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Mad Vibes - Clowning In Seclusion FLAC

Mad Vibes - Clowning In Seclusion FLAC Performer: Mad Vibes
Album: Clowning In Seclusion
Country: US
Released: 1999
Label: Not On Label
Genre: Hip-Hop
Size FLAC: 2349 mb.
Size MP3: 1656 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 225
Record Source: CD, Album




Tracklist


1Roll With Me
2Simple & Plain
3Grits
4The Bucket
5Mistakes
6Rodney
7Ghetto Dreams
8Rodney
9Street Life
10Clowin' In Seclusion
11Wino
12Toya
13Other Level
14Under Scrutiny
15Madd Man
16Ride The MV


Credits


  • ProducerEric Paige


Notes


Only a small batch of these were made. Inserts/artwork (back insert is just a white page with track titles and "Mad Vibes Entertainment" printed on black letters, both spines are blank)

Copy-paste from this 1999 review from RapReviews ( source : http://www.rapreviews.com/1999/04/mad-vibes-clowning-in-seclusion/ ) , NOT my review :

Once in a while, you come across an up-and-coming producer whose sound gives you the feeling, “Damn, that dude is about to blow in a major way.” Such can be said of Dr. Madvibes and his erstwhile crew of the same name. Much like a Wu-Tang compilation or a DJ Muggs album can be said to be more about the beats than the talent (however talented they may be) the same is true of this new album.

You’ll find Dr. Madvibes freaking a variety of different styles with equal aplomb throughout. On the opening cut “Mistakes” he freaks a Cali-style G-Funk, then switches up to a straight lowrider flavor on “Other Level”. The album’s most standout track is “Roll With Me” — flavor filled with a dope piano chop, snappy bassline, hand claps and horn samples. Lead rapper Mad Doc even gets some props for his ill “leanin on the six-pence” verse that ends with the ill image of homeboy getting his groove thang on with Whoopi Goldberg. WHOA DERE!

To be fair, this is not a perfect compilation. The unaptly named “Madd Man” sounds rather mediocre and the opening MC kills any groove with his high (pre-pubescent?) voice; and whoever suggested “Street Life” as a song really played themselves (ever checked the DOZEN OTHER VERSIONS of this song out there fellas)? But with funky songs like “Ride the MV” carrying the groove, I think you’ll be hearing more from this Detroit, Michland producer with or WITHOUT his crew. Somebody should tell him and Eminem to hook up!

Overall Score : 7
Music: 8
Lyrics: 6

From RapReviews.com : http://www.rapreviews.com/1999/04/mad-vibes-clowning-in-seclusion/