No Way Out is the debut studio album by American rapper Puff Daddy. It was released on July 22, 1997 by Bad Boy Records and Arista Records.
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The album builds momentum nicely, starting washy and cool then picking up in the middle with some serious bangers, and finally concluding with the more passive title track (I don't count Herbert's remix as the closing track. Much of the album manages to sound more festive and fun than you'd expect, rather than overtly experimental. As others have mentioned, some of the tracks are backed by very traditional house beats and basslines, which to an extent seems like a bit of a cop-out. This album is unreal. Sampling FM-Radio, a la Quebec, there is definetly an element of art to it all, while still remaining funky. The way the samples are pieced together, and amalgamated together with groovy bass lines hook you instantly.
This album, however, focuses the group's ideas into a more cohesive sound. Something Sweet," "Lab Rats," and "Look" all feature a heady, fuzzed-out organ-and-guitar drone topped with Sue Garner's sultry, versatile voice.
NO WAY is a web comic, a story about fantasy world and Academy, where many creatures study together. But first and foremost this is a story about a vampire and an elf who were betrothed to each other and who now have to live and learn together. Yes, this is a story about the relationship between two guys, basically, although the other characters are there too. Also in the future in the comic are planned explicit scenes of a sexual nature, so there is a limit 18 + But, basically, it's still a romantic Comedy and fairy tale. Begin Reading Latest Page.
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