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  • Audio CD (3 April 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Virgin EMI
  • ASIN: B00004SRJ6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Psycho Ward
  2. Time 4 Sumaksion
  3. Da Funk
  4. News Break
  5. So Ruff
  6. Rated "R"
  7. Watch Yo Nuggets
  8. Psycho Dub
  9. Jam 4 U
  10. Blow Your Mind
  11. Hardcore
  12. Funky Uncles
  13. Redman Meets Reggie Noble
  14. Tonight's Da Night
  15. Blow Your Mind
  16. I'm A Bad
  17. Sessed One Night
  18. How To Roll A Blunt
  19. Sooper Luver Interview
  20. A Day Of Sooperman Lover
  21. Encore
  22. Tonight's Da Nite
  23. Hardcore / Time 4 Sum Aksion (Enhanced Video)

Product Description

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Format: Audio CD
And here's why. Most rap albums you buy these days sounds like compilations, a series of individual songs thrown together, with nothing linking them together, just a bunch of single songs compiled to make one album.
As any devoted music fan will know, the best CDs are the ones that work really well as albums, and Whut? Thee Album is the one Hip-Hop album that really does just that. Technically, in terms of song quality and whatever, it's not my favourite hip-hop album, but the way it's put together is great. It's like a concept - the opening skit where Redman is being interrogated and asked to release some of his built-up anger by showing the therapist what a rap album would sound like if he made it, before Time 4 Sum Aksion explodes in and Redman lets rip. The whole album follows like this. On their own, some of these songs would sound a bit lost - some cut off unexpectedly, mid-flow towards the end, and so you have to listen to the album as a whole to get a grip of what's going on.
It's this unique formula that really made me fall in love with this album. The album just sounds like Redman let loose in a studio, having a great time, and inviting you along to have a great time with him. It's not all polished, complete suit-and-tie raps like a lot of current albums are. It's got the charisma that only old-skool albums know how to show.
Musically though it still satisfies. When Redman really gets going, he's electrifying, and this is quite often.
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Format: Audio CD
For me, Red has been slept on, he's truly one of the greatest rhymers out there. I got this album back in '92 when it first came out..... Redman has never disapointed, and phat beats mixed with tight mic skills and a wicked sense of humour makes for one of the best (albeit most underrated) hiphop artists in the world. Also check out the follow up albums "Dare Iz A Darkside", "Muddy Waters" & "Doc's Da Name" only go to illustrate the fact further. Also check for the wicked collaboration album with Method Man "Blackout". Sheer class.
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In 1992, Eric Sermon once again dusted off the mothership and set off on a funk journey with his partner-in-rhyme(freshly released from the psycho ward) and took the listener hostage on a mission marked "extreme danger" into the inner-psyche of Reggie Noble a.k.a The Funkadelic a.k.a Redman. Few thought they'd survive or that we'd end up thanking them afterwards.
Such is the experience of listening to Redman's debut. Heavily-layered funk samples form the backing to Redman's raw and often hysterical delivery leaving you not sure whether to laugh or back away in disgust. Starting as a mental patient, then an HIV carrier, he eventually morphs into "Superman Lover" (his blunt-smoking, cat-saving and overly-sexed alter ego) and the identity crisis is complete. Not for the faint-hearted (or the politically correct) "Whut!Thee Album" has its tongue firmly planted in its cheek and shows Redman/Reggie (or whoever he chooses to be) a rapper of unique imagination and humour.
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Format: Audio CD
Put out by EPMD, and largely produced by the one and only Erick Sermon, Redman (along with Das-EFX & K-Solo) was part of the Hit Squad. For reasons obvious upon listening to this album, Redman is the only one still doing it (check Blackout with Method Man). The man himself appears on the cover with his arms covered in blood and this shot lends itself to the evident lunacy that is Redman. This does not get in the way of the bass heavy funk production courtesy of Sermon on the classics 'How To Roll A Blunt' and 'sooperman Lover'. New Jersey had laid bare a major new talent and on this great album he was clearly styling for the masses.
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Format: Audio CD
it dont get any better than this. pure funk, heavy beats, solid rhymes. nuff said.
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