Town biz. Heavyweight 180 gram pressing of Too Short's major label debut from '87, courtesy of Plain Recordings. Through classic albums like Born To Mack and 1988's Life Is Too Short, the Oaktown player has taught rappers how to pimp and mack, among other things (like the proper way to say of "beee-itch"). Can't front on those funky ass old school beats (with synths played by $hort Dogg himself!) and that signature straight forward delivery, especially on classic slappers like "Freaky Tales" and "Dope Fiend Beat." Also peep the funk on "You Know What I Mean," "Little Girls," and "Playboy Short II." O.G. Bay Area material! Comes with repro pic sleeve and remastered sound for maximum bump. Recommended.
- 180 gram pressing
- remastered sound
- music label: Plain Recordings 2017
reviewed by Nickel & Dime 10/2017
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