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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Gee Street
  • ASIN: B00008FJSH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #432,769 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The beats are creepy,funky and very creative.
Alex Goldberg
Any fan of true hip-hop needs this album in their collection.
Crisis
This is one of the best RAP albums of all time.
Matt

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54 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Kevin G. Pitchford on May 7, 2004
Format: Audio CD
1994....Dark Humor
The Early 90's were a really hard time to be a teenager,
Everybody was trying to be hard. Gangs were hip.
The first world trade bombing. School violence.
I was in 11th Grade, And The Gravediggaz spoke to me.
The frustration I felt in life. They spoke of how silly
suicide can be, and talk about nightmares and hallucinations.
Things that many a people go through, but rarely heard about in music.
Flawed,Yes They were all flawed individuals, But that was there
beauty.They spoke from there heart.Yes it is dark and bleak,
but those are very true human emotions. Grym reap was a homeless man before music gave him
another chance..
Many rappers today speak of popping shots and toting glocks.
with no mention of why they are angry and why they are mad.
the Gravedgiggaz didn't treat the listner like an 8 year old
they made great use of the English language.
Poetry.........This is an album i will play for the rest of my life, It speaks of the suffering and haunted mind that horrific events can give some of us.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By qnzgrimiest on May 30, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album is a classic, very very dark production in this album,this album has very dark humor but its mad funny,this album is known for the singles 1-800 Suicide(they had mad remixes to that song),Nowhere to Run, Diary Of A Madman (this was Killah Priest's first appearance not B.I.B.L.E.) and i think thats it.my favorite tracks are Defective Trip (Trippin'),2 Cups Of Blood, Blood Brothers (my favorite track on the album,plus the beat is hot),Diary Of A Madman (another one of my favorites hot ass beat,plus the video for this song is bananas),Mommy, What's A Gravedigga?,Bang Your Head,Here Come The Gravediggaz, and Graveyard Chamber, this album here is a classic, this came out in 1994,when horrorcore was big and there was a dispute with Gravediggaz Vs Flatlinerz that they were the originators of Horrorcore but in fact the original originator of horrorcore is none other than Esham, but he doesn't call it horrorcore he calls it acid rap.This album is recommended for people who like dark production and dark humor,horrorcore,wu tang, hopefully this review was helpful, p.s this album was originally named N*ggamortis but had to be named 6 Feet Deep becasue it's self explanatory, plus in N*ggamortis there was a hot hot song called Pass The Shovel, but when they renamed it to 6 feet deep it didn't make the album don't know why but oh well, hopefully once again found this review helpful. peace.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chandler on March 2, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The fact that there are two awesome producers on this album, Prince Paul and RZA alone makes this album very interesting. Along with Frukwan and Too Poetic, they came out in '94 under the name Gravediggaz with the debut "6 Feet Deep" (or "Niggamortis"). A horricore rap album that was very appealing. To make things even more intersting, everyone changed their name as well.

There is not much to say here about this album. The production is well innovative by RZA or Rzarector who does more rapping than producing, and Prince Paul or Thee Undertaker who does the opposite. As for the rhymes, they are excellent too. "Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide" is one that has excellent beats and rhymes to fit it's concept. Too Poetic or Grymreaper is good and entertaining on "Defective Trip (Trippin')".

Guests are on this album as well. Scientific Shabazz and Killah Priest appear on two tracks "Graveyard Chamber" and "Diary Of A Madman". Masta Ace appears on "Here Comes The Gravediggaz". And others known like MC Search and Biz Markie do some of the background vocals on "Defective Trip". And KRS-One does thoese vocals to "1-800-Suicide".

As for anything bad. I believe "Bang Your Head" and the title track "6 Feet Deep" didn't appeal to me. The latter song was because the chorus came in spelling out the group's name over and over again. Other than that this is one excellent project. It kind of sucks that innovative albums like this don't come out anymore. It's albums like "6 Feet Deep" that made rap so fun to listen to. It's sad that Gravediggaz probably won't be making no more albums, due to the death of Too Poetic after he passed away from colon cancer back in 2001.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Torrey T. on January 9, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I am not giving this album 5 stars because it doesn't fit into my ideas of a perfect rap album and it doesn't break alot of boundaries. That said, this album is perfect at something, being evil. The Gravediggaz have a formula: lay a dirty drum track, add a distorted, sloppy, hooky instrumental melody(in some cases there are nuances, but....) and spit some sick evil lyrics over it. I mean they aren't getting explicitly descriptive, not all the time anyway, but they are saying horrible things. Tipper Gore would have a field day with the Gravediggaz especially a song like 1-800-SUICIDE, as a matter of fact, I think any parent who hears this album will begin to worry about their kids. Prince Paul's production is up to his usual high standards and the tracks are inspired... again. RZA spits his signature drunken style(only slightly less so than ODB) raps. Getting back to the formula thing, the formula rarely falters. And they have a wonderful sense of humor about the whole thing, and even if they didn't, thier lyrics are so dark it doesn't matter. The Gravediggaz is the music the chick from the exorcist would listen to. This album is EXTRA dark, their second CD is not as dark and features more production from WU camp members. This is a great album to listen to; I highly recommend it. A footnote: there was a time in the Mid-90's when some were predicting horrorcore would be "the next big thing", the Gravediggaz were the reason why.
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