The album’s highlight, “The Long One”, begins with a drum beat and moves into 6:32 minutes funky madness. This album has many other breaks and ill moments. This album is great listening and it was well worth the effort and money spent to find it. The album’s tightest cut, “The Long One”, is highly sought-after by beat heads and collectors for its dope drum break intro. It’s a Dope Jazz-funk instrumental that was featured on the compilation “Luv N’ Hate”. You can find samples and drum breaks throughout the majority of the album. Other highlights include “Scope” and “Scrichell Cat”.

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