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by Eric on May 1, 2007

As I mentioned in my “Most Played For The Week” a highly disappointing album, I guess you can say it carried on the tradition of “Return Of The Product”. There is one track that almost saves face “Commute”, which doesn’t quite sound as dated as much of the material on this album. As the title indicates, Serch literally found the songs for this album laying around in a box, as the title suggests..lost recordings from 94′. Something I found particularly interesting….after busting Rob Van Winkle’s chops throughout his career as a member of 3rd Bass, Is it just me or does Serch bare a resemblance to Vanilla Wafer on the cover for this release? Hmmmmm. Oh, and while leafing through Discogs late last nite I was surprised to discover that Serch along with T-Ray(Double XX Posse) handled some of the production duties on Boss’ “Born Gangstaz”. Well, I guess I really didn’t put two & two together being that Boss appeared on the Serch executive produced OST “Zebrahead”. Anyway, let me know what you think of “Many Young Lives Ago”….Eric

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Mike Dikk May 1, 2007 at 2:55 am

I got this when it came out. It sucks more than I even imagined. That “Commute” song really is the best song on there.

FUN FACT: The last three songs (which includes “commute”) are from the 3rd Base “reunion” circa, i believe 1998 (?), which is why they sound a bit less dated.

mr. incognito May 1, 2007 at 10:08 pm

I’m gonna have to disagree, I think the production is pretty fresh. Serch could have came doper, but its really not THAT bad. he still got an ill flow.
thanks for droppin the link… cheers!

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