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Godz Must Be Crazy
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Vinyl, April 16, 2002
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2. Science of the Bumrush, Vol. 2
4. The Demigodz
5. Off the Chrome
6. Don't You Even Go There
7. The Godz Must Be Crazy
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August 4, 2013
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
One word for this album is "Classic". All seven tracks are fire, the rhymes go hard and the artists are great underground artists. If your a classic hip hop collector you must have this in your collection.
July 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
It simply amazes me how much these people obviously don't know the music they're listening to. First of all, Esoteric doesn't just "drop in" in a song, he's part of the Demigodz just as much as he's part of Army of the Pharoahs. You're saying Celph stole the shows but he's probably the worst rapper on the c.d. He certainly brings his own unique flavor to the EP but I would never say he's one of the best of the Demigodz. As for any reasons why this c.d. should NOT be 5 stars is simply the length. In my own opinion the c.d. really just leaves you wanting more (could be the point, just guessing), but everyone has to remember that it IS an EP. Overall, combination of Apathy's lyrics, Celph's pugilistic flow, and the rest of the gang's individual styles make this c.d. a must-have for any fan of any of the rappers listed in the group.
April 26, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album was kind of disapointing to me, while it is just an EP and it is a posse album, it is also not as good as it could have been. The beats, mostly by Celph Titled, but also by Apathy and JJ Brown, are all very solid and at times downright banging. Perhaps the biggest mishap of the EP is calling itself a Demigodz album. In fact this album is basically an Apathy and Celph Titled album, with a few guest shots from other Demigodz. Rise and Louis Logic, the most creative and interesting members of the crew, are not as present as they should be, with Rise only droping one thirty second verse on the whole EP. In my opinion Celph Titled outshines Apathy on the mic and behind the boards on this album, perhaps showing that he should be off on his own. And while at times Apathy shows off his impecable delivery, he and Celph have both sort of stagnated in holier-than-thou, and "I'm gangsta" lyrical modes. If you are a big Demigodz fan, definitely pick this up, because it is a solid release and it does come at a nice EP cost.
May 4, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This EP has solid beats and rhymes but none of the songs have any concepts. They are just straight up bragging, thug lyrics with some real good punch lines but nothing more. If that's what your looking for than the cd is damn solid but otherwise it leaves you dissapointed. The punchlines are damn sick though. With Celph Titled's line in the song Don't You Even Go There stealing the show - "certified officially, we bring the ill flow/ and make headlines like a corduroy pillow" - Celph Titled. Esoteric stops by on Captivate/Deactivate to drop a sick verse ending with Apathy asking"yo, esoteric when you bringin the pain son" Eso responds,"it's probably gettin done as we speak like Jenna Jameson". Word.