Absolute Power

September 24, 2002 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 24, 2002
  • Release Date: September 24, 2002
  • Label: MSC Music
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  • Total Length: 1:18:16
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  • ASIN: B001EVJLSG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,363 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Slither is one of the dopest tracks ever, and most of the cd is really good.
Gustavo Toledo
The sad truth is, it isn’t the artists who integrate lyrics with beats to make a quality song that make it in the music industry today.
Holden
Tech N9NE is an amazing artist, and hopefully he'll soon get more recognition.
Melissa Franzen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By the_bg on February 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
In the more watered-down present day rap environment of pop and screaming teenage white girls, here we have an artist with something to say and a fresh spin on how to say it. Why he isnt well known outside the midwest is beyond me, although I've gathered from some sources that his different image (ie red hair) scares some of the big players in the industry away.

If you're tired of CDs that use 40 of the possible 80 minutes or contain 10 skits and 10 tracks - then you'll find this a good buy. Tech fills roughly 78 minutes of the CD and has only a couple skits mixed in.

His beats range from furiously fast to quirky, which is a perfect mirror to his rapping style and lyrics. "Slacker" and "Slither" will provide some more mellow listening, "T9X" and "Industry is Punks" more of a powerful burst, and many others blending both elements.

The main theme of the CD revolves around his growing recognition and popularity since his last release - "Anghellic". It also contains a little bit of the "Why Arent I Famous" element - a good question.

Tech N9ne's big selling point is not just his lyrics, but his incredible flow. He is perhaps the best flowing rapper ever, and thats without losing any kind of vocal power (ie Krayzie Bone).

Filler Tracks? Nope. Tracks you'll repeatedly skip? Nope. This is a deep CD. Making it even deeper is Disc 2 - The DVD that comes with the CD. It contains music videos, extra tracks, concert footage, and other additional content. (If you ever have the chance to see Tech live - do it!)

Although Tech loses a bit of the emotion and meaning that came with Anghellic, he definately hasnt lost a bit of his style and originality. Buy this album now.

More info? Official site : [...]
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By caleb on December 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Tech N9ne is a breath of fresh air for fed up rap fans, such as myself. In an industry that's capitalized by over-used beats and weak lyrics, cough, 50 cent, cough, it's nice to hear someone with talent. His mood is dark and bleak, and his lyrics, speed, and flow are unmistakeable, and unparalelled. It's not fair that someone with this much talent isn't making the kind of money that mainstream rappers are, I guess he's too real and his lyrics are too raw for the American public. Underground artists such as Tech N9ne have more heart, because they rap for money, but more so for the love of rap. I apologize for interjecting my opinion into this review, but I think these guys need the recognition they deserve. Best songs are: Trapped in a Psychos Body, T9X, Worst Enemy, and Imma Tell(blisteringly fast rhymes), but all of the tracks on all of Tech's albums are good.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By geo on February 8, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This i think is up there with the best . tech n9ne is one of the best undrground rappers out theire. there are so many good songs on this cd this ishow i rate each song.

the industry is punks-big middle finger to mainstream rap and radio 5/5

here comes tecca nina-good song like beat and lyrics are pretty good 4/5

imma tell-great song maybe tech n9ne's best has sick beat 6/5

slackers-really good song beats cool lyrics are cool too 5/5

keep on keepin' on-good song slower than other tracks i like it 5/5

gunz will bust-crazy song love it up there with imma tell 6/5

bianca's and beatrice-ok songs a little diffrent but it nothing amazing 2/5

slither-another slower song don't like corus kind of lame 2/5

trapped in a psycho's body-pretty good 3/5

t9x-i know a lot of people that really like it but i think it's ok 4/5

she devil-cool song with d12 4/5

worst enemy-tells a story like it 5/5

absolute power-good song 4/5

yada, yada, yada- like it a lot diss to don won 5/5
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lil Beezy on December 17, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I will say two things: 1) Tech N9ne's slept on and 2) he shouldn't be. This dude is sick. I've grown up to his music and I've never heard a bad song. Absolute Power is his first "mainstream" CD. It isn't actually mainstream, but it sounds more like it than his old stuff (which I recommend also). Anyway, Tech spits better than a lot of rappers nowadays and I really think you should check him out. ONE.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By lonewolf on May 3, 2006
Format: Audio CD
tech n9ne is one of the best rappers around...and on this cd he proves it. he has such a good flow and very fast rapper and great beats. this cd is great from start to finish. best song has to be im a playa. thats the first song i knew of him and ever since then ive loved all his music. theres not one song by tech n9ne ive heard that i didnt like. he deserves more credit than he gets. support real rap and buy this cd. dont listen to that other crap. This is real rap!!! give it a try. you wont be disappointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ThaRealest0431 on October 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
After the critically acclaimed release, "Anghellic," Tech N9ne was looked at as a devil worshipper and a negative style rapper because of it. But instead of taking it to heart, Tech used it as motivation to release another certified banger with "Absolute Power." It was released in 2002 and includes the biggest hit of Tech's career with "I'm a Playa."

1. Intro - No Rating

2. The Industry Is Punks - 5/5

3. Here Comes Tecca Nina - 4/5

4. Imma Tell - 4.5/5

5. Slacker - 4.5/5

6. Keep On Keepin' On (Featuring Big Krizz Kaliko) - 4.5/5

7. Gunz Will Bust (Featuring Yung Gunz) - 4.5/5

8. Bianca's and Beatrice's - 3/5

9. Diamond Joe's (Interlude) - No Rating

10. Slither - 4.5/5

11. Disturbance (Interlude) - No Rating

12. Trapped in a Psycho's Body - 4.5/5

13. T9X - 4.5/5

14. She Devil (Featuring D-12) - 4.5/5

15. Worst Enemy - 4.5/5

16. Signing Off (Interlude) - No Rating

17. Absolute Power - 5/5

18. Yada, Yada, Yada - 4.5/5

19. Constantly Dirty - 4.5/5

20. I'm a Playa - 5/5

Overall:

71.5/80

5 Stars

Tech finally delivered that classic album we all knew he had in him! Every track minus one is hard as ever with Techs crazy flow and lyrics, plus the production is top notch and great to blast in your whip. A must have for any Tech N9ne fan or fan of hip hop in general.
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