F*ck What You Think
Download links and information about F*ck What You Think by Main Source. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 40:42 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Rap|
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|1.||Diary of a Hitman||5:23|
|2.||Only the Real Survive||3:31|
|3.||What You Need||4:15|
|7.||Where We're Coming From||3:22|
|9.||F*Ck What You Think||4:37|
|10.||Set It Off||4:41|
|11.||Scratch and Kut 94'||2:06|
Even if Main Source's lineup had remained the same for the follow-up to Breaking Atoms, the group would've had trouble following it up. That's not all the group had working against it. Most significantly, in a very gutsy move, K-Cut and Sir Scratch opted to keep Main Source running after the departure of Large Professor, easily their greatest asset as both an MC and a producer. They replaced him with the rougher-sounding Mikey D. and didn't return with F*ck What You Think until a full three years after Breaking Atoms impacted the hip-hop world. Needless to say, the group is much less of a force without their original member; while the in-house production isn't lacking by any stretch, it simply doesn't have the same degree of liveliness as Breaking Atoms, and there's nothing that makes Mikey D. a distinctive MC. Perhaps it's unfair to judge this record against a landmark that has such a different element to it; if this had been a debut by a new group, it probably would've gone down better. But, by retaining the name Main Source, K-Cut and Sir Scratch left themselves completely open. Regardless of the circumstances, F*ck What You Think does not sound like the work of a group. It sounds like the work of two remaining group members struggling to maintain completely lost momentum for all the wrong reasons.