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One Monkey Don't Stop No Show album for sale by Goodie Mob was released Jun 29, 2004 on the Koch (USA) label. While fellow Atlanta pioneers Outkast have received more massive attention, Goodie Mob were just as instrumental in the rise of the Dirty South sound. Since their first record in 1995, the classic SOUL FOOD, the group have been purveyors of witty, linguistically twisted rhymes littered with schizophrenic references cooked up by mad-genius minds, their words then layered over unusual and grimy yet melodic beats. One Monkey Don't Stop No Show CD music contains a single disc with 16 songs. ...See Full Description
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Goodie Mob - One Monkey Don't Stop No Show Album Track Listing
|1||Synopsis See All 2 Explicit|
with Big Rube
|2||God I Wanna Live See All 2 Explicit|
|3||123 Goodie See All 2 Explicit|| $0.99|
|4||Shawty Wanna Be a Gangsta See All 2 Explicit|| $0.99|
|5||In da Streets See All 2 Explicit|
with Jasper Cameron
|6||One Monkey See All 2 Explicit|| $0.99|
|7||Dead Homies See All 2 Explicit|| $0.99|
|8||Introducing: Gator Boy (Skit) Explicit|| $0.99|
|9||Grindin See All 2 Explicit|
with Bone Crusher
|10||Goodiadvice See All 2 Explicit|| $0.99|
|11||We Back See All 2 Explicit|| $0.99|
|12||It Ain't Nothin for Us See All 2 Explicit|| $0.99|
|13||High & Low See All 2 Explicit|
with Mario Simpson
|14||Big City Explicit|| $0.99|
|15||What You See See All 2 Explicit|
with Melanie "Melbo" Smith, Witchdoctor
|16||Play Your Flutes See All 2 Explicit|
with Kurupt, Sleepy Brown, Sleepy Brown.
One Monkey Don't Stop No Show buy CD music Customer Reviews
List All 14 Reviews
||They did it again...|
Once again, Goodie Mob has used ingenuity and creaed a great CD...the beats are unique as well as the lyrics.
By patterson992001 (Kuwait)
||GOD I Wanna Live ONLY HOT TRACK NEED CEELO!|
GOD I Wanna Live is the Hottest track because it gotta alittle Ceelo flavor to it if you listen. Fellas yall still on my hot list but Ceelo is the missing piece to the puzzle fo real....
By Rolla, MO, USA (That boy from Tex in the Midwest)
||Its Dat Fie|
Goodie has done it again. Just looking forward to the concert. Holdin it down in the "A".P.S. If you don't like it you don't even know music.
By Mr. How He Do That (Atlanta, Ga)
||One of the Hypest Albums This Year|
The production was very good. Real lyrics and tight beats. Cee-lo ain't even missed in my opinion. Bringing back the real southern flavor in hip hop. If you like this one go cop that Big Gipp Mutant Mindframe also which is very good.
By Vanessa (Lauderdale, FL)
||Standing even taller|
I LOVE THIS CD!!!!!! I was really sad to hear that CEE-lo left because he was a very big part of the mob but they haven't feel off not one bit.
By tbtballinchick15 (ATLANTA, GA,USA)
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One Monkey Don't Stop No Show CD music R. Kelly's music is sometimes hard to separate from his borderline-absurd real-life misadventures, since his alleged misdeeds inevitably inform his recordings. While most artists are influenced by life unfolding around them, few people's private worlds bleed into their creative work in such a public and chaotic way. Heart-on-sleeve emotion has been a hallmark of Kelly's music, and as scandal has surrounded him, so have heartfelt pleas of forgiveness and repentance.
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One Monkey Don't Stop No Show buy CD music Along with Outkast, Goodie Mob emerged as a leading light in the Atlanta, Georgia, hip-hop scene of the mid-1990s. While both groups would become major forces in Southern rap, Goodie Mob remained the more understated and straightforward of the two acts, with its social consciousness and sincerity garnering considerable respect. The ensemble's outstanding '95 debut, SOUL FOOD, opens with the beautifully melodic gospel number "Free," before launching into bold, poignant rhymes on tracks such as "Thought Process" and "Sesame Street." Lifted by Organized Noize's inventive production and joined briefly by Outkast's Dre and Big Boi, the four members of the Mob--Big Gipp, Cee-Lo Green, Khujo, and T-Mo--are all in top form on this outing, though it's already clear that Cee-Lo, with his deft flow and soulful singing, would become the breakout star. Though Goodie Mob produced two more albums before Cee-Lo's departure, the group would never top the vital, vibrant performances on this exceptional album.
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