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Athom
Staff Reviewer
October 18th 2010


17212 Comments


that's one of those epiphanies i was talking about.

Digging: Inigo Kennedy - Vaudeville

PuddlesPuddles
October 18th 2010


4772 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

agreed, we're all very happy about this

Ire
October 18th 2010


41762 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

not sure how i feel about this yet.


u dnt kno bout Kno

ZippaThaRippa
October 18th 2010


2417 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

This is freaking awesome

deadinholywood
October 19th 2010


240 Comments


Well looks like I need this, heard 4 songs already and its rhymes and beats are dark as hell. Graveyard just makes me want to bob my head with its pulsing synth line.
Shouldn't expect less considering how good Cunninlynguists are.

lobby
October 19th 2010


1251 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

the hospital verse is crap, always feel like skipping it. There's alot to digest in this album such as the verses on Loneliness, La Petite Mort (Come Die With Me) and If You Cry even.

infamousnz
October 19th 2010


1 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This album is amazing! Kno at his best.

CelestialDust
October 19th 2010


3155 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Not convinced? Give Rhythm of the Rain a go:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nueG0jLMFA


convinced. that song is the shit



lobby
October 19th 2010


1251 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Hell yeah. The album just made the charts at number 1

Fuff24
October 19th 2010


1118 Comments


awesome. this is great stuff

ComfortablyDumb
October 19th 2010


395 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

love that this is being so well-received here

on the QN5 forums, Kno said he tried to rap the hospital verse on IWIWD as if he just woke up from a coma... hence the awkward/choppy flow... personally it's one of my favourite verses on the album

bassline on Loneliness is just toooo infectious

lobby
October 19th 2010


1251 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Fuck yeah, Loneliness beat is wicked. I just really dont like the hospital verse esp. after the great mood Tonedeff created in the first verse. I see he was trying to do something a bit different but ergh...

After like 200 listens while writing the review, I had a break form this, but it's impossible not to keep coming back. Really have to stop listening for a bit so I don't wear it out

Dried Muffin Remnants
October 19th 2010


297 Comments


awesome album... definitely best hip hop album along with lucious left foot; has more standout tracks, but lucious left foot is more consistent i feel.

loneliness is such a crisp, cool, atmospheric and perfect song!

nychicano
October 20th 2010


310 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This better not suck ass. I mean it guise.

alachlahol
October 20th 2010


7489 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

the beats trump the lyricism on this record. Kno's flow is awkward

pand3m0nium
October 20th 2010


98 Comments


This is a really good review.

If the album is as good, I'll check it out.

pand3m0nium
October 20th 2010


98 Comments


Okay, I'm listening to "Rhythm of the Rain". So far, so good.

Scenegirlsdontbang
October 20th 2010


106 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Pretty much what alachlahol said.
I'm trying to find instrumentals of this.

lobby
October 20th 2010


1251 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

there is one out there somewhere.

Not sure if you guys are used to his flow. Following the CL since their Will Rap For Food album means I know all about what this guy can achieve with his rhymes. Might be a little hit or miss but you have to appreciate some of the great lines:

“Tell Mother Nature she can blow on the wind and choke on my kids” zing...dunno, prob cos I listen to alot of Freddie Gibbs, whose lyrics are not at all profound, but are delivered really well. In some respect, users that don't like Kno's rhymes should check out some CunninLynguists material. He produces the albums while Natti and Deacon the Villain (both guests on DiS) are emcees. But this album stands as the best produced among all CL material, and the rhymes are not that bad at all. What puts this above however, is the mood created across the length of the album and the way that you can take so much away from the music.

people will say that he should've had so-and-so rapper, and could've had better rhymes in these verses, but in the end, he created something real, and fuck it, I can't stop listening...


crank
October 20th 2010


332 Comments


Have you heard Tyler, The Creator?



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