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Masta AceA Long Hot Summer

Label:M3 Macmil Music – M3001
Format:
CD, Album, Digipak
Country:US
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Genre:Hip Hop
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Tracklist

1The Count (Skit)2:11
2Big City
ProducerDug Infinite
3:01
3Good Ol Love
Backing VocalsLeschea, Mr. Lee G
Producer9th Wonder
3:46
4Fats Belvedere (Skit)0:38
5Da Grind
FeaturingApocalypse (3)
ProducerKhrysis
ScratchesDJ JS-One*
3:27
6H.O.O.D.3:45
7The Stoop (Skit)0:53
8Beautiful
Backing VocalsWordsworth
ProducerKoolade
4:24
9F.A.Y.
Backing VocalsPunchline
FeaturingStrick
ProducerDR Period
3:34
10Fats Crib (Skit)0:35
11Soda & Soap
FeaturingJean Grae
ProducerDJ Spinna
4:12
12Do It Man
FeaturingBig Noyd
ProducerMarco Polo (3)
2:56
13Bklyn Masala
FeaturingLeschea
ProducerXplicit
ScratchesDJ JS-One*
4:18
14The Proposition (Skit)1:38
15Travelocity
FeaturingPunch & Words
ProducerNostradamus (2)
3:51
16The Ways
ProducerDJ Serious
ScratchesDJ Ody-Roc
3:28
17Wutuwankno
FeaturingEd O.G
ProducerDug Infinite
4:11
18The After Party (Skit)1:08
19Oh My God
FeaturingRahzel, The Beatnuts
Other [Soundbite]J-Zone
ProducerXplicit
ScratchesDJ JS-One*
3:50
20Cellmate (Skit)1:16
21Revelations
Backing VocalsLeschea
BassAnthony Lucas
Co-producerDJ Rob (2)
KeyboardsShawn Lucas
ProducerMasta Ace
3:50
22Skit Outtakes2:37
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Exclusively manufactured and distributed by Studio Distribution

The Cast:
Masta Ace - Himself
Fats Belvedere - Himself
"E" - Frankie Aikens
Hotel Maintenance Guy - Franklyn Grant Jr.
Promoter - Steve Dent
Cell Mate - Michael Rappaport

12-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 89782 09012 8
  • Barcode (String): 689782090128
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): DADR 37FG1<7123>02YM31
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L483
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 7703
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): DADR 37FG1<7123>02YM31
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L483
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 81C0
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): DADR 37FG1<7123>02YM31
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI L483
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): ifpi 771

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A Long Hot Summer (2×LP, Album)M3 Macmil MusicM3001LPUS2004
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A Long Hot Summer (CD, Album, Promo)M3 Macmil MusicM3001US2004
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A Long Hot Summer (CD, Album, Promo)M3 Macmil MusicM3US2004
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A Long Hot Summer (2×LP, Album, Reissue, Orange Transparent)HHV.de, M3 Macmil MusicHHV224Germany2013
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A Long Hot Summer Instrumentals (2×LP, Album)HHV.deHHV 300Germany2014

Reviews

  • jujuliquid's avatar
    jujuliquid
    Killer concept album and a great listen from start to finish. Ace
    • detalone's avatar
      detalone
      This album takes the definition of modern hip hop to the next level. I've never thought that Masta Ace would be one of my favourite artists. But since he came with EMC to Lodz (Poland) in 2008 on Outline Coulour Festival, I've made up my mind. All the songs were tremendous, mostly from this album and EMC - The show.
      As for A long hot summer album - this is a complete new level of hip hop. Tracks like Good ol love, Beautiful, Bklyn Masala, Oh my god are the best in all ways. Lirycally and musically this album beats all the albums released in 2004. This one is a classic in my collection, so if you're wondering if it's worth to have it - trust me, it's really worth
      • LyrikalSkillz's avatar
        LyrikalSkillz
        Edited 16 years ago
        This was the first Masta Ace album I had ever listened to...and it had me searching for his entire catalogue! One of 2004's hottest HipHop releases. Between "Da Grind", "Brooklyn Masala", "Revelations", "The Ways" and the 9th Wonder produced "Good Ol' Love", can't decide which track takes the top spot. But it doesn't really matter...coz this is one of the best albums packed with lyrics of the highest standards and excellent beat production. Whilst the skits tell a story...the tracks are strategically placed to stay in stride with the storyline. The end-product is a well-rounded album that defines the direction HipHop should be taking.