about getting this I recommend it for CMR fans, and maybe rap fans in general if you're open minded.3.5 - 4 stars.

    5-0 out of 5 stars lil wayne the son of birdman.
    lil wayne the son of birdman. Just like his dad. Lil wayne is one of the best rappers still in cash money.hits likes Lights Off,Young Playa and Drop It Like It's Hot. I would it a 5 out of 5. ... Read more

    Asin: B00002MYVJ
    Subjects:  1. Dirty South    2. Pop    3. Rap & Hip-Hop    4. Southern Rap   


    The Marshall Mathers LP
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (23 May, 2000)
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    Will the real Slim Shady please stand up? On Eminem's sophomore album, he can't decide who he wants to be: the deranged pseudo-psycho of the Slim Shady LP, or a nice guy who just likes to rhyme about slicing and dicing his girlfriend ("Kim"). Of course, according to Eminem, he's just kidding. He refuses to take responsibility for the misogynistic, homophobic bile he spews, whining that he's the victim of people who don't get his unique sense of humor. It's good old America's fault if the kids aren't alright (Eminem blames bad parenting), and he's just capitalizing on Uncle Sam's dark side. On the Marshall Mathers LP, he's ambivalent about his fame, angry at his life, pissed off that people take him seriously, and fightin' mad at boy bands--and a lot of other white people. But the blue-eyed brat is acutely aware of his status as rap's resident alien: he has the most offensive mouth running, but never uses the "N" word. He gives lyrical love to tragic (black) legends like Tupac and Biggie while dissing white rappers hard. Even sitting duck Puffy gets the kid-gloves treatment. Of course, Eminem is an interesting, witty rapper, and there's some nice production on this CD, courtesy of Dr. Dre and others. But the hatred in Eminem's rhymes makes the album rotten at its core. And his protests that Slim Shady is just a persona become less convincing with each arrest. Then again, Eminem's got it hard: he's rich, famous, white, and male. --Lizz Mendez Berry ... Read more


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    4-0 out of 5 stars Eminem's dark masterpiece
    Eminem's dark masterpiece. This is way different for his first album. This album he is angery and mad. From the first song you here you be come speach less. Over the top lyrics and amazing beats from Dr.dre make this album stand has Eminem's darkest moment so far. Get this album if you like Eminem,rap, or want to here a controversial masterpiece for on of raps most contrversial rap stars ever.

    1 N/A
    2 10/10
    3 10/10
    4 N/A
    5 9.5/10
    6 N/A
    7 10/10
    8 10/10
    9 8.5/10
    10 8.5/10
    11 9.0/10
    12 N/A
    13 8.0/10
    14 8.0/10
    15 7.5/10
    16 8.0/10
    17 8.0/10
    18 9.5/10

    5-0 out of 5 stars Hi...Buy this...or i'll kill you.
    Kill you is one of the catchyiest songs eva. Uhhm well i wish i had the CD with me while im writing this...Stan got way too much credit and it kinda sucks, the who knew song is very good and extremely catchy!! The way i am and the real slim shady, we all know these songs...The ken kaniff thing uhhm..like what the hell!?! Then theirs drug ballad i really like that one and uhhm criminal is good ending song. Note: the song Kim is not for people who dont like violence. BUY THIS CD....REMEBER: YOU LIKED MY REVIEW.

    5-0 out of 5 stars em's best album
    this is emimems second album and by far the best.
    2.kill you 5/5
    3.stan 4/5
    5.who knew 5/5
    6.steve bermen(skit)
    7.the way I am 5/5
    8.the real slimshady 5/5
    9.remember me 4/5
    10.im back 5/5
    11.marshal mathers 5/5
    12.ken kanif(skit)this is sick
    13.drug balled 5/5
    14.amityville 5/5
    15.b....please 2 5/5
    16.kim ?/5 i dont know what to say about this 1
    17.under the influence 5/5
    18.criminal 5/5 ... Read more

    Asin: B00004T9UF
    Subjects:  1. Hardcore Rap    2. Hip-Hop    3. Pop    4. Rap & Hip-Hop    5. United States of America   


    Double Wide
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (13 June, 2000)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Uncle Kracker * follow M*These are my thoughts on a
    These are my thoughts on a cd called uncle kracker. On e song on the cd is Follow Me track 4. This song is a slow song but it is one you would like. This cd was dedicated to is daughter named Skylar. If I had to rate this track I would rate it a 5 out of a 5. A overall rating of the best would be an A.
    This song has no hidden tracks and a great price $13.98. This cd was released June 3,2000. Over those four years theres been over 4000 cds sold across America. The rating they give this cd is 31/2 stars. If you go to amazon.com , you could rate this cd your self.

    This cd is a pop, rock like track. My impression on this cd before I listened to it was ok. After I listened to it I thought that this track was a great cd to relax to. There is eleven songs on this cd and all of them are good, great songs. The people who buy this track you will be happy because no matter what you will not be disappointed for buying a $13.98 cd.

    This cd can be compared to Kid Rock. Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker are good friends. This track will be good for a party or just to listen to. It will be one of the best tracks you will buy. Hey I bought it and I love it {NO NAMES}. So does my friend and next door neighbor. Have luck in buying one of the cd's and have fin.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Actually 4 and a half
    I never been a fan of rap, until I sat down and listened to this CD (especially Heaven).Also instantly becoming a Kid Rock fan as well, whom is featured in two of these tracks.Intro made me laugh out loud for some reason I can't explain.Better Days is a good song, but I'll admit, it got kinda annoying after three minutes.What Chu' Lookin at is my second favourite on this CD for it's mellow verse.Follow Me was the song I listened to this Cd for.Heaven is now my all time favourite song.Steaks N' Shrimp was my least favourite on the CD, but I didn't hate it.Who's Your Uncle? was also not a favourite, but not horrible.Whiskey and Water is my favourite rap/ blues songs I've heard, the only one I've heard too.Yeah Yeah Yeah was good for the mellow, and some of the rap made me laugh.Aces and 8's, tells a good story and is sinister enough for my usual taste.You Can't Take Me is a great way to end this clasic in the Hip Hop/Punk Rock culture.

    5-0 out of 5 stars What a Cd!
    Wow! This is one of the best album's ive ever got. I listened to it for the first time and fell in love. Good Rap/Rock/Country Mix. Not Like His Other 2 albums.
    1. Intro - Kracker gettin on a train...ready to go to the real world

    2.Better Day's - Very good rhymes.Best Song on cd.Not My personal favorate though. 5/5

    3.What Chu' Lookin' At? Another hit. 4.8/5

    4.Follow Me- 1st single. Different then the rest. 3/5

    5.Heaven (feat.Kidrock and Paradime)- My favorate. Kick a** 1,000,000/5

    6.Steaks and Shrimp - Greatness. Another Hip-hop Track. 4.6/5

    7.Who's Your Uncle - Hip-Hop Track. Good. 4/5

    8.Whiskey & Water - A hip-hop/Country track. Could of Been Better. 4/5

    9.Yeah Yeah Yeah - 2nd Single.One Of the better Songs. Its More Rock Then Hip-Hop. 5/5

    10.Aces & 8's - Very Different. Tells a good story. 4/5

    11.You Cant Take Me - Good Song To End The Album.

    Overall: Could of been longer but its kick azz. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004R7TD
    Sales Rank: 21070
    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. American Trad Rock    3. Hard Rock    4. Pop    5. Rap-Metal    6. Rap-Rock    7. Rock    8. Singer/Songwriter   


    WWE Aggression
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (21 March, 2000)
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    All that's missing from this World Wrestling Foundation-sanctioned compilation is a version of Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff." A shrewd marketing move and sometimes even good music, WWF Aggression collects rap takes on 13 theme songs from the televised extravaganzas that brought mega-fame to the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mankind, and even biz honcho Vince McMahon. The tone here is mostly curse-free rap with gangsta and occasional rock overtones. Highlights include Method Man's "Know Your Role," Snoop Dogg and W.C.'s "Hell Yeah," and "No Chance," which brings together Redman, Rock, and turntablist Peanut Butter Wolf. Special mention must be made of "Wreck," which partakes less of the cartoon macho that makes these artists fine matches for their subjects than it does of just plain weirdness. But what else would you expect of a space-odyssey tale recited by Kool Keith and ODB?--Rickey Wright ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly Good
    This cd really suprised me and WWE surprised me by the amount of talent they brought in to work on this, instead of just a bunch of low card no-namers just lookin for a break. This is actually a good cd for anyone who loves wrestling or even if u hate wrestling but are a rap fan. My applause to every artist who worked on this album and to WWE for actually trying.

    5-0 out of 5 stars WWF AGGRESION
    This is a tight cd with many talented rappers on it like Run DMC, Kool Keith, Bad Azz, Ras Kass, MC Eiht, Redman,WC, Snoop Dogg and a load of others, they do rap versions of the WWF themes like D-generation X, Mankind, Kane, Stone Cold, Big Show, Godfather and others. Some of my favorites are "Pimpin aint easy" by Ice-T (Godfather's Theme), "No Chance" by Peanut Butter Wolf, Redman and Rock of Heltah Skeltah (Vince McMahon Theme) Stone Cold's is done by WC & Snoop, DX is done by Run DMC which is tight. Mankind's is done by the ol' dirty bastard and Kool Keith, Kane's is done by The Eastsiderz, New Age Outlaws is doneby RA the Rugged Man, Gangrel's is by C-Murder, Big Show's is by Boo Kapone and MC Eiht.

    Overall this is tight 4.5/5

    Buyit if you like Wrestling and rap mixed togetehr

    And that's all I have to say about that.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Greatest Album
    This was one of the best albums I have ever heard in my entire life. It reminds me of Rossler, Mike, Joey, all calling for me outside my window and saying AAACEEEE can you come outside and play Playstation one or come outside and play scream. and it was during the times when mike (listen to this this is a shock) actually liked rap. and Mike no im not talking about bogus' Notorious BIG album "Life After Death" i am not talking about that. i am talking about something else. remember when you said you liked DMX and Eminem. remember that mike. remember when you said girls are icky. dont lie to me because even rossler said girls are nasty. he said he hates them. but now both of you are hypocrites. WHY!!?? and joey used to call you Frank, Franks. but now they dont even call you Frank no more. WHY?? mike im still gonna call you frank because you are fat and you need to be taught a lesson about surviving. you really need to survive and you dont even like your xbox anymore. you used to come over and play super nintendo and you said its cool and you used to play that basketball game with me but now you turned into a monster. o yea and rossler used to like resident evil and used to be the king at that. but now he transformed into a monster as well and i was trying to convince joey to wear his albanian shirt and his Chicago Bulls 23 Jordan jersey but he doesnt even wanna wear it no more. WHY!!!!??? mike im trying to help you the world is coming to an end if you dont follow me. mike if you think about it i used to have lots of power over everyone. remember when i created the first colt. remember J.A.K.?? remember how i was able to let matt, rossler, you, joey, johnathan get into my group and rebel against one person and fight. it reminds me of that song that eminem song "Mosh" because in his lyrics he says "Come along,follow me,as I lead through the darkness As I provide just enough spark that we need to proceed Carry on,give me hope,give me strength Come with me,and I wont steer you wrong Put your faith in your trust, as I guide us through the fog To the light at the end of the tunnel we gon' fight
    We gon' charge, we gon' stomp
    We gon' march through the swamp
    We gon' mosh through the marsh
    Take us right through the doors" NOW IMAGINE us all in SOG or JAK and singing this and saying we gon charge we gon stomp and me saying carry on give me hope give me strenght. but now look at what you guys have done to the world and done to me. before i had alot of power to bring you guys together and attack everything that destroyed us. but now nobody is gonna listen to me anymore because i have been impeached and i was out of power. but now look at the results of everything that has happend so far. Matt used to be a good guy and really nice to hang out with, he also followed me as a SOLDIER and as a Warrior when he was in JAK, but now all that Weed infected his brain and he refused to stop when i told him to stop. if i had kept going with him id probably ended up a smoker and i hate cigarettes i never wanna be a smoker EVER because people who smoke think there cool. and rossler changed because he drinks and i told him to stop drinking and now i have no control over him no more i used to tell him do this and do that and i remember back then in 2001 i told him "Follow me and i lead through the darkness as i provide just enough spark carry on give me hope give me strenght come with me and i wont steer you wrong" but now i have no control over him, before i did back then when he was only 13 years old and i was like 15. but now i have no control cuz hes 17 and im 18. Dont worry when i turn 21 or 24 ill get my power back. Fat Frank Mike has obviosly changed because he hates PS2, he broke up with his Xbox for someone else, he doesnt listen to me no more, He B ridin on the West Coast, he keeps hanging up on me, he hates Rap Music, and no one calls him frank no more. i mean your brother doesnt listen to rap no more because he listens to gangsta rap and it doesnt exist no more. i remember telling him do you listen to crunk music, and he told me, "Hell Nah Playa, crunk music it aint gangsta" and your brother went mainstream because he got a nextel. so everyone HEAR MY WORDS NAS IS COMING, ACE IS COMING.......It Was Written, and dont forget to get Fluffyville's new album, "Villmatic", and Angabear's new album, "Ace's son" ... Read more

    Asin: B00004HYGX
    Subjects:  1. Dirty South    2. East Coast Rap    3. G-Funk    4. Gangsta Rap    5. Hardcore Rap    6. Hip-Hop    7. Pop    8. Rap & Hip-Hop    9. Southern Rap    10. Underground Rap    11. West Coast Rap   

    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (25 April, 2000)
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    Papa Roach is a breed apart in the nearly overfull rap-rock arena. The Northern California-bred quartet lacks the bluster of Limp Bizkit and the political agenda of Rage Against the Machine, instead serving up an ultra-intense, highly personal brand of funk-punk-rock-rap on their stunning major-label debut. Closer in spirit to Faith No More than Korn, Papa Roach's signature sound is defined by Coby Dick's raspy, forceful vocals. Dick's pointed lyrics astutely address everything from divorce ("Broken Home") and attention deficit disorder ("Thrown Away") to alcoholism ("Binge"). Jerry Horton's memorable, melodic, and insinuating guitar lines and the band's aggro, moshable rhythms provide added weight. Papa Roach's intensity is never forced; the songs here are varied, discrete, tuneful, and cohesive. Indeed, the mellow, reggae- like "Tightrope" is as compelling as the commanding "Last Resort," making Infest one of the most arresting heavy-music debuts of 2000. -- Katherine Turman ... Read more


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    5-0 out of 5 stars The Greatest Album Ever Made
    This must be the single greates album ever made.Nothing else i have even compare to this except "The Sickness".

    Every song on here is worth a 5/5 except "Tight Rope" and "Never Enough" which deserve a 4/5.Coby realy brings out his inner demons and aggresition on this album.This is what put Papa Roach on the market.

    His Rap-Metal is flawless.There isn't too much rapping as Rage Against the machine sometimes tends to do.The great part is it isn't all obnocious screaming.

    As i said before, this album is No.1 and probably always will be with "The sickness" Following Close behind.I realy wish Coby would have made Love Hate Trajetysound like this album did.He didn't and the sales #'s show.When you have something good going for you dont try to change it."If it aint broke dont fix it"the best lesson you'll ever learn.

    Buy this album.You will not be dissapointed.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good album but...
    I'm sure someone has already said this but, I'll go ahead and remind everyone that the single from this album "Last Resort" is a COMPLETE RIP-OFF of Iron Maiden's Ghengis Khan from their album Killers. The riff sound EXACTLY the same. I used to listen to this album every day when I was younger. Papa Roach is a good band but, if you are into hard rock and metal you MUST check out Iron Maidens first 7 albums (All of them are good but, the first seven are complete MASTERPEICES). Anyways if you want to hear for yourself download Iron Maidens Ghengis Khan then Papa Roaches Last Resort and you'll see what I mean.

    1-0 out of 5 stars more laughable stuff...
    from the guys who brought you last resort, the new lp "caught between my parents", about a bunch of guys who are near 30 are still whining about their upbringing to any 9 year old that will buy it.trash........ ... Read more

    Asin: B00004STPK
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Heavy Metal    4. Pop    5. Rock   


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