E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front

マーケットプレイス価格:¥ 1,260 (税込)

レーベル:Elektra / Wea
Amazon.co.jp 売上ランキング:音楽で15552位

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  1. Intro - There's Only One Year Left
  2. Everybody Rise
  3. Where We Are About To Take It
  4. Extinction Level Event (The Song Of Salvation)
  5. Tear Da Roof Off
  6. Against All Odds
  7. Just Give It To Me Raw
  8. Do It To Death
  9. Keepin' It Tight
  10. Gimme Some More
  11. Iz They Wildin Wit Us & Gettin' Rowdy Wit Us
  12. Party Is Goin' On Over Here
  13. Do The Bus A Bus
  14. Take It Off
  15. What's It Gonna Be
  16. Hot S**t Makin' Ya Bounce
  17. What The F*** You Want!!
  18. This Means War!!
  19. Outro - The Burial Song
He's one of the most distinctive MCs around--he's taller, has funkier dreads, has great taste in samples (the Knight Rider theme), has a sense of history ("Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check" comes right from the Sugarhill Gang), and ooh, that growl. Ever since his days in Leaders of the New School--let's trace it back to his contribution to A Tribe Called Quest's classic posse cut "Scenario"--Busta's brought something special to the party. It's all there on Extinction Level Event: there's the Armageddon concept, the guest stars (Janet Jackson, Mystikal, Ozzy Osbourne), and a great soundscape to frame Busta's raps. Still, it feels like something's missing: there's no huge standout hit; the production, in the hands of someone like Timbaland, could be even better; and Busta's raps often feel like he's relying more on that voice rather than writing anything new. But it's hard to fault someone who, even with all his success, includes a skit where the B-boy gets reprimanded with the line, "Look, you played-out player, I don't need you--I got a vibrator." --Randy Silver