Sir Lucious Left Foot... The Son of Chico Dusty (Deluxe Edition)
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||ExplicitFeel Me (Intro)||Big Boi||1:28||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDaddy Fat Sax||Big Boi||2:36||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitTurns Me On||Big Boi||3:29||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitFollow Us||Big Boi||3:35||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitShutterbugg||Big Boi||3:35||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitGeneral Patton||Big Boi||3:12||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitTangerine||Big Boi||4:14||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitYou Ain't No DJ||Big Boi||5:31||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHustle Blood||Big Boi||4:00||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitBe Still||Big Boi||5:10||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitFo Yo Sorrows||Big Boi||3:41||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitNight Night||Big Boi||3:45||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitShine Blockas||Big Boi||3:45||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitThe Train, Pt. 2 (Sir Lucious Left Foot Saves the Day)||Big Boi||5:20||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitBack Up Plan||Big Boi||3:43||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitTheme Song||Big Boi||3:47||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitShine Blockas (Remix)||Big Boi||3:46||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|18||VideoShutterbugg (Bonus Video)||Big Boi||4:21||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|19||VideoFollow Us (Bonus Video)||Big Boi||3:13||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|20||VideoGeneral Patton (Bonus Video)||Big Boi||3:45||$1.99||View in iTunes|
Sir Lucious Left Foot…The Son of Chico Dusty was a few years in the making with a label change and all the attendant leaked tracks and snags. Big Boi's first proper solo album nonetheless sounds like it could have come together in a couple of drama-free (if somewhat frenzied) months. It’s one of the loosest, most varied, and entertaining albums of its time. Big Boi is in top form, rattling off agile, head-spinning, and frequently irreverent tongue twisters like “Witness the n*gga that spit that vicious pitbull attack s**t when it comes to this rap shit” and “When she’s liquored up I’m leaving my fingerprints on her butt.” The variety of beats, most of which Big Boi co-produced, are even more mystifying, slathered in ideas yet robust in foundation. What’s most prominent in “Tangerine” is the knocking/snapping rhythm, but it enters with what could have developed into a grunge dirge and incorporates booming bass, a synthesizer vamp filtered through a large plastic tube, electro zaps, scorching guitar flameout, and some piano fit for a power ballad’s coda. It’s an eloquently crude strip-club anthem (of course). The superbly bombastic “General Patton” is a melee of triumphant horns, a blasting opera choir, and rallying rhymes like “Pick on somebody your own size and f**k around, get kilt/But not like the kilt above the knees/BB will plant you n*ggas like seeds, or fertilizer for the trees.” Anchored in whomping bass and rattlesnake hi-hats, the battle anthem is capped by Big Rube's fathoms-deep-toned recitation of the slayed’s last rites. Bullfrog electro that quotes the System and Soul II Soul, a victory lap aided by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, and loads of low-slung Southern funk — not to mention what sounds like a warm, bittersweet spin on Diddy’s “Last Night” — are also pulled off to equally excellent effect. Sir Lucious Left Foot lacks something as universally appealing and tidy as “The Way You Move,” but that is not a problem — not when Big Boi casually conveys that he is as much an imaginative artist as his other half in OutKast. [A clean version of the album was also released.]
1 half of outkast always overshadowed by Andre 3000 now proves he's just as good. Real hip hop.
1/2 of OutKast Is Back!
This album is AMAZING!
Classic Organized Noize production,
along with a lot of creativity including sum jazzy feel that OutKast hype.
The features fit in prefectly with every song except Shine Blockas Remix.
Other then that, one of the best albums ive heard all year.
Definently cop it. You wont be dissappointed.
Support Big Boi =)
Was a bit late... but well worth the wait!
Even though it had taken Big Boi quite some time to finally release Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty, he did another great job in what some of the community says is Hip Hop's last hope, as if Big Boi is some kind of Skywalker. I've been a fan of OutKast since the early days of slammin cadillac doe's and pimpin hoes, but what I like most about them, is their fresh and clean feel out of every album they put out. Big Boi is no different with his sharp beats, and cutting rhymes to, new grooves, and things to make my head go bump. I look forward to regurgitating this album for a while to come...
Born: February 1, 1975 in Savannah, GA
Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s