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All Music Guide - Matt Conaway
Mr. Eon's incarnation as Dick Starbuck porno detective on Hi & Mighty's debut, B-Boy Document, may have ushered in the Smut Peddlers' Eon, Cage, and producer Mighty Mi regime. However, the trio's debut, Porn Again, takes hip-hop's skinz fetish to new extremes, as it is a collection based solely on the joys of crushing. Though outlandish, the album is not blazing any new ground conceptually -- Too Short and Kool Keith among many have been doing this for years. Yet, these ill reputes are an entirely different virus. Mr. Eon and Cage are the offspring of two twisted minds, as they commingle the straight sleaze of Larry Flynt with the unpolitically correct humor of Howard ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Matt Conaway
Mr. Eon's incarnation as Dick Starbuck porno detective on Hi & Mighty's debut, B-Boy Document, may have ushered in the Smut Peddlers' Eon, Cage, and producer Mighty Mi regime. However, the trio's debut, Porn Again, takes hip-hop's skinz fetish to new extremes, as it is a collection based solely on the joys of crushing. Though outlandish, the album is not blazing any new ground conceptually -- Too Short and Kool Keith among many have been doing this for years. Yet, these ill reputes are an entirely different virus. Mr. Eon and Cage are the offspring of two twisted minds, as they commingle the straight sleaze of Larry Flynt with the unpolitically correct humor of Howard Stern. Though the two offer a slew of highly-quotable material, their lyrical exchanges are largely ephemeral. While their volatile chemistry pays dividends on "Medicated Minutes" and Eon's solo cut "Diseases," their limited topic matter becomes predictably insipid over extended listens. While Mighty Mi's sparse arrangements thick bass grooves, and uptempo drum beats manages to adequately highlight Eon and Cage's insatiable sexual appetite. His stark minimalist boardwork here offers few surprises, as it is largely unassuming and untypically reserved. The Smut Peddlers do deliver a few less gratuitous offerings; RA the Rugged Man makes an impressive cameo on the cellar-dwelling "Bottom Feeders," and "One By One Revamped" picks up where Hi & Mighty left off. Yet, Porn Again is not unlike any other guilty pleasure we habitually engage in; one that supplies momentary bouts of bliss, but with the accompanying dreaded morning-after side effects. Romance truly is dead!
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/13/2001
  • Label: Priority Records
  • UPC: 049925016444
  • Catalog Number: 50164

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Beetlejuice Intro (0:31)
  2. 2 Smut Council (2:04)
  3. 3 Medicated Minutes (4:41)
  4. 4 Talk Like Sex, Pt. 2 (3:38)
  5. 5 Amazing Feats (3:48)
  6. 6 Pimpology (0:42)
  7. 7 That Smut (3:43)
  8. 8 Anti Hero's - Copywrite (4:00)
  9. 9 54 (3:19)
  10. 10 Josie (4:06)
  11. 11 Beats, Boxes, and Boobtube (4:44)
  12. 12 Diseases (1:06)
  13. 13 One by One (Revamped) (3:54)
  14. 14 Stank Mcs (4:04)
  15. 15 My Rhyme Ain't Done (3:52)
  16. 16 Bottom Feeders (3:28)
  17. 17 Beetlejuice Outakes (0:38)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Smut Peddlers Primary Artist
Vere Isaacs Bass
Kool G Rap Track Performer
Kool Keith Track Performer
Lord Sear Voices
Technical Credits
DJ Noize Cut
DJ Mighty MI Producer
DJ Daze Cut
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Tight, but Cage has more

    For sure this is one of the illest hip hop records that has came out this year. But Cage himself has said that most of his lyrics on the album are 30 minute rhymes, stuff he just threw together. He can definetly put out better quality stuff, Smut Peddlers was just a project to get him in the door, and to get some money for his own record. Watch for Cage's rugged solo album coming out in the first half of 2002. His album will definetly have more meaningful lyrical content with rhymes that have been scrutinized to perfection, and more of the sick twisted stuff he brought to us through Agent Orange, Suicidal Failure, and all of his earlier work. Cage has been slept on for to long, 2002 is his year, but not he's not for all you mainstream Jigga and Ja Rule cats. Word.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    that smut

    this is great stuff. i've been waiting a while (about a year/since styles of beyond) for some quality hip-hop. i'm not a huge fan of hip-hop( being a white alternative folk singer/songwriter) but if it's talented enough, cool enough, and as well written as smut peddlers, you gotta love it.

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