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Summer Of '13
Summer Of '13
Price: £7.99

5.0 out of 5 stars A contender for being my favourite album from Malcolm, 24 July 2016
This review is from: Summer Of '13 (MP3 Download)
I love this album! A different direction for the Falkirk man to be sure, but one he imbues with the character, downbeat melody and self-deprecating humour that have all characterised his previous albums. Miaoux Miaoux did a top job on production too - reminds me of crystal lakes and filthy nightclub floors simultaneously. This album has faint echoes of the recent Human Don't Be Angry album, 'Electric Blue' (which I loved) lurking in there as well to my ears.

Hats off Malky - brilliant stuff. This will undoubtedly end 2016 as one of my top albums of the year.


How I Got Over
How I Got Over
Price: £0.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 30 Mar. 2016
This review is from: How I Got Over (MP3 Download)
Best track of the year! Pure feel-good vibes.....


What Happened To The World (Street Album) [Explicit]
What Happened To The World (Street Album) [Explicit]
Price: £14.49

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 11 Mar. 2015
Exemplary. A master-class; RIP The J.A.


Dmt Sessions
Dmt Sessions
Price: £8.25

5.0 out of 5 stars Simply the Album of the Year!!!, 7 Dec. 2011
This review is from: Dmt Sessions (Audio CD)
Esham; the most creative, uncompromising and visionary artist in rap music is back and successfuly redefines and updates his style once again.
This album is heavily influenced by dubstep and seamlessly blends the dirty baselines, off-beat drum tracks and samples of that genre into Esham's own brand of twisted, wicked Hip-Hop.
Esham never lets us down.....here's hoping for a new NATAS album.

Peace.


Those Whom The Gods Detest
Those Whom The Gods Detest
Price: £8.13

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Completely Disagree.....Nile's best album!, 2 Nov. 2009
I completely disagree with the previous reviewer, I too have been a follower and a fan of Nile for quite sometime ( Since Black Seeds of Vengeance)and can honestly say that I think this could be their best release yet!
I have had this (rather shamefully) since it leaked online a while ago and I have listened to it relentlessly since then. I was initially quite skeptical as I was rather let down by the last album 'Ithyphalic' which had a horrible production and a lack of memorable songs. I was one of the growing legion who seemed to think that Nile had ran out of steam, bands like Origin were coming along with the brilliant 'Antithesis'and pushing the envelope and it seemed Nile were to be left behind.
So it was with astonishment that my ears greeted this new rejuvenated Nile, more taut and tight, better songs and a palpable sense of hunger and urgency.
The first thing I noticed was the vast improvement in production, this is perfect, crisp and epic with every instrument audible and finding its appropriate place in the mix. Secondly, the songs! These are some of the best tracks Nile have ever conceived; the opening riff on 'Kafir!' is a total blast, so intricate but so pummeling. The same can be said of 'Utterances of the crawling dead' which almost reminds me of the groove of Gojira. Its not all 100mph though, there are also moments of loping Doom or Sludge to be found in here and pleasingly loose and ponderous passages of various instrumentation.
I disagree too with the constant assertion that the Egyptian theme is merely a gimmick, it has now penetrated deeply into the fibre of the band and is a seamless part of their sound and atmosphere...though they are of course a Death Metal band, they are always evocative of the ancient and the Eastern. They are also completely unique and instantly recognisable, never more so than on this album with the gleaming production allowing this to shine.
High points are pointless, this album is brilliance and the best Nile have made since ITDS!!!
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All Shall Fall (Ltd. Digi)
All Shall Fall (Ltd. Digi)
Price: £12.67

1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Immortal return to refresh my ailing ears, 5 Oct. 2009
This is a brilliant comeback record. As previously mentioned, it is a slight return to the Immortal of old, although with a crystal clear production it is still an undeniably modern sounding record. Abbath is on top form throughout, delivering possibly his best vocal performance yet, though the tracks are much more song based rather than riff based, so the guitars form a different and less overt part of the sound this time round. The all important icy ambiance of yore is still present and the music is still as evocative of frostbitten landscapes and ancient war as it has ever been before.


Antithesis
Antithesis
Price: £11.51

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply Mind-blowing!!!!, 9 Aug. 2009
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This review is from: Antithesis (Audio CD)
I completely agree with the previous reviewer....this is the best DM album to be released in as long as I can remember; as far as tech-death is concerned I hold the opinion that it is unsurpassed, even by such bench-mark albums as Cryptopsy's None so Vile and even Suffocation's Pierced from Within!!
The reason for this is simple and quite sad really(that you cant often say it about more bands in this genre) Origin have taken this over-saturated style of extreme music and twisted it into something quite definitive, distinctive and memorable. The songs on display here are well crafted and mind bogglingly technical, yet they never descend into mere fret-board wankery. High points are difficult to pick due to the stratospheric standard throughout. Highly recommended


Fury & Flames
Fury & Flames
Price: £6.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars DM Album of the year!, 30 May 2008
This review is from: Fury & Flames (Audio CD)
Seriously underrated.....A record so heavy, yet so rich in atmosphere and more impressively, emotion. Also a technical tour-de-force- this record is not easy to get into but I find it very rewarding if given the time and attention it deserves.


Dark Days, Bright Nights
Dark Days, Bright Nights
Price: £8.18

5.0 out of 5 stars the best and most underated mc on the planet, 16 May 2008
what more do i need to say than that...ignore the amazon review, Bubba's mic skills, voice and delivery are all exceptional-his flow and the lyrics are the highlight of this album for me- Big Boi of Outkast backs this up by calling Sparxxx 'one of the elite mc's of the South.'


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