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They Got Snookered

by Steve Doty

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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This record encourages middle-class people to rap honestly about their life and not to feel silenced just because they aren't ghetto. Don't be so easily defeated by thug rappers who never did their English homework! This is an answer record to gangster rap from the suburban 'hood, north of Boston.

I wrote the lyrics and did the vocals. Eric Goldberg, who has played with Steve Vai, wrote and performed the music. "Snookered" has a keyboard synthesizer solo in the fourth minute that is worth the purchase price alone; it's a unique blend of pause and pyrotechnics. This CD comes with a lyrics booklet and photos of myself, Eric, and the engineer, Lenny Delorey. We hope you enjoy it. Best to all,

Steve Doty
Salem, Mass.



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All Hail Dotey
I threw in the extra "e" for colonial cred! I'm Vike, the Artist formally known as "Lost in Face"'s fraternity brother. I thought for sure this was a joke when I heard it, but when I bought and owned it, it was even funnier! Steve's Tongue Through Skull approach lays bare the internal inconsistencies of the Rap Message, if there is. "Life ain't nothin' but bitches and money" NWA once said but as Dot-ay points out, it's all about sedition, edumacation, and laying bare this nonsense that being uneducated and doped is a fate devoutly to be wished. Put down the bong, pick up the book he says!! Frankly, I'm waiting for his rap-concept album on Heidigger, Russell and Russell Simmons all wrapped in a box of Russell Stover. "We shall Stovercome" could b the title, with his chocolate smeared maw on the cover and professorial Don's (DON!) vestiments draped over his frame. Learning some philosphy, eatin' some candy! How much more essential knowledge can one have?

But this disc though for this valid reason, empirically proven: it's good. The very image of Steve-oh-rino sailing to Cuba AGAINST the tide, to sit on the right hand of Castro the Father, forever and ever, is worth the meager money you'll spend to get this. Enjoy!!