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Reviews 'Bone Brothers' Review
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Written by Robert ID784   
Friday, 28 January 2005 04:33

When this album was first mentioned by Koch Records, we all looked forward to hearing the Bone Brothers together in a serious project.

After the many trials and tribulations that they have experienced, it is great to hear this album and to see it come to reality.

There is a trend setting vibe, with great new fresh sounds all thru out this cd.

The first single ‘Hip Hop Baby’ can give you only a taste of what this album has in store for the listener. The rhythmic flow of that track is a sample of the lighting quick flows that are to come and that we all expect for the Bone Brothers.

There is a mix of everything from the ‘feel good’ tracks like ‘Hip Hop Baby’ to gangsta rap tracks like ‘Str8 Ridaz’. The album has no bad cuts. As any Bone fan will be able to tell Layzie, Bizzy, Krayzie, and Wish Bone are truly at the top of their game on this album.

With The Outlaws, Mo-Thugs and Treach helping out with major contributions this is truly a classic album that every Bone Fan will need to have.

The super quick flows of the Bones are apparent on tracks like ''Complicated'' feat. The Outlawz, ''Real Life'' feat. Krayzie and Treach’, and ''No Rules'' feat. Mo-Thugs.

Then there are the softer tracks like the one with Felicia Howse: ‘Give It To Me’.

There are many areas in this cd and many sides of the Bones. From the softer, to the gangsta; this is truly a great project and one that is sure to make a statement and cause a lot of people to take notice; not only fans but the industry will see the direction that hip hop and rap can go in the future.

In stores February 22nd this debut album from the Bone Brothers will definitely demand a follow up album.

The Bone Thugs and Harmony have always been trend setters in the game. They have sold over 30 million units in their history and this album only proves that they are still tops in the game and are really trend setters in the game; bring forth a new refreshing sound that has they Bone feel to it that we all love.

This album gets a 9.5 out of 10, and that is only because God is the only one who can create something that is perfect – but this album comes so very close.

Be on the look out for it and make sure pick it up Feb. 22nd, it is truly a classic.

 
Reviews 'Bone Brothers' Review

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