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  • Audio CD (25 April 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Nature Sounds
  • ASIN: B0000UX58E
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 110,638 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Revolutionary Intro
2. The Point of No Return
3. Peruvian Cocaine
4. Harlem Streets
5. Obnoxious
6. The Message & The Money
7. Industrial Revolution
8. Crossing The Boundary
9. Sierra Maestra
10. The 4th Branch
11. Internally Bleeding
12. Homeland And Hip Hop
13. The Cause Of Death
14. Freedom of Speech
15. Leaving The Past
16. Truth's Razors
17. You Never Know
18. One-Remix

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Lazarus on 10 Jan. 2006
Format: Audio CD
In a world dominated by celebrity culture, money, sex and politics emerges one of the rawest rappers ever - Immortal Technique.
'Tech' takes all these modern day vices and annihilates them. He delves into the hippocritical, political histories of the US and other countries and tells you what he terms 'The truth'
A man of immense intellect, Tech grew up on the mean streets of Harlem NY. He started seriously writing lyrics while in prison. There he read prolifically, attaining a deep understanding of how the world works.
Revolutionary volume 2 is like no other rap album. 9/11 features prominantly along with the US response to the tragedy. The treatment of Central and South america, the drug trade, poverty in America and a painfully personal narration of his own life experiences (Internally Bleeding, You never Know) make this album legendary in its own lifetime. Tech cuts through the crap to tell you how things really are, how the media smokescreens the truth from you every day and how governments create wars to make money
Techs rhymes and metaphors are unparalleled, as is his knowledge of history of science, a true rap polymath. You won't be disappointed...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By TR on 19 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
If your a fan of 50 cent or the like, well then IT's music will certainly do one of two things to you;

It will either leave make you a fan of the greatest Emcee alive OR with lyrics like, "I'll shoot your moms in the back and f*ck the bullethole until she dies", you'll possibly end up crying and traumatised for life. Either way Immortal Technique and this album is certainly not for the feint hearted.

One other guarantee I can make is that you won't find lyrics such as "...I'll let you lick the lollypop" or talk about how 'rich and bling blinged up' said person is, on Revolutionary volume 2.

What you will get is an amazing album exposing the truth about the world we live in. The subject matter is varied; everything is discussed from 9/11 and its fallout, the Bush Administration, Corporations and free trade, the rise of the Illuminati/New World Order and more.

Each song is told in a story like way that creates a vivid image of what Technique wants you to visualise mainly thanks to the lyricism which is something to be admired.

It isn't meant to be pretty boy, materialstic commercial rap made for kids who watch MTV. It is eerie, sad, gritty and hard hitting music which really hits home about the important issues in the world and how we as people allow stuff to bypass us which will only serve to be our detriment.

Overall everyone should take a listen to Revolutionary Volume II as it will certainly open your eyes to the terror the world faces in its current situation.

This album itself equates to a work of art, whilst Technqiue is Rembrandt painting the picture, albeit a gory one.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Vaskez on 24 Jan. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Pros:
- Every track has a purpose, there are no directionless "I'm great, I've got loadsa cash" tracks like with so many other rappers.
- IT doesn't have the best flow in hip-hop but it's hard to fault the way he sticks to the beat, usually right on it.
- Almost every rhyme is well-constructed. Mostly none of the single-syllable lazy-ass rhyming that you see from some "rappers". A lot of dope multi-syllable rhymes.
- His opinions aren't sugarcoated, IT thrives on controversy and WILL make you think with most of the tracks on this album, even if you don't agree with his opinions.
- The beats are generally suited to the track and on-point. There are no annoying beats on this CD that you just wanna skip.
- A lot of cool/creative similes and metaphors throughout
- The album is actually constructed with thought behind the track ordering. The booklet explains the story behind each track - a nice touch. This way the album tells a story, not like most albums where the CD just seems like a random collection of tracks.
Cons/Other points:
- This CD is NOT for 50 Cent/Eminem fans and by that I mean people for whom those are their favourites. IT's purpose ain't to make club bangers or wishy-washy bling-bling crap, his aim is to voice his opinions, make you think and/or tell a narrative.
- There are a few too many skits. Tracks 1, 6, 9, 12 and 16 are skits, leaving 13 proper tracks. Although at £13 thats £1 per track - not bad value at all. Plus, Skits 6 and 12 are very thought-provoking so not a complete waste of time.
Overall - a great CD which you have to listen to a few times through before you fully appreciate it, but after that you will for sure. For true rap fans i.e. not those who just like the commercial side of rap - this is a must-have. If you're a commercial rap fan or R&B fan this is too raw for you, stick to Nelly, 50 Cent etc.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By chris on 10 Jun. 2006
Format: Audio CD
this album is so good, its hard to put it in to words how good it is, immortal technique is an incredible lyricist, he has an amazing vocabulary, has a great voice, and great delivery, he is one of the most intelligent rappers in the game, he knows so much about the american government system, its unbelievable, it is actually educational listening to him, he reveals things that you may never have known had he not revealed them, when he is not rapping about politics, he is doing devastatingly good battle raps, immortal technique spits quite possibly the best punchlines you will have heard by any rapper(apart from big l, he just about beats immortal technique), even though it is underground, the production of this is actually very good, it suits the mood of the songs, and is easy to listen to, not only does he deliver political and battle rap songs, he is an incredible storyteller, as proved on you never know, which is a very sad love story, i strongly recommend this, it is one of the best rap albums ever made, and even though people on this site overrate immortal technique calling him the best rapper ever, he is well on his way to becoming it, get his first album too, revolutionary volume 1, its brilliant, though not as good as this
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