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14 Fathoms Deep: Seattle Hiphop Compilation

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  • Seller:Supreme Media
  • Sales Rank:571,783
  • Media:Audio CD
  • Number Of Discs:1
  • Rating:NR (Not Rated)
  • Discs:1
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.2
  • Dimensions (in):5.5 x 4.9 x 0.5
  • Publication Date:January 28, 1997
  • UPC:615695001128
  • EAN:0615695001128
  • ASIN:B000003R1L
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  • Drastic Measures - Sinsemilla
  • Great Outdoors - 22nd Precinct
  • Official Members - Mad Fanatic
  • Keep Da Change - DMS
  • Cornbread - Source Of Labor
  • Court's In Session - Ghetto Children
  • All Up In My Mix - Narcotik
  • Ghetto Star - Jace
  • Can - Kylin
  • Higher Places - Prose And Concepts
  • Insomniack Museick - NS Of The O.N.E. Corporation
  • Interrogration - Blind Council
  • Continuations - Union Of Opposites
  • A New Day - The Crew Clockwise

Editorial Reviews:
While it gets props for being the first Seattle-area hip-hop compilation to feature the nascent scene of the late 1990s, 14 Fathoms Deep is the aural equivalent of baby steps--especially when compared to later albums (Walkman Rotation being the best of the lot). That said, there are standouts here: Ghetto Children's "Court in Session" is fun (the opening line, "We're going to get medieval on your but-tocks," is laugh-out-loud funny), lyrically smooth, and features an irresistibly catchy bass-plucking hook; Source of Labor distinguish themselves as truly original--and interesting--MCs on "Cornbread"; Mad Fanatic and RagChyld deliver a smooth rap over Mr. Supreme's production on "Official Members"; and Kylin, a female trio removed from the East Coast need to prove that women can be as hard as men, unveil a creative delivery on "Can" that points the way to a more artistic future for hip-hop. Negus 1's backing track and the trio's strong vocals make the track an instant classic. --Randy Silver

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