Deliverance

September 16, 2003 | Format: MP3

$7.99
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  • Total Length: 1:01:46
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  • ASIN: B000VROCPQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,267 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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One of the best ALBUMS of the year.
Derek Hill
At first I figured the single, Deliverance was a good enough reason to buy the cd but now that I've listened to the whole thing, it was more than worth it.
"japitaliarolla"
While that album was good, I think that Bubba was just working out what his 'sound' was going to be.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jamall Hill on February 29, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Bubba sparxxx is a very unique rapper. Yes he's white. However, he is ten times better than the other commercial trash you hear today. He isn't a commercial sell-out, however, due to his previous clubbish joints with timbo, the Underground didn't really feel him. The verdict? Read on...
1. Intro
2. Jimmy Mathis (5/5) Nice production, great storytelling
3. Comin' Round (4.5/5) Street narratives with excellent beats
4. She Tried (5/5) Worthwhile, introspective love song.
5. Deliverance (5/5) Underground feeling, with catchy hook
6. Nowhere (6/5) My personal favourite, with great vocals and lyrics.
7. Warrant (interlude)
8. Warrant (5/5) Bubba mixes well with the Dungeon family. Nice snare-driven beat.
9. Take a Load Off (3.5/5) Nice lyrics, but no breakthrough production.
10. My Tone (4/5) Some filler lines, but some other great ones.
11. New South (4/5) I forget the lyrics, so it's getting a four for now.
12. Hootnanny f/ Justin Timberlake (3/5) Bubba makes this song fogivable. JT, GET OUTTA HERE!
13. Overcome (4/5)- Tight track, but breakthrough material fails.
14. Like it or Not (2/5) Album falls off. Clubbish and commercial pop/rap material.
15. Back in the Mudd (4/5) Return to introspection. Unfitting production loses points.
16. We Da Sh*t (4/5) a fitting braggadiocio track.
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This album is very likely to be a slept on hit. Bubba offers a plate of southern goodness with some depressing, introspective and intelligent songs, and a few up-tempo bangers backed up by Timbaland's excellent production.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By WindyCityburb on August 12, 2005
Format: Audio CD
First off, Im from a chicago suburb so thats how good this cd is for me to give it this star rating. The rap around here compared to souther rap is like comparing apples and oranges. Im not that much of a fan for southern rap but bubba sparxx on deliverance exceeded all expectations. I havn't heard his first cd expect for ugly which I didnt really like to begin with. My friend picked up this cd and I was skeptical at first but this cd is so smooth and fresh it was probaly the the best cd I heard all year. This cd had everyting, good drinknig songs, good anthem songs, and good personal laid back chill songs. you can defineataly play the whole cd without skipping a song. My fav songs r jimmy mathis, comn round, nowhere, warrant and deliverance. This cd has no bad songs to skip through no joke. about 3 are ok but no bad ones. Bubba gives his all on this cd from his awesome party anthems to his deep, personal childhood songs, I dont know how his nxt cd can top this 1, his career best no doubt, pick up this cd no matter where you live.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JKbmore on September 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Its sad to see that THIS white rapper just can't make it to the financial status of other pathetic rappers such as Lil' Jon, Master P, all those No Limit morons.......

What deliverance offers is an incredibly produced album by Timbaland(one of the greatest producers in the business)and a unique style that has never been heard before, unlike the repetitious beats that you hear from some of those terribly overrated rappers out there these days.................. I'm not from the south, but this album is fantastic! I hated Bubba Sparxxx albums before this one came out, i couldnt stand his music, but then i heard this album, and i was fascinated at how different it was compared to everyone else,,,, he is what the rap industry needs, a pioneer to take the industry to a new level, to "1 up" the next guy........ i think he did this, but however its sad that most Rap fans will never get a chance to listen to this great album.................. its a sad thing
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By gavin redmond on August 5, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is the album that the potential he showed on the first album promised. Whereas on his debut, sometimes Bubba's delivered was abit lacklustre in places, he defiantly glides across every track with the ease+confidence of a seasoned mc. His laid back rhyme style sounds absolutely sublime over Timbaland's funky soundscapes. With Timbaland handling virtually all the production bar 2 or 3 tracks,(courtesy of Organised Noize) the album bumps along brilliantly from start to finish. From the head nodding "jimmy mathis", "comin' round", "take a load off", "like it or not" and "disappear" to the mellow soulful tracks like "she tried", "nowhere" and "hootnanny" to the anthemic "deliverence" its an absolute triumph. The real gems here are Bubba's honest+sparkling flow and Timbaland's best work for ages both on show. Just awesome!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jokes on March 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Bubba Sparxx??? C'mon all...You guys remember Timbaland's boy, Bubba...No???...Ugly?...Whatever guys, forget what you thought you knew about Bubba Sparxxx. He reinvents himself on his sophmore album, "Delieverance", a BRILLIANTLY produced nu breed of bluegrass rap. Yeah guys...BLUEGRASS...Bubba Shows his lyrical and boasting skills on songs like "Jimmy Mathis" and "Overcome", and his softer side on the somber "She tried" and "Nowhere". But it is not Bubba that is the true star of the album. It is producers Timbaland and Organized Noize (outkast, other dungeon family stuff...) that are the geniouses at work here. The sample Timbo uses on "Comin Round"(an old white dude singin bluegrass) seems to be impossible to make fly...But guys...this is Timbaland...He turns the bizarre sample into one of the most interesting beats of the new millenium. While sometimes Bubba is outshined by his producers, he also shows his unique lyrical capabilities in one of 2003's best releases.
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