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  • Audio CD (May 21, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Number 6
  • ASIN: B0000658HM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #286,555 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Godlike
2. Thatz What
3. Make Me Feel Better
4. Bloddy 'Em Up
5. When Will I See Your Face Again
6. How Could U
7. Get Mo Cheddar
8. Tell 'Em Something
9. They Know
10. My Eyes Don't Cry
11. Halatosis
12. Shady MF
13. It Ain't All About
14. U Can Get Kilt 4 This
15. N-A-T-A-S
16. B*tches I Want To F*ck
17. Tonight
18. Blackvote
19. When U Hit Ya Lowz
20. See Thru

Customer Reviews

If you are a fan of Natas or Esham, then get this for sure, coz Natas is the "hardest rap group to ever form".
Pete
This may also very well be NATAS very last album, and if it is, I think they certaintly went out and proved to everyone that they are the true pioneers of acid rap.
Ian Scottish
The beats, while somewhat creative as a whole, all sound the same and the songs and lyrics just get repeatitive.
SCN

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ian Scottish on February 8, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Just like in any other NATAS CD, "Godlike" redefines the music made by Esham, Mastamind, and TNT. Now, if you're a NATAS fan only for tha wicket acid rap type of stuff, this CD probably isn't for you since this is more of a hiphop/gangsta rap album. However, even though this may sound more like a mainstream album than what you would typically hear from NATAS, it is still packed with energy, especially from the vocals of TNT and Mastamind. The tracks that stand out most I'd say are "N-A-T-A-S", "Godlike", and "See Thru". This album even has a very good and cold D12 diss on the track "Shady MF". This album also has a lotta quotables, my favorite of which would be when Esham says "Taking it slow/owning tha flow/ain't been a rapper like me since 2Pac signed to Death Row", that was deffinatley a highlight line in my eyes. I would say that if you're a fan of NATAS, get this because it is deffinatley essential for the collection. This may also very well be NATAS very last album, and if it is, I think they certaintly went out and proved to everyone that they are the true pioneers of acid rap. Only thing dissapointing was that "Godlike" lacked the advertisment and distribution it truly deserved because it had the potential to have gone gold, but hey, what can you do? It's certaintly not the first time Esham and NATAS have been screwed out of the publicity that they deserve. Either way, if this does prove to be their last album they will go down as one of the most influencial groups in the history of underground hiphop.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By REKKER421 on June 15, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Another sick album full of that real ish!WHY would you even want to listen to some other Detroit rappers(ahem Dirty Dildos and feminem).Although some mainstream groupies may not have their heads straight(like ^ above)and may not be ready for the concepts and beats coming from NATAS.Once again another tight [...] album.......Im not the type of guy that sorts out albums by Tracks......Either its good or it [...stinks].This is GOOD.If you wasted your money on The newest fEminem then consider yourself a bandwagon biatch and go get some music that will set your levels straight-not something to bump looking for 14 year old girls(teeny bop rap ish).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "mentalkayse" on August 21, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I downloaded a couple of songs from Godlike and was disappointed. A few weeks later I picked up the CD on a whim and decided to give it a real chance. I was pleasantly surprised. Although I wouldn't rank this CD higher than WWW.Com or DOUBELIEVENGOD, It is, in my opinion, one of the better Natas albums. The low production value is indeed immenent throughout the album but with one listen you will notice the skills Esham and the rest of Natas have aquired. I love the beats, the lyrics, but some of Eshams verses seemed... forced, I think. Since the release of WWW.com Natas has been trying for a more mainstream sound and although they sound like nothing on the radio today, they do have the lyrical content and skills to make it mainstream. Never been one to listen to mainstream rap, I was surprised at how easily I took to Godlike. The style change is a great leap but it's not the big disappointment many people claim. Give the album a chance, you will be glad you did.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
It may not be their best work but it is hardly the big disappointment everyone has put it out to be. TNT really shines lyrically on the album. His best verse is on "Get mo Chedda". Mastamind and Esham aren't all that bad either. The only down point to the album is it's low budget. Still give this one another chance. It may be an average Natas cd but in my opinion even an average Natas cd deserves at least 5 stars.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SCN on February 16, 2003
Format: Audio CD
What could have been a potentially great album got tied up in record label B.S. (with Gothom Overcore going bankrupt) and essentially, just kinda got pushed out there because it was promised. It just seems like they mailed the album in without putting any real heart or effort into it. The beats, while somewhat creative as a whole, all sound the same and the songs and lyrics just get repeatitive. It's just sorta boring. Natas is a very talented group and the talent shows regardless, but in comparison to anything they've put out before, it just comes across as half-hearted and rushed.
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Sure, it aint Natas' best album, infact probably their worst release to date, but that's only because 4 of their 5 releases prior to this are 4 of raps greatest albums EVER, all CLASSICS. This album is still a solid album. Beats any commercial crap you'll hear on the radio. Most of the songs range from very good to excellent. Best are Godlike, Bloody 'Em Up, N-A-T-A-S, Get Mo Cheddar, Shady MF, and Make Me Feel Better. If you are a fan of Natas or Esham, then get this for sure, coz Natas is the "hardest rap group to ever form". Hopefully there will be one more Natas album, because there is talk of it possibly after Esham's next album, "A-1 Yola" is released.
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