Sean “Barney Rubble” Thomas – The Sean “Barney Rubble” Thomas Album was a Death Row album that never was. Sean “Barney Rubble” Thomas recorded a whole full-length album which was approved by Dr. Dre in 1994 which unfortunately was never released. There were 17 songs recorded for his 1994 album that never came out. History was being made when he hooked up together with Dr. Dre to record and produce this album. Sadly the big boss lost focus. This unreleased album has been kept in the Death Row Records vault for many years and will probably never be released.This album was different from the “usual” type of music released by Death Row Records since Death Row Records was known for selling gangsta rap albums.
Gotta Go Down is smooth slow jam played at a mid tempo pace. Sean “Barney Rubble” Thomas lays down the smooth G-Funk sound with his production on this song of his. G-Funk meets soul on Gotta Go Down. Smooth and funky are two words that can be used to describe the song. This song was recorded during the studio sessions for his unreleased album recorded back in 1994.
Skit On The DL is a catchy skit proved and backed with R&B tunes due to the instrumentation. Those beats definitely have that Death Row sound.
Ask Somebody is some Parliament Funkadelic type shit where funk meets R&B/soul. The song is backed by phat beats and funky guitars no doubt. This is a pretty nice unreleased song here. This song was recorded during the studio sessions for his unreleased album recorded back in 1994.
Sean “Barney Rubble” Thomas produced Da Dogg Remix using drum kits, snares, cymbals, and hi-hat patterns from an 808 drum machine. All of the instruments came from an 808 drum machine. You can tell by the drums.
I rate this album 5/5*****!!