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BLOGGERHOUSE presents: The Source Fat Tape & Sure Shot Singles (February 1995)

by Eric on March 18, 2012

Ahhhh, the infamous Feb. 1995 issue, the issue where Dana Dane’s LP, “Rollin’ wit Dana Dane”, received more mics (3.5) than “newcomers” Smif N Wessun’s stellar debut, “Dah Shinin” (3). Adding salt to the wound(s), “Dah Shinin” reviewer Joe Charles, closed the review with the following less-than-flattering sentiments:

“This (“Bucktown”) was the song that led many people to think that this group’s album would be the shit. Instead of sticking to this mode, they leap into tough guy BS and make their album a little weaker than it sould’ve. The tracks, by Evil Dee and Mr. Walt, are too similar (dirty, plodding beats and bumpy bass) and make them sound even more like Black Moon proteges. If they were hooked up with more diversified flavors, listeners wouldn’t feel deja vu and might be more satisfied.”

Wow, harsh words, undoubtedly, but these days I’d say that “Dah Shinin” although two years younger than “Enta Da Stage” is the better of the two albums and kept up with the times just a pinch better, in my opinion. Regardless, hit the skip to grab the tracklist for the Feb. 1995 Fat Tape & Sure Shot Singles…


1. Situation: Grimm-Mista Grimm
2. Supa Star-Group Home
3. Players Don’t Fall-Indo G & Lil’ Blunt
4. Put It On-Big L
5. Mad Izm-Channel Live
6. Kalifornia-Above The Law
7. You Bring Me Joy-Mary J. Blige
8. Do You Have What It Takes?-Craig Mack
9. D’voidofpop..Megamix-Ice Cube
10. Hellbound(Remix)-Almighty RSO
11. Funk Soul Senstion-Jemini The Gifted One
12. Paystyle-Too Short
13. Comewiddit-Ras Kass, Ahmad & Saafir
14. El Gran Combo-Main One
15. Straight Butta-Tavaris f. Coolio
16. Shook Ones, Pt. II-Mobb Deep
17. Return Of Da Rat-Ta-Tat-Tat-Tung Twista
18. 1 Luv-E-40
19. Suicide-Tung Twista

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Statikmatik March 19, 2012 at 10:51 am

Harsh words indeed for a classic LP like Dah Shinin & only 3 mics @*! Mind you standards were higher back then.

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