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Osirus - The Official Mixtape

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Pop Shots (produced by DJ Premier)
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Dirty Dirty
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Go Go Go
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Who Can Make It Happen Like Dirt
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High In The Clouds
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Rahzel Skit 1
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Dirty Run
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Stand Up
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Don't Stop Ma - Out Of Control
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If Y'all Want War
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Pussy Keep Calling
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Down South
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Rahzel Skit 2
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Caked Up
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Fuck Y'all
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Move Back (Bonus Cut)
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Fire (Dirty Dirty Alt. Version - Bonus Cut)
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Pop Shots (Clinton Sparks Remix - Bonus Cut)
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 56:58

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ummm...

pabs138

yea dude, after the brilliant "36 Chambers" and even "Ni**a Please" was pretty rad...this kinda sux. Almost like Miles (and I know this is a stretch) coming back from hiatus and doing Michael Jackson covers, a good chunk of this is Dirty doing Dirty South shit. I live in Texas and I HATE that garbage. "Who Can Make it Happen" is the closest thing to genuine ODB, but the rest (sigh) it just sux. Was Rza involved with this? Probably not, maybe that's what is lacking.

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OdB's Mixtape... listen

sionnah

think of the time when this was recorded. Just out... a Vet... trying to do the dirty south... trying to put his very soul out... remember... a vet, trying to reclaim his title, now that's a bout... trying to get his Very soul out. to the people he cared so very much about... seeing rap (de·te·ri·o·rate) to clothes and clout... wishing others would just shut their mouth... Now look what it's become. Rap's mimicking the hottest next "one" to make the mimick breath no original style upon...

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The same two track

Bizarrojack

"Dirty Dirty" and "Dirty Run" are very catchy and fun. Occasionally I worry that I don't truly "get" ODB and what seems funny to me is just genuinely unabashed tastelessness, but I prefer to give the benefit of the doubt and just laugh.

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Too little too late

chee001

Not a real good sample of Ol'D's skills. You should have put the pipe down sooner Dirty. R.I.P.

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WHATEVER!

MRMCQUAY

With the knowledge that ODB dropped a gem/classic with "Return to the 36 Chambers", all that can be said about this joint is: GARBAGE! PERIOD.

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Best Songs

buddhacoolio

"Dirty Run" samples David Bowie. "Dirty Dirty" is also very good

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ODB FOREVER

blzsmh8

Anything With This Crazed Master Is Bad Ass!This Is A Great Album!!!R.I.P ODB!!

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Listening to Osirus — the posthumous “official mixtape” released with the blessings of the late ODB’s manager and mother — is as bittersweet an experience as you can get. Maybe it’s not as hot as the slew of street-level mixtapes that have surfaced since ODB passed, but they’ve got the advantage of flying under the radar and grabbing whatever unlicensed classic, freestyle, or blend they want. What those bootlegs won’t expose you to is how on fire Dirty was before it all came to a halt and how ready he was to take the hip-hop world over once again. Kicking off with the bouncy and Roc-A-Fella propping party tune “Pop Shots,” Osirus causes a lot of excitement from the get go, and while the third and fourth quarter filler brings it down a bit, you can’t help but note that the Bastard hasn’t been this driven since Nigga Please. He wants it all back, bad. The great DJ Premier’s helmed cut gives way to perfect party jam number two, “Dirty Dirty,” overseen by producer Mark Ronson, who combines that good old jaunty piano ODB loves so much with a rock-solid beat and funky organ. The rapper delivers one classic line over the track, boasting and bragging, more on point than obtuse. “High in the Clouds” with Black Rob and “Dirty Run” with it’s uncredited sample of Bowie’s “Fame” round out the highlights and while they’re all upfront, the lesser tracks towards the end trump anything on The Trials and Tribulations of Russell Jones. You can talk about Dirty’s crazy past all you want, but Osirus is entirely pointed toward the future. Tragic the man won’t get to see those Wu-heads bobbin’ and digging his wicked return to form. – David Jeffries

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