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Album Review

Greatest Hits: Good Times, Bad Times compiles the highlights from Cali Chicano rapper/producer Sir Dyno's first three albums — Interview With a Chicano (1996), Chicano Chronicles (1999), and What Have I Become? (2000) — as well as a couple stray soundtrack contributions. With a grand total of 20 tracks, there's plenty of variety here, some tracks leaning toward rabble-rousing hardcore rap (presumably the good times) while others toward sullen gangsta balladry (the bad times). Dyno's albums feature a lot of worthwhile moments not compiled here, but Good Times, Bad Times indeed rounds up the best of the best and is thus the best place within his discography for newcomers to begin.

Customer Reviews

good times bad times

I,cant beleive this fool has survived all these years.All the beats sound the same an he dosn't put enough heart is his music.You want to hear real chicano rap try Mr.shadow that vato is down!

Simply the best

Simply the best album ever always with them sick beats 100% Sir Dyno !!!!!!

watcha say

Sir dyno gettin it dun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mr shadow ain't got nuthin


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

DarkRoom Familia affiliate Sir Dyno became one of the first Chicano hardcore rappers to make an impact on the West Coast. He debuted in 1996 alongside the Chicano supergroup DarkRoom Familia (Barrio Love) and as a solo artist (Interview With a Chicano). He continued collaborating with the Familia and recording solo albums through the decade and became widely known for his introspective view of barrio life in California, particularly the dark side with its drugs and violence and its emphasis on survival....
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