Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Three 6 Mafia|
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
No Description Available. Genre: Rap, Hip-Hop Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: PA Release Date: 11-MAR-1997
No Description Available.
Genre: Rap, Hip-Hop
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 11-MAR-1997
Worldwide classic from Memphis
Morten Flobakk | Oslo Norway | 03/22/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is just so great that it's hard to find out where to begin. It kicks off with an intro taken from Independence Day and from there the T6M shines throughout the whole album.One thing that hits me about this album is that even though no track sound the same they all have this dark feeling that no other album has. You'll find the kick-off track "Stomp", the great "Late Night Tip" and "Good Stuff", the hypnotizing "N-2-Deep", the wicked "Last Man Standing", the obligatory Posse cut and "The End": a great instrumental. It's impossible to pick out any favorite here because this is one of a few albums that has nothing but 100% tight tracks, but one to mention is "Life Or Death" that closes the album. That one is so dark and when the piano solo(!) starts you'll wish it'll never end. If You're ready for something original and outstanding then buy this album. You'll be amazed how the rappers fit each other perfectly both by styles and lyrics. Another thing about it is that the production is so good. I thought they wouldn't be able to match "Mystic Stylez" but this one is off the hook and with no doubt the best one out of the Prophet/ Hypnotize Mindz Posse."
There has never been a better rap album.
mysanthropyk_overlord | USA | 03/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Anything that Three 6 Mafia turns out is far above hip-hop industry standards (which isn't really saying much) in my humble opinion, but this tops them all. This intricate blend of semi-horrorcore lyricism and unmatched production will never be equaled in the rap music industry. Most of my friends aren't rap fans at all but still like this album. Lord Infamous dominates with his demonic poetry and brilliant lyrics, while Koopsta Knicca's almost psychotic singing is the icing on the cake. Songs like "Stomp," "Where Da Killaz Hang," and "Last Man Standing" are good examples of these vicious verbal atrocities, while songs like the introspective "In-2-Deep" and the hypnotic relationship song "Late Night Tip" add a welcome amount of variety to the album. Lord Infamous displays his vocal versatility and solo rapping capabilities in "Where's Da Bud," while Koopsta steals the show from The Kaze in "Life Or Death" which has a beautifully morbid piano loop at the end. The only downside to the album is the almost comical lines that Juicy J. puts into some of the songs. Otherwise, classic material from a greatly underrated rap group."
Enlightened | Atlanta Georgia | 06/26/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The End is my favorite three six mafia cd and this along with Chapter 2 World Domination are their best cds. The Production is off the chain on the real. I usually dont buy a whole triple six album but im glad i bought this one. I think gangsta boo shines the most on this album all her verses come off tight. the rest of the crew is aight but i wouldnt buy a solo album. in early 97 and before were the good days. If we get a quality album nowadays it is by mistake usually it has only been a handful of classic cd's since 97. anyway this is classic. the song Stomp uses an excellent sample of Unsolved Mysteries and is really tight.Money Flow sounds like Aaliyah's If Your Girl Only Knew and it may even be a sample but it is still tight as anything. Late Night tip is a superior song. Gotcha Shakin is a raw song with an undeniable tight beat and chorus and flow but all the cussin and talkin at the end is unneccesary. i aint got time to go thru each song but the cd is a classic trust me i know good music from wack music and this is my honest opinion."