Yeah, I think the Straight Outta Compton movie has helped Eazy E get a little more exposure on the level of Dre and Cube as I've read in the comment sections on YouTube videos that some people didn't really know Eazy E before the movie. I imagine some people from my past, they knew Dre and Cube but didn't really know Eazy E but because of the movie coming out, they'll know him now.
Just finished listening to that bonus track, fantastic. Yeah, I've got a lot of albums I want to listen to and I've added Dynamite and Synkronized to that list. High Times was a compilation of some of his best hits, so there's bound to be a lot of underrated unknown stuff I haven't heard from them on their LP's, so I'm going to get on that for sure when I can
HA! I had the tape as a kid and used to play it in the car. It's a stone cold classic. It'll always remind me of the drive to school. I might dig that tape out and give it another listen. I bet it holds up. 'Do the Bartman' will always bring back memories of school discos, too.
I just finished listening to the album now and wow, it is a solid album. Not a bad song on it and Jamiroquai hasn't lost a step. Every track makes a great dance track, they're so funky and groovy. They put a modern twist on the album but they stay true to classic Jamiroquai at the same time. The Cloud 9 song/video reminded me of Cosmic Girl, they were very alike. Shake It On was a great opener and the rest of the album is just as enjoyable. I hope this album wins Best Album Of The Year, it was absolutely great. This album deserves the praise it's getting, such good vibes on it.