great album. this is reminiscent of some of the Gravediggaz and Brotha Lynch Hung material, along with some later groups I've heard like Immortal Technique. however, I would not associate this with horrorcore, as its got that dry dun style and keeps the lyrics tight, giving this a truly legitimate atmosphere. And its not disgusting, as some horrorcore turns out to be. Get this album. It will make you feel like you're laid back in an old rusty Lincoln, about to open up on the kid who messed up that drop.
Although I might actually like Hell on Earth more than this album, it cannnot be denied that this album was probably more important for the hiphop world in general. HoE is actually just more a continuation of the sound brought forth on The Infamous than anything else. This sound was incredibly grimey and dark, displaying the fact that Prodigy and Havoc were not to be messed with. Heavy drumbeats, simple (but effective) basslines and threatening keyboard atmospheres dominate the beat-side of this album. Lyrically this just might be one of the best in the gangsta rap genre. The best example of this is "Shook Ones Pt. II", an incredible dark threatening song with some not-so-friendly rhyming by the group's two MC's. Another hiphop-classic.