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The 12 to Six Movement

by The 12 to Six Movement

Golden Era-inspired Hip Hop by Well Informed Stoners with a Chip on their Shoulders
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. 12-6 In the Building
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2. Infinite
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3. I Love Hip-Hop
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4. Fire
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5. Jack Lalane
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6. Eastwood
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7. Glow
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8. Grown Man
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9. Ringstone Skit
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10. I Dont Play
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11. Let Your Voice Be Heard
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12. Dangerous
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13. Wild Like Rock Stars Who Smash Guitars
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14. Clockwise
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15. WTF?!
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16. Dusk til Dawn
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The 12 to Six Movement is comprised of four St. Louis based emcees, from three different local hip-hop groups, known as The Treez, 40 til 5, and The Elements. The members are JusTime, Mustee, Ser Lesson, & Spark1duh?. This hip-hop super group has been making waves in the underground for years, and solidified there place in the hip-hop community with the release of their first effort, self titled, "The 12 to Six Movement". Four eclectic minds combine to create a bastard form of hip-hop that is derived from true school hip-hop of the early nineties.


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SPARK1DUH?

ALBUM OF THE YEAR. EASILY.
BUY THIS ALBUM! NOT NOW, BUT RIGHT NOW! THIS IS THE PERFECT BLEND OF THAT CLASSIC HIP-HOP SOUND THAT WE ALL LOVE, MIXED WITH AN INSIGHT AND OVERALL LOVE FOR NOT JUST ONE STYLE, BUT ALL GENRES OF MUSIC. THE THREE EMCEES ALTHOUGH DIFFERENT, SOMEHOW BLEND TOGETHER WONDERFULLY TO CREATE A CLASSIC HIP-HOP ALBUM, LADEN WITH WORDPLAY, ONE-LINERS THAT WILL WEAR OUT YOUR REVERSE BUTTON, AND TOPICS THAT ARE VIRTUALLY UNHEARD OF IN TODAYS BLAND WATERED DOWN VERSION OF HIP-HOP MUSIC. SOLID!

Charles Waite

it's all about the groove
The first time I listened to this CD I was lukewarm .... until track three's I Love Hip Hop. That track hooked me, and as far as I was concerned, was - by itself - worth the price of admission. And then came track 4, 5, 6 …. and track 16 which ends the CD. After that, I listened to the first two tracks again and decided I hadn't paid enough attention.

Starting with track three, these guys get into this really outstanding groove that flows from track to track. Let's put it this way, I have a home office and listen to music all day long. The 12 to Six Movement was sandwiched between The Low End Theory and Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Star on my CD changer for over a week. Any group that can hold its own sandwiched between The Low End Theory and Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Star, deserves respect.

Scott Rivers

hells yea
This album totally kicks ass!! great hip hop out of saint louis and that dude from 40til5 made me wet my pants a lil....