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Mad Flava|From Tha Ground Unda

From Tha Ground Unda

Mad Flava

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In hip-hop parlance, "flow" is a term that refers to a rapper's delivery or rhyming technique -- what a musician calls "chops," a hip-hopper calls a "flow." On From the Ground Unda, Mad Flava emphasizes flow, flow and more flow. While other rap CDs might concern themselves with telling some type of story or pulling the listener in with hooks or beats, the main purpose of this CD is showing off Mad Flava's flows. To be sure, the members of Mad Flava (an obscure group from Dallas) have a strong technique, but unfortunately, hearing them do nothing but show it off wears thin after awhile. At first, the group's rhyming skills are admirable, but the approach seems limited after being inundated with nothing but technique for over an hour. When Mad Flava does nothing but boast on song after song, you find yourself wishing they would bring some much needed variety to their lyrics. From the Ground Unda fell through the cracks, and when the 1990s were coming to an end, Flava had yet to come out with a second album.
© Alex Henderson /TiVo

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Mad Flava

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1
Mad Intro Explicit
00:01:32

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

2
From Tha Ground Unda Explicit
00:03:54

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

3
Raw Interlude Explicit
00:00:53

G. Garza, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

4
Gotz Ta Flow Ta This Explicit
00:04:51

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

5
To Tha Break Explicit
00:04:21

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

6
Feel Tha Flava Explicit
00:03:46

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

7
Wax On Tha Belt (Baby G Gets Biz) Explicit
00:00:35

G. Garza, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

8
Bump Ya Head Explicit
00:03:27

Chris Parker, Composer - H. Hancock, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

9
Lick A Shot Explicit
00:03:50

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer - J. Pimentel, Composer - M. Tingling, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

10
Kasaan Goes Off Tha Dome Explicit
00:02:11

Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer - J. Pimentel, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

11
Git Tha Funk Up Explicit
00:04:11

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

12
Housewreckers Explicit
00:04:06

Chris Parker, Composer - Barrett Strong, Composer - Norman Whitfield, Composer - G. Garza, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer - J. Pimentel, Composer - M. Tingling, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

13
Hype Dawgs Vibe Explicit
00:00:42

Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

14
Spread Tha Butta Explicit
00:04:22

J. Farrell, Composer - Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

15
What's A Dog 2 Do? Explicit
00:02:38

Chris Parker, Composer - G. Garza, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

16
Freak 'Em Explicit
00:04:22

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

17
On Tha 2 And 1 Explicit
00:01:34

Chris Parker, Composer - G. Garza, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

18
Fools Explicit
00:03:43

Chris Parker, Composer - G. Garza, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

19
I Like 2 Smoke Weed & Listen 2 Hip Hop Explicit
00:02:31

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

20
You Can't Fuck Wit It Explicit
00:02:51

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

21
Feel Tha Flava (Smooth Jazz Remix) Explicit
00:03:40

Chris Parker, Composer - Mad Flava, MainArtist - Erich Krause, Composer

(C) 1994 Priority Records LLC ℗ 1994 Priority Records, LLC

Descriptif de l'album

In hip-hop parlance, "flow" is a term that refers to a rapper's delivery or rhyming technique -- what a musician calls "chops," a hip-hopper calls a "flow." On From the Ground Unda, Mad Flava emphasizes flow, flow and more flow. While other rap CDs might concern themselves with telling some type of story or pulling the listener in with hooks or beats, the main purpose of this CD is showing off Mad Flava's flows. To be sure, the members of Mad Flava (an obscure group from Dallas) have a strong technique, but unfortunately, hearing them do nothing but show it off wears thin after awhile. At first, the group's rhyming skills are admirable, but the approach seems limited after being inundated with nothing but technique for over an hour. When Mad Flava does nothing but boast on song after song, you find yourself wishing they would bring some much needed variety to their lyrics. From the Ground Unda fell through the cracks, and when the 1990s were coming to an end, Flava had yet to come out with a second album.
© Alex Henderson /TiVo

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