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I guess the album could really be summed up in one word, "Sloppy" because he never really establishes a message in any of his songs. It seems like all he did was go through a rhyming dictionary of all the insults he could think of and wrote it down. He still does a good job in presentation, however, as his flow is undoubtedly good, but it is nothing you can never really sing along with. These songs really just seem like they were rejected by Del in previous albums and he just decided to throw them all in this one.
You really can't say that this album is "bad" though, on the contrary, it is still above average. It really just depends where you set the bar, though. Many people are 1 star-ing this album mainly because Del has been quite successful over the years, and he really dropped the ball on this go around. Honestly what I'm getting at is this: if you have never heard of Del, then go to some of his other albums. Go on now. Move along, then. Nothing to see here.Read more ›
That being said, this album has some tight cuts on it. The entire second half of the cd is amazing. His collabs with Khaos Unique and Lagybug Mecca are lyrically impeccable, and the production is totally solid. You can't mess with lines like these:
"I just come to bring you pleasure with funk, thats my forte, while others be sorbet"
"I spit some of this wickedness wisdom from, Oakland Cali, y'all slow pokes like broken athletes."
So is this Del's best album? Hell no! Personally I think his best album is Both Sides of the Brain (although he is amazing on everything he does with heiro). Still, this album is fantastic, minus a few throw away tracks. Worry not Del fans, he's still got the magic.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worst Del album ever!!!
Sounds like they recorded the whole thing in somebody's basement!!! Doesn't even hardly sound like Del do your self a favor and skip this one.
Just bought it LOVE it...drop the pretentious bs and just sit back, bob your head, and enjoy it...Great hip-hop is so rare these days, and Del is GREAT.Published on April 17, 2009 by Matthew M. Stone
ive been a huge del fan for 10 years or so, hes probably my favorite MC but this album is just not good. Read morePublished on March 18, 2009 by Michael Corcoran
Lets just say i just picked this one off the shelf at my job. Looked like a real hip hop joint to me when it caught my eye. I gave it a shot and bought it. Read morePublished on September 21, 2008 by Elvis Nieves Jr.
After reading a good majority of the reviews of this album (including most of these user reviews here), I was pleasantly surprised when I gave Eleventh Hour my first listen. Read morePublished on June 7, 2008 by Timothy H. Peyton
man, i got Amplive's Rainydayz and Del's song on that is better than anything on his own release! the production on 11th is annoying at best and his lyrics are regurgitated from... Read morePublished on May 1, 2008 by B. R.
Del is shifting gears in terms of his lyrical ability, and challenging himself in many ways that are not immediately visible until you hear this album at least 3-5 times. Read morePublished on April 30, 2008 by Jason Harrington
I was pretty disappointed with this CD. 3030 was phenominial, Both Sides of the Brain had some really dope songs, No Need for Alarm was a classic, but this is very slow cd with not... Read morePublished on April 18, 2008 by Erik W. Yingling
This is a solid album from start to finish. Better than most stuff you hear on the radio nowdays. If you want the best Del, pick up both sides of the brain or deltron 3030. Read morePublished on March 24, 2008 by Matthew E. Shubart