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3 Feet High and Rising

De La Soul

1989

3 Feet High and Rising

Album Summary

3 Feet High and Rising is the debut studio album by American hip hop group De La Soul, released on March 3, 1989[1] by Tommy Boy Records. It is the first of three collaborations with producer Prince Paul, which would become the critical and commercial peak of both parties. The album title comes from the Johnny Cash song "Five Feet High and Rising". The album contains the singles "Me Myself and I", "The Magic Number", "Buddy", and "Eye Know". Critically, as well as commercially, the album was a success. It is consistently placed on lists of the greatest albums of all time by noted critics and publications, with Robert Christgau calling it "unlike any rap album you or anybody else has ever heard". In 1998, it was selected as one of The Source Magazine's "100 Best Rap Albums". It was selected by the Library of Congress as a 2010 addition to the National Recording Registry, which selects recordings annually that are culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.

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3.57

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4694

Genres

  • Hip Hop
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Tue Aug 30 2022
5

It's genuinely heartbreaking that this album isn't on any streaming services, because it means that De La Soul has fallen out of the conversation of greatest 80s and 90s hip hop groups. This album, their debut, is absolutely brilliant. Funny, corny, listenable. It influenced so many modern artists, and I didn't realize before hearing it how much my favorite albums (such as Wildflower, by the Avalanches) are based on it. I can't identify a favorite song or moment, because they're all so good. This is an instant 5/5 for me, and it's by far the best album on this list that I'd never listened to before.

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Tue Aug 30 2022
5

Very fun and incredibly clever. Many reviews compare this record to Sgt. Pepper but for hip pop. The comparison is completely understandable. Very fun concept album with great lyricism and wonderful production. The album does not drag even with the track-listing being more than an hour long. The album just feels like a group of friends having fun on the mic and in the studio. Favorite Track: Magic Number Least Favorite Track: De La Orgee

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Thu Aug 25 2022
5

One of the best hip hop albums on this list. The game show stuff was a really fun theme throughout. Great lyrics, samples, and beats. Plus Q-tip!

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Mon Aug 29 2022
5

Wonderful, if it's not the Sgt Pepper's of hip-hop, it is the Dark Side of the Moon of hip-hop! Absolute genius, even if it's not on Spotify

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Wed Dec 14 2022
5

Can only listen to half on YouTube as album is not available on other streaming platforms

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Thu Oct 20 2022
3

Eh if this was a tribe called quest I wouldn't have been able to tell difference, also link went to "the missing album by the noel reading band and I listened to most of that(which if you care was 3/5)

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Sun Aug 28 2022
5

fun and vibey!!

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Tue Aug 30 2022
5

It’s definitely a fun album that still feels modern even today. Too bad their music doesn’t stream so I can listen to it without YouTube audio compression

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Tue Aug 30 2022
5

What a fun listen! This album is cited in this site for being of the called "Golden Age of Hip Hop" for a good reason. With a very original concept, a great sense of humour and the incorporation of many different genres from funk to rap rock, this album is a true masterpiece. My only issue is: why tf isn't this album on Spotify? It's so sad that this fun piece of hip hop history hadn't made it to the biggest music streaming service.

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Sun Sep 04 2022
5

Top 10 all time. At Least

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Sun Sep 04 2022
5

How many times did the Batmobile catch a flat???

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Tue Sep 06 2022
5

A fantastic and influential debut album from a talented trio, bringing a new sound and image to hip hop (one somewhat rebuked on their follow up De La Soul is Dead) and recalling the earlier days of classic hip hop. There are so many classic tracks here and is a showcase for the art of sampling, creating something new from something old. Three Is The Magic Number and Me, Myself and I are wicked party tracks, Eye Know is a surprisingly touching hip hop love song and Buddy is an energetic posse cut with like minded acts Jungle Brothers and Q Tip (but seek out the superior 12 inch remix with Phife Dawg, Queen Latifah and Monie Love plus a Kazoo horn section!). The downsides are an obsession with body odour and bad breath and a slew of skits and in jokes which amuse the band but nobody else. For this, a star was almost docked but my love for the band and for some even greater albums that followed since (Buhloone Mindstate, De La Soul is Dead) five stars are coming De La’s way.

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Thu Sep 08 2022
5

retro. loved it

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Fri Sep 09 2022
5

Great album with top notch production and awesome beats throughout.

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Mon Sep 12 2022
5

Unable to stream this anywhere, unfortunately. Fortunately, I still have them on CD. This was the first rap album that I got to really listen to, when my older brother borrowed the tape from a friend. I had no idea music could be this eclectic, creative, playful and downright WEIRD. De La Soul definitely matured as artists, but they never lost their sense of humor or creativity. One thing that separates them from other hip hop acts is the variety of different flows/use of meter that they use. Every album features songs that use off-kilter rhyme schemes, and it all started here. There's precise iambic/trochaic delivery on Me Myself and I, a weird thesis statement at the beginning of each couplet on D.A.I.S.Y. Age, and delayed/echoing rhyme payoffs in Potholes in my lawn, just to name three.

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Wed Sep 21 2022
5

Eye know is such a great song, and in general the album is really good ! 4,5/5

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Fri Sep 23 2022
5

One’s personal high-water mark for hip-hop. The joy and warmth and humor, plus the communal feel of the whole thing. Listening today, one senses there’s perhaps too much filler (or forgettable inserts). This many full-on classics makes this 5. Shame about the lawsuit. And don’t sleep on De La Soul is Dead.

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Mon Oct 03 2022
5

Wow, hard to find to stream but what a nice sound and vibe.

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Tue Oct 04 2022
5

Obv 5 star

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Wed Oct 12 2022
5

love

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Mon Oct 17 2022
5

This sounded unlike anything else when I first bought it back in 1989. It's the loved up response to a West Coast rap scene that was heading down the gangster route. I knew which direction I wanted to turn to. Hip Hop concept albums should usually be avoided. But the dialogue and in-jokes aren't annoying, They keep the Daisy Age feel flowing thoughout. There's still room for politics with It's a Ghetto Thing. Plus there's also personal politics on Say No Go. This should be a SIX star album.

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Mon Oct 17 2022
5

Smart, inventive, playful, positive, and unlike anything that had gone before. And the sort of album that couldn’t be made now in this age of strict sample clearance, as I am sure the almost-bankrupted De La would attest to. Which is a shame, as the samples are used creatively and with love, but there you go. One of the greatest albums ever made.

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Thu Oct 27 2022
5

This is the first hip hop album that I truly liked from all of the ones I've had to listen during this challenge. So upbeat and groovy! Pity it's not on Spotify! Some weirder tracks on the second half of the album, but overall really good. Favourite tracks: The Magic Number, Change in Speak, Ghetto Thang, Tread Water, Me Myself and I, Plug Tunin

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Sun Oct 30 2022
5

This has got to be regarded as one of the best hip hop albums of all-time. It was like listening to a musical collage with great lyrics & vocals on top of bits of sampled a songs with creative instrumentation. Everything fit together beautifully by masters of music. Excellent album.

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Thu Nov 03 2022
5

It's a shame that this wasn't available on Spotify. It was always one of my favorite hip hop albums. I was able to find it all on YouTube. Great stuff!

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Tue Nov 08 2022
5

What a way to start a weekt and continue my lessons on hip hop (Also thank you to the ppl that put this album on YouTube); from the opening skit I was smiling and the vibe never went away. It was a joy through and through, and learning more about how innovating it was and the impact it had on the culture just made it all the more enjoyable. 5/5, recommending it to everyone.

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Wed Nov 30 2022
5

Hard to find, brilliant

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Tue Dec 13 2022
5

Hugely influential. This was one of the first popular rap albums to not focus on life in the streets. It is a tour de force assemblage of sounds of all genres - there is soul, pop, rock, disco, country all weaved together. There will soon be others that attempt this - some successful (Paul's Boutique) and others not so much. A great work and an awesome debut.

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Mon Dec 19 2022
5

so amazing

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Mon Dec 19 2022
5

Excellent

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Fri Dec 23 2022
5

Wrong disc! The missing album from NOEL REDDING https://open.spotify.com/album/3KfvJUJv7Y0NuacdyqidJ0?si=Tn97GoSmRf6dX8ZJAO8yqA

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Fri Dec 23 2022
5

Wow this record was really ahead of its time. It really started the whole conscious/sample-heavy rap that would rise in the 90s. Packed with great tracks. Lots of cool samples. I also really appreciate how the tracks flow into each other. I’ve commonly heard this referred to as “The Sgt Pepper of Hip Hop”. Really fun listen overall.

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Wed Jan 04 2023
5

I know this is a good one. Love some De La Soul.

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Thu Jan 12 2023
5

So bloody good. One of their best and one of of the best. 5 stars.

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Wed Jan 25 2023
5

An absolute classic. Start to finish.

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Wed Feb 01 2023
5

Difficult to find (I found on soundcloud). Just absolutely outstanding. Playful, funny, inventive, beats and flow on point and lyricism is superb, but what really makes it is the range and quality of the sampling.

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Sun Feb 05 2023
5

cool

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Wed Aug 24 2022
4

This is actually one of my favorite hip hop albums of its era. From front to back De La Soul show their lyrical prowess and penchant for fireball sampling.

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Wed Aug 24 2022
4

pretty goofy but cool

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Mon Sep 05 2022
4

Few tunes, fun little album!

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Tue Sep 06 2022
4

magic number is such a goooodddd song omgg. the album is good but can feel lengthy sometimes

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Wed Sep 07 2022
4

Curioso que este disco o lo tienes comprado en físico o nada. No es posible su descarga legal ni tampoco el streaming online. Todo parece que se debe a que los mil y un sample incluidos son imposibles de licenciar. Canciones como The Magic Number o Me myself and I, son suficientes para que este álbum estén en esta lista. Hip-hop y Rap del 89 con el aroma de los 90.

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Wed Sep 07 2022
4

Great stuff - never heard of it before.

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Fri Sep 09 2022
4

My favorite album so far (besides London calling). My favorite tracks: Potholes in my Lawn Tread water Ghetto thang The magic number Me myself and I Such a fun album!

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Mon Sep 12 2022
4

83/100: Wow, never heard of this group or album before and I can’t believe it’s taken me this long in my life to find this. What an incredibly fun energy from this album. It sounds like a group of friends just decided to make an album. I can almost picture De La Soul cracking jokes throughout recording sessions. The through line of the game show is both genius and hilarious, and I mean the sheer number of “De La Soul” based plays on words—from “de la clothes” to “de la heaven”—is so damn comical in a great way. Through all the fun, though, this group produced a masterpiece. I saw a YouTube comment (because this album for some reason isn’t on Spotify) calling this album the “Sgt. Pepper’s of rap,” and honestly I see it. This album follows no set of rules—it does what it wants throughout every second of every track. The interlude “Cool Breeze on the Rocks” is a great example of this. This song just sounds like flipping through stations on the radio, but somehow it just works within the context of the album. I wish this album was on Spotify so I can listen to it on repeat for the next week.

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Tue Sep 13 2022
4

Outstanding album. Inteligent, creative Hip hop without Ganstas or mumble. 4/5.

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Thu Sep 15 2022
4

Highlight: Magic Number

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Thu Sep 15 2022
4

Don’t normally listen to much hip-hop but this took me straight back to the 90’s! Lots of fun to listen to

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Sun Sep 18 2022
4

Jenifa Taught Me - interesting, thoughtful Ghetto Thang - very catchy Eye Know - whistle is a nice touch, very catchy Tread Water - very catchy Potholes in My Lawn - catchy, nice baseline Say No Go - nice baseline, vocals are angelic, drums go well De La Orgee - damn! Buddy - Q Tip!, mellow Me Myself and I - vibe, synth, harmony I Can Do Anything (Delacratic) - optimistic, vibey Happy, lovey dovey, 80s vibes but introspective, a tribe called quest vibes. more weed tho

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Sun Sep 25 2022
4

Classic 4.5

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Mon Sep 26 2022
4

Highlights: Magic Number, Eye Know, Say No Go, Buddy, Description

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Mon Sep 26 2022
4

Yeah this is good

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Sat Oct 01 2022
4

Enjoyed the listen. Amusing that they were labelled the hippies of rap.

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Tue Oct 04 2022
4

Much more country than I remembered.

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Tue Oct 04 2022
4

What an amazing album, I did not know what to expect but it was a fabolous experience Amazing flow, sampling on point, annoyig that it is avaliable becouse if more ppl knew about this album today it would be in the goat debate

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Thu Oct 06 2022
4

De La Soul consists of Posdnuos, Trugoy, and Maseo, though producer Prince Paul is also worth mentioning as he contributed to the first 3 albums, including this one which is the De La Soul debut. 3 Feet High came out at a time when hip-hop was dominated by the goofy Beastie Boys and the serious Public Enemy. Choosing the carve a new path for themselves, De La Soul decided to make hip-hop that was much more relaxed while also being conscious of the topics they rapped about. Production-wise, Prince Paul would take a psychadelic approach to the samples that would be incorporated into the beats, making for a fresh new sound that complimented the vibe of the 3 MC's. In addition, certain songs such as Buddy (which just so happen to have a Q-Tip feature) would pave the wave for Jazz Rap in the 90's, spearheaded by the excellent A Tribe Called Quest. There is also a sample from I Can't Go For That (No Can Do) by Daryl Hall and John Oates, which is their best song. I could take or leave the skits and some of the other filler songs on here (Can U Keep a Secret and Do As De La Does has a way of killing the album's momentum). De La Soul can also be credited for the first "sex skit" with De La Orgee, which is a musical crime if I've ever heard it. Otherwise, this is an album worthy of praise: stylistically unique and pioneering in the hip-hop genre. Enjoy what you can.

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Fri Oct 07 2022
4

I didn't get all the way through this one because I kept getting busy but holy shit, this was amazing! Loved the beats, the lyrics, the performances, everything! Super laid back and yet all the flows were so precise. I only knew De La Soul from the "wash yo ass" song on Tony Hawk but now I need to get to know the rest of their discography.

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Wed Oct 12 2022
4

Funky grooves

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Tue Oct 18 2022
4

Good rhymes, interesting samples it's alright, dare I say even funky fresh?!

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Tue Oct 18 2022
4

This one hit me a lot harder than the Run DMC. Saw one review call this album the Sgt Peppers of hip hop and I liked that.

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Mon Oct 24 2022
4

Really good! 4/5

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Sat Oct 29 2022
4

Een van de weinige Hip Hop acts die ik altijd erg heb kunnen waarderen. Vrolijk en lekker veel catchy (gejatte) samples - dat is waarschijnlijk ook waarom dit album niet op Spotify staat: ze gingen gewoon muziek maken zonder te betalen voor de rechten van alle gebruikte samples. Toen de plaat een succes werd volgden er vele rechtzaken en hebben ze uiteindelijk geen cent aan de plaat verdiend. Gelukkig heb ik de CD nog 😅

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Sat Oct 29 2022
4

Niet gedraaid, maar ken deze plaat goed dus ik kan 'm blind 4 sterren geven.

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Sun Oct 30 2022
4

Fantastic

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Sat Nov 05 2022
4

I'm not usually into the humorous, tongue-in-cheek type rap that was popular in the 80's and early 90's, but I think De La Soul did it better than any of the other rap groups that were popular in that time. The skits were funny and the songs are catchy as hell. This is an album that has really stood the test of time. No idea why it isn't on Apple Music.

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Tue Nov 15 2022
4

I love me some hip hop especially 80s and 90s

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Tue Nov 22 2022
4

It's regarded as a classic of the genre, and for good reason. It's quite enjoyable. It's just never been a 5 for me, but a strong 4

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Wed Nov 23 2022
4

Well I was very exited listening to this and then it went for 40 extra minutes with an orgy (orgee) skit. I like this kind of clean high quality mixing and I can see why people say its the SgtPLHCB of hip hop but Sgt is much more concise.

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Tue Dec 06 2022
4

your mum

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Tue Dec 06 2022
4

Fun old school hip hop, fancy rhymes, good beats. Enjoyed the listen

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Sun Dec 11 2022
4

4.25

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Mon Dec 12 2022
4

Classic, true pioneers of hip hop

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Tue Dec 13 2022
4

היה נחמד לא ממש הטעם שלי

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Thu Dec 15 2022
4

First listen of this and frustrating it had to be through YouTube, even so very impressed feels like such an influential hip hop album. Hopefully can come back to this a rerate if they ever get it on streaming services.

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Fri Dec 16 2022
4

De La Soul's 1989 "3 Feet High And Rising" sits at the pinacol of the early hip-hop sampling Parthenon, blending and bending genres and audio from multiple different media (film/TV/commercials/scratching, etc). The album, like many at that time, blended up and down tempo beats with socially conscious lyrics and funk and jazz samples. Essential historical listening. The album seems to have directly influenced UK experimental Trip Hop. Like this, check out MC 900-Ft Jesus and DJ/Producer Howie B.

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Fri Dec 23 2022
4

4.5/5. Really enjoyed this. Eye Know is a great song, probably my favorite off this. There are some brief points in the album where it's a little weird for me, but I kind of like that. Overall, very good album (I wish it was streaming).

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Sat Dec 24 2022
4

4.4 - Squarely at the pinnacle of the "golden age of hip hop", this record dazzles with breezy rhymes and an infectiously groovy/goofy flow. If I'm honest, it leans a little heavily on skits, but the spirit is just so fun that I can overlook that one gripe. And the beats draw from a wide swath of genres, which makes this an equally heady listen. Note: The album in its original is supposedly coming to Spotify in March, 2023. I was able to stream it here: https://archive.org/details/de-la-soul-3-feet-high-and-rising/3+Feet+High+And+Rising/CD+2

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Mon Dec 26 2022
4

Awesome rap trio discovery! Attention! Link to Spotify is wrong! (2023-01-17)

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Mon Dec 26 2022
4

Cool, fun album although it's a bit uneven. I really enjoyed the start of it with their version of The Magic Number (great beats and sampling) followed by Change in Speak (love the lyrical stylings and rhyming). Some ups and downs from there until Eye Know (great tune and cool sampling, felt like an Arrested Development or A Tribe Called Quest tune). For example Can U Keep a Secret was funny; not essential, but still worth a listen. Too many short tracks or interludes? I did enjoy some of them like A Little Bit of Soap (again, great sampling). Others like De La Orgee felt out of place on this album (save it for other trashy albums). Other cool tracks were Potholes in my Lawn, Buddy (great collaborations), Me Myself and I (funky - thanks George Clinton!), and DAISY Age.

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Mon Dec 26 2022
4

Interesting that this one is not on Spotify. A few years ago De La Soul offered their discography for free download on their website. It was only for 3 days or something, but I made sure to snag all of their stuff. So I was familiar with this one. But it has been a while since I listened to it. Cranking it up... The spoken word thing again? O-kay... (Recurs once or twice. Not a fan of that.) The samples of songs that I know: Steely Dan, Hall & Oates. Look it me, I know stuff! The interludes, like "Transmitting Live From Mars" and "Take It Off"... it's better than skits or sketches, which a lot of other hip hop groups. De La does more sketches in their next album, "De La Soul Is Dead," which I find more annoying. But the interludes are listenable hear. They hold p on repeat listens. The "hits": "Me, Myself and I", "Plug Tunin," "Potholes In My Lawn," "Buddy," "Eye Know"... you can hear the group is having FUN. Lots of other groups at this time aren't doing that. It's a fun album, and it's fun to listen to. I also recommend the album "The Grind Date." I listen to that one every so often.

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Wed Jan 04 2023
4

Probably my favourite hip-hop album thus far. Just wish it was easier to find, because i'd love to download and relisten to a lot of it.

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Thu Jan 05 2023
4

This is so damn good that it should be mandated to be readily available on SOME streaming platform. Seriously, you can't even buy a digital version of this album on Amazon. I'm paying for (some would suggest foolishly) unlimited music on Spotify, Amazon and YouTube Music, and it shouldn't be this challenging to find this remarkable album. Thankfully, you can stream the entire album on YouTube. It turns out De La Soul's entire catalog will finally be made available on streaming services on March 3, 2023. But the simple fact that I was willing to actually buy a digital copy of this album if one would have just been made available tells you everything you know about the album's quality.

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Tue Jan 10 2023
4

This is an album that I've been meaning to listen to for a while now. I really enjoy albums from this golden era of hip-hop sampling, before the law decided that DJs needed to pay for their samples. This is a cool album, though I had a tough time finding a definitive version on YouTube, since there seems to be automated copyright claims on a lot of these songs. I wish that albums like this had been able to shine through a bit more during the era of gangsta rap, since there's not anything that makes gangsta rap inherently better than this style other than the intensity of its subject matter. The production, music, and lyrical content are all on par, but I guess people were less interested in positivity than they were in brutality. Overall a really cool record that deserves it's place in rap history, even if it was overshadowed shortly after its release by west coast rap 4/5

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Tue Jan 10 2023
4

this reminds me of parrapa, this is the quirkiest rap i've heard. the samples are great, and I think its just fun to listen to.

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Tue Jan 10 2023
4

Zo'n vrolijke hip hop hoor ik precies liever. Erg genoten van dit plaatje

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Tue Jan 17 2023
4

De La Soul osaa hommansa

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Sun Jan 22 2023
4

Weird, cool, very creative - 4 stars

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Mon Jan 23 2023
4

yea it was good, felt kind repetitive at the start but once you get in to it its great

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Tue Jan 24 2023
4

An amazingly fresh hip-hop LP with personality in spades You could argue this album is too bit-heavy, but the sense of personality woven in between masterful micro-sampling and exquisite beats yields a winning combination that easily sustains the hour-long LP. Great wordplay in the bars and a loose narrative thread for everything together into a top-tier product that’s joyful yet focused, playful but heavy on performance. Between De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest + others, I’m realizing just how shamefully uninformed I was on the genre - tradeoff is I get to discover all these amazing LPs in exchange for taking the deep dive.

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Tue Jan 24 2023
4

A long-time fave, with so many highlights and memorable cuts, but an excess of filler (the spoken word bits do wear a bit). Maybe not aging quite as well as one expected.

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Tue Jan 31 2023
4

Sadly, this one is unavailable in any streaming service. I'm not sure I listened to the correct album getting a Youtube playlist with some unavailable videos. It's sad because just with a little sample of the whole album, it's clear this is powerful. It's something exciting and, for sure, a must-listen before dying. I don't know if there is more De La Soul on this list, but it should be.

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Sat Aug 27 2022
3

Fun tracks, love the samples

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Tue Aug 30 2022
3

Fun.

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Tue Sep 06 2022
3

Heard a few songs before, overall was very fun liked it a lot

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Thu Sep 08 2022
3

In the middle of my second play through now. Stream of consciousness first impressions - Pretty solid album - Obviously sounds a little dated being over 30 years old but holds up - Enjoy most of the songs and not wanting to skip any - Windows down cruising music or background bbq music - Some pretty good use of samples and a lot of them are recognizable, not altered that much I’m leaning 3/5 right now, solid album and can see how it had an impact at the time. Probably not adding to my main rotation

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Thu Sep 08 2022
3

A very cool album that obviously had a big impact on hip hop going forward, but not one of my all time favorites. I would be interested to know if this was the first use of the word "scrub" in pop music.

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Fri Sep 09 2022
3

Syns da va ganske nice

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Tue Sep 13 2022
3

Some great tracks, but others felt dated

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Thu Sep 15 2022
3

Really fun and really creative. Kind of quirky. Sort of a hip-hop version of Joe's Garage, complete with the weird framing device. I don't usually like hip hop but enjoyed this one. Note it's not on Spotify.

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Sun Sep 25 2022
3

Ehh

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