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One of Esham's all time Best...
Chris Croy | Boise, Idaho USA | 07/23/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is not for everybody, as you may have already figured by the fetus on the cover.
KKKill The Fetus is an extremely hardcore album. Esham spits lyrics with a flow and rhythm that I have not heard matched by any mainstream rapper.
If I had to choose favorite songs on this album, they would be:
1.) KKKill The Fetus -- The title song, also the darkest on album.
2.) Head Hunter -- features Mastamind and TNT from Esham's group, Natas. Awesome flow, lyrics, rhythm.
3.) Game of Death -- also features Mastamind and TNT. Great song.
4.) Hellterskkkellter -- This is still a great song even though it is in fact an edited version of the very explicit version that can be found on the HelltersKKKellter EP.
I am not going to attempt to sell you on KKKill the Fetus because no amount of words or hype will do justice to this album. The only way you will be able to truly comprehend the true Awesomess of this album is for you to buy it.
What I can tell you is that you won't find another artist like Esham for a long time. You won't find him on MTV or the radio because he is Underground.
Other Albums by Esham that I strongly reccomend:
Boomin' Words From Hell
Erotic Poetry EP
Homey Don't Play EP
Judgement Day Vol. 1
Judgement Day Vol. 2
His Finest Hour; but not his last.
J. Ronthi | Washington, DC USA | 12/01/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"One might be put off by the Sabbath influenced guitar loops and the metallic, banging drum patterns today, but years ago in Wayne County, MI, you wouldn't likely find a family member without this album. It was HUGE.
Burn-outs, maladapted whites, a handful of blacks, youths, adult males, all sought this rapper and held him on very high regard. There was no one like him anywhere. Esham sold tens of thousands on pure word of mouth.
This CD is great in terms of musicality. Thin production, but Esham's verses are in top form, along with the instrumentals. Very dark and gritty. Honestly, though, this is a very different kind of rap album, and may not be to everyones liking.
I, however, loved it; still do. Get this CD along with "Closed Casket," as Eshams discorgraphy gets worse after the "Bruce Wayne" album (1997).
Those two albums are essential if you love horrorcore.