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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #100 on: August 21, 2012, 11:15:22 PM »
For real though Joey's verse on "Truth or Truth" may be one of the realest verses I've ever heard, and I don't even fuck with buddens like that. Killa Cham I might need you to make me a best of buddens mix. Seriously if a group can keep me entertained for 15 minutes and make me want to play the track again there's something special going on.

I don't know if you bumped Padded Room, but that's a great place to start lol.
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #101 on: August 28, 2012, 09:41:19 AM »
http://www.streetsneversleep.com/2012/08/20/docs-corner-slaughterhouse-on-the-house-review/

1.) Back The Fuck Up – 4/5, Epic start to the tape, the production sounds like an action movie sequence. Royce, Joell, and Crooked I murder this, but Budden is noticeably absent from the cut, which is kind of a shame considering this sound is right up his alley.
*Best verse: Royce Da 5”9
2.) Weight Scale – 4/5, Nas’ “Nasty” gets a facelift as the four rip the instrumental to shreds.
*Best verse: Crooked I
3.) On The House – 4/5, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz only drop a verse apiece, but it works.
*Best verse: Crooked I
4.) Sucka MC’s (feat. Freeway) – 3.75/5, Freeway makes a cameo that does not disappoint, while the group minus Budden (again) finishes off the song.
*Best verse: Joell Ortiz
5.) Ya Talkin – 3.5/5, Royce stands alone over Rick Ross’ “Maybach Music III” instrumental.
*Best verse: Royce Da 5”9
6.) All On Me – 4/5, Joe Budden provides a dope hook for this track, all of them deliver but Crooked I once again steals the show at the end.
*Best verse: Crooked I
7.) See Dead People – 4/5, This time around Lloyd Banks and Prodigy’s “1, 2, 3 Grind” beat gets flipped and is savaged by the entire group. Budden definitely came the hardest out of them all.
*Best verse: Joe Budden
8.) Where Sinners Dwell – 3.5/5, Could have predicted Kanye’s “Way Too Cold” to get touched eventually since Royce borrowed a few lines earlier in the tape’s intro. This one just has Royce and Crooked going in, however.
*Best verse: Crooked I
9.) Juggernauts – 4.5/5, I love the sample used for the instrumental, as well as the Eminem vocals in the hook. Possibly an album leftover? All four of them kill it.
*Best verse: Royce Da 5”9
10.) Coming Home – 4/5, Sounds like this could have been another track intended for the album, which is a good thing because it’s once again another solid cut.
*Best verse: Joell Ortiz
11.) Gone (feat. K-Young) – 4.5/5, This makes three for three with songs on the mixtape that sound like they were meant for the album. K-Young’s hook is ill complimenting the dark production.
*Best verse: Crooked I
12.) Who I Am (feat. SLV) – 4/5, A song sampling Jay-Z’s classic “Dead Presidents II”, which sets a nostalgic yet modern vibe. Royce is absent from this one.
*Best verse: Joe Budden
13.) Truth Or Truth, Pt. 1 – 4/5, This has to be the longest track I’ve heard since Game’s “300 Bars”. It could have been cut shorter, but it doesn’t necessarily drag out or fall flat at any point. All four MCs’ verses contain a great deal of substance over Rick Ross’ “Tears of Joy” instrumental, dealing with the pressures of fame, record labels, their children, baby mama drama, ungrateful fans, and life in general. Perfect way to end the mixtape.
*Best verse: Joe Budden

OVERALL RATING: 4/5
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #102 on: August 28, 2012, 10:19:20 AM »
http://www.streetsneversleep.com/2012/08/20/docs-corner-slaughterhouse-on-the-house-review/

1.) Back The Fuck Up – 4/5, Epic start to the tape, the production sounds like an action movie sequence. Royce, Joell, and Crooked I murder this, but Budden is noticeably absent from the cut, which is kind of a shame considering this sound is right up his alley.
*Best verse: Royce Da 5”9
2.) Weight Scale – 4/5, Nas’ “Nasty” gets a facelift as the four rip the instrumental to shreds.
*Best verse: Crooked I
3.) On The House – 4/5, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz only drop a verse apiece, but it works.
*Best verse: Crooked I
4.) Sucka MC’s (feat. Freeway) – 3.75/5, Freeway makes a cameo that does not disappoint, while the group minus Budden (again) finishes off the song.
*Best verse: Joell Ortiz
5.) Ya Talkin – 3.5/5, Royce stands alone over Rick Ross’ “Maybach Music III” instrumental.
*Best verse: Royce Da 5”9
6.) All On Me – 4/5, Joe Budden provides a dope hook for this track, all of them deliver but Crooked I once again steals the show at the end.
*Best verse: Crooked I
7.) See Dead People – 4/5, This time around Lloyd Banks and Prodigy’s “1, 2, 3 Grind” beat gets flipped and is savaged by the entire group. Budden definitely came the hardest out of them all.
*Best verse: Joe Budden
8.) Where Sinners Dwell – 3.5/5, Could have predicted Kanye’s “Way Too Cold” to get touched eventually since Royce borrowed a few lines earlier in the tape’s intro. This one just has Royce and Crooked going in, however.
*Best verse: Crooked I
9.) Juggernauts – 4.5/5, I love the sample used for the instrumental, as well as the Eminem vocals in the hook. Possibly an album leftover? All four of them kill it.
*Best verse: Royce Da 5”9
10.) Coming Home – 4/5, Sounds like this could have been another track intended for the album, which is a good thing because it’s once again another solid cut.
*Best verse: Joell Ortiz
11.) Gone (feat. K-Young) – 4.5/5, This makes three for three with songs on the mixtape that sound like they were meant for the album. K-Young’s hook is ill complimenting the dark production.
*Best verse: Crooked I
12.) Who I Am (feat. SLV) – 4/5, A song sampling Jay-Z’s classic “Dead Presidents II”, which sets a nostalgic yet modern vibe. Royce is absent from this one.
*Best verse: Joe Budden
13.) Truth Or Truth, Pt. 1 – 4/5, This has to be the longest track I’ve heard since Game’s “300 Bars”. It could have been cut shorter, but it doesn’t necessarily drag out or fall flat at any point. All four MCs’ verses contain a great deal of substance over Rick Ross’ “Tears of Joy” instrumental, dealing with the pressures of fame, record labels, their children, baby mama drama, ungrateful fans, and life in general. Perfect way to end the mixtape.
*Best verse: Joe Budden

OVERALL RATING: 4/5

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #103 on: August 28, 2012, 03:44:28 PM »
http://www.streetsneversleep.com/2012/08/20/docs-corner-slaughterhouse-on-the-house-review/

1.) Back The Fuck Up – 4/5, Epic start to the tape, the production sounds like an action movie sequence. Royce, Joell, and Crooked I murder this, but Budden is noticeably absent from the cut, which is kind of a shame considering this sound is right up his alley.
*Best verse: Royce Da 5”9
2.) Weight Scale – 4/5, Nas’ “Nasty” gets a facelift as the four rip the instrumental to shreds.
*Best verse: Crooked I
3.) On The House – 4/5, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz only drop a verse apiece, but it works.
*Best verse: Crooked I
4.) Sucka MC’s (feat. Freeway) – 3.75/5, Freeway makes a cameo that does not disappoint, while the group minus Budden (again) finishes off the song.
*Best verse: Joell Ortiz
5.) Ya Talkin – 3.5/5, Royce stands alone over Rick Ross’ “Maybach Music III” instrumental.
*Best verse: Royce Da 5”9
6.) All On Me – 4/5, Joe Budden provides a dope hook for this track, all of them deliver but Crooked I once again steals the show at the end.
*Best verse: Crooked I
7.) See Dead People – 4/5, This time around Lloyd Banks and Prodigy’s “1, 2, 3 Grind” beat gets flipped and is savaged by the entire group. Budden definitely came the hardest out of them all.
*Best verse: Joe Budden
8.) Where Sinners Dwell – 3.5/5, Could have predicted Kanye’s “Way Too Cold” to get touched eventually since Royce borrowed a few lines earlier in the tape’s intro. This one just has Royce and Crooked going in, however.
*Best verse: Crooked I
9.) Juggernauts – 4.5/5, I love the sample used for the instrumental, as well as the Eminem vocals in the hook. Possibly an album leftover? All four of them kill it.
*Best verse: Royce Da 5”9
10.) Coming Home – 4/5, Sounds like this could have been another track intended for the album, which is a good thing because it’s once again another solid cut.
*Best verse: Joell Ortiz
11.) Gone (feat. K-Young) – 4.5/5, This makes three for three with songs on the mixtape that sound like they were meant for the album. K-Young’s hook is ill complimenting the dark production.
*Best verse: Crooked I
12.) Who I Am (feat. SLV) – 4/5, A song sampling Jay-Z’s classic “Dead Presidents II”, which sets a nostalgic yet modern vibe. Royce is absent from this one.
*Best verse: Joe Budden
13.) Truth Or Truth, Pt. 1 – 4/5, This has to be the longest track I’ve heard since Game’s “300 Bars”. It could have been cut shorter, but it doesn’t necessarily drag out or fall flat at any point. All four MCs’ verses contain a great deal of substance over Rick Ross’ “Tears of Joy” instrumental, dealing with the pressures of fame, record labels, their children, baby mama drama, ungrateful fans, and life in general. Perfect way to end the mixtape.
*Best verse: Joe Budden

OVERALL RATING: 4/5

LOL

I think that was pretty on point.What ya laughing at William?
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #104 on: August 28, 2012, 04:47:35 PM »
Crooked I denied him an autograph or something, or he wouldn't give up those DPG rares with him featured
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #105 on: August 29, 2012, 06:53:45 AM »


Pissed cause they removed 4 tracks from the mixtape, some of them can be heard on that Joe Budden video where hes eating..lol

anyway Crookeds PSALM shits on this mixtape

teh Crooked mixtaep was crammed wit too many guest appearcnes, stil havent heared any of the new Slaughterhouses, but it should be better tahn Cooks "compilation"-mixtape
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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #106 on: August 29, 2012, 06:20:49 PM »
did Blood Money really make the idiotic statement that Joell Ortiz had the best verse on "sucka mcs"


if so then please keep him banned forever
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #107 on: August 29, 2012, 07:57:55 PM »
did Blood Money really make the idiotic statement that Joell Ortiz had the best verse on "sucka mcs"


if so then please keep him banned forever

Lol

Crooked I nipped at his heels, if that makes you feel better 8)
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #108 on: September 18, 2012, 01:04:27 AM »
maybe, MAYBE better than the album IMO.
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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #109 on: September 25, 2012, 02:27:11 PM »
is anyone sitll bumping this mixtape??

sucka mc is easily the best song...probably because it's a real song too.  not a freestlye.


and WHO DID THAT ON THE HOUSe BEAT??
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #110 on: September 26, 2012, 01:12:17 AM »
Juggernauts is a beast of a track and should have made the album in place of one of the weaker cuts like 'Throw That'.  I love Joell Ortiz' energy in his delivery and Buddens end verse is sick with those guitar riffs coming through.  8)
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #111 on: September 26, 2012, 03:48:07 AM »
is anyone sitll bumping this mixtape??



yeas! i do.
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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #112 on: September 26, 2012, 07:15:47 AM »
Sucka MCs is the worst song on the mixtape lmao. The mixtape don't start getting good until "All On Me" & on.
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #113 on: September 26, 2012, 10:57:15 AM »
Sucka MCs is the worst song on the mixtape lmao. The mixtape don't start getting good until "All On Me" & on.
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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #114 on: September 26, 2012, 11:04:38 AM »
Sucka MCs is the worst song on the mixtape lmao. The mixtape don't start getting good until "All On Me" & on.
i know it's your opinion but seriously?

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #115 on: September 26, 2012, 03:42:04 PM »
Sucka MCs is the worst song on the mixtape lmao. The mixtape don't start getting good until "All On Me" & on.
i know it's your opinion but seriously?

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Joell couldn't have cornier punchlines in every song before "All On Me".

You only love those songs because Crooked stays consistent & your opinion on Slaughterhouse songs varies upon how Crooked I did & how he did in comparison to the others.
 

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Re: Slaughterhouse "On The House" Mixtape discussion thread
« Reply #116 on: September 26, 2012, 03:47:04 PM »
Sucka MCs is the worst song on the mixtape lmao. The mixtape don't start getting good until "All On Me" & on.
i know it's your opinion but seriously?

 :eh: :grumpy:


Joell couldn't have cornier punchlines in every song before "All On Me".

You only love those songs because Crooked stays consistent & your opinion on Slaughterhouse songs varies upon how Crooked I did & how he did in comparison to the others.

if this is true Dr. Phil...i mean Dr. Jones then why is my favorite song on the cd "The Other Side"?    guess who's left off that song ;)