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  • CD
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Jive
  • ASIN : B00000053T
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1 x CD Album
Europe 1996

1Phony Rappers3:35
2Get A Hold3:35
6The Pressure3:02
71nce Again3:49
8Mind Power3:55
9The Hop3:27
10Keeping It Moving3:38
11Baby Phife's Return3:18
12Separate / Together1:38
13What Really Goes On3:23
14Word Play2:59
15Stressed Out4:57

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6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par JohnFuc le 18 juin 2007
Format: CD
Dans la continuité des 3 albums précedents, (People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm,1990 / The Low End Theory, 1991 / Midnight Marauders, 1993; Tous époustouflants) ATCQ nous offre un album extraordinaire. Souvent sous estimé à tort, cet album est néanmoins un chef d'oeuvre dont son titre "Beats, Rhymes and Life" résume parfaitement l'ensemble de l'oeuvre. Nos amis Q-Tip, DJ Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Phife Dawg posent leurs lyrics sur des beats rythmés et variés. Bref...n'étant pas chroniqueur pour "the source", je vous laisse découvrir cet album hors du temps.
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Perfect, From Start to Finish. 15 novembre 2000
Par WILLIE A YOUNG II - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Excuse me, but what LP have all you so-called hip hop fans been listening to? "Tribe really fell off" is a favorite catchphrase people have using since this was released in 1996 and I still don't get it! "Beats, Rhymes and Life" is the most perfect album these gents have ever crafted and stands as a true classic in any genre. Tribes first 3 albums have been elevated to classic status because they all were released in quick succession, but after a 3 1/2 year lay off, the group lost some of it's core audience and the narrow-minded, fickle people who call themselves true hip hop 'heads' jumped on the "let's bash Tribe" bandwagon and deemed this album wack. What a terrible mistake! From the bangin' opener "Phony Rappers" this is a new, refreshed and mature Tribe and over the course of 15 tracks, Q-Tip, Phife and Shaheed top themselves over and over again. My personal faves from this album change every week (currently it's "Jam" featuring some of the best drums EVER to appear on a tribe album) so I won't single out any tracks, I will merely say this album can be listened to from start to finish without ever hitting skip/forward on your CD player. Special Musical Note: This CD gets special love from me for giving a much deserved shout-out to the then recently deceased Phyllis Hyman (on "Baby Phifes Return"). Ignore the naysayers, "B R & L" is a stunning achievement. Worth Owning.
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Get a Hold on Hip Hip 19 octobre 2005
Par Matt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I believe this was the last true Tribe album. The Love Movement didn't exactly seem like the way they should go out to me. This album reminds me of high school and being down the shore. I can't even explain to you the way I used to zone out to "Get a Hold", an overlooked track on this album. The rhymes are slick, as is to be expected from Q and Phife - and the tracks are all soulful and creatively constructed. 1nce Again was the single off this album and it really captured the Tribe sound as it had developed over time.

A solid effort from one of the greatest hip hop groups of all time.
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4 Stars for Influence 2 juillet 2004
Par Demetrius A. Armstrong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I would have given this album 2 1/2 stars in 1996, and been happy about it. I remember it vividly. It was July, and I was jonesing for the Quest to follow up to their masterpiece "Midnight Marauders" released a little less than three years earlier. I stepped into the store on cloud 9, and returned home as quickly as I could to pop this in......and what I got was about an hour of disappointment. I just wasn't prepared for this kind of shift. This album was nowhere near as beautiful as any of their previous work. I held them to such a high standard, that anything less than astonishment was unacceptable. This was a dense, nuanced album, that showed that the mid 90's Quest was not the early 90's Quest. It's bass heavy, linear production resembles some of the things to come a few years later from second wave alterna-rap juggernauts, The Roots, and Common.

This may not be their best, but it's still an excellent album. The wordplay between Phife, and Q-Tip was still almost telepathic, and while the feel of easiness was gone, song to song was not a difficult listen. There was also extremely pure reminders of why Quest was so loved in the first place (ie "The Jam", and "1nce Again") Those songs rank among the best of anything in their catalog. Songs like: "Phony Rappers"(an excellent battle rap) "Get A Hold", "Motivators", "What Really Goes On, and "Word Play" represent some of the best work in their post-peak period. This album also showcases some of the best work of The Ummah production unit, which consisted of Q-Tip, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, and Jay-Dee.

The album closes with "Stressed Out" a surprising collaboration with Faith Evans that doesn't elate or disappoint (the album version would later be outdone by an excellent maxi featuring remixes by Bjork, and so on). What's so surprising, is that so many artists used this album as a semi-blueprint, slightly tweaking it's formulas, and applying them to their sound. "Beats, Rhymes, and Life" almost had the same impact on late 90's hip hop as "The Low End Theory" had on early 90's hip hop, which really says something about this record. The truth is, this record should probably have been released 3 years later minus a song or two. This record's successor "The Love Movement" was a direct reaction to the reception this record was given. The ironic thing is, it's predecessor holds up better 10 years out.
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Now it's my second favorite Tribe album 16 août 2004
Par DukeOfEarl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I first copped this, I put it in my system at home and listened to it mostly subconsciously while doing other things. At first, I was very dissappointed at what I had heard and angry about how this was so different than their three predecessors. It would be a while before I played it again.

The next time I popped "B,R, & L" in was in my car, thinking it needed a second chance. Before I was halfway through the disc I started feeling it. And soon I was really feeling it. At first I was unsatisfied with the more prevalent swearing and very laid-back beats and flows, but once I started understanding their approach I played this like it was brand new. I still found time to listen to it throughout the next couple of months in which I bought many new cd's.

I should say that this is tied as my second favorite Tribe album with "Low End Theory" and behind their first masterpiece ("Peoples' Instictive Travels..."). "Midnight Marauders" was solid, but I never really got into that one. The strong point of this album starts with "The Pressure" and ending with "Keep It Moving," probably the strongest 6-10 lineup I've heard on any cd. Q-Tip's solo "Get A Hold" is a standout too, and probably my favorite on the disc. This album is worth buying alone for tracks 2 and 6-10. "Phony Rappers" and "Wordplay" are songs that are also not to be missed. "Separate/Together" is a beautiful short track as well. I really like the feel of "Stressed Out," even though Consequence delivers a weak last verse (like he does thoughout most of his few turns throughout the album), nontheless Faith's vocals leave with the perfect mood ending the disc.

In no way did the Tribe fall off starting here. I prefer this album to "Midnight Marauders" any day. I pretty much hated this album at first and ended up loving it, a sign of a true classic and that the Tribe were trying new things. The rhymes are more laid-back and focused, and almost perfect while giving new definitions of positivity. Q-Tip is not to be missed here. I ended up enjoying many of the beats very much and consider some of them as their best since "Peoples' Instinctive...". Buy this and you will find out that the Tribe offer many suggestions here on how to perfect your "Beats, Rhymes, and Life."
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halfway between Midnight and Love Movement 23 juin 2004
Par B - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Q-Tip was best in the middle of the Tribe's career. Before Midnight Marauders and after this album, his lyrical muscles were just too weak for his image as the Abstract Poetic. This album attempts to supersede the impossibly high level of balanced perfection that Midnight Marauders presented to the world. They add mini tracks (Crew, Separate/Together) and try to attack the mainstream directly (many conscious rappers don't know that conscious rap only works when it doesn't keep talking about how conscious it is). They try to embrace the party world (Jam, the Hop) and the cerebral world (Mind Power) and flirt with less conventional song forms (Word Play). This is all well and good, except for Consequence (where the hell did he come from?) and Stressed Out, which can be omitted from the album with no trouble at all.
The production on this album strikes an excellent balance, and the overall pace of the album is even more deliberately measured than that of Midnight, which was almost a fluke of a perfect album. There are discordant keyboards on joints like Phony Rappers and Separate/Together, then the tight jams of the horribly underrated Get a Hold and the hint of what is yet to come, Keeping it Moving. Most of the songs retain a crucial jazz element of the earlier work combined with a hint of the futuristic sterility of the Love Movement, but this middle ground, combined with the unhurried brilliance of the lyrical work, makes it my favorite tribe album.
Instead of being a great rap album like the one before it, Beats Rhymes and Life is a great Tribe album. It takes time to understand it but it fits perfectly in its place in the Tribe canon and in the mid 90s, when hip hop was just about to start killing itself.
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