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The Coup's new album, Pick A Bigger Weapon, kicks off with a classic Boots Riley line ? "I'm a walking contradiction/Like bullets and love mixin'?" ? and then it just gets better. After a 14-year career that has defined the word "uncompromising", the Coup return armed with bigger funk and taller tales.

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: ja
  • ASIN: B00005ABLL
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,270,913 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Douglas Mudie on 15 Aug. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Quite simply this is the greatest 90s hip-hop album. It is hard to single out one great track out of so many but if I had to... no I can't. The Coup is like a cross between Snoop and J5...Priceless. Buy it and if you don't like it I'll refund you!!!!!! (Joking!)
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0 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel. I. Okonkwo on 5 Jan. 2012
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i have yet to receive this item so i can not give a review as yet but as soon as i receive it i will review it
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
"Now m*therf*ckers done made a name for they self... 18 July 2005
By SmokaJ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
but a name don't mean wealth - let me up you on this sh*t / if we was up in this just to get up out the ghetto - lemme tell you right now - we damn near done quit..." - The Name Game.

The Coup (Boots, E-Roc & DJ Pam the Funkstress) pull together an amazing 2nd album. I mean amazing...it took me at least 10 listens to fully appreciate this album and I still love it more everytime I listen to it. "Genocide & Juice" is laced w/ deep socially-concious & political lyricism, so deep it'll probably take most advanced Hip-Hop heads a while to touch the bottom (myself included).

They never shy away from speaking out against capitalists, corporations, pretty much any corrupt (literally, but more so socially) figures. Yeah, I know, we've all heard Hip-Hop like that before...but not like this. The Coup just have a ironic, non-violent (loosely used) approach to their messages that will never be duplicated.

Boots, for one thing, is one of Hip-Hop's 10 most under-rated MC's, w/o a doubt. He has tremendous presense, a great voice, an on-point flow and supremely intelligent & meaningful lyrics. E-Roc is also really dope, but unfortunately Boots always out-shines him. The beats are stellar, I love every one of them. The vibe of each beat fit the theme of the track perfectly...and guess who did all the main production...my man Boots.

The Coup definetly sparked the flame w/ their debut "Kill My Landlord" which is also an under-rated masterpiece, but in my eyes, they caught fire w/ this album. Every track is good, you can listen to the whole thing straight through, w/o even thinking of skipping a track. My favorites are: "Fat Cats...," "Hip 2 tha Skeme," & "The Name Game." There's also guest spots by Spice 1 & E-40 on track #11.

Be sure to check for all The Coup's albums (there's 4 in total).

Bottom Line: This album is a slept-on masterpiece and I love it. This is Hip-Hop that needs to be listened to, not just nodded to. I strongly reccommend this to any fan of real Hip-Hop. I DON'T reccommend this to beginning & average Hip-Hop heads...this is a truly advanced album. A 5 star masterpiece, Peace.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
A really good agit-rap CD.... 15 Nov. 2001
By J. Michael Showalter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Coup are the only overtly political rap crew that I know of that's not coming from the East Coast and still rapping. Hence, on any of their albums (all of which I recommend... especially "Please Steal this Album"... in reply to the reviewer who said that they should just GIVE AWAY their music....) you get a way different sound than lots of the people who consciousness-raising rap. They rail against capitalism a lot, rich people and the police. It's all been done before certainly: N.W.A. was really effective at it, as was Public Enemy and other groups like Da Lench Mob. The major difference between these groups is that The Coup takes on the world with a sort of bitter irony whereas the others just advocated violence. A few years ago a book came out by Jebidiah Purdy that discussed the problems with sarcasm in American society: he didn't like it because it didn't lead to a better world. The sarcasm here, combined with some pretty sophisticated beats and backing, can force change though, because it doesn't hint toward the unrealistic actions that were advocated by some other groups.
These rappers are really good; this album is really tight. It is a must buy, though, if on a limited budget, get their other album referenced above (it's slightly better....) On the same line, people who like what's SAID on this album might like a book by Darius James called "Negrophobia". THis is a huge recommendation....
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
classic hip-hip lyricism... 3 Feb. 2002
By R. Davis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
the way 'fat cats', 'pimps' & 'takin these' flow one into the next, this provides hip-hop with some great story tellin not heard since ice cube's 'amerikkka's most wanted'...not hard-core or gangsta, just some classic material by one of the west's most slept on groups....
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Great Album 29 April 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Back in the day my dude let me hear this album and I was blown away. The lyrics are so tight it's unbelievable. I used to smoke out and just vibe to this album, it's amazing. Rap just ain't the same anymore. What happened to all the real MC's? If you can find this album, get it, you owe it to yourself.
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***** 9 Oct. 2003
By aDAM - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I can remember when this first came out my bro bumpin the repo man in the basement, and it was bangin then and I still play it all tha time now. Every song onhere is dope, and you canlisten to the whole thing all the way through.
Takin these, hard concrete, repo man, santa rita weekend w/ 40 wata, and everyother song are dope. Check thisone out.l
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