Killarmy Fear Love and War
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Killarmy Fear Love & War (Loud,2001)
Released Sept 11, 2001
8.After Hours part 1
12.Whatever We Want
16.One To Grow On
22.Lady Sings the Blues¿
Produced By 4th Disciple except $-Falling Down; %-Rebel Dainja; ¿-Trauma
After a nice little intro the 6th Man Wedding returned for their dopest release. Lord Superb drops by for the first cut; "The Push" with dope lines like; And, all y'all niggas mad I got the iron from Ghost
And, Chef still cookin what you tryin to get roast
Bobby'll beat that ass, Meth do a show in ya coats
And Cappadonna, the Masta will Kill ya
You fuckin with a true master, fuckin with power
You fuckin with the Wu bastards, fuckin with ours
The next track "Militant" features a nice hook from Baby Huey and another excellent 4th track. 4th Disciple really shines bright on every track he produced on this gem. "The Originators" is a brilliant track and features a hungry 9th Prince proving hes one of his crews best. The next 4 cuts are the deepest "Sweatshop"; "Street Monopoly"; "Trilogy" and the superior "Feel It". "Feel It" is one of 4ths best produced joints and featues deep heartfelt, beautiful verses from Dom P and 9th Prince.
Killa Sin´s flow murders the dope "Whatever We Want";
Eh-yo, we come from gun cockers, rock the guzzle and
Pop a couple and bop the opposite the coppers runnin in
Rooftop binocular, why's they keep hoverin?
Somehow, someway, you know they comin, kid
Duck from the po-9, blast 30 rounds for my comrades
Cocktail bomb, my Killarm' rag'll launch that
Complex, gin X intellect, intercept the mic with an inner-step
Smash like a rental wreck, young gun but been a vet
Walk North, mini Tec talk to ya sawed off, mine blow ya balls off
Worldwide from one small asylum, Staten Island
Where the crime round-up rises like waves when homicide hits
Solidifying further his reputation as one of the best of the Wu Fam.
For my taste PR Terrorist Dom P and Killa Sin along with 9th Prince are the strongest on this disc. 4th comes with outstanding production leading the Wu Elements forward. "The Rule is another amazing 4th jewel.
Overall this is a great album that any real Wu head should have had already.
Just bought this a few months back, great album.
yeah, veeery good album (8,5/10), the best songs for me: Sweatshop, Feel It, Lady Sings The Blues, The Hit, Trilogy & Nonchalantly
Bout time, seems people here was sleeping on this.
Great album, Killarmy kept it consistent with their trilogy of albums 8/10
1.Intro- Don't rate intros
2.The Push- Shit is nice but the weakest intro of the Killatmy trilogy 4/5
3.Militant (w/U-God)-U-God voice on the hook makes this shit hot everyone comes correct Shogun keeps sayin WWIII on this album alot. 4.5/5
4.Originators$ - 9th Prince ripped this shit right here beat by Falling Down is crazy nothng else to say 4.5/5
6.Sweatshop - This shit is fucking fire Islord does the hook perfect Frukwan killed this shit 4.5/5
7.Street Monopoly$ - Killa Sin ripped this shit but it's only a banger 4/5
8.After Hours part 1 - Is this a skit B9 sounds real ass on this track
9.Trilogy - This shit is a banger, p-Sunn comes through and delivers the heat. 4/5
10.Feel It - This shit is deep, you can feel the track Dom P and Islord are too real. 4.5/5
12.Whatever We Want - Killa sin murders the opening verse. Tht's all that needs to be said. 4.5/5
14.Monster$ - this is a banging track 4/5
15.The Hit - This shit is Fire, Shogun was nice and Islord finishes it off great Beat is fuckin lava. 4.5/5
16.One To Grow On - Beat is B9 and Sin both do their thing on this shit. 4.5/5
18.Day One- This shit hot but the editing and all that shit fucked it up. 4/5
20.Nonchalantly- This shit is banger Dom pachino is ripping it , I like how 9th opens it 4/5
21.The Rule - This shit is hot too alot of niggaz been sleeping on his track. 4/5
22.Lady Sings the Blues- I admit I wasn't feeling this shit but I gave it alot more listens I must say this i pretty good. 4/5
Lyrics are sharp beats are fucking crazy.
Overall 4.5/5 It's pretty good to me. They are doing their thing on here. :b
spectacular album. great 4th D production. lyrically its the least of the 3 killarmy albums but overall a great CD.
2.The Push - 5/5
3.Militant - 4.5/5
4.Originators - 5/5
6.Sweatshop - 5/5
7.Street Monopoly - 5/5
8.After Hours, Pt. 1
9.Trilogy - 4.5/5
10.Feel It - 5/5
12.Whatever We Want - 4.5/5
14.Monster - 4.5/5
15.The Hit - 4/5
16.One To Grown On - 4/5
18.Day One - 5/5
20.Nonchalantly - 5/5
21.The Rule - 4.5/5
22.Lady Sings The Blues - 5/5
Very dope Killarmy album, all the joints are dope.
More AMAZING 4th Disciple production. This is Killarmy's best lyrical effort I would say. Great album....9/10
Out of all the Wu albums I have this was one of the great albums that I did not own. I bought it yesterday and damn I am fucking happy. This album reminds me of that Authentic sound the Wu has been missing for a while. I am falling in love with this shit, I cant stop listining to it.
We need another Killarmy album ASAP!!!
i voted wack cuz i wanted to get heat from you all.
What you said about Shogun using World War III in his rhymes, I could say the same for Dom Pachino.....It's like I think in nearly every verse he did had either Terrorist or Terrorism in it.
Damn!!! Another dope review hollow. Props
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