Tony D ‎– Master Of The Moaning Beats

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Cha-Ching Records ‎– 1312-2
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1 Me And My Girl
Featuring – Rahzii*
2 Trenton Skit
3 He's The Boss
4 Watch Them Go
5 Robot Wars
6 Down In The Ghetto
7 Great White
8 Anything Dead
9 Bust
Featuring – Outsidaz
10 A-Rod
11 Knee Slapper
12 The Rules
13 I Have Been Here Before
14 2K2
15 Peep The Move
16 3 Flavors
17 Say Yeah!!
18 Future

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  • Barcode: 694006130122

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boombapp28

boombapp28

December 12, 2009
edited over 6 years ago

This album finds a post y2k Tony D still maintaining depite the rise and saturation of jiggy/club rap and the budding big beat/electronica scene. He even drops a couple nice house tunes for good measure to change the pace.

Most of the album is instrumental with a few skits and two vocal tracks; one being "Me and My Girl" which is a reggae hop interpretation of Sublime's "Summertime". It even samples Herbie Mann's "Doin' Time" and adds a swinging hip-hop drum track for good measure.

The second track with vocals is "Bust" with the Outsidaz. A nice little thug anthem which interpolates the melody of an old Frank Sinatra tune.

Overall, this is a quality instrumental album. Keeping with Tony's sampling ingenuity, check "He's the Boss". It includes a chop of Big Pun spitting his famous tongue-twisting "little Italy" verse that any true hip hop fan will recognize and adds some Italian mobster dialogue to give the track a cinematic vibe. Hard drums and seeping basslines abound, it's a nice collection of instrumental beats that kind of has a notebook-like feel to it.

My copy is signed by the late Tony D.