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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 21, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Record Collection
  • ASIN: B000E6GBUI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,128 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Murs is a famous rapper. A prominent figure in the hip-hop community for over a decade with his group, Living Legends, Murs has also released three solo projects and recorded albums with Slug of Atmosphere and 9th Wonder (Little Brother). This is his latest solo offering, an inspiring and action-packed release continuing the successful collaboration with longtime friend and famed producer 9th Wonder. Record Collection. 2006.

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If you listen to this CD for a while, it will grow on you.
W. Turesky
9th provides all of the production here, and he does a great job as usual.
Ludacris88
Overall the album was great, but its like I said nothing close to 3:16.
Ethik

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ludacris88 on April 30, 2006
Format: Audio CD
First of all, if you're expecting another 'Murs 3:16' going into this album, you WILL be dissapointed. 'Murray's Revenge' is another dope release from one of my favorite producers, 9th Wonder, and one of the best MCs in the game, Murs...but it's no 3:16.

9th provides all of the production here, and he does a great job as usual. But, some of the beats are lacking the punch he had on Murs 3:16. I mean, he provides some great musical highlights on the album ('Murs Day', 'Silly Girl', 'Yesterday, Today', 'D.S.W.G.', etc...), but I can't help but feel he could have done a better job on some of the production here. As we've all come to expect from 9th, all of the beats are sample driven, and there are definately some dope samples here. But 9th flipped some extrordinary samples on 3:16, and the fact that we KNOW he can flip samples like that makes the beats here seem a bit lacking.

9th might have been a bit lazier this time around, but Murs still comes strong on the mic. Murs is always someone you can count on for interesting subject matter, and great execution with it. As with 3:16, he has his surplus of songs about women on this album ('Silly Girl', 'Love And Appreciate', 'D.S.W.G.'), and they generally come out very well. The rest of the songs are all about various subjects, and Murs executes well on each one of them. He also comes with his usual flow, which I really enjoy. If you're a fan of Murs, or even a fan of good MC's, you'll definately like the lyrical aspect of this album.

Really the only negatives with this album is that 9th slacked a bit on the production end, it's worse than 3:16 (regression isn't a good thing), and it's too short (32 minutes...but 3:16 was 35 minutes, so you can see this isn't a big issue).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Marv_Loves_Music on March 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
10 songs. None of them are whack.

Solid. I have no other agenda than to recognize this album for what it is. Unlike some of the previous hate/crotchriding reviews that have been posted. Though, I must say, I REALLY enjoy murs as an emcee on all of his albums. I personally feel that 9th Wonder is a bit overrated but the beats on this album were certainly strong. Murs is his same ol' self. He's got that whole 'average guy' steez goin' for him and it works. My favorite tracks are the Murs Day intro, Murray's Law, Silly Girl, Barbershop, Yesterday & Today, Dreamchaser, L.A., Love & Appreciate, D.S.W.G., and Murray's Revenge. Do you get the point? THEY'RE ALL SOLID. I feel the album is short due to 9th's somewhat repetitive production but it's just the right length considering that factor. Worth the money.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Calvin. C on March 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Not as good as it could/should be.

i don't even have to say it no more cuz other reviews already

stated what i wated to say.

it's a good album, but a huge disappointment compared to

Murs 3:16 9th edition.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Topher on April 7, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I've been waiting for this cd to drop for months now after reading that Murs and 9th Wonder were going to make part II due to the success of 3:16.

As usual, Murs does his thing here. Lyrically I've never been disappointed with Murs, and I own 4 of his cd's. This one is no exception...

Silly girl is a hysterical track about girls who play games. More specifically it is about girls who make hard to get seem more like mission impossible, before eventually breaking down. Dreamchaser is the highlight of the cd. Murs spits two verses about how growing up these days is a lot different than it used to be, and 9th kills the beat. LA is a great track that breaks down Los Angeles. DSWG is a very positive track about girls who struggle with their identity, and Murray's revenge is worth mentioning as well.

I have to say that overall I was a little disappointed with this cd though. Don't get me wrong it is worthy of 4 stars, but I was hoping for the classic cd this duo is capable of creating. The main problem with this cd, as previously mentioned, is the production. 9th laces Dreamchaser and DSWG, but a lot of the beats on this cd are repetitive and a little bit boring.

I like this cd, but it should have been better.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Norfeest VINE VOICE on March 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Like most people, I heard Murs and 9th were dropping another album and I circled the release date on my calender. After an excellent release back in 2004, I expected this album to be just as good or better. 3:16 The 9th Edition was one of the best releases of 2004, but I can't say that Murray's Revenge is going to be one of the best '06 releases. There are some strong cuts though. Tracks like "Dreamchasers", "Love & Appreciate", "Yesterday", and "Dark Skinned White Girls" are definitely tight. The good songs have mellow, neck jerking beats all supplied by the 9th Wonder of the world. There are only 10 tracks, so most of the album is solid.

There are a few things wrong with this album. If you have enough Justus League albums, then you know every now and then 9th will produce a boring cut or two. The beats here don't shift gears and they become sort of boring after a while. There's nothing (production wise or lyrically) on the level of "Walk Like A Man" or "And This Is For..." (well, "Dark Skinned White Girls" is probably on that level) from the 3:16 album. Also, "L.A." falls under skip material for this listener. To top it all off, I'm still on my Joe Scudda boycott, so I was less than pleased to see his name on the album. Dude is garbage and he totally ruins "Sillygirl" (which is a good song otherwise). Hell, Big Pooh is weak too, but at least he's tolerable on "Barbershop" (despite his ad-libbing and corny jokes at the end of the song). Thank goodness Murs only has two guest spots on the album.

If you're expecting something on the level of Murs 3:16 then you're in for a bit of a letdown, but when graded on its own, Murray's Revenge is still a solid album.
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