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2007 release, the 11th album from the rapper. ' When it comes to this Rap game, I'm untouchable', says a confident Scarface when asked about his new album. 'I'm a made man in this shit. That's why I called it Made. I grew up in a time when artists were making complete albums. Public Enemy put out complete albums, Boogie Down Productions put out complete albums, Eric B. & Rakim put out whole albums. Back then you could buy a Rap record and just let it play. You didn't have to worry about skipping a track or two or three because they were whack. The whole album was jamming. Nowadays a rapper gets one or two radio hits and throws an album together. What I try to do when I go into the studio is make complete albums.' The album is produced by Mike Dean, NO Joe, John Bido, Tone Capone, Knottz, Mr. Lee, Enigma and Scarface.


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 4, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Asylum Records
  • ASIN: B000VKL7CY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,481 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Highsmith on December 7, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I was introduced to Scarface when my cousin had the tape of Grip It! On That Other Level. I was impressed with how Scarface, Bushwick Bill & Willie D created a soundtrack of how things were going down in their part of town. My favorte tracks were "Gangster Of Love", "Mind Of A Lunatic" and "Scarface". The next CD that I would hear Scarface on was We Can't Be Stopped. The CD got mainstream attention with their classic hit "Mind Playing Tricks On Me". Bushwick went wild on "Chuckie" and Scarface had 2 solo tracks that got my attention with "Gotta Let Your ____ Hang" and "Another N_____ In The Morgue". The title track was nice as well. When I learned that Scarface had a solo project out, I was eager to go to Sam Goody's to purchase the cassette. Mr. Scarface Is Back was released in 1991 and was in heavy rotation for a long time. "Mr. Scarface" was the sequel to the classic "Scarface" and I also enjoyed "Money And The Power", "Body Snatchers", "Good Girl Gone Bad" and "A Minute To Pray & A Second To Die". The World Is Yours was released in 1993 and the 1st single "Let Me Roll" was a favorite of mine for a long time. I also liked "Lettin' Em Know", "The Wall", DMG's "You Don't Hear Me Doe" and the 2nd single from this CD, "Now I Feel Ya". ...Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kurupt VINE VOICE on December 3, 2007
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Scarface take us back to the fifth ward and also returns to rap a lot on his latest release MADE. Made is the usual formula that has made scarface a classic artist. 10 solid songs accompanied by an intro and outro. Scarface is the best when he is telling a gritty story in his rhymes, expressing his love for his religion, and just some downright gangster lyrics. Along with some solid beats this album is a winner. Scarface has been around since 86' so his consistency in making music is amazing. This album gets big support from me and is highly recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Thomas on December 11, 2007
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This is by far one of the coldest Scarface albums ever. The greatest rapper alive is finally back. I'm old school and I grew up listening to Scarface aka Facemob. I've been starving for real rap as much of what's been coming out lately is straight garbage. Face has been gone too long and our ears have been dying out here. But now he's back and everything is right with the world. Keep dropping cold a$$ albums Face and we will keep buying them. Go cop this one people...it is the gospel...especially the track, "Who Do You Believe In."
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Elliott A. Crockett on December 4, 2007
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First of all let me say that this review is comin from a real hip-hop head. Anyone who is real about music knows that Scarface is one of the greatest MC's ever to grace the mic. Although he may not be what some see as a great rapper because he is from the south he has done it bigger than almost any other southern rapper outside of Outkast and a few others of course. His lyrics are always real and relevant. If I can say anything about him he has been nothing but consistent for years.

His last two albums (My balls and my word, My homies 2) although decent didnt really seem to be inspired. On this new album its back to the old Mr. Scarfcan that any respected hip-hop head can appreciate. The lyrics on the album are on point and the production value is also good. I personally feel that this is his best album since the fix. i think that anybody who really appreciates deep stories in music will love this cd. FACE MOB
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Welles on December 11, 2007
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After what seemed like a long hiatus Scarface returns with a solo effort that shows why he has lasted so long in the rap world.

A living legend already, MADE is a wake up call for anyone who has forgotten one of Houston's great rap icons. The lead single "Girl You Know" is your average rap song about relationships, but Brad Jordan's insights on a relationship that just is not working make for good listening even if you have heard it a few times before on the radio. The rest of the album is nine good solid tracks, with other stand outs being Burn, Boy Meets Girl, The Suicide Note and a personal favorite Git Out My Face.

The only flaw of the album is the fact that it is so short but the quality of the ten tracks still elevate it to the 4 stars range, especially if you are already a Scarface fan. But if you manage to snag one of the Best Buy versions with the 3 bonus tracks, this already great album jumps up to 5 stars. Either way, you won't be missing out picking up MADE, in a year with a number of standout albums, shows why Mr. Scarface is a veteran in the fickle rap world still.
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By T. Kane on January 4, 2008
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Another great classic from an ever consistent lyricist. It's a relief to hear Scarface provide a complete album, without the presence of so many feature MCs throughout. Not that that has been a bad thing on his past work, it's just refreshing to see Mr. Jordan stay consistently strong. Sometimes, one may wonder how an artist can call his work a true solo piece, when it's flooded with other featured artists. With this album, there is no doubt that Scarface always holds his own. Some of the newer artists (and veterans) should take notice of this blueprint.

My only negative comment is the album appears to be a little short. However, given the true quality throughout the entire album, you can see that time was spent on each song, and delivered with excellence. Keep in mind, this comment could also come due to the whole album flowing so well also. The arrangement is also layed out where there is no skipping tracks for me.

Some defininant favorites of mine include "Never", "who Do You Believe In", "Girl You Know", and even "Git Out My Face". Unlike the earlier comment on this song(Git out my face), I kindly disagree. The production is well executed with a touch of orchestra, and has a catchy hook. Lyrically on this song, it's a bit of a break from the darker subject matter of course. However, I think that's what helps make this a complete album, the creativity. On "Suicide Note" our great storyteller brings us almost directly at the scene here, and one can't help to feel a bit moved by the realness. Much expected though from enjoying Scarface's style for the last 20 years.

For true fans of classic hip hop, this album will not disappoint. For this day in age, a true solo piece of work like this is much needed. Definantly will stay in the player for a while.
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