|UserSoundoffs 1Album Ratings 100Objectivity 79%Last Active 02-08-09 11:45 pmJoined 11-16-08Forum Posts 55Review Comments 297
|Some Amazing Albums|
Here is five albums everyone needs to check out, extraordinary.
Programmable Love Songs
If you're a fan of musician Benn Jordan, you'll love this beyond belief. The entire album is completely at your face with so many types of music blended perfectly together.
|2|| ||Dudley Perkins|
Expressions (2012 AD)
This hip-hop/funk artist packs a punch with some great lyrical devices followed by inspired beats.
|3||Austrian Death Machine|
If you're a fan of As I Lay Dying's Tim Lambersis (sp?), or metal, or both, then I suggest you check out this hilarious side project. Think of Arnold one liners mixed with some interesting metal shredding.
The Animal Years
Folk is always a plus in my book, and Josh Ritter does a really good job of fulfilling all folk needs. A relaxing album, to enjoy.
|5|| ||Immortal Technique|
Revolutionary Vol. 1
One of the most prominent underground rappers today, delivers everything you'd want in a hip-hop album plus an extraordinary edge, political philosophy. This guy is a genius, plain and simple.
|basically, immortal technique is not extraordinary.|
welcome back chickenfish!
|4 is very cool.|
|why don't you like him? what have you listened too?|
|Revolutionary Vol. 2 is better you should check it out.|
What's up with all the Immortal Technique hatin round here?
|your username is clever|
|immortal technique is solid, just not as amazing as people hype him up to be. i've listened to vol 1, 2, and 3rd world. in fact, he got me into underground hiphop in the first place... but the novelty wore thin after a while.|
|Dub Sean, I listen to all of his material, even demo tapes, and I know Revolutionary Volume 2 like the back of my right hand (left hand is revolutionary 1). |
The novelty wears off if you don't understand what he's talking about...
|he's talking about eating meat... broccoli sometimes.|
no wait, he's talking about raping and killing his mom.
no wait, he's talking about nazi scientists and armies of aborted children (multiple times).
seriously, he's good, but not this god of hiphop that you think he is.
|You really don't understand his lyrics...|
Beef and Broccolli is a song about him justifying his dietary choice, since a lot people pretend that being a vegetarian makes them more 'revolutionary' them he. If you listen, it's really not that serious, most of the time he's fucking around with his lyrics, and making a simple point.
Dance With The Devil is a song to exemplify what goes on in the hood, a really extreme example, and no it wasn't his mom if you listen to the song. Furthermore, he's said multiple times it wasn't something he actually did.
Nazi scientists, yes there were German scientists...he also goes deep into the events that led up to the United States sponsoring the rise of the Third Reich.
The aborted baby metaphor he uses three times in different songs, and I'll agree he over used it.
|dude i know what he's talking about... there's no hidden special meaning that im missing.|