MP3 Against The Grain - Operation Takeover
Komplettes MP3 Album von Against The Grain
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: MURDERDOG RATES THIS CD AT 4 1/2 NUTS. "HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. GO GET IT" - Scott Bedja
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AGAINST THE GRAIN is Little Rock Arkansas' best new rap group. Their debut CD, "OPERATION TAKEOVER," is their calling card and their mission. As the group name implies, they're taking music in a different direction. While some performers merely rap about their alledged 20-inch rims over sampled loops, AGAINST THE GRAIN has a sound that strikes instantly with aggressive energy. Yet, it has the realness to make you want to spin it time and time again.
Against The Grain's sound is "sophisticated southern flavor," like Trick Daddy meets Quincy Jones. It makes for some spicy music with rap, raggea, r&b, rock n' roll, and funk all melded together into the best tasting gumbo you've ever heard. The secret? It's all in the sauce, "Arkan-sauce," that is. It's high-energy, hook-laden rap music for people who don't like anything weak or fake. There are no jacked beats on this CD whatsoever. It's all homemade in the beat kitchen.
Here's the complete review from MurderDog
"Two guys and a girl outta Little Rock, Arkansas. This here is a killer group, I thought they were from Memphis at first because they got that real upbeat crunk style. One track that really blew me away was called, "We're Dangerous". It's like heavy-fuckin' metal. You got ghetto-ass muthafuckas with this heavy guitar and shit. You hear this kind of shit more and more today, just like all these Rock muthafuckas are rappin. And there's nothing like a good Rap/Rock record. I'm not talkin' about no wimpy-ass Limp Trisket-I mean some real hard shit like Al Kapone did back in the day. Against The Grain came tight and they cover all aspects of the game-from the mellow Too Short type shit to the raw killer shit.-"Dear America" is a good one, basically talkin about how fucked up the United States is. They really shed some light on the situation and say we need to make a change. Then at the same time, if you cross 'em you're endin up in the trunk. This group is good and they've got the production to back them up. One of these days some A&R executives might get up off their ass and go down to places like Arkansas. It's not only happening in Atlanta or New York City. Highly recommended. Go get it." - Scott Bejda