1) On My Way 2) If I 3) Open Windows 4) We Dont Play 5) There I Go 6) Saved Soul 7) U Want It 8) In Your Eyes 9) Feel My Flow 10) Sippin Some Tea 11) Next 12) I Wanna Be With You 13) Stressin Me
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Studio: Gotee Records
Record Label Gotee Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.54" Width: 5.66" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date Nov 2, 2004
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
ISBN 0012294489 ISBN13 0669447292005 UPC 669447292005
Reviews - What do customers think about Dichotomy B?
Geez Jan 7, 2006
I really didn't enjoy this CD. It praises Jesus well, but as far as it's appeal to the 18-21 hip hop crowd, this really strikes me as boring. I feel like I'm being lectured by old folk rather than feeling the music.
Surprise Surprise Dec 30, 2005
I was truly surprised when I listened to this CD. I had left the world of secular rap music and decided that I was not going to even try to listen to anyone rap about Jesus. That was until I heard this CD. It has definetly changed my opinion about listening to rap music. I would recommend this CD to anyone who enjoys rap music.
Step Down To Dichotomy B Sep 3, 2005
All things being equal (beats, flow, Christian content) I thought there was only about 4 really great songs on Dichotomy B. I felt that this cd was a step down from Dichotomy A in that with Dichotomy A I skipt maybe 2 songs. On Dichotomy B I rarely listen to it and have put those 4 songs on my personal Grits greatest hits cd. Although Grits had 2 albums prior to Grammatical Revolution, I think they came into their own on Grammatical Revolution which was close to perfect, dropped some with Art of Translation, came back to great heights rivaling Grammatical Revolution with Dichotomy A and continued their spiratic placement with a step down with Dichotomy B. That being said I still love these guys. I love Bonafide's and Coffee's contrasting rap styles and I think they really compliment each other. These guys arent afraid to take chances, hit or miss, which if you have heard their last 4 albums you know how different the styles are but held together fast by their rap game and ultimatly their love for Christ.
Good Stuff Aug 6, 2005
This is a very enjoyable album to listen to as you're going through your day. They have good music and great lyrics. I am now officially a fan of Grits.
YESSSS! BUY May 9, 2005
I would defiantly recommend this cd to almost ANYONE. my fav. tracks are #1,2,4,6,7,9,10,12, and 13. #'s 3, 5, and 8 are kinda not as energetic as the rest, but i still listen to them. I wouldn't really call #11 a song. But anyways, i only heard GRITS at a camp when they were blasting Ooh Aah over the speakers, and i just fell in love with their style. the only problem was that, at that time, i didn't know the name of their duo. but now, i am a happy customer and would say this is definatly one of their best alblums!!!