- Audio CD (April 29, 2003)
- Parental Advisory ed. edition
- Original Release Date: April 29, 2003
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Explicit Lyrics
- Label: Sony Legacy
- Run Time: 62 minutes
- ASIN: B00008SH83
- Average Customer Review: 33 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #189,146 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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on September 22, 2012
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
the title says it all attenchun because if you have a system with a good sub thats exactly what your gonna get some attention the reason i bought this because the song never scared is loaded with bass and sounds great on my alpine swr 12d2 but thats about the only good song on the whole cd but since it was only 3.00 dollars and i get a whole lot of boom i really can't complain
on December 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD
As Atlanta, Georgia plays a prominent role in the future of Hip-hop / rap, this city introduces yet another big artist. Bone Crusher's debut, Attenchun!, can be described in one word loud. What was supposed to be the introduction, "Lock & Load" opened the crushing and harmonizing talents of Bone Crusher. Both versions of "Never Scared" appeared on this release that grasp your attention by the artist and the featured artists. The energized track and title chant "Back Up" featuring Dru is a tension releaser for the clubs. As one of the highlights of this album with one of six crisp produced tracks by Avery Johnson, "Grippin' The Grain" featuring Lady Ice & Marcus, giving descriptions of riding and cranking up the sound system. "Grippin' The Grain" is definately single material with vivid lyrical delivery that would have been perfect for a video. Taking it to the streets grindin' or "Puttin' In Work" featuring David Banner & Lady Ice with a huster's motto of getting money. "...ain't nothing better than that dollar, but one more..." overshadows the constant crunk chants on "Gettin' It (Get Dat Money)" featuring Jack Frost followed perfectly by "It's Me (Lane To Lane)" featuring Lil' Jon & Chyna Whyte as he proclaims himself as the "...worldwide version of this s*** called crunk..." "For The Streets" displays the versatility of Bone Crusher as the flow nearly mimics Jah Rule, but it is extremely too short. Giving hononable mention to positivity and upliftment of Black America, "Hate Ourselves" featuring Goodie Mob is everything the LP's concept portrays. Memorable is the calm flows of each emcee / rapper, but the chorus "...Why we hate ourselves so? / please, let me know / Why we hate ourselves so? / I guess that's how it goes..." speaks multitudes. On to a pimping stride with complimenting musical arrangement to the tone of the hook "Peaches & Cream" addresses interaction with women. Being released on So So Def, one would believe Jermaine Dupri would lend production assistance, but he remained in the background only to appear in "Never Scared (Intro)". Missing isn't the charisma, but substance and singles better yet hits. Well worth time and Attenchun!
on August 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I'll never forget several years ago when at an awards show (I believe it was the Source Awards) rap group Outkast was greeted by lukewarm applause and some booing in NYC while receiving a rap music award. The far-too-often-slept-on Andre 3000, ended his short impromptu acceptance speech by saying, "the South has something to say!" True indeed, the South does have something to say, some people (i.e. Outkast) just have more to say than others. A couple of years have passed since then and the doors of commercial success are now wide open for the next generation of Southern rappers such as Bone Crusher, Lil' Jon & the East Side Boyz, and David Banner. One of the more recent personas to pass through these doors, though he may have trouble fitting, is the Dirty South's own Bone Crusher. If you ever listen to the radio or have gone to a club recently and you still don't know who Bone Crusher is, he is the artist responsible for the ode to black-on-black violence also known as "(I Ain't) Never Scared". This "Never Scared" and engaging personality shines through on Bone Crusher's debut album, AttenCHUN!, too bad it's all so fake. Listening to this album it's apparent that their are a number of things that Bone Crusher is scared of, including putting any real thought, energy, or effort into his rhyme writing or song concepts; holding down a song by himself; directing some of his violent and negative energy at the things that make "his hood" so bad; or making any kind of break from the pimp-player-gangsta-trick mentality being so heavily promoted in commercial rap. It seems that most of the songs on AttenCHUN! are just highly unsuccessful attempts to recapture the success of the album's lead single. AttenCHUN! is filled call and response hooks that end up sounding plain-old tired and make the album sound rushed. Not to mention I think this album may have shattered Eddie Griffith's record for use of the N-word. There are even a few songs where it seems Bone Crusher can't even think of anything, so on one song he finishes his verse by repeating the same expletive 8-9 times in a row. There are a couple of songs that are decent on the LP or at least bearable, such as "Ghetto Song", "Hate Ourselves", and "Grippin' The Grain" which I suspect will be the next single release but overall AttenCHUN! doesn't deserve a download, much less a purchase. It's a shame that with all the starving artist, with something to say and something artistic to offer, dying for a chance in the just the South alone that what we get forced upon us is rappers who come up with song choruses that say "let me tell what Real Ni@@as do / if you ain't hustlin' or grindin' ni@@a f*** you", and then put out albums that reflects this same mentality mixed with what sounds like 50-Cent philosophy ("Get Rich or Die Trying" or is it "get dead or get rich trying"?). Deep down, I think even Bone Crusher knows their is something seriously wrong with the content of his album as he even makes an effort to blunt some of the negativity with a song at the end of the album, "Hate Ourselves (featuring Goodie Mob)". Unfortunately for Bone Crusher, you just can't address the self-hatred, pathology, and violence espoused in almost every bar of the album with one song and you can't hide lazy and unimaginative music behind bounce beats and yelling.
Most recent customer reviews
I see I am the first to give this album a review so here it goes. This album came out in 2003 at the beginning of the New South Movement as I called it at that time.Read more
If you want a CD as crunk as it gets this one is for you. Bone Crusher is not only a good rapper he can also sing in an unforgettible strong, deep and dirty voice like no other.Read more
this is the best on only cd he will ever make. the second didnt do so well. But Attentun is the best of its time.
Many of the reviewers for this CD said that Bone Crusher has no talent, and he just yells. Correct me if I'm wrong, but a lot of rappers yell, so why is he singled out?Read more
You dumb cracks who diss this CD clearly have no taste in music. This CD was simply awesome, it gets your blood pumpin-love it!Read more
Bone Crusher is a huge rap artist and I mean huge as in very fat.He had a song last year called Neva Scared then he appeared
on some other peoples stuff but he really does...Read more
on some other peoples stuff but he really does...Read more
What is this garbage rap crap is comin out with....Thiz bone flusher tries too hard to be hardcore just by yelling....he wishes he can be lil jon....Read more
did you get the double meaning of the title of my review???well,did you???ANSWER ME!!!! anyway enough of the nonsense,down to business.this is an ok album i suppose.Read more
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