Unity Klan - One Day Cross Rhythms Radio Airplay Audio Samples Available

One Day by Unity Klan

Cross Rhythms Rating: 10/10
CD: Album
Tags: Hip-Hop, CD, Album, Recommended, Top Rated, Airplay
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Condition: Used - Very Good

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  1. 1. Intro
  2. 2. Alleluia
  3. 3. Who's In The House
  4. 4. Break It Down Ftg Tonex
  5. 5. All I Need
  6. 6. Just Chillin (Intro)
  7. 7. Put Em Up
  8. 8. Jesus Adore
  9. 9. Lets Ride
  10. 10. Millennium (Intro)
  11. 11. Fire
  12. 12. What Cha Gonna Do
  13. 13. Pastor T.L. Miller (Soldiers)
  14. 14. Enemy's Camp
  15. 15. Intro 2
  16. 16. Horsemen
  17. 17. One Day
  18. 18. Intro 3
  19. 19. Give You My Heart
  20. 20. Through It All
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Reviewed by Tony Cummings

The growing group of followers of holy hip hop in Britain will have been aware of Unity Klan for (heir goodish 1997 album 'Eternal Funk'. But nothing quite prepared us for (his breathtaking set, which has to be in the running as one of the finest rap albums ever made and one which, with its breathtaking integration of vocals, praise moments, pastor sample and documentary fragments, almost qualifies 'One Day' as a concept album. Don't be fooled by the trad, gospel wor­ship at the beginning. It's to get the band and the listener focused on Jesus, not to infer the crew have lost their street edge. Soon we're into some phat joints like "Who's In The House" with the sistah rapping good and strong and "Break It Down" where guest Tonex adds his considerable talents to a relentless groove. But possibly the most breathtaking moments are "Enemy's Camp" which uses the theatrical sounds of a slave ship (really!) to make its point about listen­ing (o the enemy or the awesome warning not to be left behind on the Lord's return; or "What Cha Gonna Do" with its quirky blackly humorous novelty vocal chorus. An album, up (here with Lil' Rascull's 'Gory To Glory' classic (criminally still unreleased in the UK). 'One Day' is a milestone release which takes us on a breathtaking musical journey with one of THE musical forms of the new millennium.

Style: Hip-Hop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 1827
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Eternal Funk EFCD001
Items: 1
Release Date: 1999
Posted by Jaylene in Anchorage, AK at 08:11 on Jan 25 2006

hey! wow.. its really hard to find their old cd! i love all their cd's! i need to buy them.. they used to come up to Barrow.. i miss them.. k then..... god bless... luv ya


Posted by Stephen in Hong Kong at 05:11 on Feb 28 2006

Pretty class tune! Class remix of the umpa lumpas! Never knew their were umpa Christians!lol Good job!

Posted by Esther in Fairbanks, AK at 05:47 on May 24 2006

man i've remember when u guys went to Barrow, Alaska at the Assembly of God man u guys are tha bomb iight this is Esther peace

Posted by Gloria in Visalia, Ca at 06:22 on Jul 22 2006

wow it has been a long time! i used to have this cd! but we moved and it was lost along with other cd's! this group was awesome! and probably still would be! God bless!!!

Posted by Esther in Barrow at 13:08 on Jan 11 2008

haha wow my comment is still here from 2006 but yea i wish you guys can come down to barrow again it made me love church more and now downloading ur music on my computer made me relize why im putting so much effort into my life to make it better but yea god bless and take care

Posted by JOhnny in Farmersville at 04:32 on Aug 19 2008

This album is hard. Its real good music to listen to. I would listen to alot of old school. but now i listen to this album. I guarantee you'll like this album.

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