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A very impressive and timely concept piece, the title is a condition borne as both badge and stigma for our day; Monch narrates his broken-down-rebuilt-stumble-and-stagger-off vision with not only consummate confidence, but also honesty of vulnerability. The placement of interludes/skits are perfect segues--he literally turned images of pain and struggle into a work of art, like lead into gold! How many so-called artists in our culture can actually do such a thing, to "use your confusion" so to speak? Not all music is alchemy. By far the only lyricist, of his era, I follow whose catalog has steadily increased in quality since the debut--seriously, the lone flaw with this offering is a danger of plateauing the next one. Running on octane from "Damage" and "Bad M.F." for around 18-months at least, I definitely held impossibly high expectations. There will no doubt be fans and newbies who are going to wax disappointedly at the lack of sustained beast-mode bravado--but they would also be missing the idea entirely. So be it, one can occasionally get what they have asked for; we are pulled into PM's head and taken through a refreshingly weird and real/real-ish experience.Read more ›
Black Thought's feature on the Rapid Eye Movement track is rediculous and shows how Mature Hip Hop sounds. This might be the best album of the year!
It has some great songs on it like "Jungle" & "Losing My Mind (feat. dEnAuN)". There are also some songs that have great verses, but the beats just not don't it for me (ie Rapid Eye Movement). I'm finding it hard to get into it and i've been playing it for a couple weeks now.
I think my main issue with Pharoahe Monch is his beat selection lately. I loved loved loved his "Internal Affairs" album. I never heard "Desire" which i will go do now. But Monch is always on point lyrically. He is one of my favorite em cees. I just would like to hear him on different production. So if you didn't really enjoy WAR 100% then you may want to just listen to this one first before purchasing. I don't regret buying because i love supporting someone like Monch. Plus there are some songs on here that i do enjoy a lot, just wish I enjoyed them all.
An excellent album and it is great to see that Pharoahe is putting out more albums because the man is truly a treasure and I hope that he does it for ages longer. An absolute beast and there is no denying it. The lyrics are tight and the beats are great.
BUY THIS ALBUM BECAUSE THERE IS NO NEED TO DEMAND SATISFACTION IT COMES WITH THE PURCHASE
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I listened to "Time2" so many times. Its in the top 5 songs listened to on my I-pod. "Bad MF", "Rapid Eye Movement" and "The Jungle" are tough cuts.Published 3 months ago by Edmond
My favorite Pharoahe project to date. It feels a bit short but I still give it five stars because of the content. It's well crafted, thrilling, humbling... just brilliant. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jon
This album is great. Pharoahe is one of the most underrated MCs today.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
best that ever did it lyricly this album is great all of monch's album rock buy it dont download it please and thank youPublished 11 months ago by Pipeline music
Real hip hop is the definition of the entire CD. You don't need to skip any of the songs. Every song including the interludes/intermissions are excellent too. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Quasheta K Jones-Hull
Monch does it again. Stellar hip hop for true fans of the genre. Fantastic maturation as an artist.Published 15 months ago by Jason G. Hall