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Scott Lark - Razzle Dazzle FLAC album


Performer: Scott Lark
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: Razzle Dazzle
Country: US
Released: 2017
FLAC version ZIP size: 1345 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1535 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1256 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 523
Other Formats: AC3 AIFF MP4 MOD WAV ADX MIDI

Scott Lark ‎– Razzle Dazzle. Label: Contract Recording Company ‎– CRC31052. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L451. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.

Songs start at USD . 9. 1996 Contract Recording Company.

Other songs sampled in Scott Lark Da Sensei's Razzle Dazzle: How I Could Just Kill a Man by Cypress Hill (1991).

Style: rap. Album year: 1996. Scott Lark - Razzle Dazzle (LP) 04:49. Scott Lark - I Killed A Hoe 04:11. Scott Lark - The Movie (LP) 04:39. Scott Lark - It Ain't Goin Down (LP) 04:03. Scott Lark - Natural Bliss 03:45. Scott Lark - Ashes To Ashes 03:47. Scott Lark - Razzle Dazzle 04:49. Scott Lark - It Ain't Goin Down 04:05. Scott Lark - The Movie 04:39. Scott Lark - Razzle Dazzle 04:48. Scott Lark - Razzle Dazzle 04:18. Scott Lark - Stomped 02:54.

It Ain't Goin Down (LP) (feat. Razzle Dazzle, 04:49.

Since this album became so rare we decided to release a limited CD (no CD-R;) ) reissue with bonus material. We removed a couple of tracks such as Radio versions etc. and replaced them with 2 unreleased tracks & 1 remix by The Custodian Of Records. Tracklist: 01. Razzle Dazzle 02. I Killed A Hoe 03. The Movie 04. It Ain´t Going Down (Feat. Jaggid Edge) 05. Insight 06. Natural Bliss 07.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Razzle Dazzle
2 I Killed A Hoe
3 The Movie
4 It Ain't Goin' Down
Featuring – Jaggid Edge
5 Insight
6 Natural Bliss
7 Ashes To Ashes
8 Stomped
Featuring – B-Fyne*
9 Insight (TCOR Remix)
Remix – Custodian Of Records
10 Get Off My Vine (Posse Cut) (Previously Unreleased)
Featuring – The Funk Family
11 Camouflage (Previously Unreleased)

Credits

  • Producer – Tony D

Notes

Limited Edition of 100.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CRC31052 Scott Lark* Razzle Dazzle ‎(CD, Album) Contract Recording Company CRC31052 US 1996
CRC S1054 Scott Lark Da Sensei Razzle Dazzle ‎(Cass) Contract Recording Company CRC S1054 US 1996

Iaiastta
If you manage to find a copy, don't hesitate to grab this gem. I was hesitant to pick this up because of the review posted below by "re4z," but had the seller give the CD a listen before purchasing and he reported back that it sounded great. I went ahead with the purchase and concurred with the seller and the review by "underboss76," sound quality is perfect. Track 8 is super heavy on the low end, but that is a reflection of the original track, not this specific pressing. All in all, I was genuinely surprised by how good these tracks sounded for their age. Peace to Scott Lark and Cha-Ching Records.

Simple
Recording is very poor quality, much worse than the original copy. I'm disappointed. Scott Lark ☆☆☆☆☆ / Cha-Ching Records ☆.

Cktiell
Wu-Tang-Warrior When I buy a CD, it's usually to play said CD on my sound system in my home or my car, both of which, deliver a satisfying listening experience. I'm not really buying a CD to rip it onto my computer and take spectrograms of the files. With that being said, the Reissue CD sounds great to me and I would consider it inherently to be CD Quality. I've looked at the spectrograms you've included and I've taken my own with Spek, I own both CD's and extracted the lossless audio and I was met with the same results. The original CD is showing a higher KHz and DB and generally has a slightly fuller sound. I'm not interested in getting into an audiophile debate here but for me personally, the Reissue CD sounds almost identical upon raising the volume a few steps on my player. I'm not hearing any degradation in the actual source audio that detracts from the listening experience. I think it's unfair to say 'It's not CD quality" because your measurement for that is a sprectrogram that doesn't deliver the complete information of the tracks. It's possible that the CD was mastered at a lower DB, and it's also possible that the source tracks were not the same as the original CD, who knows if those were available to Cha-Ching when the CD was pressed. I know I can comfortably listen to the Reissue CD at a volume that I listen to any recently released CD that would test better on a spectrogram and it sounds good, YES REALLY. Like I've stated, I listen to my CD's, I don't buy them to test them and discern where they fall on the KHz spectrum. Your review and additional info makes it sound like the CD is ripped from the cassette tape or something. Furthermore, it's disrespectful to deliver a blanket review of Cha-Ching Records as 1 star and potentially damage their reputation. You need to look into the history of Cha-Ching, who it was founded by and what it represents to the culture of Hip-Hop. To even have this CD reissued was a surprise and a gift for those who never heard the original or who can't afford the resale prices. And bottom line, IT SOUNDS GOOD, I've confirmed this with multiple sources and it seems to me that your exploiting a minor difference that may be true according to the digital measurement of a spectrogram but to the listener this difference is not remarkable enough to fail on delivering an experience that mirrors the original. The songs are there, the songs sound good, and to anyone that's curious on what the Reissue CD sounds like, just shoot me a message and I'll send you the lossless files to preview, I find it hard to imagine that you'll be disappointed. Ok, enjoy it. I'm not against.1 star for the unprofessionalism.

skriper
PS: In this digital age of the internet, it's pretty dope to be debating the sound of a CD that was originally released 20 years ago, I hope Scott Lark and Tony D are alive and well in dialogues another 20 years from now. I f***ing love Hip-Hop... PEACE.

Rias
re4z Wu-Tang-Warrior Yo, were you listening to the CD on a potato? Just received a copy purchased here on Discogs... Sound quality is balanced with exceptional bass and balance, especially for tracks that were recorded and produced 20 years ago. You might need to check your speakers before throwing out misinformation like this. LOL. Don't be rude. You do not know of what you speak, and that's very funny. Good quality? REALLY?sound spectrogram :1. Original CDhttp://i.imgur.com/590CgCS.png2. Reissue (It's not cd quality)http://i.imgur.com/uwSSphg.png When I buy a CD, it's usually to play said CD on my sound system in my home or my car, both of which, deliver a satisfying listening experience. I'm not really buying a CD to rip it onto my computer and take spectrograms of the files. With that being said, the Reissue CD sounds great to me and I would consider it inherently to be CD Quality. I've looked at the spectrograms you've included and I've taken my own with Spek, I own both CD's and extracted the lossless audio and I was met with the same results. The original CD is showing a higher KHz and DB and generally has a slightly fuller sound. I'm not interested in getting into an audiophile debate here but for me personally, the Reissue CD sounds almost identical upon raising the volume a few steps on my player. I'm not hearing any degradation in the actual source audio that detracts from the listening experience. I think it's unfair to say 'It's not CD quality" because your measurement for that is a sprectrogram that doesn't deliver the complete information of the tracks. It's possible that the CD was mastered at a lower DB, and it's also possible that the source tracks were not the same as the original CD, who knows if those were available to Cha-Ching when the CD was pressed. I know I can comfortably listen to the Reissue CD at a volume that I listen to any recently released CD that would test better on a spectrogram and it sounds good, YES REALLY. Like I've stated, I listen to my CD's, I don't buy them to test them and discern where they fall on the KHz spectrum. Your review and additional info makes it sound like the CD is ripped from the cassette tape or something. Furthermore, it's disrespectful to deliver a blanket review of Cha-Ching Records as 1 star and potentially damage their reputation. You need to look into the history of Cha-Ching, who it was founded by and what it represents to the culture of Hip-Hop. To even have this CD reissued was a surprise and a gift for those who never heard the original or who can't afford the resale prices. And bottom line, IT SOUNDS GOOD, I've confirmed this with multiple sources and it seems to me that your exploiting a minor difference that may be true according to the digital measurement of a spectrogram but to the listener this difference is not remarkable enough to fail on delivering an experience that mirrors the original. The songs are there, the songs sound good, and to anyone that's curious on what the Reissue CD sounds like, just shoot me a message and I'll send you the lossless files to preview, I find it hard to imagine that you'll be disappointed.

Mustard Forgotten
Wu-Tang-Warrior Yo, were you listening to the CD on a potato? Just received a copy purchased here on Discogs... Sound quality is balanced with exceptional bass and balance, especially for tracks that were recorded and produced 20 years ago. You might need to check your speakers before throwing out misinformation like this. LOL. Don't be rude. You do not know of what you speak, and that's very funny. Good quality? REALLY?sound spectrogram :1. Original CDhttp://i.imgur.com/590CgCS.png2. Reissue (It's not cd quality)http://i.imgur.com/uwSSphg.png

WtePSeLNaGAyko
Yo, were you listening to the CD on a potato? Just received a copy purchased here on Discogs... Sound quality is balanced with exceptional bass and balance, especially for tracks that were recorded and produced 20 years ago. You might need to check your speakers before throwing out misinformation like this.