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The Fat Boys - On and On flac
Title:
On and On
Performer:
The Fat Boys
Style:
Comedy Rap,Old-School Rap
Duration:
57:29
Released:
1989
FLAC album size:
1218 mb
MP3 album size:
1185 mb
Other formats:
MP4 AU MIDI AA DMF RA
Rating:
4.9

The Fat Boys Are Back is the second studio album by hip hop group The Fat Boys, released on June 1, 1985 by Sutra Records. Album was produced by rap legend Kurtis Blow. Album peaked at number 63 on the US Billboard 200, and number 11 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA on January 9, 1986. The album features three the Billboard singles: "The Fat Boys Are Back", "Hard Core Reggae" and "Don't Be Stupid".

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Yoverture: Doctor Dre & Ed Lover The Fat Boys
2 Lie-Z The Fat Boys
3 Get Down The Fat Boys
4 T'Ings Nah Go So The Fat Boys
5 School Days The Fat Boys
6 It's Gettin' Hot The Fat Boys
7 On and On The Fat Boys
8 Just Loungin' The Fat Boys
9 Knock 'Em Out the Box The Fat Boys
10 Braggin' The Fat Boys
11 She's Hookin' The Fat Boys
12 Trouble! The Fat Boys
13 If It Ain't One Thing It's Annuddah (Bruddah) The Fat Boys
14 Rainy Rainy The Fat Boys
15 After (Word!) The Fat Boys

Credits

The Fat Boys - Primary Artist
Reviews:
  • Ariseym
I've listened to very few hip-hop albums in their entirety in my lifetime. This is a bad album. This is by far the worst hip-hop album I have ever listened to. What happened to the Fat Boys? They try to be serious and it doesn't work. They needed to stick to their original schtick. They were perfect as a comedy rap group and then they fall apart on this album. No wonder why Prince Markie Dee left the Fat Boys after this album and didn't even appear as a guest rapper on Mack Daddy. Mack Daddy is regarded as the Fat Boys' worst album. Yeah, that may be an opinion that a lot of people agree on... but I find Mack Daddy to have its moments and it's actually one of those albums where it's bad, but it's good at the same time. It's mostly bad. I could go on and on about On and On. You might find it to be remotely good, if you are a super hardcore fan of the Fat Boys. The Fat Boys released 5 amazing albums and they were all good & consistent. This one is unmemorable and it fails hard. For new fans, avoid this whack garbage. It's funny how the Fat Boys said they would never be whack. Never say never! They are whack on this album!