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Crackhead Bob
12-31-2009, 11:36 AM
No Said Date

No Said Date
2004

Masta Killa

RZA

Sk3D4lmuU6I

New Hills 36
12-31-2009, 11:46 AM
They said the god was a never comin home...grandma in a nursing home

Grab the Mic then this - perfect opening - MK showing he can hold tracks on his own and he's not just one of the greatest guest MCs ever.

DRUNKENARTS
12-31-2009, 11:48 AM
^^ ye what hills sed

TAURO
12-31-2009, 12:11 PM
There is nothing "classic" about this album at all, calling this album (and track) a classic is putting it up there with something like 4th chamber and that is something I just can't do.

This song is a banger but thats as far as the best joints on this album can achieve imo.

Crackhead Bob
12-31-2009, 12:56 PM
It depends on what your definition of classic is, comparing any track to 4th Chamber would be very lofty standards. If something is a permanent mainstay in my playlist, it's a classic. If it has great replay value, if it has a great beat and great lyrics, it meets my standards. No Said Date meets those standards. Classic.

Beowulf
12-31-2009, 02:25 PM
There is nothing "classic" about this album at all, calling this album (and track) a classic is putting it up there with something like 4th chamber and that is something I just can't do.

This song is a banger but thats as far as the best joints on this album can achieve imo.

I agree wholesale. No Said Date is a solid album, key word: solid. The highs aren't as high, the lows aren't very low, and its consistently pretty good throughout. Most of the album hovers around 3-4 stars for me, except D.T.D, which is a 5 star classic to my ears. Who knows though, I'm the biggest Ghost fan in the world, so maybe I just like his verse on that one.

The real reason though is that Masta Killa is just a poor man's GZA. Yeah, I went there.