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Vast Aire & Mighty Mi Present : The Best Damn Rap Show

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The Best Damn Rap Show
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What Goes Up
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Taboo
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The Workover
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Friendly Fire
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Fighter Pilots
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Buck 50 Express
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Black Sunday
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Vintage
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Aire Maestro
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Buttafly Knife
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Off The Board
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 37:40

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04.22.11
Vast Aire & Mighty Mi, Vast Aire & Mighty Mi Present : The Best Damn Rap Show
2005 | Label: Eastern Conference / The Orchard

Like Danger Doom, this project features an artist from one group teaming up with a producer of another for a one-time project. DJ Mighty Mi (High & Mighty) lays down the tracks for Vast Aire (Cannibal Ox) to drop his husky/nasal, slow-flow poetics. At 11 tracks, the album is short and sweet, but it does satisfy with Mi's best production since Home Field Advantage and Vast's subtle and complex flow. "The Workover" has Vast getting… read more »

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Would've made a good EP...

Housemaster

(7/10) Here's an album practically made for emusic, since it's kind of a mixed bag. It consists of Vast Aire from the excellent Cannibal Ox album, and on the boards you got Mighty Mi of semi-celebrated duo The High & Mighty. The album's main fault is that out of the 12 tracks, 5 are instrumentals with voice samples strewn over them, ala MF Doom. To Mighty Mi's credit, a couple of them are pretty cool (the intro for instance), but they mainly serve as filler and contradict the album's title. The rap songs here are pretty tight, especially tracks like The Workover, What Goes Up, and Vintage. Buttafly Knife is tripped out, and even has a sample from saturday night live-but it uses a near identical percussion to The Workover. Overall the album works, but could've done with less filler or more actual rap songs. PS. as an owner of the original CD, I can say that you're not missing much in the form of "Black Sunday"-possibly the wackest of all the instrumental tracks.