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Hell On Earth (Explicit) [Explicit]

6 Mar. 2000 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 27 Dec. 1991
  • Release Date: 6 Mar. 2000
  • Label: LOUD Records
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  • Total Length: 58:50
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001I853KK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,372 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. Jaconelli on 7 Nov. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'm a huge fan of Mobb Deep, and their follow-up to the classic 'Infamous' CD is not only as good as its predecessor, the beats are better on Hell On Earth. From the opening track right through to the last track, Havoc kills it with his production. And the great beats sets it up perfectly for Prodigy's smooth style of just non-stop raw rhyming. This album can't be missed, for all fans of true hip hop this is one of my favourite albums of all time, up there with 'Illmatic', 'Enter The 36 Chambers' etc.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richardward on 19 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
Hmmmmm..... No doubt about it , the "Infamous" album was a gem... no Hip Hop classic! Not many hip hop heads will argue with that one. It was always going to be difficult to top it and to revisit a rap audienece with the same formula and lyrical content was always going to be risky in a musical genre that is evolving so rapidly with innovators such as Dre , Timabaland and the Neptunes. This however is a tidy offerring , and lets not forget Havoc manopolises the beats for the infamous ones with no outside medling from others, so we really are being given a second bite of the mobb cherry here.
This album is a sinister tale of grimey rainy Tuesday New York street life with hammer house of horror style beats on "Night Time Vultures" the stroy of a hit on rival street affiliates
and the ground shaking, hard as nails agressive spitting " Still Shinin" in which the Mobb don't pull any punches dealing with critics, one being a certain Mr Tupac Shakur , say no more. .. The shiners on this baby are the Tupac dis response track , "Drop a gem on em " on which they tear into Mr Shakur
like a pear of wild Tony Soprano's on acid leaving nothing left for the birds. This track uses a sample from the movie "Love Story" and yeah I know what ya thinking "oh please " right.... WRONG these boys sodomise the origional tune as a sample for a background to one of the most savage outbursts of lyrical skill I have heard on Wax and I have been wigging rap since Heavy D's "Mr Big Stuff". This is track number 2 and leaves you reaching for the repeat button whilst burning a blank disc copy for the motor.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ironmonkey on 28 Sept. 2000
Format: Audio CD
I've come to the conclusion that I don't actually like the Mobb Deep duo of 'Havoc' and 'Prodigy', not because their rhyming and production skills are bad, quite the opposite in fact but because their rap personas illuminate all that is truly wrong with black America. This view is a testament to the duo's skill throughout this exceptional album as they paint a graphic portrait of ghetto America, its suffering and its inhabitants. There is something deeply pervasive and animalistic about Mobb Deep's detached view of human life which is fundamentally based upon the survival of the fittest. Musically this album cuts through the air like a sonic boom, the production is of the finest quality, the 'Louis Vuitton' or 'Beluga Caviar' of Hip Hop composition, if you like. Each track is created around metallic sounding drums which bounce heavily across gorgeous bass line rhythms and the use of sample breaks is simple and understated. Guest appearances from Wu-tang veterans 'Method Man' and 'Raekwon' add a mature substance to this third, and most accomplished, 'tour of duty' from Mobb Deep, who I really wouldn't like to meet on a dark night and judging by the inclusion of a distressing skit, it wouldn't be advisable to hang around outside their apartment block. This album is brilliantly disturbing. A must have in any record collection.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
For anyone who was a fan of the "Infamous" album you'll love this. It does lack the freshness of the previous album "The Infamous" but lyricially and Musicially it is a masterpiece. Prodigy & Havoc paint a grim picture of Queensbridge and this is brought to life through Havoc's Cinematic production.
Right from the very first Song "Animal Instincts" you can tell Mobb Deep refined there skills both on the Mic and in the Studio the production is stunning. Method Man shows up for the bone chilling "Extortion" and drops one of his tighest verious full stop. There is also the chilling "More Trife Life" following on from the last album and there eerie "G.O.D. PT.3" which is rapped over one of the Scarface instrumentals. Nas makes an appearance on "Give It Up Fast" and no doubt Nas drops one of the best verses of his career.
In all i gotta say this album is a definte (5/5) Mobb Deep don't go anywhere new on this album in terms of subject matter and are repeating themselves from the last album. But the way they rap about it keeps you interested at all times and Havoc production gives them more of an edge over other "Hardcore" rappers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Baynes on 27 Oct. 2011
Format: Audio CD
I have to admit I slept on this for a long time but I'm glad I finally took time to listen. 'Hell on Earth' is that grimy east coast hip hop that isn't made anymore, in many ways its a time capsule but one I dont mind being stuck in. The beats (produced by Havoc) are all huge sounding, sparse and full of atmosphere. Its the perfect soundtrack to a rainy day in the city. This isnt a party album, the lyrics and beats are all hardcore. Even though the album is nearly 20 years old now it still bangs hard. In my opinion they never bettered this album, its a classic and even features members of Wu Tang. Get it!.
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