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Merry Go Round

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Station Thirteen
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Feel Good
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Return Of Tres
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Boulevard Star
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Midnite Spin
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The Kind
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Merry Go Round
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Que Vuelva
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Sick Syde Drop
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Beijing
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No Sense
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Southern Accent
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House Of The Rising Sun
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Anytime All Time
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Temptation
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 58:38

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I love this rap group

Florida-Boy

This is that westcoast gangsta and boogey music,with that Mexican influence;I love it. Mexican rappers are the best out of all the latin people;I'm impressed.

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I hesitate to use the word "phat", but...

ElBiggus

I'm generally not the world's biggest hip-hop fan, but I stumbled across Delinquent Habits more or less by mistake (they feature in the soundtrack to a computer game) and found myself unconsciously doing the head-nodding thing as I was playing. While some tracks are stronger than others, the whole album is at a suitably laid-back tempo, and the interesting blend of Tijuana Brass style samples and hip-hop beats compliment the competent (but not outstanding) rapping perfectly; for anyone who enjoys kicking back in the sun with a chronic and a 40oz, you couldn't ask for more...

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From the moment the polished Merry Go Round kicks in, it’s DJ O.G. Styles dominating the proceedings with his squiggly sounding scratches, Spanish guitar loops, and tinkling piano samples, which overshadow rappers Ives and Kimo’s decent but undistinguished rhyming. The album’s other rising star is Michelle, a Latin siren who appears on three songs singing mostly in Spanish. There are no shortage of strictly West Coast, cruising-with-the-top-down-passing-a-fatty-type tunes like “Boulevard Star” and “Return of the Tres.” Thankfully, Delinquent Habits don’t overdo it with the pot references, which is about as tired a subject in Latin rap as shootin’ and killin’ folks is in mainstream rap. The Habits’ lyrics are also extremely laid-back and free of any reference to gangs and violence, except when they occasionally dis that whole scene. In fact, the majority of Merry Go Round sounds very phat indeed. Perhaps there is a radio programmer out there willing to take a chance and reach out to rap radio’s huge Latino audience, but, regardless, Delinquent Habits have fashioned the finest melding of hip-hop and Latin grooves to date. – Adam Bregman

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