Operation: Doomsday [Deluxe Edition]
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Top Customer Reviews
first seen and heard on the video/single for third bass's "gas face", daniel dumile ,aka zev luv x formed kmd (kausin' much damage) back in the early 90's. kmd has some hits like "mr. hood" and was poised to step into the conscious niche then inhabited by tribe called quest and brand nubian. then the trouble - elektra freaked about his "sambo" cover art for the next release "bl_ck b_st_rds", a fight ensued with kmd dropped from the label. 2 days later, zev's twin brother was killed in a car accident.
emerging from that wreckage as mf doom, the super villian, this amazing body of work, operation: doomsday is created. joints such as "?" and "i hear voices" are intelligent standouts. there is a animated video that is dope for the "voices" cut as well.
definately support this record - it possitive, important, fun, bangin' and might just maybe, reclaim hip-hop from the disease of wackness - big ups to sub verse music for recognizing this.
But make sure you do get a copy. this album is pure dope. I actually prefer dooms beats on this album to a lot of the other dangermouse/madlib beats. they definately have their own style anyway.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this is the second time I've purchased this album. I had it on cd but lost it somehow. Essential album for any hip-hop fan.Published 6 months ago by Alphonso Starling Jr.
Best lyrical skill and wordplay with innovative, imaginative rhymes. A mix of street and fantasy. Great voice and sense of humor.Published 14 months ago by William Tucker
If you'er new to MF DOOM this is a great place to start because it's the beginning! It's also great hip-hop in general. However, DOOM is for everyone's tastes in hip-hop.Published 23 months ago by Rocky
DOOM.. instantly a classic album. If you like originality & have an appreciation for quality true hip hop, lyrics & rhyme skills... DOOM!Published on February 4, 2014 by Gun
Solid album, Years ahead of it's time! This album is a throwback to when artists actually created works that didn't depend on trends. Read morePublished on September 16, 2013 by Caleb Louard