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From his days as an aspiring rapper from Mt. Clemens, Michigan, he has assumed many aliases and virtually clawed his way into the Underground Hip Hop Scene with merely a dream to accompany his skills and love for rap.
After a brief encounter with members of Twiztid in the early 1990's an immediate friendship was born which would later lead to Blaze working for Twiztid's then Record ... Read more in Amazon's Blaze Ya Dead Homie Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 16, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Psychopathic Records/Fontana
  • ASIN: B00005Y7DU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,825 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Eulogy
2. Grave Ain't No Place
3. Casket
4. Juggalo Anthem
5. Nasty
6. Str8 Outta Detroit
7. Maggot Face
8. Here I Am
9. Hood Ratz
10. Hatchet Luv
11. Saturday Afternoon
12. Given Half The Chance
13. U Can't Hurt Me Now
14. Thug 4 Life
15. Hatchet Execution

Customer Reviews

He even does a good job storytelling on a few tracks.
Justin Linker (Ninja In Action)
From what I'm told this CD is great... I've never heard of Blase before or even heard any of their stuff but from what I hear they are great.
John Juggaho
This is one of the best things to ever come out of Psychopathic.
Grip

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin Linker (Ninja In Action) on January 31, 2009
Format: Audio CD
In 2001 gangsta rapper Blaze Ya Dead Homie returned with his second album and first LP on Psychopathic Records. And just like his debut self-titled EP, this continues the mix of horrorcore, hardcore gangsta rap and proves why Blaze is one of the most consistant members of the Psychopathic Records family.

Blaze Ya Dead Homie's rhymes here contain basically the same subject matter as his EP, gangsta rap with a mix of horrorcore. His flow, delivery and wordplay has improved since the EP as well. He even does a good job storytelling on a few tracks. But there's really not much to say about his raps, they're still gritty as ever.

The production on the other hand is WAY different than on his EP. The beats still have the gangsta vibes, but they're done in a different way. Mike P from the rock group Zug Izland produced the majority of the songs in which he gives some of them a hard hitting rock edge with the loud electric guitars and the heavy drums, which is something we didn't see on his EP. Overall I say Mike P did a great job with it. Other producers on this album are the legendary Mike E. Clark who drops in for a few tracks, and also Systasyrosis Soundsquad (Twiztid & Fritz The Cat) produce a handful of tracks. They all did their thing very well.

Here's my individual track-by-track ratings:

01. The Eulogy (ft. Jumpsteady) (N/A)
02. Grave Ain't No Place (ft. Anybody Killa & Monoxide Child) (A)
03. Casket (A+)
04. Juggalo Anthem (ft. Jamie Madrox) (A+)
05. Nasty (C+)
06. Str8 Outta Detroit (ft. Anybody Killa & Violent J) (A+) (favorite)
07. Maggot Face (A-)
08. Here I Am (ft. Twiztid) (A-)
09. Hood Ratz (ft. Anybody Killa) (A+)
10. Hatchet Luv (A+)
11. Saturday Afternoon (B)
12. Given Half The Chance (ft.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "losdawg" on October 21, 2003
Format: Audio CD
When I first heard Blaze's EP it had me wanting more and anticipating his full length. And Blaze didn't come short on his full length. Track after track it's packed with Psychopathic gangsta rhymes & phenomenal production. Only how Psychopathic can bring it. If you're a Juggalo you shouldn't even hesitate to pick this CD up. Twiztid, Insane Clown Posse, Anybody Killa all make thier mark on this album aswell. SOLID album! One of my favorites from the Psychopathic catalog. Next up... Colton Grundy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Uzi Suicide on September 7, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This CD is one of the best to come out of psychopathics ever

because it has meaning, heart, soul, and it brings the wicked like no other. The dead man is the true dead killa, no otha wicked hoe like him and if you read this review, I strongly advise you, stay true to what I'm sayin, bump this noise and drink yo faygo and kick it til the end wit ya JUGGALOS!

KEEP IT REAL... REAL WICKED NINJA
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Format: Audio CD
Man I love this album. Great beats, good bass, dope lyrics, and now it's out of print! Fear not it will be rereleased within the year. Despite the fact that blaze has Jaime Madrox write his lyrics thats no gd reason to hate. This is one of the best things to ever come out of Psychopathic. Be sure to listen to the hidden skit at the end of the cd.
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By alex green on March 19, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great cd I needed it to complete my collection. Would recommend to friends or a couple of Family members. Blaze is the Psychopathic Gangster Juggalo!!
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A Kid's Review on June 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
after blaze released his first album i didnt think much of him,then he realeased one less g in tha hood...i been down with tha clown since i was 12 and im 21 years old blazes raps in this cd are out of this world the beats are awesome the best song on here by far is juggalo anthem if you a juggalo pick this $hit up today
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By Abbott Hayes on December 16, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is my favorite non-icp Psychopathic album of all time. Every single song off of this album just left me in pure amazement. The music changes so much. Each song has its own style. I highly reccommend everybody who has never heard Blaze to pick this cd up before buying the slightly disappointing Colton Grundy.
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