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The Unholy Terror: Jedi Mind Tricks Presents Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (5 July 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Modulor
  • ASIN: B002PI1KX6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,672,658 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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My dad isn't a massive hip-hop fan but he listened to this album and loved every track! I could go on for ages about how great the album is by talking about its solid production, cleverly written lyrics and satisfying hooks. Honestly, give it a listen! This group are so underrated and next to nobody has EVER heard of them. I feel privileged to own this CD! The first song I heard was "Godzilla" and my jaw hit the floor after just the first minute and I've listened to that song almost everyday since the first day I heard it! My favourites from the album are "Godzilla", "Hollow Points", "Cookin' Keys", "Burn You Alive", "Suicide Girl" and "Dead Shall Rise." But I could listen to every track easily and not feel even slightly tempted to skip a track!

If you're a true hip-hop fan then you should buy this album!
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the product came very fast indeed. and again just like ritual of battle this is some truely brilliant stuff. if you want to hear open minded, imaginative rap then go no further.
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Having bought and somewhat enjoyed the previous two AOTP albums I was disappointed with this. The whole AOTP franchise seems to be becomming an excuse for lots of MC's to get together, spit battle bars they wouldn't use on their own albums and reap the rewards from their joint fan bases.

The album benefits from the reutrm of Apathy and by the fact that Celph Titled is given alot of verses. Reef the lost cause doesn't appear as much as he should but thankfully they were clever enough to keep jus allah's imput to a minimum. I also think that the AOTP miss Chief Kamachi as he offers something different. My personal thoughts are that Demoz, Outerspace, Des Devious, Doap Nixon and to a certain extent King Syze all sound the same and this really makes the idea of an album packed with MC's redundent. I'm sure their are other who don't agree. Vinnie Paz is his usual aggresive self and obviously saved his better verses for season of the assassin.

Beats wise its all a little boring too. Boombap production is all well and good but when you couple it with unimaginative loops your not left with much. The tunes worth their salt are, Spaz out, Contra Mantra, Godzilla and Bust em in. Not nearly enough to keep you coming back for more.

People will argue that this is a great record but with little depth I dont think their is a case for it. This record doesn't even compare to any of the JMT albums released and not all of them are outstanding.

The whole project has become an oppertuinty to cash in with the artists having no real care for the end product. Perhaps the AOTP would benefit from more MC's like breez evahflowin, Sabac or Tame one and a few more recognised producers like Stoupe or more recently engineer.
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The Army of The Pharoahs (A.O.T.P.) were originally formed by Jedi Mind Tricks front man Vinnie Paz during the mid 90's. The group orignally consisted of Vinnie Paz, Esoteric, Virtuoso, Bahamadia and Chief Kamachi. Since being formed various MCs have joined and a few have left. The group currently consists of underground MCs Vinnie Paz, Jus Allah, King Syze, Crypt, Planatary, Reef The Lost Cauze, Doap Nixon, Des Devious, Demoz, Celph Titled, Apathy, Esoteric and King Magnetic.

A.O.T.P. have now dropped three full length albums with "The Unholy Terror" being the latest album to be released. In truth, this album certainly isn't their greatest but is still a solid purchase. I personally feel that they would have been better cutting this album in half and releasing an E.P.

Stand out tracks on the album include the Apathy produced "Suicide Girl", Godzilla, Spaz Out and Contra Mantra. The poorer tracks aren't terrible but are just very standard run of the mill hip-hop stuff.

If you can get this album for a good price then buy it.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x94aca984) out of 5 stars 14 reviews
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94aeb70c) out of 5 stars Solid album, but not the Holy Grail of AOTP releases 13 April 2010
By James C. Janssen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
My problem with the 2nd album was the lack of Apathy. Well, Apathy is back, but now Esoteric is missing (one of my favorite AOTP members). I just don't find Des Devious, Demoz, Doap Nixon, King Syze, etc. to really add much to AOTP. Sure they can deliver some great lyrics, but the other more talented emcees could do that better (Vinnie Paz, Celph Titled, Apathy, Esoteric, Reef, Planetary). This album still feels like it has a lot of "filler" emcees on the roster. Not saying that anybody is particularly bad, it's just that I'd rather hear more Apathy, Vinnie, Celph, etc. (like I mentioned above).

I thought the beats on the second album sounded a bit too "commercial" on a few songs, and this album seemingly ups the ante. There's some great beats on this album, but it seems like AOTP is slowly shifting towards a more mainstream sound (unintentionally). Don't get me wrong, this still oozes that underground vibe, but some of the newer artists coupled with some of the newer beats seem out of place when compared to the sound of the first AOTP album. Again, this is personal preference.

Still, a very solid album and worth a purchase.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94aeb760) out of 5 stars im impressed 3 Jun. 2010
By DL - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm a Jedi Mind fan and AOTP fan so of course I copped this album. I was impressed. Its exactly what you would want. The only disappointments would be maybe some of your favorite members arent on many tracks. Jus Allah is only on one track which was a big disappointment for me. Also, Esoteric only has 2 verses I think, but he kills them. Actually all of the members are pretty much on top of their game. Celph Titled and Apathy are amazing as always and Vinnie Paz too is on his game. Outerspace is good and even doap nixon does descent (my least favorite member of the group). The production is great and the album is good length. No reason in the world not to buy this. Support real hardcore hip-hop. I just got the new Bone album and they sold out, but AOTP made up for it cus they are still keeping it raw... Best album so far this year for me.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94aeba3c) out of 5 stars The Super Group of hiphop 14 Dec. 2011
By TREDT - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
AOTP never disappoints, I honestly don't think they can make a wack track. If your a Vinnie Paz fan, you already own the album. Celph Titled out shines everyone in my opinion. Production is perfection, lyrically insane every track.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94aeb934) out of 5 stars aotp the best the meaning of real underground hiphop 3 Nov. 2012
By kyle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
not the best aotp album but still has some bangers the first 2 were the best torture papers is the best of the three cant wait for the next realse aotp for life
HASH(0x94aebb20) out of 5 stars Hard Body Rap 29 Aug. 2013
By SoWhat - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this album some time ago and forgot to write a review. Well what can be said? This is what hip hop should sound like, angry, loud, conscious, positive and banging beats. If you don't feel it you must be deaf dumb or blind. AOTP is an off shoot of the Jedi Mind Trick crew, Phillies finest coming with that hard body rap that scares the stink out of the establishment and all fake heads out there claiming to be into hip hop and rap. When you're ready for some realness in your rap music go on ahead and spend the duckets to support some independent real raw rap...AOTP,JMT,DGZ,OPG....nuff said
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