Helpful votes received on reviews: 70% (7 of 10)


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Devil's Night ~ D12
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I seem to be carving a niche for myself as giving all rap cds a good review. here goes it'll start on 5 stars. Right, it's shock-rap, minus 2 stars for being a dull manufactured money-hungry genre. so, 3, now, it's also another blatant one star gets everyone he knows or met in the pub a record deal, (Like Busta Rhymes) so minus half a star for that, giving 2 and a half, minus another half for this meaning Bizarre may get a solo album, so 2 stars. Minus another star because i work in a record store and have to sell this to all of the 'rap' fans who love it. did I minus a star for Bizarre being really truly awful? that gives it 0 stars. Well, I'll add one because Eminem really is a talented… Read more
Mutter ~ Rammstein
Mutter ~ Rammstein
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brutal., 19 July 2001
A truly heavy fantastic CD. The gutteral rhetoric of German phrasing and connotation provides the perfect medium for the harsh sound of Rammsteins brutal vocals over the equally heavy yet melodic chords and riffs. The heavy guitar riffs for the chorus of the twisted Sonne was used as an anthem for Metal and rock adverts, because of it's heavy sound. The percussion is very complimentary to the aggression of the chords, a great CD all round, and well worth a second look.
Gangster Chronicles ~ London Posse
Gangster Chronicles ~ London Posse
4.0 out of 5 stars Definitive UK hip-hop, 19 July 2001
Don't get me wrong, this CD is really really good. I have one tiny quibble, but the rest is a shower of praise.
There is AT TIMES a certain feeling of going a bit OTT on the cockney accent or the ragga-based Jamaican-Brit accents.
Maybe this comes across as dated to some people, but it's because it's not a new album!
Very good, and it's the album that made Rodney P huge in the UK hip-hop scene.
Definitive, and worth owning for when UK rappers invade and outsell their high budget American counterparts. I wish.