Skrill Talk [Explicit]

April 17, 2012 | Format: MP3

$8.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: April 17, 2012
  • Label: Wapikiya Records, LLC
  • Copyright: 2012 Wapikiya Records/Sandpeople Music
  • Total Length: 1:02:01
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B007TL5D4G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,385 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Buy this now, it is a no-brainer!
Adam R Sanders
Awaiting this album for a few years, It really grew on me, but the first listen I expected better.
Yep.
Production is great,and lyrics are even better.
Lynn Oliva

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By dj impetus on December 26, 2012
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I keep trying to love illmacs solo stuff. It's pretty good but he seems to get lost in the mix frequently. I could piece together tracks from rain check, police brutality, skrill Walton and this album and make a really good album. Oh well SANDPEOPLE.
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By Yep. on September 29, 2012
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Awaiting this album for a few years, It really grew on me, but the first listen I expected better. It seemed like a lot of the songs on the album were recorded at different times, with a whole different feel. I think illmac had some saved for the album that were a few years old, like "go study", the production on that song was good, but you can tell its outdated. I think he could have done better but that album is still in my cd player, and has been since april.
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By J. Richardson on June 25, 2012
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Illmaculate (of Sandpeople) released his long awaited album "Skrill Talk" back on April 17th. There is a reason why I am so late with this review. Back on the original release date it was only available for digital download, but I asked Illmac and he informed me that physical copies were in the works. Me being the type of person who prefers physical cds, I waited... impatiently. Two days before I saw they were available I was thinking of saying screw it and getting the digital version, luckily when I went to buy it I lost my train of thought and wound up not making the purchase.

I feel "From Here" does a very good job of setting the overall tone of the album. When I first gave the alum a spin I was kind of taken of guard because I expected such a different sound after I heard "Rapper of the Year" "Under Their Radar, Over Their Heads" and "Territorial" The album has a very laid back sound that's very different from any Sandpeople release so far, but it works.

A lot of people think battle rappers can't make good albums, but I think Illmac showed them just how wrong they are. Production is provided by quite a few people including Trox, G_Force, Sapient (of Sandpeople) & Chase Moore. I felt majority of it was done well, but there were a few songs where I felt the productions was a little weak compared to the other tracks on the album. The subject matter ranges on this album. He talks about Portland, his love for music, his coming up, and then you have the usually tracks with him boasting.

I felt the album had a nice selection of guests. J-Rome makes his way on four of the songs and Illmac's right hand man OnlyOne finds himself on five.
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Love his battles , loved GT, This was even better than GT...which I was skeptical about before it dropped, I wasn't as much a fan of the skill Walton Ep but absolutely loved the green tape. This album seemed to me is illmacs best work yet, the production is nuts, great job illmac
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By Adam R Sanders on April 23, 2012
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This is a really great album. Everything from the beats, Illmaculate himself, all of the features, are all perfectly done on this one. Buy this now, it is a no-brainer!
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This entire album has a lot of Swag.

Oregon is proud of Illmaculate right now.

Great listen all the way through.
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