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    dont see this get mentioned much here but this is the shit

    im pretty sure its out of print so heres the link, let me know if its not working
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/v324dh
    Last edited by energizer; 06-07-2009 at 11:38 PM.

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    hit a dude wit a link yo
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    i always wondered if that was emilio estevez on the cover??


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    i wont lie, but i have looked at this c d at the record store, but i never bought it, 3rd bass is tight, i think i should buy it. steppin to the a m is a dope beat
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    the remix LP is even hotter


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    3rd bass is that shit.
    smart lyrics, dope beats. and they brought a LOT to hip hop even after they broke up.

    i dont know if the mellow tone of this record would translate well to this new generation of hip hop fans.
    but i do think they were the first white hip hop act to really be accepted for their music. (sorry beasties)

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    What 3rd bass should I get? I always wanted to get some but I never knew where to start and what was good..

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    well, homeboy. there are really only 3 3rd bass albums.

    start with the first one, "the cactus album"

    then hit the second e.p." the cactus revisited"

    and "derelicts of dialect" (witch i always thought was one of the most underrated albums of the time period).

    serch and pete nice both put out solo albums too. serch's was "return of the product" and pete's was "dust to dust". they arent as good as the 3rd bass stuff, but they are still better than 85% of the shit people put out nowadays. catch a young nas on serch's album, & a young cage on pete nice's album.

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