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    Quote Originally Posted by LORD ZERO View Post
    nope

    it wasnt nowhere near wack, coulda been alot better tho rhyme wise, holocaust just been away too long
    Nah, the rhymes are fabulous, the reason why some people say his rhymes are wack is cause they don't understand and/or apreciate them.

    There is no other rapper like him out there, wich makes him unique obviously.

    The album is good, yes, but fuck Blue Sky Black Death tho
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    whatever...i really enjoyed the album.
    But i got to be honest lyrically and rhyme wise warcloud/holocaust could have done a lot better
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    Quote Originally Posted by biblebullet View Post
    whatever...i really enjoyed the album.
    But i got to be honest lyrically and rhyme wise warcloud/holocaust could have done a lot better
    yo bible what's up i also really enjoyed the album i do hear though that their was alot of speculation going on around the cd
    like that warcloud wasn't really present when they made the cd
    i hear they just took warclouds verses & threw them over the tracks he was not present
    i hate the pollitics behind the music but in a way i'm just glad to get a new warcloud cd i love that guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAMESH View Post
    i hate the pollitics behind the music but in a way i'm just glad to get a new warcloud cd i love that guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAMESH View Post
    yo bible what's up i also really enjoyed the album i do hear though that their was alot of speculation going on around the cd
    like that warcloud wasn't really present when they made the cd
    i hear they just took warclouds verses & threw them over the tracks he was not present
    i hate the pollitics behind the music but in a way i'm just glad to get a new warcloud cd i love that guy
    respect in representing africa you doing a much better job than me peace.
    If that was the case then why would they do that when they could work with someone else it's not like Warcloud is popular or anything.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TAURO DA GRIM LATIN View Post
    If that was the case then why would they do that when they could work with someone else it's not like Warcloud is popular or anything.
    That was the case.

    Skellington already explained that:

    Holocaust had nuthin' to do with this project and didn't receive a dime for this. They were working together for the "Death Coast" LP yes, but they parted ways somewhere in between and BSBD used the material they had from Holo for their own benefit.
    Some verses werent even dropped on the beat he's actually rappin' on on the album.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ya_Bane View Post
    That was the case.

    Skellington already explained that:
    I never saw skellington's post, still I don't like it when albums are made this way because you can feel that the album is souless because the mc has some sort od distant connection with the production, I don't know how to explain it but when I heard this album I could tell that something was not quite right, on some of the tracks his rhymes seemed slightly out of synch with the beats.

    In anycase no way is this better than NSD Bane, what the fuck where you smoking when you said that?



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    Quote Originally Posted by TAURO DA GRIM LATIN View Post
    I never saw skellington's post, still I don't like it when albums are made this way because you can feel that the album is souless because the mc has some sort od distant connection with the production, I don't know how to explain it but when I heard this album I could tell that something was not quite right, on some of the tracks his rhymes seemed slightly out of synch with the beats.

    In anycase no way is this better than NSD Bane, what the fuck where you smoking when you said that?
    I was pretty sober. But I've also called pretty much every album of 2006 better than NSD. I just don't feel NSD that much.
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