Jurassic 5 - Feedback download album
Feedback is the fourth and most recent studio album by American hip hop group Jurassic 5. It was released on July 25, 2006. It is the only album the band released as a quintet, in the wake of Cut Chemist's departure earlier that year.
Leading up to the release of Feedback, Jurassic 5 rapper Soup distanced his group from the rap underground that had embraced his music, but apparently had not paid enough of his bills. We've been known as a backpacker group.
Let it be known that I'm not a big fan of hip-hop and rap in general, but Jurassic 5 consistently serves up very solid tracks with amazing flow, great bounce, and most importantly, originality.
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This is a funky new side of hip-hop that should be explored more often. Feedback takes a trip back into the 70’s with the funk influences constantly reappearing within the album. Gotta Understand features a funky little beat with some high-pitched vocals and fresh lyrics, a fun track all-around. This is the case for the majority of Feedback. A bumping, grooving beat with each group member taking a verse or two, and then everyone singing together in the chorus. While this makes the album somewhat predictable, it is a good formula, and it works well. In the House sounds like a Rapper’s Delight remake with the exact same beat and newer, less-humorous lyrics
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Feedback (Jurassic 5 album). Feedback is the fourth studio album by American hip hop group Jurassic 5. 1 Critical reception. Critical reception Track listing.
Jurassic 5. Feedback. Three albums and one EP deep, Jurassic 5 have now lasted exponentially longer than any of the old-school South Bronx pioneers they so slavishly imitate. based group, now a quintet after the departure of DJ Cut Chemist, has spent the past ten years recreating the aesthetic of early rap crews like the Treacherous Three and Crash Crew, intricately weaving their voices in and out of each other, finishing each other’s lines, and harmonizing their choruses.
Feedback" is the fourth and final full-length album from Los Angeles-based Hip Hop crew Jurassic 5, released on July 25, 2006. It is the first album the band have released as a quintet (five-piece crew), in the wake of Cut Chemist's leaving the group earlier that year. The first single from the album is entitled "Work It Out" and features Dave Matthews. The album features many tracks which pay homage to their '80s Hip Hop roots. All songs on the album, apart from two, contain elements of other songs.