Bizarre - Attack Of The Weirdos      
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written by Hugo Lunny    
The first time I heard Bizarre or Bizarre Kid was on Eminem's 'Slim Shady' EP on the track 'No One's Iller.' He, Eminem and Fuzz gave the track a nice sign of life. Now Bizarre's along with 7 track EP. It's not bad, but I feel Bizarre is one of those rappers who gets inspired a little too much. Every rapper has a certain style, Bizzy Bone raps at tremendous speeds, E-40 talks for hours, Ras Kass hits you with metaphors left, right and centre. Bizarre seems to be just like Eminem except slightly worse, don't get me wrong I like Bizarre but I feel that he is somewhat of a clone.

Tracks like 'What, What' featuring Da Brigade aren't very appealing, the beat is awful and the lyrics aren't too good either. The best track on the album, is 'Trife Thieves' on the track he collaborates once again with Eminem and Fuzz.

'Down Low' is plainly put, weird. Bizarre sings "I'm in love with a lady, and she's nearly 380 and she can hardly fit in my Mercedes" it is very amusing; telling a tale about him and an overweight girlfriend. "Down low, fat hoe, keep it on the down low, fat hoe" embodies the chorus with "Don't be tellin' your friends" behind it. Unfortunately that track is the shortest on the CD.

"Even if you had amnesia, you never could forget me" that's right Bizarre, a nice EP, but it could have been a lot nicer.

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