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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Joshua A. Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Now I am gonna explain why this album is rad. Now first off I bought 2000 fold the day it came out and I am a huge SOB fan. I love the feel of this new album, its fresh and stylish. I like that they just didnt do the same old stuff. Now all of you who think its a gangster attitude are wrong. Its not gangster, its angry, dont confuse gangster with angry. Gangsters talk about pimpin their hoes and drivin their cars, but SOB never talks about that stuff. The angry lyrics go with the guitar riffs and raw feel of this album. It feels a lot like Jedi Mind Tricks, who are far from gangster but have heavy angry raps. All yall who think they sold out need to go listen again and get your head straight about whats hip-hop and whats not.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Megadef is Freakin' AWESOME!!! 25 Sep 2003
By Michael The Great! - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I see a lot of people comparing Megadef with 2000 Fold and that's cool and stuff, but it's been 5 years since SOB has dropped anything. They are gonna change no matter what and in my personal opinion they changed for the better! I love all the beats - Flavor Crystals are awesome and the lyrics are still comparable to none. They outdid themselves!! Pick this record up!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
down the chasm 17 Sep 2003
By kasey barkle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
after the ABSOLOUGHT classic 2000 Fold, SOB returns after 5 years with 2/3rd as many songs as half as much talent... The rhyming is sick no doubt, with Ryu being sick no doubt, but I can't stand all his gun talk "stick em up punk" "lay that ish down" "you punk motherf'ers" "I stay laced up" "talk about sick 'ish, hit em up" for 14 songs, can't stand it at all... on the other hand, Takbir is FLAWLESS... the entire cd I can't pick one thing wrong with his wordplay, styles and flow...
Takbir "IS" styles of beyond,a Ryu is a refind version of a white 50 cent who can rhyme 10x better... nevertheless, I cannot stand his attitude, even if he has stepped up, I don't listen to S.O.B to listen to emcee'ing about guns, blowing away punks and how good I am... this album will grow on your for about 5 listens, but a week after I owned this album, i'm already listening to 2000 fold more than this, which I have had for over 2 years... what does that tell you?
this album, although solid is devoid of classics... nothing even approaches the level of style warz, hollograms, spies like us, winnetka exit, survival tactics, killer instinct, or even Marco Polo... Ryu seems to dominate most of the cd, and it suffers greatly becuase of it... if I wanted to hear someone brag about guns, i'd listen to 50 cent, which I wouldn't anyway...
ryu is 1 star, takbir is 5 stars, production, although differant, falls off here and gets 3 stars... this is average of 3 stars, though when coming off the back of 2000 Fold, this is VERY weak...
keep 2000 fold and your respect for Tiger Chan in San Fernan...
Or search the net and download the mixtape 'Styles of Beyond - not from this planet' ... before they broke up and got back together cuz Ryu wanted to be a gangster...
I'm probably goina get a bit of flak for this review, who praise whatever S.o.B puts out regardless of quality, you KNOW i'm right...
S.O.B is still one of the greatests group ever... i'd die for a Takbir solo album...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
underrated 13 April 2006
By Jia - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I love this album. Styles of Beyond is the premiere rap group out the San Fernando Valley and one of the most solid groups in the LA underground. Takbir is in my opinion one of the most on point rappers out there. He reminds me of Rakim in that every syllable hits the beat perfectly, he never lags or slurs his vocals like most other rappers who lack control. Just listen to his verse on "Pay Me" where he starts rappin doubletime and tell me that isn't impressive.

Far as this album being gangsta? The only change is Ryu rhymes harder and he's still sick. Listen to Bleach where Ryu starts rappin in an Irish accent. That's not gangsta, that's fresh. And Takbir still has the same abstract style he had on 2000 Fold, he hasn't change a bit. On Eurobiks, he says he's got a "fascination with the Human League". How is that gangsta? That's like Ice Cube rapping about how much he likes Erasure.

And with "Pay Me", all they're doing is repeating the same thing Immortal Technique did in "Message and the Money". That rappers are a commodity and shouldn't get screwed by promoters. So the guys calling them sell-outs, I don't know what to tell you. All I know is, if they were sell-outs, they wouldn't have made "Mr Brown" the first single and would be sampling showtunes instead of Gigantor
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Bummed on it 16 Sep 2006
By Kurt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Styles of beyond are one of my most played artists in my collection of music and one of my most favorite underground groups. I have been bumpin these guys for years and always get excited when I show them to my friends. Sadly, this album was not what i expected. What I hoped for was something similar to 2000 fold, amazing flows and original beats. There are 4 songs on this album that are listenable but not even worthy to the worst song on 2000 fold. Many of you are hating what im saying right now, but this is just my opinion. They brought on the start for my fantastic underground hip hop voyage to begin with and i owe it all to 2000 fold. But thats a different review. I hope their next album doesnt turn to hip-pop. But i will always love SOB no matter what.
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