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Thread: Dreddy Kruger Presents... Think Differently Two: The Audio Film (December 19th)

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    True Master did 'Old Style' with Eto & Trife, Trife says it.

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    def trumas, beat is in a truemas beat stash i got.. the deck song nice, few others... good mixing... not bad

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    Was gonna cop the CD but 10 bucks to ship in the country is bonkers. Peace

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    ...dope...but i'll say this again...i don't like when artists don't give production credits...that shit aint cool..iwanna know who made the beat 10x more then who mixed and mastered it, or where it was recorded and by who....like wtf?
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    I agree. It should be a requirement to properly credit your producers.

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    ^^ thank you. I had no idea Stoneface produced

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cilvaringz View Post
    def trumas, beat is in a truemas beat stash i got..

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    This is fire. So dope that he got the same lineup.

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    Few tracks I heard so far are good.

    I just now listened to the Inspectah Deck track.

    I bought the first Think Differently Album and loved it. I used to listen to it when I got up and ready in the mornings, or listen to it to wind down after a hard day of work.

    Why?

    For one, the lineup on the album is spectacular. Gza, Ras Kass, Timbo, Prodigal Sunn, Rza, MF Doom, Del, Bronze, U-God, Roc Marciano, Aesop Rock, Planet Asia, J-Live RA The Rugged Man etc. etc. This is an ALL-STAR cast of emcees from that time.

    Dreddy Kruger Introduction 1:12
    –GZA & Ras Kass Lyrical Swords 3:25
    –Vast Aire, Byata, Timbo King & Prodigal Sunn Slow Blues 4:49
    –U-God, Sean Price, Prodigal Sunn & C-Rayz Walz Still Grimey 4:15
    –Various Skit 0:32
    –Casual, Tragedy Khadafi, Rock Marciano* & Vordul Mega Think Differently 4:33
    –Various Informercial: #1 0:38
    –RZA & MF Doom Biochemical Equation 3:56
    –Various O.D.B Tribute 1:51
    –Del Tha Funky Homosapien* Fragments 3:31
    –Various Intermission: 0:27
    –Bronze Nazareth, Solomon Childs & Byata Street Corners 3:17
    –Littles, Khalid (2) & Planet Asia Listen 3:40
    –Various Informercial: #2 0:45
    –Scaramanga Shallah*, La The Darkman, Ras Kass & GZA Verses 4:33
    –Aesop Rock & Del Tha Funky Homosapien* Preservation 2:26
    –C.C.F. Division Cars On The Interstate... 2:17
    –R.A. The Rugged Man & J-Live Give It Up 3:46
    –Bronze Nazareth Black Dawn 3:23

    It was well produced too. It had enough styles of beats for all those different emcees but still sounded like a cohesive album. It doesn't sound like people just emailed in songs for a mixtape. It was well executive produced.

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