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Stompin Through The Bayou - Vanilla Ice - Hard To Swallow (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Hard to Swallow: Universal Distribution / Republic Bipolar: Liquid 8 Find Vanilla Ice discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Vanilla Ice discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs DVDs & Videos Others All.
  2. Sensing that his time had passed, Vanilla Ice took a couple years off, re-emerging in with Mind Blowin'. Dispensing with the pop-rap formula of his debut, the rapper adopted the lazy, rolling funk of Cypress Hill, as well as that trio's obsession with hiltrinbuchsbarkmerco.siawoodsthedezalitingcumsdedeagdosen.infoinfo album was a commercial disaster, disappearing from sight immediately after its release.
  3. from Hard to Swallow. Back to Top "Get Your Ass Up" from Bi-Polar. Back to Top "Survivor" from Platinum Underground. Back to Top "You Dropped a Bomb on Me" from Vanilla Ice is Back. Back to Top "Ninja Rap 2" (Live) Live in Clive, Iowa. Back to Top "Ice Ice Baby" (Dubstep Remix) Wunderbros Dubstep Tracks. Back to Top.
  4. Vanilla Ice called it “skate rock”, a fusion of heavy metal, punk rock and hip hop. Produced by Ross Robinson, who became friends with Vanilla Ice over their interest in motocross.
  5. The result was 's Hard to Swallow, an underrated "skate rock" effort with a dense groove-oriented rap fusion that is truly unique and will shock many listeners only familiar with that catchy, Queen-fused hit. This is not a hip-hop album.
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  7. Hard to swallow is just as good if not better than any Nu-Metal rapcore album in that period of music. This is the album when Ice went metal and tore it up. To this day I don't know why this album never went big, my guess is that it's probably because it was Vanilla Ice and bad promotion/5(71).
  8. Nothing, however, can redeem Ice's wack boasting on songs like "Prozac." The best assessment of Hard to Swallow comes from the man himself on the tune "A.D.D.," when he says, "I just can't hide from myself." (RS ) RICHARD TORRES.

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