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Bloody Radio

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhymesayers Entertainment
  • ASIN: 5557504508
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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By Exxxxx on December 13, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I was a little suprised to see this @ the number 2 spot in best hip hop albums of 2007 here on Amazon. Not because I don't agree, but because this album seems relatively slept on (for example this is only the 5th review and it's been out for how many months?). I'm not going to go into too much detail, but this album is solid from start to finish, and it's a lot stronger than their previous record Deadlivers. Aesop Rock makes an appearance for the hook on The Office which also features a pretty strong verse from labelmate Slug, & that joint was the song that grabbed my attention when I initially listened to Bloody Radio from start to finish. I've had this since the day it came out and I still listen to most of it at least every other day or so, there's only 2 songs that never grew on me, Scarecrow, and the joint featuring Cage. The strongest tracks in my opinion are Is It ME? featuring production from Sapient from the Sandpeople crew (check for this kid, his beats are no joke) & the final cut Heaven is Still Coming. The rest of the album is fire too, but those are the joints I've personally kept on repeat. My favorite album of 2007, next to None Shall Pass, and I'll Sleep When You're Dead. If you liked those you'll probably be feeling this one as well.
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Those of you who've followed OD, this album blends the classic dark OD feel with slightly more mainstream-friendly lyrics that (on a few tracks) provide insight into Onry and JFK's past and what they feel their place in hip-hop is today; all while maintaining the theme of creating "twisted" variations on common mainstream genres and styles currently found on the radio. Bottom line, sick album that'll undoubtedly be reinforced by their live performances during the upcoming tour. This one has the potential to blow up....
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I'm sort of puzzled at the couple somewhat unfavorable reviews I've seen for this album... I hope that they don't represent the majority of critic's opinions because imo this is hands-down one of the best hip hop albums to come out this year. I love this group and they've out-done themselves with this record, the production in particular really shines. I wish groups like this got more recognition because 50 Cent can %^&* my $%^&.
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Originality is key. Switching the style completely from "Deadlivers", Grayskul have changed their rap style and beats to make another inventive and original loose concept album. A must have for anyone who can't stand the radio, listen to "Bloody Radio". I'm with the guy above, why are critics always giving bad reviews to Grayskul?
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