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Customer Reviews

FINALLY!

Shock-D and his group finally come to iTunes. Humpty Dance and Doowutchyalike are wonderful and the rest is very good, too. If you like Humpty, you'll like the rest. Catchy and infectious. Bravo iTunes!

first "rap" songs i ever learned......

Great album with awesome lyrics and beats. A true nostalgic ride to the past...I remember my cassette tape had an extra song called 'hip hop doll' that was really cool and i've never been able to find it on any CD. Humpty Dance is always a great song to throw in on a party no matter how old/young you are.

One of the most underrated Hip-Hop Albums of the 90's

I remember I bought this album on tape when it first came out, because like everybody else I liked "The Humpty Dance". But upon listening to it I found there to be many entertaining songs. The way we swing, rhymin on the funk, gutfest '89, doowutchyalike, the danger zone, freaks of the industry, sex packets. They all were amazingly good. These were the songs I was singin on the playground, not the other stuff that was out there. This was and still is a great album, I still pop it in once and a while to get a good song or two in. They just werent popular enough after the humpty dance, but if tupac was kickin it with them...how bad could they be??

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s

While hip-hop was consumed by the hardcore, noisy political rap of Public Enemy and the gangsta rap of N.W.A., Digital Underground sneaked out of Oakland with their bizarre, funky homage to Parliament-Funkadelic. Digital Underground built most of their music from P-Funk samples and developed a similarly weird sense of style and humor, highlighted by Shock-G's outrageous costumes and the whole band's parade of alter egos. Of all these alter egos, Shock-G's Humpty Hump — a ridiculous comical...
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