Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: TWISTA Title: ADRENALINE RUSH Street Release Date: 06/24/1997
No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Title: ADRENALINE RUSH
Street Release Date: 06/24/1997
Twista tears it up on this CLASSIC......
J. Storm | The Abyss | 03/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Twista had an album out before this called "Runnin Off At Da Mouth," but on that, he was all about rappin as fast as he could. On this album, he steps up his lyrics AND flow to the perfect level. He enunciates so well that you can understand almost every word he says, even when he's rapping at his fastest. On the title track, Twista is just downright amazing. In fact, it would've been better if he were on this track alone, just tearin it up for 4 minutes. "Overdose" has a slow, almost lethargical, yet eerie beat. "Mobster's Anthem" has a beat reminiscent of the classic "Nuthin But A G Thang." "It Feels So Good" & "Emotions" are both a nice change of pace. On any other rapper's album, these may sound like 2 sappy tracks, but Twista's flow saves them both, and actually turns them into some nice trax. But the stand-out track on this album is one of my favorite trax of all time, "Unsolved Mystery." Traxster's beat and Twista's signature flow are just undescribably dope on this track. This is in my top 15 trax of ALL TIME. Overall, this album has to be considered a classic. If you're a fan of gangsta rap, fast flows, or even just rap in general, this is a must have."
Always & 4 All Days Death Before Dishonor...
Enlightened | Atlanta Georgia | 05/05/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Twista remains one of the illest mc's to ever breathe into the microphone. His swift flow and knack for harmony is nearly unmatched in the hip hop community. His mic presence is amazing...when he starts rapping you just KNOW it is about to be some straight fiya. Twista's music is both hype and chill at the same time and his ability to tell stories just adds to his catalog. Twista can be listened to in a myriad of moods. His beats bump like none other making this TRUE music that you can ride to. He is BY FAR the best `fast' rapper on the planet. He rhymes so fast yet you can understand each word he says. His multi's are amazing and he rarely ever gets monotonous or boring on the mic. In fact his rhymes are so great that you MUST use the rewind button. He's that good.Adrenaline Rush was my first introduction to this mighty talent and is one of my top 20 albums in my collection. The beats on this album are nothing but top notch. In the ride....the bump is glorious....crisp and clear sounds from Chicago's Finest. Forget about Common...he's just aight compared to Twista. He even has the music that you can rip through a fine female with. `Feels So Good' is just so PIMP. The beat is slow but the flow is quick. Amazing song. This playalistic feel continues on the cut anthem "Get It Wet", which is another slow bump & grind song that is gangsta enough to ride to. So Ill. The title track has Twista getting everybody hyped with his aggressive flow. Overdose is 4 straight minutes of TRILLNESS. Twista is ripping every song and there is not one weak song on the entire album. Emotions, although it sounds similar to `Po Pimp', is still a great song and rocks the same vibe as that classic. Unsolved Mystery, Death Before Dishonor the list goes on...the album is that fie fie delicious gangsta music that is oh so refreshing.My review doesn't do this album or this rapper enough justice. This is a diamond in the rough that most people don't have yet because they ain't ready. Ask yourself this question; Are you ready?"
Sudden Rapid Increase In The Bloodstream
Carltouis Stevenson | Angeles Mesa, Los Angeles | 01/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Formally Tung Twista on debut album now simply goes by Twista for his sophomore release Adrenaline Rush with the signature rapid flow. "Intro" is almost conjure of the feelings and intensity put into this album. The title track featuring Young Buck of Psycho Drama is a good opposition of flows between the two as they share verses as stated in the beginning "...what happens when you combine the darkness with the light..?" This album was entirely produced by The Legendary Traxter and enhanced Twista's flow over songs such as "Death Before Dishonor" with lyrics such as "...with a paint brush / that a nigga can't trust..." The highlight of this album is hearing his flow over the slow, R&B tracks such as "It Feels So Good" and both versions of "Emotions". "Overdose" is actually the overall highlight of this LP as Twista had to be cut off with his overdub vocals with the same rapid fire flow. "Mobster's Anthem" featuring Speedknot Mobstaz is good crew song with the sample of Dr. Dre's "It's A G Thang". The thriller track on "Unsolved Mystery" is a song of fury where Twista took it to the street with murder and the opposite as he speaks on survival on "Korrupt World" featuring Side Effects of Psycho Drama. "Get It Wet" featuring Miss Kane is another mainstream song as he talks of getting close to the ladies. Hearing a variety of flows instead of the constant flow "No Remorse" featuring Speedknot Mobstaz, Link & Turtle ended this album with a high note. Twista's flow, lyrics and overall performance here is underestimated and is stronger than the later commercial / mainstream albums that recently had been released. Adrenaline Rush contains all the ingredients to make an album successful commercial hits, underground appeal, street songs, production and flow. All that is necessary for a good classic hip-hop / rap album is found here."