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Rigormortiz
Dmg
Rigormortiz
Genres: Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
 

      

CD Details

All Artists: Dmg
Title: Rigormortiz
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Priority Records
Release Date: 7/27/1993
Genres: Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Style: Gangsta & Hardcore
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 049925386226

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Psycho Gangsterism By A Real Loc
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 08/14/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Houston, Tx's DMG has his chance to represent for the Rap-A-Lot legacy in 9-Trey, and does it real well. N.O. Joe peoduces 99 percent of the album and laces it with deep-fried Texas funk that is heavy and hard. If you like the hard spits of Scarface, C-Bo, and Brotha Lynch Hung, you probably will like this one. Like fellow reviewer CTRX explains, his voice is even real similar to Scarface's, and his flow is similar at times, but his voice is slightly higher-pitched. The whole album is full of raw and hard core gangbanging imagery. "Prison Riot" has a P-Funk type sample, and sounds a bit like G-Funk. He is angry about maybe not getting out of prison to see his baby be born, and exclaims the harsh reality of life behind bars, and heads plan a violent breakout. "Rest In Peace" is a somber reflection on homies deceased with a more relaxed, but gloomy G-Funk beat. "Buck Em Down" features 2-Low, Geto Boys, 5th Ward Boyz, and 3-2 and is a stompin hard mobb joint by the Rap-A-Lot thugs, one of my favorite joints. The beat is raw and hard with a neat whiny synth to add to the menacing feel to it. The bass is crazy here! The realities of the drug trade from a non-glorified view (not like today's trap-rap) is are analyzed on "Pure Dope, No Cut" over a deep groove, twangy beat. DMG really keeps it raw and trill here, and this album rivals some of the best albums by Rap-A-Lot. He does not release another solo album for a whole decade (2003's Black Roulette), but appears on Devin's 1998, The Dude, Facemob's 1996 The Other Side Of The Law (as a member), and Geto Boys 1998 Da Good, Da Bad, And Da Ugly (as a replacement for Bushwick Bill). This album is mad rare and expensive, but it is highly recommended for the quality of music. Save up the extra scrill and get this."
Menacing Psycho Funk By A Real Loc From Texas
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 08/14/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"DMG has his chance to represent for the Rap-A-Lot legacy in 9-Trey, and does it real well. N.O. Joe peoduces 99 percent of the album and laces it with deep-fried Texas funk that is heavy and hard. If you like the hard spits of Scarface, C-Bo, and Brotha Lynch Hung, you probably will like this one. Like fellow reviewer CTRX explains, his voice is even real similar to Scarface's, and his flow is similar at times, but his voice is slightly higher-pitched. The whole album is full of raw and hard core gangbanging imagery. "Prison Riot" has a P-Funk type sample, and sounds a bit like G-Funk. He is angry about maybe not getting out of prison to see his baby be born, and exclaims the harsh reality of life behind bars, and heads plan a violent breakout. "Rest In Peace" is a somber reflection on homies deceased with a more relaxed, but gloomy G-Funk beat. "Buck Em Down" features 2-Low, Geto Boys, 5th Ward Boyz, and 3-2 and is a stompin hard mobb joint by the Rap-A-Lot thugs, one of my favorite joints. The beat is raw and hard with a neat whiny synth to add to the menacing feel to it. The bass is crazy here! The realities of the drug trade from a non-glorified view (not like today's trap-rap) is are analyzed on "Pure Dope, No Cut" over a deep groove, twangy beat. DMG really keeps it raw and trill here, and this album rivals some of the best albums by Rap-A-Lot. He does not release another solo album for a whole decade (2003's Black Roulette), but appears on Devin's 1998, The Dude, Facemob's 1996 The Other Side Of The Law (as a member), and Geto Boys 1998 Da Good, Da Bad, And Da Ugly (as a replacement for Bushwick Bill). This album is mad rare and expensive, but it is highly recommended for the quality of music. Save up the extra scrill and get this."