I thought it was a very tight release. You could tell it was unpolished, but it had some tight tracks. You could tell Lynch was heading in a different direction since Loaded, and it was probably Lynch's best Lyrically and the beats were tight.
Unfortunately, that would only be one of the few things released in that time frame. I would not even include "The Virus" because that was almost a 100% recycled project. Maybe there was only one track Lynch released in that time frame (Courpse Came To Dinner), and that was amazing.
That time has passed now and will be gone forever, the only thing we have got since Loaded was LBI, and what a horrible release for Lynch after all those years.
So yes, EBK4 was a tigth CD, I still bump it. I know there were a few recycled tracks on the CD, but there were a lot of new tracks. Not disappointed in it at all. I wish Ced would still release these projects.
Dogg Market = Tight
My Love = Great track. Love the beat. I wish Pook & Shotgun was not on the track, just Lynch on 3 verses because his first one is classic. Lynch @ his peak in my opinion.
Raw Meat = Another classic and Lynch @ his peak again.
Holding On = Tightest track on the CD. Classic Lynch.
Blood On The Rug = Tight.