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  • Audio CD (November 16, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhymesayers
  • ASIN: B00069MPVW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #360,145 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Beef Rapp
2. Hoe Cakes
3. Potholderz
4. One Beer
5. Deep Fried Frenz
6. Poo-Putt Platter
7. Fillet-O-Rapper
8. Gumbo
9. Fig Leaf Bi-Carbonate
10. Kon Karne
11. Guinnesses
12. Kon Queso
13. Rapp Snitch Knishes
14. Vomitspit
15. Kookies

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Doom (aka Zev Love X, Viktor Vaughn, King Geedorah, etc.) has so many alter egos, it's a task just to keep track of his prolific catalog. The shared threads that run through all of his work are his bugged-out lyricism and his eclectic, inspired production motifs. Whether cartoon soundtracks or '80s soul singles or moody jazz melodies, Doom embraces any and all sounds with equal affection. Despite the presence of guests like Count Bass D ("Potholderz"), Madlib ("One Beer"), and the Molemen's PNS ("Kon Queso"), Doom is still the mastermind. This culinary-inspired outing is a loopy food-crazed journey through 15 tracks best described by the last song--"Kookies." It's tempting to call Doom an acquired taste, but for the deep underground heads who treat his rhymes like ciphers to decode, he's anything but. His approach to music-making, seemingly (but hardly) random, packs so much dazzling style and unpredictable flair that the 50th listen can be as enthralling as the first. --Oliver Wang

Customer Reviews

MF Doom is a true talent.
Brian Lafleur
Everything from flow to lyrics to beats to samples to production, it's a lyrical masterpiece.
Larry Johnson
I bought the CD I was glad I got it and thought I should have bought it sooner.
Richard Eicholtz

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By C. Thomas on September 28, 2007
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Even though MM..Food was a re-release, it's still the undisputed greatest album of 2007. What'd you say? What about Kanye's Graduation? Here you have two rapper/producers who's technique is somewhat similar, so naturally I gotta give it up to the more raw of the two, and that my friend is MM..Food (change the letters around, it spells MF..DOOM, lol)

DOOM maintains the same comic book themed skits and comes with samples the average listener has probably never thought of making a beat made out of. Looped the intro of Anita Baker's 'Sweet Love' with a human beatbox behind it and of course another loop from my favorite Sade track 'Is It a Crime'. See if you can indentify the rest cuz he really dug through his LP's for this one. Not to mention he's @ his lyrical peak on every track and rarely falls short with the wordplay.

Yall might think I'm big'n up this album too much, nope, it's that good. Especially after being drowned in fraud mainstream dopeboys who throw tracks together just for a damn paycheck. This is about as potent as raw hip hop can get. MM..Food For Thought, make yourself a plate.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Scott D. Gribble on August 12, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The return of MF Doom may not be much of a "return" if you've been up to date with his projects as alter egos (Victor Vaughn, King Greedoh, Madvillian), but at its base "MM..Food" IS the return of an album completely controlled by Doom: lyrics AND beats (check the Exec. Producer notes... MF is in charge). To bootleggers this album might be a disappointment, because several tracks were already "released" (aka jacked) on the Internet. However for the faithful, "MM..Food" comes as a refreshing meal of MF Doom material.

The Food concept album hits hard right away with "Beef Rapp", featuring a cartoon supervillain esq. sample (I love the line that reviewer Black Gate pointed out first "Are you rhymers or stripping males?/ Outta work jerks since they shut down Chippendales."). But, things get really hot with "Hoe Cakes" which has MF Doom at his best, playing off the beat with its "Super!" sample that weaves in and out (). This all over-top an ill beat-box and this track will have you skipping back for repeat listens. It takes some time to get used to, but the awkward beat "Potholderz" works pretty well with as sample that is simply "Hot S**t!!" Count Bass D is ok, but you can't front too much cause he produced the track. Doom however works quite well on here ("A lot of n***az wish to die/ Need to hold they horses, There's bigger fish to fry/ Your on the list, If not hit the number spot/ Ten and a half Timbs is made to kick your bumbaclot"). "One Beer" is a reunion of sorts, in that it pairs the rhymes of MF with Madlib's production, but its sound makes it hard to compare it to a Madvillian track (unless you count the fact that the duo are again flawless together).
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By old_school_hiphop73 on March 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'm not going to write a long review because it's allready been done. What I like about Doom is that he has stayed true to hip-hop and knows that it is truly all about the music. So many other rappers and mc's (especially on the major labels) hide weak commercialised beats and lack of lyrical ability behind music videos full of SUV's on rims and video hoes, instead of tightening up their game. Doom (KMD)is from an era of hip-hop where everyone no matter east coast or west coast put their best foot forward when making material, and he still puts his best foot forward to this day in his current music which is still a necessity in underground rap today (unlike the mainstream material). I hope he continues and keeps up the good work.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Black Gate on January 23, 2005
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One of the most slept on producer/mc's in the game!!! The "MCs sound like cheerleaders" line is hilarious but true! But none better than the line in Beef Raps "are you rhymers or stripping males? outta work jerks since they shut douwn chippendales!"this guys says what I'm thinking when I watch rap videos!!!How is he the only guy in Hip Hop that could blend jj fad and anita baker...and make it dope?!?This guy never ceases to amaze me on the boards. He is also one of the only people that can sample an obscure part of a Sade song and make a whole track from it.This guy is a throwback to the day that you had to be original to be considered dope. Doom sums it up best when he says 'few can do it and even fewer can sell it.'Classic DOOM.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. WATSON on July 25, 2007
Format: Audio CD
MF DOOM is an MC/producer genius. MF DOOM's flowetry blended with his great beats makes for a truly unforgettable journey with the super villain. The entire set of tracks does not disappoint and even the guest MC appearances are worth noting. The album's context deals with food entirely and MF tears up the mic making clever comparisons eclectically to food. If you are an MF DOOM fan, definitely obtain a copy of this album. Plus, the re-released version of the album comes with a bonus DVD of the Mm...Food tour. This CD is a bit more refined than other MF DOOM/other alias releases; the album is on par with the DangerDoom release which is also a modern classic.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By eternal now on July 27, 2006
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Madvillian was my first entry into DOOM's flows and Madlibs mad tight, raw beats. Not since the Wu-tang had I heard raw flow and beats like this! Amazing! I was immediatly hooked to the wacky and savvy lyrics and the equally amazing beats that accompanied them. My brother gave me MMM..Food as a gift and I was excited when I saw the art cover. I knew this would be an awesome release and would get mad play in my cd player for a long time to come. The beats on Mmm...food are all comprised by the Metal Fingaz himself, and they are rife with odd and qirky samples and have the raw underground feeling of classic DOOM material. Dooms flows are on point, tight and savvy as always. Doom is one of the tightest emcees in the biz, one of the masters. Some say his flow is under developed and rushed. I think his flow is just the way it should be. Monotoned and all, Doom is a master on the mike. Every song is named after a food, and its a really neat concept for an album. Funny names appear, such as "Rap Snitch Knishes", and "Fillet-o-rapper". I personally believe that Mmm..food is his best album that he produced and wrote. Its a must buy for hip hop heads, DOOM fans and alternative hip hop heads alike.
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