Shad Viciouz "Shadow" Based on True Story (Changed Name) Album low volume quality????

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Mar 9, 2019
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this is the same thing that happen to me in 2001 with "Demonz n my sleep"

Ya'll remember that when 1,000 copies

woodie told us they were mastered wrong by koch records

he was gettin them back but who knows what happened

All i know is why does this new shadow sound so low volume?

I can't bump it or nothing. (even though those type of keyboard key tone beats never bump but still)

It sounds dope but i can't hear shit....

Anyone notice?

Sounds just as low as the first advanced demonz n my sleep
I expect the XO album to be low volume but not this

THe version of snippets on demonz n my sleep that woodie boy gave me was low volume. I said wtff woodie knew
Then i got a cd version whicch was the advanced with 12 tracks but still low vol, i said wtf? so why would woodie let this get out in stores like thtat?

he said it was a accident on a few but reallly it was on purpose to sell more records on koch. It back fired i think

I dont know will find out from shadow why his new name album is low volume just like woodie demonz n my sleep cause i need a new copy with a louder

reg mastered audio album cause this is like a mixtape & i do not buy mixtapes

Have a lot to say cause i wanna buy this bitch but not payin for low audio shit

hit me

[email protected]

Need a shadow album copy CD PRESSED
 
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He didn’t want to have an Antioch sound? What is he going for then? It’s funny when some rappers try and switch their sound. A lot of times it doesn’t work and ends up hurting them in the long run. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
 
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He also said he is too lyrically advanced to be rappin with big tone and other ppl he used to rap with and that he doesn't fuck with them no more. Good luck to him lol. You'd think after taking 15 years to finally drop his solo album he been promising everyone, it would be some straight fire. But its mediocre
 
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I thought his lyrics were worse then they used to be. His flow was so smooth back in the day. All the cats that were on his album pretty much sucked, except A-wax obviously. His Arsenal Empire homies were subpar lyrically.
 
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I just bought my copy off iTunes yesterday. I like that his production is different. We grow as humans so glad his beats did too. I dig it. I don’t notice it being low in quality though🤔I’ll have to give it a try in my vehicle to see if it does.
 
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He didn’t want to have an Antioch sound? What is he going for then? It’s funny when some rappers try and switch their sound. A lot of times it doesn’t work and ends up hurting them in the long run. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Artists want to experiment and take a different route / approach to keep THEMSELVES interested.

The art needs to feel fresh and challenging, and relevant to the moment they're living in, and therefore worth the time and money they spend.

Creativity is somewhat of fragile thing in that way. ESPECIALLY if it's not being constantly nurtured---artists will feel the need to do something drastic to "re-invent" themselves and get that feeling back that came naturally when they first started.

As fans, it's hard to sympathize with that. We feel insulted when our favorite rapper abandons all the things that made us fans in the first place.

I do think it has less to do with trying to gain a new audience/ being disloyal to the day 1's, and more to do with themselves as creative people.

That's the only way I can justify what happens to ALL OF my favorite rappers.
 
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Artists want to experiment and take a different route / approach to keep THEMSELVES interested.

The art needs to feel fresh and challenging, and relevant to the moment they're living in, and therefore worth the time and money they spend.

Creativity is somewhat of fragile thing in that way. ESPECIALLY if it's not being constantly nurtured---artists will feel the need to do something drastic to "re-invent" themselves and get that feeling back that came naturally when they first started.

As fans, it's hard to sympathize with that. We feel insulted when our favorite rapper abandons all the things that made us fans in the first place.

I do think it has less to do with trying to gain a new audience/ being disloyal to the day 1's, and more to do with themselves as creative people.

That's the only way I can justify what happens to ALL OF my favorite rappers.

I get what you’re saying. I’ve never looked at it like that but it makes sense
 
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The beats to me didn't sound experimental at all. I thought they just sounded like average at best Norte produced music. I think he put out his album way to late in his rap career. To put out his first album at age 40 years is kinda crazy.
 
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The beats to me didn't sound experimental at all. I thought they just sounded like average at best Norte produced music. I think he put out his album way to late in his rap career. To put out his first album at age 40 years is kinda crazy.
Lol how was a Tracy chapman sample an average Norte prdoduced music
 
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Ok that's one song. 90% of it was of the beats sounded old and were pretty weak. He took 20 years to come out with an album and it was average at best. B- Dawg and A-Wax are the exceptions but the rest of the features sucked.