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    Default Hieroglyphics new album: The Kitchen

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    Some of the beats are iffy but its pretty good.

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    who did the beats?



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    Del The Funky Homosapien, Guilty Duckets, Opio, Unjust, A-Plus, Phesto Dee and Stephen King, with Opio having the most (8 or 9 I think)

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    LMAO @ their big head album cover.

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    Expected better from this (like every album), I would give it 2,5/5.

    Still no classic released in 2013, shame on hip hop.
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    Breath of fresh air to hear a REAL hip hop album come out of the sea of monotony n glorification of drugs, violence, n overall destructive teachings. Heiro embraced the core of hip hop by enlisting the Sleeprockers and shows a way out of this musical abyss back to the art form of which we were raised."

    Hieroglyphics aren't reinventing the wheel with "The Kitchen," but their constant relatability and the levity provided by the Sleeprockers is a winning recipe."


    i wouldnt call it a classic but its a solid album
    well worth the $$

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    Default SOME BANGERS FROM THE NEW Hieroglyphics LP

    PROBABLY THE BANGER OF THE LP


    THIS ONE IS MORE IN THE NORTH STAR TYPE BANGER


    THIS IS LIKE A SMOOTH SUNDAY ALC BEAT


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    Quote Originally Posted by check two View Post
    who did the beats?
    bulk of the album was produced by opio
    then theres Del, Aplus, Phesto
    and guys i havnt heard of like gully duckets, stephen king & unjust.

    the album is mixed by sleeprockers (dj group)
    so u get to hear some scratching, juggling etc.

    although i like the tracks on the album,
    my personal faves are highway 5 & immortals.

    imo i dont think gun fever should've made the album,
    just find it doesnt fit in.

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    Most of this album is lackluster production. The ones mentioned above are the best. I will listen more to see if it grows on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiba View Post
    Breath of fresh air to hear a REAL hip hop album come out of the sea of monotony n glorification of drugs, violence, n overall destructive teachings. Heiro embraced the core of hip hop by enlisting the Sleeprockers and shows a way out of this musical abyss back to the art form of which we were raised.

    Hieroglyphics aren't reinventing the wheel with "The Kitchen," but their constant relatability and the levity provided by the Sleeprockers is a winning recipe.


    i wouldnt call it a classic but its a solid album
    well worth the $$

    peace
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damon View Post
    Do you always cut and paste critics reviews from online and try to pass them off as your own in chat forums?
    i dont always cut and paste other critics reviews but when i do
    its coz im saving you the time reading "my version" of the lord of the rings meets harry potter meets Hiero meets Sleeprockers.....

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