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    What yall know bout this shit?

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    just copped

    seems to fast tempo

    all the songs start with an annoying intro

    idk, not feelin it too much i was expection alot thoh


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    shit goes hard son

    you cant bump this at the computer and really feel it

    this is sittin back in the whip with a cup in ya hand cruisin down the ave type shit

    definitly cop that project pat - day the hood stood still

    another banger from feburary i slept on

    hypnotize camp looking stronger now that lord inf is back on the team

    look out for that new juicy j shit too

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    dirty knowledge i expectt alot mroe from Juicy this summer. I hope he takes it to that real 3-6 dirty shit.

    Pop-A-Pill bangs HARD tho, i didnt like any songs before that one tbh. The best tracks are on the 2nd half. Ima Outlaw is sick too.


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    pop a pill is bangin

    that shit is crazy

    i might kill a bitch if im bumpin that while on some shit

    gotta be careful when you listen to 36 because the devil comes out've you

    no matter how much they've toned down the devilish shit

    and i expect juicy to come out hard, he's got a new single out now i forget the name but it was decent

    it looks like the 36 camp is tryna take it back a few years and go away from their whole holly-hood shit so that's promising

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    I dl'ed this when it leaked a week or two ago. Its OK. Paul is the worse of 3 6 on the mic and too much of him gets grating. Also, too many fake electric guitars on this joint lol I picked and chose my fav's and moved on.

    I Spoils Myself, Walk Like A Stripper, She Wants To Get High, Doin All The Doin, Jook, and Just Like That in random play are cool but none of them are going to be listened to after the next month.

    Listening to this album front to back is not a good idea.


    Juicy J's solo is going to be bangin. If you check the Play Me Some Pimpin mixtape its fucking CRAAAACK. Juicy did it up right with all the soul samples and Project Pat features. If Play Me Some Pimpin is any indication its going to top Last 2 Walk and be the best hypnotize minds album since Crook By Da Book. Check out Hoe Pulla, 30 Inches, Street Lady, and Purple Kush Smokers.


    OVERALL SCALE-A-TON GETS A 6/10
    Last edited by J-DON; 05-13-2009 at 04:01 PM.

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    yeah your right about paul and his voice got worse now. i actually always even preffered gangsta boo over him.

    but man who really wants to hear 3-6 all seperate? i just want them to keep doin group albums, like voltron strength


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    one more thing lord infamous was alwyas my favorite but these beats dont suit him at ALL. saying that paul shoullda stayed off the mic and give them all to lord.


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    its FIRE


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    Yeah, I like the 'smooth' DJ Paul alot better. The Growling DJ Paul is cool in short bursts but over this album his hooks start to kill you. He shoulda switched back to 'smooth' Paul, especially since Infamous is on this record alot. 'Smooth' Paul and Lord Infamous is always a good combo.

    Lord Infamous always shines more over the more 'eerie' sounding beats.


    ALSO, I wanted to hear a few instrumental tracks like "Paul wit Da 45". Where its just a beat and some chopped up rap samples, those were always dope.
    Last edited by J-DON; 05-13-2009 at 06:28 PM.

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    sh1t was over produced, every beat has this 'big' sound to it. no worthwhile melodies

    Paul's boring as a solo artist, i expect alot more from Juicy he was always more entertaining to me
    poppa large, big shot on the east coast..

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