AskeladdenBlack

3rd Bass - The Cactus Cee/D (The Cactus Album) AskeladdenBlack

July 1, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing The Cactus Cee/D (The Cactus Album), CD, Album, CK 45415
Three comments on one of raps greatest albums and also one of the first fully legit albums by white boys in the rap world, PS I wish the reissue's would have been on double vinyl.
onehoop

3rd Bass - The Cactus Al/Bum (The Cactus Album) onehoop

September 3, 2016
referencing The Cactus Al/Bum (The Cactus Album), LP, Album, RE, B0020516-01
I'm guessing they're referring to the "micro"groove of putting that much music onto one disc. Beasties did the same with Paul's Boutique, but music should generally be limited to 18min per side, 21min tops. You can just turn it up if you keep the disc pristine, but it is more susceptible to surface noise be it dust or rub wear. Not a lot of dynamics on this recording, so it would seem a minor complaint in this case as long as it tracks well (despite my subwoofer). I don't have a copy, so this is only a guess.
walkathon

3rd Bass - The Cactus Al/Bum (The Cactus Album) walkathon

July 16, 2016
referencing The Cactus Al/Bum (The Cactus Album), LP, Album, RE, B0020516-01
I've got this reissue. Sounds fine, heavy vinyl, packaging seems identical to original release, so that might be what the OP means as "low-leveled" (vs deluxe?).
the_cosmic_funkonaut

3rd Bass - The Cactus Al/Bum (The Cactus Album) as reviewed by the_cosmic_funkonaut

January 5, 2004
referencing The Cactus Al/Bum (The Cactus Album), LP, Album, 466003 1

Classic Hip-Hop LP from 1989 which has brilliant varied instrumentals and clever, humourous and conscious rhymes a plenty from MC Serch and Pete Nice. The whole album rocks throughout, and sadly albums like this are a rarity in hip-hop. Timeless stuff.