Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Future Is Now
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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True Hip hop, real music
Dan Dubs | BOULDER CO | 11/09/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It took a real genious to say my boys of Non Phixion were trying to imitate eminem. These dudes don't relate to eminem in anyway. This album is the first thing they could put together without selling out to a major label. I had to write my first review on this profound hip hop album. The rhymes are off the hook. Ill Bill, brother of Necro, Gore-tex, and Sabac Red rip it up for a little over an hour. There are true headbangers like Drug Music, It's Us, and Suicide bomb. A must cop for a real hip hop fan. Props to Necro who has an appearance on his brothers first album."
Aww, too underground ugly for you.
sid viscous | elp-town, texas | 01/28/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"i agree with dan dubs on the genious of doc wicked's review. if your tired of "snake tripe" like some of us are check out the branches off nonphixion, otherwise stick to commercial savvy (em) and the sappy g-unit chumpstyle. rockstars to suicidebomb, cultleader to blackhelicopters, drugmusic to goodbye to yesterday. these guys can and will take a shot. i'm not a thug but i still have the capacity to relate to what's gone on here simply because i live in the real world."
Re-issue of an almost classic
N3R0 | Story City, Iowa | 08/06/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"It was a great idea to re-issue Non-Phixion's The Future Is Now LP with an instrumental disc because the beats on this album are (mostly) bangin! Lyrically, the crew never fails with Sabac and Goretex always acting as polar opposites (with Goretex more of a gangster rapper, and Sabac having a political and more positive approach) with Ill Bill in the middle. The crew themselves rarely dissappoint, with Dj Eclipse always staying sharp on the 1s and 2s, only a few beats keep this cd from becoming a mainstay in underground hip-hop. Check the posse cut "Suicide Bomb", with it's terrible beat, despite a crew of accomplished lyricists rapping over it with intensity far outshining the track (Hey, Necro, would you PLEASE make a listenable remix of this song?). It's a shame, because the track is produced by the usually reliable Beatnuts. Also faltering is "The Future Is Now", produced by usually dope Necro. The only other flaw on this lp is the song with the highly over-rated (yea, that's right i said it, somebody fricking had to) MF Doom. Anyways, Pete Rock, Large Professor, and Dj Premier all bring heat to this album, making it just short of a classic. BUY IT OR DIE!"