View Poll Results: Hell Razah - Razah's Ladder

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  • Superior

    19 44.19%
  • Banger

    12 27.91%
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Thread: Blue Sky Black Death & Hell Razah - Razah's Ladder

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    My second favourite album this year.

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    Didn't this come out on Tuesday?? Shit I've been looking for it all over the city and they don't even have it in their damn computers.

    Edit - Never mind. I've been wasting my time on this and I now see it's scheduled for release on the 30th.
    Last edited by kurupt_kw; 10-25-2007 at 04:00 PM.

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    mannn ive been illing for this album for the past couple of days and i finally got it, shit is a masterpiece. RAZAH RUBIES is that dood right now, i will give a description after i get a good listen. peace peace


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    I'm buying it for sure! Without a doubt in my mind!
    Wu-tang is one thing that made my life more interresting lol. RZA inspires me. And to all of you people living with negativity inside yourselves...remember that if God is for us, who can be against us?

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    yeah im breaking the rewind button with this joint. too badits not gonna sell dick. 98 or 99 this is a paltinum album.
    "karma hits like justice but without the satisfaction" - HADEZ the human torch


    "I donít live in that world. And itís not that I donít live in the present, itís just that I donít fuck with that part of the present state of Hip Hop. Dudes started doing this thing for money instead of the love of Hip Hop, and I donít fuck with them cats." - Kool G. Rap

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    Does anybody have THE CUBE in mp3 format? tighest song i've heard so far this year...hands down.....................

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    Damn Hell Razah knows how to create good albums (i mean, albums that are not a collection of random tracks). I might prefer Renaissance Child over that new one, because while both maintain coherence throughout, Renaissance switched vibes more often (see Project Jazz).
    Blue Sky Black Death say they don't see the interest of having singles for underground artists, but i could tell them about the interest of an extensive booklet, even for underground artists... I bought both their "One MC and two beatmakers" albums, but i'd like to get a bit more than what i could get from downloading tracks and printing front and back covers... and that goes for alot albums in fact.
    Back to the subject, Razah's Ladder is real cool, the quiet anger of Hell Razah combines beautifully with the melodic soulful musical background... That gives a great feeling to the whole thing. Their production has that typical Wu-Tang influence, even more than on the Holocaust joint. Project Prophecy is my cut, real banger. 4 mics for the album.

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    No weak cuts
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    Some drums
    A slight lack in diversity, on both verses (flow) and beats
    Lack of standouts (except for Project Prophecy)

    STREET CORNER, by MANO

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    One of the best produced albums of the year. Really looking forward to more work from BSBD. Hell Razah really did a good job with these beats too. The only track I wasn't feeling was Painted Jezebels.

    Top 3: The Cube, Halos, Better Than Jewelry

    Overall Grade: (3.7/5) B+
    Last edited by RynMur; 12-05-2007 at 10:08 PM.

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    poor righteous dreams i like a lot.

    audiobiography is like at least a couple times a day listen right now

    painted jezebels is dope..
    great album, production is incredible...

    9/10

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    Best album of 2007. Real talk.

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    i think this is a great album and many might underestimate it

    superior

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    Thumbs up not yet a classic...give it some time

    to me- razah is one of the illest mc's out right now. way iller than he was back in 98/sunz of man era. listen to this album. the only negative aspect i can think of is it's too short. razah/priest/black market is about to put out mad new music and it'll probably be even better than this. MACCABEEZ!

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    dont get me wrong i love this cd but sometimes i find he doesnt match well with BSBD and then again on a few tracks you feel like they where destined to meet Autobiography is the best song on the album by far


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    awesome album cant get enough of audiobiography both him and shabazz murder it.

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    Hell Razah is lethal on this album.
    Blue Sky Black Death are serious...EVERY single beat they bless.
    Everything they drop is pure quality.
    I would go as far to say they are only open to a diverse array of Emcees
    Meaning only the best will blend well with their "Expert Crafted Beats"

    Killah Priest NEEDS to be on their next project.
    Whatever it is I expect it to blow everything out of the water !!!!

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