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While California-based hardcore pioneers (hed) p.e. have enjoyed successful albums, and even registered a Top 30 Modern Rock single, they are now embraced as one of the top underground acts on the independent scene.
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  • Audio CD (June 30, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Jive
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000054T
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (204 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,309 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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God, every song on it is good.
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Anyways I strongly suggest this cd so buy buy buy!!
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One of the greatest albums I've ever heard.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Alla Koholick on September 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is (hed) p.e. before they were technically "metal." This is more like hardcore punk, although some songs are pretty heavy. The hip-hop here is much more 'street' and 'real' than on Broke, with better flow and delivery, and the funky basslines are great. The closing song here is a much better ending than "The Meadow" on Broke, with its bongos and reggae beats, and there aren't any fillers like "Pac Bell." What really is awesome here are the lyrics. Songs like "Firsty" and "P.O.S" are hilarious because of the lyrics, and "IFO" is realistic in its view on visitors from outer space. Other themes are covered such as racism, and drug use. Beware though, this has real rap in it, so step lightly, because typical rap words are used, and M.C.U.D. spews swears like rain, even against a quiet backdrop! However, it's a great effort. Much better than Limp Bizkit, Kid Rock, or Papa Roach(who no longer 'rap'). I suggest getting this and Broke(not as good, but still tight), then Snot's Get Some, then Incubus' S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By sc_demandred on May 12, 2000
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This disc f'in rocks my world. Thanks to the Strangeland soundtrack, I felt the desire to check these guys out further... and I was not disappointed! (hed)pe brings forth the inevitable Limp Bizkit comparisons, and LB fares _Badly_ in this light. With good solid rapping, great lyrics and some booty-bouncing, hip-hop/metal riffing, (hed)pe emerge as the better band in terms of musical talent and lyric writing.
The album rocks from beginning to end. "POS" and "Ground" lead smoothly into "Serpent Boy", which is explosive and features some awesome transitions from hyper-rapped verses to mega-rock-riff choruses. "Tired of Sleep" features a more laid back groove laid down over eerily haunting high pitched guitar licks.
Other excellent tracks are "Schpamb", "Ken 2012", "33" and "Hill". "IFO" has fast become one of my favorite, featuring some of the most awesome lyrics I have ever heard. It sounds like the X-Files episode written by the staff of High Times!
All in all, this band can hold it's own against any of the new metal bands out there, Rage Against the Machine included. Rage owns, but so does (hed)pe. I think the future for these guys is blindingly bright, and I would highly recommend this record to people out there with open minds who don't blindly cling to allegiance with one band.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on July 8, 2000
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(hed) p.e. : Not your typical rapcore band. The music on here is quite a trip and has a thousand obvious influences. From the heavy (Schpamb, P.O.S.) to the laid back (T.O.S.) and to the just furious (Ground, Firsty) this cd has it ALL. MCUD is probably one of the best rappers out there, his lyrics flow smoothly and are definetly more daring and bold than, let's say Fred Durst. A lot of this cd is a grab bag of funk, metal, alt rock, rapcore, etc. It is really hard to pick a favorite song. If you like this band, try Snot, Crazy Town, Kottonmouth Kings and Cypress Hill.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By lorenzo on January 29, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This Cd is off the hook. Darky is one of the best songs ever written. When they drop the new bomb in 2000, pick it up.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David A. Boedicker on April 10, 2003
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When it came out it was so unique and just mind blowing. I still listen to it often. It is probably my most favorite cd of all. If I had to leave all but one behind, this would be the keeper. Although more recent releases from them have disappointed me tremendously. If only they would have stuck with whats on this cd and not break out into "new" direction. Hate to say it but its almost as if they are selling out to a more pop crowd now. I wish they'd stick with the hardcore G punk. This is a must own revolutionary to the industry cd.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amir Tajakin on March 10, 2000
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(hed)p.e. are such an amazing band. They have six members, and the energy generated by them is so incredible live and in the studio, its amazing that they are not as big as Korn or Limp Bizkit. MCUD's vocals are energized, but kind of stoned. It has that whole kind of warmth vibe to it. I can listen to this straight without changing tracks, but some songs are better than others. My personal favorites are Ken 2012, Serpent Boy, 33, and Tired of Sleep (T.O.S.)Tired of Sleep has such an amazing bass line to it, it really makes the song twice as good. DJ Product goes up on my favorite DJ list now, along with DJ Skribble, DJ Kilmore of Incubus, and DJ Greyboy. His scratches don't sound like they're being computerized, but that he is really a master on the turntables. The band would easily fit into the categories of Funk Metal, Rapcore, or Pimpcore. Bands I would recommend if you like this are Incubus, Snot (RIP Lynn and Dobbs- Snot Crew Forever), and also, try mixing a Sublime song with a Korn song on a tape or CD, it'll sound really cool. The only downside of (hed)p.e. is their record label. They are singed to Jive Records, the same label as Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, and *N Sync, the worst artists in the world. Anyway, enjoy the G-Punk.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Robert L. Thompson III on May 8, 2000
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When I think of rapcore the band that first comes to mind is (hed)pe, rather than say like Limp Bizkit. I've had this cd for nearly three years and it still never fails to amaze me. Featuring dark and angry music dominated by freaky guitar work, laid-back grooves and incredible scratching, this cd is a maelstrom of sounds. The vocals are presented in a hip-hop style accompanied by explosions of aggression. This band reminds me of Incubus for their talented musicianship and eclectic music, and Korn for their anger and aggressiveness. The only problem with the cd is that the song structures need to be a bit tighter and the drums and bass are kind of weak. Otherwise a great cd showcasing a band with unlimited potential who will blossom into something truly special. Fave tracks include "Serpent Boy", "P.O.S.", "Darky", "Circus", "Ken 2012", and "IFO". Other great rapcore bands to check out: Frontside, E-Town Concrete, Spine, Clown, Nonpoint, 51b Bag, and Engine No. 9. Also check out (hed)pe's upcoming new release.
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