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In the Line of Fire


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Fatal ~ In The Line Of Fire

Review

Fatal sprays venomous lyrics over a strange brew of West Coast gangster funk and bass-heavy, Eastside-flavored tracks. A flurry of gunfire leads into the potent, banging cut "M.O.B." featuring guest verbals from Freddy Foxx. -- Vibe

1. Intro
2. M.O.B
3. Everyday
4. Friday
5. I Know The Rules
6. Outlaws
7. Time's Wastin'
8. What's Your Life Worth?
9. Getto Star
10. Take Your Time
11. The World Is Changing

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 31, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relativity
  • ASIN: B0000064SJ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,783 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Customer Reviews

A must have for Outlaw fans.
G$
If half of them hadn't been ... shot then we'd be talking about them ... This is a MUST HAVE for anyone who knows (or wants to know) what good [stuff] is.
Mike
Every song is pretty much about life itself. from beginning to end this album is great, even though it has just 11 tracks.
scott

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Justin on May 1, 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I HAD A SONG IN MY HEAD FOR MONTHS. HAD THE BEAT, THE FIRST LYRIC, AN IDEA OF HOW THE CHORUS SOUNDED...THATS IT....I WAS OBSESSED WITH FINING IT. I WENT THROUGH MY CASSETTE TAPES OF UNDERGROUND HIP HOP FROM 1998 AND FOUND IT! GHETTO STAR FEAT TAME ONE!!!!!!!!!!

YEAH YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!
I'M GONNA CHECK OUT THE REST OF THIS. SOME CATS SAID THEY DON'T LIKE THE BEATS - MINIMALIST - I LOVE THAT!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Fatal_fan on August 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is hot! The lyrics on this album are definatly razor sharp and u wont be disappointed with the lyrical part.The only bad thing i see in this cd is some of the songs i just didnt like(only like 2).But i got to say i liked a major majority of the cd even though its only 11 songs long. The quality of the tracks are good and make up for the shortness of the cd.If u are a Outlawz fan u better scoop this cd as soon as possible and then u will realize how talented Fatal really is. Hes got to be the best out of all the Outlawz no doubt even though some come close to Fatals skill they cant compare.Fatal hussein has what is takes to go big he just aint got the hype thats all these other weak radio rappers got and if he had some bomb beats he would undoubtly be seen as one of the best rappers today.Songs like M.O.B., Friday,Times wastin, and Whats ya life worth definatly show Fatal's lyrical skill and make this album worth buying.Don't buy this cd if u are looking for tupac or any of the other outlawz cuz it aint got much of them on it, matter of fact none of tupac. If ur lookin for a hot rappers whos been around for a while and a dam good cd,then purchase this album
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G$ on November 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Despite not being on a huge label and featuring none of his Outlawz buddies, Hussein Fatal delivers a solid and impressive debut. Not as "hard" as I thought it was going to be, it still is very good and impressive. Feature Mac Mall, Mercilless X, ONS, Antoinette Roberson (although most go unlisted) and perhaps a few more. Only has 11 songs with no real weak point, one can easily listen through from start to finish with no need to skip any songs. There is 1 classic, 2 near classics, and 2 are just ok songs. The production is a little different then what I thought it would be, but he adapts well to make it work. Rob Reef Tewlow, Delite, and Steve Pitts all do 2 songs, and Courtney Burgess, Quim, Femi, Baby Paul, D'Anthony Johnson each do 1. A must have for Outlaw fans.

#1 - 9 (has a minute 40 second intro before he raps)
#2 - 10 (Classic)(f/...)
#3 - 8
#4 - 7.5 (f/..)
#5 - 9 (uses MC REn's "If It Ain't Ruff" beat of NWA's "Straight Outta Compton" album)
#6 - 8 (f/ ONS...)
#7 - 9.5
#8 - 7.5
#9 - 8 (f/...)
#10 - 8.5
#11 - 7.5

b. -- Bruce Washington ---- New Jersey
OUTLAWZ!!!!!
check all my reviews
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Crazy Jim on November 9, 2003
Format: Audio CD
As the stand-out member of Tupac Shakur's "Outlawz", Hussein Fatal seemed destined for big things but following his mentor's death and his subsequent departure from the group, Fatal found himself in career limbo. On his solo debut off of Relativey, Fatal was hoping to establish himself as a major contendor in the rap game and do it all by his lonely. Unfortunately, he fell a few steps short. While die-hard Outlaw fans enjoyed it, this album did not quite live up to many people's expectations and the dismal sales figures didn't help matters either. While cuts such as "Friday", "Everyday", and "Take Your Time" made for decent music, they just didn't provide incentive enough to keep this one in the CD player on a regular basis. The same Fatal who blazed the mic on tracks like "Made N--gaz" and "When We Ride" just doesn't seem to make the same impression without his infamous cohorts behind him. This isn't to say that Fatal doesn't have what it takes as a solo act but let's just say, he didn't quite find his niche on this one. If you love the Outlawz, you're gonna want to add it to your collection but anyone else may want to hold off on dropping some dollars on this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 30, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Big Syke's album :be yo self was tight....but Fatals album is the tightest outlawz album i heard so far....but jus recently i pick up Gonzoe's new album...one of the outlawz newest outlawz along with L.S. who's representin o.b.b., he's from the east coast. Even though Fatal dont got no outlawz appearing on his joint..its still hella tyte..an he give up much love to them throughout the entire album. The beats are heavy, an nice, an his lyrics are hella tyte..if you down with the outlawz, pick this joint up!!! Pick up Gonzoe : if i live and nothing happens too, its got tha outlawz, regime members, its hella tyte!! OUTLAW IMMORTALZ 4 life
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Larry David on August 18, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Had to buy it on CD after listening to it on youtube.

This album showcases the raw passion of Fatal during the 90's after Pac's death.

Stay up to date on his new music also... his album "THE INTERVIEW" holds its own and features bangers such as SLEEPING WITH ANGELS and NAT TURNER.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MC MOE on July 24, 2000
Format: Audio CD
WE ALL KNOW THAT THE OUTLAWZ, LEAD BY PAC CAN KICK IT WITH THE BEST BUT HOW DO THEY DO ON THEIR OWN? FATAL IS BY KNOW MEANS THE BEST OUTLAW OR THE BEST RAPPER IN THE WORLD BUT HE HAS SKILLS. RANKED IN MY OPPINION BEHIND PAC KADAFI AND NAPOLEAN FATAL IS STILL ONE OF THE BEST RAPPERS AROUND. THE OUTLAWZ ARE THE BEST RAP GROUP IN RECENT HISTORY,SIGNED TO DEATHROW THEY WILL SOON BE RELEASING AN ALBUM WITH PAC FEATURING ON THE CD. I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO IT AND IF THIS CD FROM 1998 IS ANYTHING TO GO BY IT SHOULD BE A GOOD ALBUM I WOULD BUY THIS ALBUM IF YOU LIKE THE OUTLAWZ STYLE OR YOU HAVE BEEN INPRESSED BY HUSSEIN HIMSELF. THROUGOUT THE WORLD OF RAP THIS ALBUM HAS RECEIVED LITTLE RECOGNISITION BUT I STILL THINK IT IT A VERY GOOD ALBUM AND SHOWS WHAT RAP IS ABOUT. THE TRACKS THAT STAND OUT WITH ME ARE EVERYDAY AND M.O.B. EVERYDAY HAS TO BE THE BEST TRACK ON THE ALBUM, IT IS A TRUIBUTE TO THE LATE TUPAC SHAKUR, IT IS A VREY GOOD RAP CONBINED WITH A FAT BEAT. BUY THIS ALBUM.
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