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Duets: The Final Chapter - BRYAN EVENING

Duets: The Final Chapter

by The Notorious B.I.G. | Music

Overall: 5 stars
Lyrics: 5 stars
Music: 5 stars

GREAT DANCE songs from Nutritious Big Mac!

Pros: This guy is still a worlds champion rapper of music!
Cons: one of the funnest CDs that have ever stuffed my stocking for holidays!

MAN in man do i love it when great artrists come to unite together to create a collaboration efforts. Thing about it: it’s like two great things at the same time just like the peanut butter with chocolate commercial where they accidentally collided but it was OK because all of a sudden everything tasted much better when it served TOGETHER. That s the key word here: TOGETHER. I don’t need to state it a third time, but I might later in case of you forget it. So look out. LISTEN to this Winnebago truck full of hits and GREAT duets: Big Mac sings LET’S GET ALL INSANE TILL MIDNIGHT with the best voice ever of Frank Sinatra who started the Duets craze. Then there’s the hilarious duet with Randy Newman called JUST GUN THOSE SHORTIES DOWN a fun remix of the old song from the 1970s era. Then who shows up but Barbara Striesand who sings a sad song with Big Mac rapping away, called I WORE A USED BATHING SUIT TO CHURCH. After that there is a song he sings with Linda Lavin (ALICE from TV ‘kiss my grits’) direct from broadway to you, which is named RANCH DRESSING WOULD MAKE A EXCELLENT MILK SHAKE FLAVOR. I tell you what, this record is one whole party condensed into a listening experience. ITS THAT GOOD! Happy 2006 from Bryan E! …

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November 12, 2008 • Tags:  • Posted in: 5 Stars!, CD review, Music

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One Response to “Duets: The Final Chapter”

  1. Sloan - November 26th, 2008

    Much like the coupling of peanut-butter and chocolate mentioned above this post is a brilliant collaboration, however, instead of foodstuffs Bryan combines hard-hitting music journalism and literary flare!

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