The Cactus Revisited
Download links and information about The Cactus Revisited by 3rd Bass. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 7 tracks with total duration of 36:13 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Rap|
|Buy it NOW at:|
|Buy on iTunes $4.99|
|Buy on Amazon $5.49|
|1.||The Gas Face (Remix)||2:08|
|2.||The Cactus (Remix)||5:43|
|3.||Wordz of Wizdom (Remix)||7:56|
|4.||3 Strikes 5000 (Vocal Version Single)||4:11|
|6.||Product of the Environment (Remix)||4:26|
|7.||Steppin' to the A.M. (Remix)||4:36|
A bit of a between-album attempt to keep the band in people's sights, Cactus Revisited takes most of the biggest hits from 3rd Bass' debut and hands them over to such respected mixers as Marley Marl, Dave Darrell, and Prince Paul for them to play with. It is a patchy diversion. Some remixes such as the more danceable version of "The Cactus" or Prince Paul's terrifically energized take on "Gas Face" are mighty entertaining, but others seem to just sit on their thumbs and lengthen the original tracks. "Wordz of Wisdom," for instance, is clearly the worst delinquent because despite an absolutely delightful use of Depeche Mode samples, it quickly staggers as it tries to stretch out into its eight-minute entirety. Plus, to make matters worse, the previously unreleased "3 Strikes 5000" quickly loses its collector gem value since it later appeared on the band's superb Derelicts of Dialect full-length. In any case, for those desperately looking for anything new from a band cut too short in their career, Cactus Revisited might still placate such woes. Flaws and all. It's just unfortunate that while 3rd Bass might have been one of the most underappreciated hip-hop acts around, this patchy remix collection too frequently gives their detractors more than enough ammo to fire back at them.