Published April 8, 2005
The best producer in Iceland, Sölvi B, went out and found an MC with the infectious tone and the rhythm of Slim Shady. On paper, and in the few released singles, the result of this combination seems like pure gold. Unfortunately, on the whole, Guerilla Disco is extremely lacklustre. As good as Tiny sounds, he’s only let loose on three tracks, and even these become tiresome, as… well, Tiny isn’t Shady.
The real disappointment is Sölvi’s production. He used to be the star of Quarashi, but now that he has an MC that could truly open up his audience, he has filled a cd with lazy, doodling tracks. This cd goes up there with the US election as the biggest disappointment of 2004.
Worth one beer (more for the videos than the songs). Costs five beers.