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Journey to Anywhere


Download links and information about Journey to Anywhere by Ugly Duckling. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:09:20 minutes.

Artist: Ugly Duckling
Release date: 2000
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:09:20
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No. Title Length
1. Introduckling 3:29
2. I Did It Like This 3:12
3. Journey to Anywhere 4:31
4. Friday Night 3:19
5. A Little Samba 3:20
6. The Pike 2:10
7. If You Wanna Know 3:54
8. Eye On the Gold Chain 3:16
9. Pick Up Lines 3:14
10. Rock On Top 3:48
11. Oasis 3:33
12. Dizzy 2:18
13. Down the Road 3:59
14. Lay It On Ya 3:18
15. Good Time Greetings 0:29
16. Cardiff 4:22
17. Eye On the Gold Chain (Cut Chemist Remix) 4:05
18. Do Your Thing 3:10
19. Another Samba 4:01
20. Big Bank Take Little Bank 2:07
21. Visions of Grandeur (featuring L Double) 3:45



It's easy to dismiss Ugly Duckling as just three white kids clowning around. Of course, the same could have been said about the Beastie Boys and they eventually turned into legitimate hip-hop artists. The trio has a scattershot comic approach, lampooning the excesses of modern hip-hop. In Journey to Anywhere, the trio attacks materialism in "A Little Samba," as well as hip-hop's obsession with sex in "Pickup Lines." Their antics could come off as pretentious if they weren't willing to poke fun at themselves, something that MCs Andy Cat and Dizzy Dustin are more than willing to do. While the MCs still have a lot to learn, the real star of the show is DJ Young Einstein, who seems to have a knack for cleverly cutting up old-school grooves. Although it's unlikely that this trio will ever reach the lofty heights of the Beasties, Ugly Duckling may someday prove to be good for more than just a few laughs.