Sir Mix-A-Lot - Suburbian Nightmare

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  1. identity-X

    identity-X No Talent Assclown

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    anyone ever heard this song?!?!?

    I'm a pretty big pre-1992 Mix-A-Lot fan and looking through his lyrics on ohhla I came across this song.

    It's on the Amos & Andrew soundtrack and the "Whoomp! Here It Is: Hip Hop Hits" compilation. I've never heard it, but it strikes me as the type of political songs that Mix dropped earlier in his career.

    Can anyone hook this up??????????????????

    drop your feelings on Mix while you're at it. And if youre experience with him doesn't go any further than Baby Got Back or Put 'Em On The Glass feel free to not reply.
    test
  2. NinoBrowN15

    NinoBrowN15 the 100 million man

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    i think he was a dope emcee for that era...........like now he can't make any good music for shit but if you're listening and u understand the era he is coming from then he is dope............um listen to the song I Check My Bank, i forget wut soundtrack it is from tho but it is an ice t and ice cube movie from the early 90's but thats a dope song.....i heard it when i was 11 an i still bump it now that im 17
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  3. Dialted

    Dialted Mr. Ted dial

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    ^basically.

    And he has one of the most famous opening's to a rap song i tihnk...

    I like biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig butts and i can not lie..
    test
  4. BANE206

    BANE206 New Member

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    i just seen that clown at 13 coins downtown seattle waiting to get a table.
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  5. identity-X

    identity-X No Talent Assclown

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    it's from Beavis and Butthead Do America I think (????)

    he was dope well before then though. going waaaay back to like 87 with Posse On Broadway, through the late 80's with My Hooptie and Beepers.

    Mack Daddy remains his best work. Not only is Baby Got Back on it, but personal classics like The Jack Back, Testarossa, No Holds Barred, etc.

    anyway....what's up with the Suburbian Nightmare song?!?!? ANYONE?
    test
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