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NATE DOGGG-Funk Classics Vol.1&2Holy Shiznit, I can’t believe that I finally found this. It’s a little old, but Nate Dogg is
December 1, 2001, 12:00am

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Nate Dogg

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G-Funk Classics

Vol.1&2

Breakaway/Navarre

Holy Shiznit, I can’t believe that I finally found this. It’s a little old, but Nate Dogg is still the hardest rapper in the world! He’s so hard that he’s actually a singer, an originator, the hot chorus hitmaker, the undisputed O.G. King of G-Funk crooning! This double CD is gangster soul that is guaranteed to get your baby’s mama’s grandma’s groove back (especially if she’s a project ho). Front on the Nate Dogg all you want, but this release is exactly what that album title says it is: G-Funk Classics! Beeyatch!

—Suge Nightlite

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Slimm “Cutta” Calhoun

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The Skinny

Aquemini/Elektra

This is one dirty south, country muthafukka! Shit, he’d make Willie Nelson either blush or try to start rappin fa’sho. I wish I was as country as his biscuit and scrapple eatin’ ass. I’d chase lil’ white kids around in a big ass Chevy and then go chill at K-Mart parking lot with my black trash bitch ‘til 2am. Only difference is, I’d dip with some Now-n-Laters.

—Clyde Singleton

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Wild Pitch

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Classics

Wild Pitch/JCOR

Like the title implies, these are classics. A sharp reminder of how lame hip-hop has become with all its consumerism pop feel appeal nonsense. The previously unreleased demo of Main Source and Large Professor’s “How My Man Went Down in the Game” and The Coup’s “Dig It” are ten years old and still blow anyway every current thing in hip-hop with the exception of Vordul and Vast.

—John Keytrix

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Audio Vice
Emusic

"The heads at Vice Mag have cruised our site and come up with their faves in the realm of beats and breaks, stackin' together this collection of tracks that spans the reaches of hard d'n'b from Roni Size, to the humor of the hefty Biz Markie. Definitely worth listen and a peep."
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Name

Album

Rating

Nate Dogg G-Funk Classics Vol.1&2 9 Les Architekts “Le Diable Joue Un Jeu” 12” 8 Slum Village “Fall In Love Remix” 12” 9 Troy Dunnit “Let’s Go” 12” 8.5 KAM Kamnesia 1 Truth Enola “No Matter What They Say” 12" 7 Maspyke “54th Regiment” 12” 8 KMD Black Bastards 9 Wild Pitch Classics 9 Slimm “Cutta” Calhoun The Skinny 8

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Name

Album

Rating

HI-TEK

Hi-Teknology

Big Punisher

Endangered Species

Cannibal Ox

Cold Vein

DJ z-trip & dj p

Uneasy Listening, Volume 1

V/A

QB Finest

Various Artists

Monster Booty

V/A

Rootical Vibrations

Jigmastas

Infectious

Awol One & Daddy Kev

Souldoubt

Self Scientific

The Self Science

Dream Weavers

Dream Weavers

Clouddead

Clouddead

Clouddead

Clouddead

Basement Jaxx

Rooty

DJ Assault

Jefferson Ave (The Accelerated Funk)

Freq Nasty/DJ Dee Kline

“Every Posse & Crew”

V/A mix by Andrew Weatherall

Hypercity

Plaid

Double Figure

V/A

Turbo Studio Sessions 2

Herbert

Bodily Functions