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In Gods We Trust, Crush Microphones To Dust

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  • Audio CD (May 31, 2011)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: RBC RECORDS
  • ASIN: B004SHHJSC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #286,491 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This album in my opinion is a must have for anyone that enjoys listening to real hip-hop at its best. I have no problem giving this a 5/5 stars and actually after I got this album, I haven't really been listening to anything else unlike before when I had to change CDs constantly which isn't necessarily a terrible thing.

Lately, Royce da 5'9 claimed that there's been a vast decline in Canibus' rhyming ability compared to when he started however a lot of Canibus fans who purchased the C of tranquillity album totally disagreed with the statement. Canibus definitely proves again on this album that he is far from being over. Both Canibus and Keith Murray kept going hard throughout the entire album even though Canibus seemed to outshine Keith Murray on many of the songs same way he outshined a lot of great emcees he recorded with in the past. However, the only thing I dislike about this album is the very little attention it's getting because there is absolutely nothing negative I can say about the album itself which is why I believe it deserves a lot of credit. This is not the type of album you come by everyday, not even from some of the finest emcees you've ever listened to if I have to be honest. The lyrics on the album => insane, Flow => intense, Consistency => 5/5 star and if you're in a hunt for Hardcore hip hop albums, look here first.
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Wow this album has been out for a couple of days now & yet not one person has reviewed it yet so I guess I'll do this album the justice LOL! What can I say 2 great mcs here canibus & keith murray doing what they do best dropping ill lyrics over some dope beats (nobody can say bis didn't rap over good beats this time LOL)! Its obvious however that canibus outshines murray on most of the tracks but murray still does his thing & some guest on the album do their thing as well most notably tech 9, born sun, joe the butcher crooked I! Alot of good tracks here but the stand outs are Gotta be real, Undergods roll, Tetragramma gods, The guilty will pay, The princes of persia, secret weapons, 129, & Rock wit us! Get this album & pay homage to the undergods!
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Here you have it: 2 of raps all time great (as well as underappreciated, under-rated, under-hyped) lyricists ever together on the same album, hence the name they chose to go by: UnderGods. After maybe 2 years of talk about the album, it finally got to see the light of day and released for all ears to hear and it has all the elements and sound of something great, but that's not the case really. Though by no means would I say this as a bad album, but definitely is lesser than what I expected and what these 2 could do together. I'd still call it a pretty good 4 star album, but with the lyrical talent these 2 possess and the veteran status in the rap game they have, (I have 10 solo's and 1 other group album of Canibus' and 6 solo's and 1 group album of Mr. Murray's) 4.5- 5 stars is what should be expected, but let me repeat, the album is still pretty good. With 16 songs, 2 are near classics, 12 are good with a few of those being real good, and the remaining 2 are average. Both rappers are on every song, and guests are on 5 songs; rapping on 3 and doing the hook on 2 others. Production is pretty good in whole. Erick Sermon does 4 songs, Amadeus and Sauko each do 2 songs, Jake One, Da Beatminerz, Beat Butcha, Godz Wrath, Sickness & Ill Image, JP Beats, Ziko & Vherbal, Gordo all do 1 song. Still a nice album for their fans to have and one I'd say check out. Here is my breakdown of the album and under that is my ratings of their other albums that I own.

#2 - 9 (f/ Planet Asia -- great beat/sample from an older AZ song)
#3 - 7.5
#4 - 8
#5 - 8.5
#6 - 9 (nice beat)
#7 - 9 (f/ Crooked I -- nice beat)
#8 - 7.5
#9 - 8
#11 - 9.5 (f/ Tech N9ne -- tight beat)
#12 - 8
#13 - 8.5
#14 - 8.
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A great album for true "Hip Hop" fans! Anytime Canibus is involved the expectation is that the lyrics would be great so I anticipated a pretty decent album but I was definitely surprised by the stellar production 'In Gods We Trust' received. Keith Murray's unmistakable charisma and voice coupled with Canibus' pinpoint sharp lyrics, flow over the tracks perfectly. Even though they have distinctively different styles they compliment each other extremely well. A dope album that should definitely be regarded as one of the best works this year.
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They don't make em like this anymore! No pop tracks, no club 'bangers', no R and B, no autotune. Just raw lyrics and grimy production. If you love 90s hip hop, back when it was about beats and rhymes, you will love this record. Keith Murray shines, glad to hear him still killing it.
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This album could have been great. I love the production. Canibus kills every verse. The downfall?... Keith Murray! I felt the same way about the EP, and now I feel even more strongly about it after listening to this full length album. This is just not a good pairing. Canibus carrys the whole album while Keith Murray tries his best to drag it down. Canibus is a phenominal lyricist. Keith Murray is on an elementry school level with his rhymes. And the two MCs just dont mesh well together. A Bis verse and a Murray verse are like polar opposites on the same track. If this was a Canibus solo, it would be amazing. Or being a collabo, I wish it was with a more capable MC. I really like the production. The beats are good and audio quality good, and Bis' vocal quality is great (these are all aspects that are sometimes lacking with Canibus' albums). This is why I'm frustrated with this album. It could be so much better than it is. A must have for a Canibus fan. And I suppose for a Keith Murray fan also. There are also a handful of good guest features. I hope Bis doesnt do another album with Murray.
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