Filed under: Ced Gee Special,Promos & Exclusives,Steady Bootleggin'
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
A little something passed on to me from Ross F:
I was just reading you’re Ultra reunion post and thought you might be interested in something I acquired from eBay recently: A demo EP with the four tracks “(NYC Critic) Mix It Down”, “Baby I’m Mad”, “Make It Rain” and “Who I Am”.
The seller had a record company that Ultra’s management had sent it to last year. Unfortunately his company could not afford their demands.
Apparently two of the songs saw a release a few years back:
“Make It Rain” / “Mix It Down” (Oxygen Music Works, 2001)
I never saw or heard that Oxygen single, so I can’t tell if these are same versions but “Make It Rain” and “Baby I’m Mad” sound more like typical Kool Keith solo tracks featuring Ced Gee rather than classic Ultra material, and “(NYC Critic) Mix It Down” reminds me of a song from that Big Time album that Keith did with Tim Dog. “Who Am I” is easily the best track, with a James Brown vocal on the hook and Delta Force One (“or should I say Ced Tyson”) kicks his own demented version of the “Broken Language” style.
Ultramagnetic MC’s – Who I Am
Ultramagnetic MC’s – (NYC Critic) Mix It Down
If that doesn’t move ya, then check the fellas fighting off skeezoids in this bugged-out clip for “Travelling At The Speed Of Thought (Remix)”:
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