|They call me white devil, black Jesus Heaven closes, hell freezes Ego's trippin', scripts keep flippin' Bloods keep bloodin', Crips keep...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
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Building on Whitey Ford's organic folk-pop rap, Eat at Whitey's develops the songwriter's street-style troubadour fixation even further. This time, there's more singing than rapping, and his gruff vocals actually sound stylish, especially on the provocative "Black Jesus" and the memorable "Black Coffee."
SpinA far more sonically consistent and textured work, cushioned in Americana, drenched in soul.... But there's no urgency to this album, which stops looking out at the world and settles in for some serious celebrity navel-gazing. [Nov 2000, p.195]
SelectBravado and roleplay being the essence of rock, problems only arise when the real Everlast, a Grammy-winning crossover artiste, rears his head. [Nov. 2000, p.116]
Everlast's pretensions and ambition still outstrip his talent, however, and the distance between the two makes Eat At Whitey's both intriguing and frustrating.... like a defensive tackle trying his hand at ballet, he's far too clumsy and limited a singer and songwriter for the delicate material he attempts.
Positive: 7 out of 7
Mixed: 0 out of 7
Negative: 0 out of 7
RockyF.Oct 17, 2001Everlast has always put out all he had on every album ever. He throws in oldschool and kickass blues riffs and is inspiration to me.
HollieB.Sep 20, 2001One of the best albums I've heard this decade
MarkSMar 9, 2004you just fall in love with the vibe of this cd
MikeM.Sep 21, 2002This is my favorite album(with his first one). I love how his voice, musical sound, featured back-ups, and blend of styles tell his ideas and This is my favorite album(with his first one). I love how his voice, musical sound, featured back-ups, and blend of styles tell his ideas and stories so well. Everlast rules! Keep up the good work.… Expand
AndrewCDec 13, 2002this is one of the best albums that i have ever heard. can't wait for a new one.
stefyoMay 9, 2003like others said :one of the best albums,maybe it's the new style,the new sound.I can hardly wait 4 another one.Keep it on the same like others said :one of the best albums,maybe it's the new style,the new sound.I can hardly wait 4 another one.Keep it on the same direction,Mr.Ford(Everlast)… Expand
DickH.Sep 25, 2001Everlast a/k/a Whitey Ford a former member of the Irish rap group House of pain. I really think Everlast is very succesful in his mixing of Everlast a/k/a Whitey Ford a former member of the Irish rap group House of pain. I really think Everlast is very succesful in his mixing of music styles... This record is one of my own favorits and I think it's just great... But I think he could haved used Cee-Lo as something more than just a backup singer on "One, Two"... This is a musical experiment and if you like new alternative stuff you'll love this...… Expand
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