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Hell Hath No Fury

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  • Audio CD (22 Jan. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B0000TWMDY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,975 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
This album proves that practice makes perfect. I remember the first time I heard the Clipse was on their single 'The Funeral', where in the video Malice and Pusha both seemed hyperactive, waving their arms around like they were on a deserted island watching a helicopter fly over them; I found it amusing but ultimately they didn't leave much impression on me as emcees. Fast forward three years and after seeing their first album shelved they dropped 'Lord Willin''. Yes 'Grindin'' was a great single, what mixtape rapper didn't freestyle over it in the summer of 2002, but the album to me was overall mediocre; again their lyricism wasn't impressive and the album was too long making the production sound repetitive at times. All this has changed with 'Hell Hath No Fury'. I was skeptical when XXL Magazine gave it a XXL rating (their equivalent of The Source's 5 mics) but after listening to the album several times I'm not mad at them. You literally don't have to touch forward once when playing this album. Every song Pharrell produces (Chad has retired from The Neptunes) on HHNF doesn't sound like any other song on the album, and tracks like 'Ride Around Shining' and 'Hello New World' are actually some of the best beats I've ever heard from him. The Clipse aren't ever going to be Nas and Jay-Z in a group, but they sound more in their element this time around, going beyond simply telling ABC hustle tales. So without giving too much away this is one of the best albums I've heard all year, and probably the best southern hip-hop album of 2006. Worth the purchase...
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This album is not only better than their first LP, but the best album that the neptunes have ever produced. The production is kept gritty and raw throughout and the lyrics are top notch, better than most of the stuff that has been released this year, or the last few years for that matter. The Clipse' raw lyricism and The Neptunes' gritty production put this album up there with the greats, it reminds me of some of the classic albums released around 1994/1995 - Illmatic, Ready 2 Die and Only Built 4 Cuban Linx are a few albums that come to mind.
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3 years of record label drama either sinks an artist, or propels them to new heights. Stand forward, the Clipse...

Hell Hath No Fury is a classic album from the Clipse - their rhymes are on point every verse, the Neptunes production is excellent from start to finish, and the replay value is endless.

From an MC's point of view, their wordplay is not magnificent (when compared to Nas, for example) but the variety of flows they kick makes it truly interesting. The subject matter (drugs, girls, money) is nothing new, but somehow they manage to find a different viewpoint - such as the song Dirty Money, which recognises the ambivolent nature of enjoying the finer things that illegally-obtained money can buy.

There are few stand-out tracks - simply because the album is so consistent throughout - but those particularly worthy of mention include Trill, Mr Me Too, Wamp Wamp, Ridin Round Shining, and Nightmares.

This is an outstanding album, and unless Nas can outshine them on Hip Hop is Dead, then the Clipse have made Hell Hath No Fury the best hip hop LP of 2006.
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Clipse have entered the industry as very well known artists. They are very new rappers and with their already explosive albulm 'Lord Willin' These artists have just established themselves as people that know how to speak. These rappers are big. Malice has the gift of poetry and Pusha T is just down right hardcore as they talk about the streets of Virginia.
With the help of the 'Neptunes' Producers who came out with the smashing albulm 'Neptunes presents the Clones' which i`m sure you are familiar with ,they have made an even greater albulm with the combination of great music and amazing words(Isn`t that ironic!). With the additional Bonus Dvd along with it (of whom there was a Dvd on their first albulm with exclusive videos) these guys give you an inside story of their unique style.With their fantastic tunes such as'When the last time' and'Cot Damn' but 'Grindin' comes out one of their best, they spontaneously bring you even more addictive music.Contributions of other music artists(Kelis, Roscoe P. Coldchain and Pharell Williams) have made their albulms completeley hot. With A Great amount of tracks to keep you dying for more and their banging tunes, this albulm is a MUST BUY.
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