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Just in case, I'm not the only intelligence-challenged shopper. I downloaded this CD when I saw it listed with EVERLAST and released in 2005. "Cool, a new Everlast Disc" I thought and immediately clicked. Unfortunately this is a rerelease of something from the early 90's, pre-HOUSE OF PAIN. The stuff on this CD is more VANILLA ICE meets WILL SMITH. Definitley now what I was expecting

Take This Album For What It Is.

First off this is not a new album. So in that respect we need to see this album for what it was in the time of its original release. I believe it was released in the late eighties.(That is when I bought it as a cassette tape.)Now that its time line has been established we can give this the fair review it deserves. At that time there was no eminem or vanilla ice or any other white guy rapping. This was revolutionary. The jazz hoooks on this were also unheard of at the time. Making this is a great old school hip-hop album. Yet in all fairness this is a freshman effort. Everlast at that time needed to come into his own with House of Pain, and then later to mature into the Everlast we hear today. All in all this is a great album for your Everlast collection, and I would suggest it to anyone that is a fan of his current music. It may let his new fans know a little more about his roots. As far as an old school hip-hop album it was groung breaking.

Know Your History

This album was released in 1989 was fairly popular on the west coast not very well known on the east, Everlast was a member of Ice-T's "Rhyme Syndicate" which was in it's prime at the time. Everlast shows flow and rhyme skill on this album also drops some knowledge. I'm a fan of Everlast from back then and still a fan now, i will say though it is nothing like any of his other projects it is a great album, but if you don't like old school hip hop you won't like this. If you a fan of metal or rock which i am as well this isn't the album for you, but if you want some dope old school hip hop you will definately dig this album. I recommend "F**k Everyone" and the two singles from this album are not bad either ( "I Got The Knack" and "Never Missin A Beat")


Born: August 18, 1969 in Valley Stream, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Once best known for his tenure in the rap unit House of Pain, Everlast successfully reinvented himself in 1998 with the best-selling Whitey Ford Sings the Blues, a largely acoustic, hip-hop-flavored effort in the genre-crossing mold of Beck. Born Erik Schrody, Everlast first surfaced in Los Angeles as a member of Ice-T's Rhyme Syndicate Cartel, issuing his debut album, Forever Everlasting, in 1990. When the album failed to find an audience, he formed House of Pain with Danny Boy and DJ Lethal; carving...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Hip-Hop, Hardcore Rap
  • Released: Mar 27, 1990
  • Parental Advisory

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