"This CD is a MUST to pick up. It features Lynch and Sicx in the early years. With tight azz beats, and hardcore lyrics, this CD is a must have. Brotha Lynch THE best underground rapper that ever came out of Sac Town. Songs 5 and 9, are two of the best tracks on this album. If there's one Lynch CD to get before they stop makin' it, it's this one! Oh ya, and don't forget to pick up X-Raided's Psycho Active album while your at it, you won't regret it!"
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TastyBabySyndrome | "Daddy Dagon's Daycare" - Proud Sponsor of the Lit | 03/27/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"In my opinion, this is the pinnacle album of both Sicx's and Brotha Lynch's career (thus far). Here we have two talented, unrestrained artists coming together and showing us exactly what the baby killer/atheist and the bounty killer can do (not to mention special guests, such as X-raided). O, and what they can do makes a madman smile! This album, by and far, takes rap to a whole new plateau, even outdoing some of my favorites, such as Sicx's If the Walls could Talk ( a superb addition to anyone's collection) and Brotha Lynch's Loaded and Seasons of the Siccness (which, of course, should be on everybody's Christmas List). If you like either artist and need some of the cannibal talking about babies in glad bags, then you have to have it! I would rate it higher if I could, because these words simply don't do the album justice!"
BROTHA LYNCH HUNG UNDERGROUND LEGEND
BLUE-J | PITTSBURGH, PA USA | 03/11/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a cd that contains the first tracks of Sicx, and Lynch's long and prosperous careers. It is a tribute to not just underground rap, but to rap music period. This is the complete opposite of the commercial type flows that dominate hip-hop today, such as Nelly, Master P, and Jay-Z. This is a cd that goes back to the streets, back to where this thing we call rap music began. It is a must have for anyone down with Black Market, Brotha Lynch, Sicx, or underground rap music peroid. So in short, GO COP IT CUZZ! YOU WON'T BE SORRY!"
Bryant Ward | 03/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This a Collection of The first songs done by Lnych and Sicx and it is a Classic. It doesn`t have the best sound because the songs weren`t done in any high-tech studios(Sorta like X-Raided`s Pyscho Active)but it doesn`t disapoint plus it has an appearence from X-Raided before all that Murder stuff Happend so just that makes it a must have. PEACE"
Block For Block Glock For Glock
Bryant Ward | L.P., Washington | 04/30/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This classic was the first recordings by Sacramento legends Sicx and Brotha Lynch Hung. Made around 1992, Lynch and younger half-brother Sicx along with X-Raided started the group Niggaz In Black. The songs on this album aren't from the Niggaz In Black EP (consisting of an intro, outro and 4 X-Raided songs available on Psycho Active). Only one song features X-Raided, before X was convicted for murder in retaliation after one of his "cousins" got a beat down. As many people wondered, the songs contained in "Now Eat: The Movie" are not on the 'Now Eat: The Album' except 'I'm That Nigga' by T-Nutty. The majority of the songs played on Now Eat are from this album right here(along with ex-Sickmade member Loki`s Illegitamati and `Head Drama Volume 1`.) 'Mr. No Print' featuring the Swartzaniggas, was the first named Swartzaniggas track recorded. This is one of my favorites, since the first time I heard it. This was also one of Tall Cann G's first rap appearances to appear officially, and got me into Mr. Cann's work. Sicx starts off the track, coming hard as the main representor for the Swartzaniggaz. COS follows up with a pretty fresh verse. I'd never heard a COS verse I liked until I heard this track. Check this track if you have doubts about buying the album, this songs addicting. 'Fair Warning' also appears to be a newer track, with production by Phonk Beta(the track is just an insert of sickness from the mind of Sicx. Manson Mind.) 'One Nigga Dead' is a needless-to-say classic. Everyone loves this track, one solo that established Sicx's talent. This was featured in a scene from 'Now Eat', in which Brotha Lynch gets a chainsaw and gets some nice cuts courtesy of Dubb-Sak's flesh for a barbeque. Do I have to say more? Watch Now Eat if your on that ripgut status. 'For The Funk of It' features X-Raided, and is obviously old-school. This song is long, clocking in at eight minutes. Sicx and Lynch rap for the majority of the track, X ending with a short verse. X still comes sick, although I wish his verse had been longer. A lot of the "baby-killer/devil rap" comes in on this one, reminiscent of the Season of tha Sickness era(Sicx remained in this era for every single album and song he did, never switching up his style. True Sickmade). 'Devils and Gunsmoke' is the only Brotha Lynch solo on this album. One excellent solo is better then five mediocre ones, though. The production is dark, and sounds unique even though there are samples all over the place. Lynch stays with the classic Atheist Baby Killer persona, and many agree this is one of the sicker verses Lynch spit on this album. IE: "A Nigga Wit' A Mind So Bad, Close my eyes, and all I see are little bloody babies in a Glad Bag." I could go on for ten more paragraphs about how dope this album is, but you got enough info to cop this. If you liked 'Season of the Sickness' or 'Dead 4 Life', Lynch and Sicx's solo debuts, then you'll love this album. This is a must-have in the collection of Sickmade Muzzic, and sets the bar for all future releases to follow. Sicx does the majority of this record. Sicx is my favorite rapper, and songs like 'Nigga Deep' and 'Crawl Thru The Hood' show you why. This album is a necessary evil, so pick this up if you want a dose of that sickness."