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  • Audio CD (June 17, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Big Dada Records
  • ASIN: B00009MGOD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #282,103 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Fazers
2. Fastlane feat. Biolante
3. Krazy World feat. Gigan
4. The Final Hour feat. MF Doom
5. Monster Zero
6. Next Levels feat. Lil'Sci, ID 4 Winds & Stahhr
7. No Snakes Alive feat. Jet-Jaguar & Rodan
8. Anti-Matter feat. MF Doom & Mr Fantastik
9. Take Me To Your Leader
10. LockJaw feat. Trunks
11. I Wonder feat. Hassan Chop
12. One Smart Nigger
13. The Fine Print

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Creative and witty lyrics.
Large Pro
If you like, MF Doom's Doomsday, Monsta Island Czars, KMD or any other underground LP's that match it, you will love Take Me To Your Leader.
"nova950"
This is one of the dopest albums I ever heard.
MOPOPSHOP

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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By J. McQueen on June 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Okay, if you know MF Doom/Zev Love X/Viktor Vaughn already- then you know what to expect.
One should expect skits that come from old science fiction movie samples, in this case - old Godzilla movies. Also, some samples from animes.
Also, expect strange and grimey beats, which he creates himself.
Expect, Doom to rip the mic in a way that only Doom does. But not that much on this album - Doom mostly focuses on production instead of MCing
Finally, expect contributions from his fellow Monsta Island Czars.
(In my opinion, maybe too many guest MCs. I would have liked to hear more from the 3-headed monster on this one. Also, maybe too many skits.)
If you haven't caught any of Doom's other releases.
I think you probably should check out his other releases before this album.
I would recommend VIKTOR VAUGHN, then OPERATION DOOMSDAY (only available on vinyl until it's re-released), then this album.
Not to say that this is a bad album. But this maybe an album that is better for people who have heard his other stuff and are fans.
My favorite track has to be:
Track 8 - "Anti-Matter" with Mr. Fantastik
(I can't wait for the MF Doom/Mr. Fantastik album that is coming out.)(oh joy.)
Track 10 - "Lockjaw" with Trunks
Track 11 - "I Wonder" with Hassan Chop
Track 13 - "The Fine Print" (with the kick @ss beat box beat)
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Alan Pounds on September 27, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Metal Fingered Villain (aka Zev Love X, Viktor Vaughn, [born] Daniel Dumile) returns to the scene as King Geedorah with one of his greatest albums yet. Although Doom demolishes his peers on the two tracks he's featured on, this is more of a production feat for him. He spends most of the time behind the boards cleverly boasting samples from old Godzilla movies (among others), fused together with a enthralling production. The production has a lo-fi feel to it (since many of the samples are recorded straight from a VCR), but it certainly doesn't suck any life out of the songs. The production is often times inspiring, dark, creepy and uplifting. At first glance, I thought I wouldn't like this album that much because of the massive amount of guest rappers (which include Biolante, Gigan, Lil'Sci, ID 4 Winds & Stahhr, Jet-Jaguar & Rodan, Mr. Fantastik, Trunks, Hassan Chop), all of which I have never heard of. I was simply amazed at the unity of the album upon my first listen. And to my amazement, all the guest rappers are excellent, which isn't always the case with Doom releases. My favorites would include "Fastlane" featuring Biolante, "Krazy World" featuring Gigan, "The Final Hour" featuring MF Doom, "Monster Zero", "Anti-Matter" featuring MF Doom & Mr Fantastik, and "The Fine Print".

Clocking in at a tight 42 minutes, the album feels very complete, and completely stripped of filler. Anyone interested in hearing an alternate side of MF Doom (the production side) will find more than they were expecting. Definitely one of the best hip-hop records of 2003.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Exxxxx on March 26, 2004
Format: Audio CD
MF DOOM doesn't release wack material. This album is no exception. I couldn't agree more with that cat who wrote in his review something about the 1st 7 seven songs being some of the dopest beats ever made. Out of everything I've heard from DOOM, i'd have to say this is my favorite. I know this CD has been out for a minute but i got this about a week ago and it hasn't left my CD player since the day I got it. If your already familiar w/ the metal fingered villian and you don't have this yet, make sure its next on your list. If you haven't heard of him get this, Viktor Vaughn, Madvillian, f**k it, get anything you can find by Doom. You won't be dissapointed unless your idea of hip hop is Chingy, or Lil John or whatever else MTV tells you is cool.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By MVD on December 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Such creativity, craftiness is incorporated in Dooms product and what I like best is that he knows how to spit the illest flow about the most undesirable or derogatory situations without making them too graphic often in lyrics that have to be decoded, so they make you think. This is unfounded in most all commercial hip hop and rarely found on da underground scene, but Doom is definately the wordsmith who consistently challenges our brains and thought processes. Unfortunately, this joint was lifted from me so I will have to cop another before they are no longer available. It is definately an underground "classic".
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Marx on June 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
this album is excellent..doom is a genius...the production is phenominal (some can be found on his instrumental material)...the alter-ego monster persona is an exclusive doom concept, but many guests appear (ie-Monsta Island Czars).which provide for some emcee diversity.....this album is up there with Dr.Octagon...a true gem...thank you doom..damn this album is rockin'..
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chuck D 2.0 on May 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
King Geedorah aka MF DOOM's second album, Take Me To Your Leader, is not as good as Operation: Doomsday, but not far from it. DOOM's use of old '50 B-movies and samples makes this more of a concept album than Op: D. The first song, "Fazers", is a timeless classic, and may be the best DOOM verse at that point. "Fastlane", ft. Kurious Jorge, is a very good one as well. Kurious, or Biolante, as he's named here, rides the track not very well until the 1st "chorus" comes in, and from then on, fuggedaboutit...

The next track, "Krazy World", with Gigan, is pretty good but gets a little annoying...but I had no idea of the magnitude the next song would bring..."The Final Hour", only 49 sec., is CLASSIC ALL THE WAY THROUGH...they even slow the beat down like in "Tick, Tick..." from Op: D. Whoo.

The first skit, "Monster Zero", is good, but you probably won't feel like listening to it all the time. It's just cut samples from Godzilla movies. "Next Levels", with only ID 4 Winds, Lil Sci, and Stahhr (noticed that DOOM's only been on 2 songs at this point?) is very, very good indeed. After that, it's the timeless classic "No Snakes Alive", featuring MF DOOM, MF Grimm, and Rodan, from MF DOOM and MF Grimm's EP, but revised, and a little more rapping from DOOM. "Anti-Matter", featuring Mr. Fantastik, may not be the best song on here (still "Fazers" at this point), but it certainly is the best song featuring an MC. DOOM and Fantastik are SO good together, it's crazy!

The next track, ANOTHER skit, "Take Me To Your Leader", the title track, is very monotonous, and slow. Shouldn't have put this skit on here.

And here we are with "Lockjaw", the next classic after "Anti-Matter", with only Trunks rapping.
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