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Anghellic

February 11, 2003

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: February 11, 2003
  • Release Date: February 11, 2003
  • Label: MSC Music
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  • Total Length: 1:17:11
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  • ASIN: B001EVJMSA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,671 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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I enthusiastically recommend this cd to fans of hip hop.
Joseph Johnson
If u want something that will change your life buy TECH N9NE, u will never need to hear anything else.
Jason Schilling
....This is one of the most bangin albums I have ever heard, its defenately the best i heard in 2001.
Tony_Digital

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Miller on November 17, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Tech N9ne is the greatest rapper alive. Bottom line. For those of you that only like mainstream rap, you may want to broaden your horizons. You're not going to hear any songs about getting krunk in the club, unnecessarily bustin' caps at n*ggaz, or how sweet Tech's rims are. What you will hear are songs about real life issues, such as abortion ("Real Killer"), marriage ("This Ring"), and Tech's misunderstood image ("Devil Boy"). He mixes controversial material with a dark horror theme and it works great. Tech N9ne can flow better than ANY rapper out there today... think Twista with better lyrics and a more wicked sound. In my opinion, even the supposed greatest rappers of all time (e.g. 2 Pac, Biggie, Dre, etc.) don't come close to matching Tech's skills. I'd like to see Pac or Dre try to rap as fast as Tech, while putting on one of the most energetic live shows in the industry today... wouldn't happen! I'm not hating on those guys, but I think Tech outshines more than 99% of the rappers out there (dead or alive), both lyrically and performance wise. Plus, Big Krizz Kaliko is like the underground Nate Dogg, Kutt is tight, and most of Tech's beats are sick too, so he certainly isn't lacking in the support department.

As far as the album goes, "Anghellic" definitely has a more underground and serious feel to it than his follow-up "Absolute Power". Both albums are great, but if I had to pick one "Anghellic" would be slightly superior. Here is a track-by-track breakdown for dat azz:

1. Devil Boy - (B+) - I like the fact that there is no "Intro" on the CD, which seems to be a prerequisite for releasing a rap album now-a-days. This song is a good opener... not one of my personal favorites, but it sets the tone well.

2. Hellevator - (Skit)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Duane Lee on September 4, 2001
Format: Audio CD
TechN9ne has obvioulsy been in the game for awhile. With this sophomore LP(correct me if I am wrong) he travels into your mind on all kinds of strange levels.
"Anghellic" doesn't really attack religion, but rather uses it as a strong symbolism. Most of the tracks deal with Tech's personal problems(i.e. Suicide Letters) and his struggles with being a father(i.e. Real Killer).
This album can be quite offensive to sensitive listeners(i.e. "I crack you open like the youngest male kennedy"). Basically, this album deals with the R-E-A-L. And when I say "The Real" I don't mean some fake gangsta' BS or some fake hardcore rapper image(although he blends both nicely). Tech deals with everyday issues that the average American inner city youth go through(i.e. abortion, suicide).
Perhaps the best thing about this album is that it contains something for everyone. If you want to hear about sex then just flip to track 13. If you want to hear about the evil that men do then just flip to track 20. Girl problems? Flip to track 6. It is an album well worth listening too. So go peep it. peace.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ty AKA STASIS on March 7, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Tech N9ne displays unbelievable talent and strength in his album "AngHellic". His hunger for fortune and fame has obviously pushed him to be the best he can be. His flows are incredible, his style is unique and original. He is very much aware of the direction that rap is heading and will stop at nothing to change it into what it was made to be in the first place, the competition of REAL talent. He has recently released another heavy-hittin' album labeled "Absolute Power" (which you should strongly consider purchasing also and includes a DVD and bonus tracks) and gives you, the fan, a chance to listen to his CD first before buying it!!! ... Please support Tech N9ne and buy one, or both, of his albums you will definatly not regret it, he will be BIG in the near future no doubt! These albums are only for the TRUE rap fans, if you like 2Pac or Bone Thugs N Harmony you will love Tech N9ne!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Peace Daddy VINE VOICE on October 14, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Tech N9ne is clearly a complex, versatile emcee, and deserves to be commended on that. You could even compare him to someone like Pharoah Monch, except even more twisted. With "Anghellic," he puts his wide array of skills to good use, executing a solid album concept very nicely. The album's highlights come on Psycho ...and This Ring, vivid tracks showcasing true mic skills, and solid production. On Cursed, Tech comes with a concept which is not new, but he executes it to perfection, making it another album highlight. Other solid tracks include the first single Its Alive, and God Complex.Although the album is laid-out very nicely, it does falter on a couple of occasions. Real Killer and PR 2K1 dont add anything fresh or exciting to the overall feel of the album. Other times, on tracks like Tormented, Tech sounds like he experimented a little too much for his own good, resulting in tracks that just sound sloppy. However, even on the album's weaker cuts, Tech displays his complex lyrical skills, which in some cases save a track from being complete trash. Overall, Anghellic's flaws can be overlooked, as this is an album which makes most of today's overplayed hip-hop look like garbage. If you're looking for a complex, diverse album by a talented emcee, Anghellic is it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By the_bg on February 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Tech N9ne is an anomoly. He is smart, talented, and insightful. His music has meaning behind it and he has the tremendous talent to deliver it. Quite frankly, Tech N9ne is the best "flowing" rapper I have ever heard.

And thats not the end. The cons that come with flowing rappers typically involve vocal weakness. I cant remember Twista or Krayzie Bone doing a hard track that is memorable - although thats not to say they arent talented. Point is, Tech is the best of both worlds.

Tech addresses topics most rappers wouldnt. "Real Killer" is an example, where Tech addresses his conflicted feelings in the past about an abortion. "This Ring" addresses marriage. "Cursed", woman problems. Most rappers stop at how they are rich or how they kill people or how they have a lot of women. Tech pushes these aside as trivial and moves deeper.

The CD is interestingly themed in that at the beginning of the CD, Tech is 'in hell' and as the CD progresses he gradually ascends into 'heaven'. Hence - 'Anghellic'.

This album was a memorable experience for me. It's depth and number of quality tracks will keep you involved long after you pop it into your CD player. I'll stop short of calling it the best ever only because it has competition with 2Pac and maybe Dr. Dre. See Tech live if you can.

NOTE: Anghellic was re-released in 2003 after Absolute Power was released. The newer version is called "Anghellic Reparation" and contains new tracks "Devil Boy", "Breathe" (love that one), and "FTI". I cant decide which version I prefer. They're both pretty solid. I think I would lean towards original release.
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