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Old 05-08-2012, 08:17 PM   #10
David Daniel Davis
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I like The Way I Am, that Sitar loop in Pistol, Pistol is another example of an uncommonly used instrument in hip hop creating a surefire banger; American Psycho, That's How....; co produced by Denaun Porter, I liked it that Purple Pills incorporated a harmonica in the beat; that is something you usually do not hear in hip hop; it makes it like the didgeridoo loop in Heavy Mental; Devil's Night, Girls, Soldier, I never particularly cared for Superman until I heard it in a bar on some good speakers and not the crappy ones I have at home and I heard all kinds of subtle bass and instruments I could not hear on my weak ass home speakers; When the Music Stops; co produced by Denaun Porter, Love Me; this is definitely one of my top three Eminem produced beats and showed his true skill to me as a producer; Don't Push Me I would also include in my top three; Go to Sleep would round out my top three; hearing D.M.X. and Eminem on a track together is just priceless; this is something you need a good system to really appreciate; We All Die One Day is a monster; everybody came off on this; Thankfully they just let Tony Yayo do background vocals and not ruin the track; Welcome to D Block is another surefire banger; Loyalty hits hard; 6 in the Morning is thugged out; Get My Gun is another joint everybody comes off on; I'm Supposed to Die Tonight is ridiculously hard; Jamaican Girl is a joint for women to shake their ass to; Kill Me A Mutha embodies everything I like about most Eminem beats; dark and simple but effective; You Don't Know knocks things off of my walls and shelves everytime I play it at full volume; it was a wise move to stick Tony Yayo in the background again for this one because all he does is ruin everything he gets on; Trapped makes you wish it was a full song; the joints he did for Ca$his' e.p. were nice also; Psycho is a nice little joint 50 Cent gets hype on and his joints on Hellhe Sequel brought the beast out of them; I admit thinking that their chemistry had diluted since their time apart but this mini project proved me wrong; with that being said; I am looking forward to more fire beats from Eminem in the coming years.
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