King Geedorah – TMTYLAuthor: Jon Martin | Sunday, February 28th, 2010 |
“Doom is nervous-large, you can tell by his bloomin’ room-service charge”
Doom. Somehow he manages to create album after album of solid beats and unique lyrics. King Geedorah – take me to your leader, is a sci-fi themed album that takes old film and television clips and incorporates them into the music. This isn’t just remixing though, there are a ton of great artists along with Doom on the album.
The album can be scary and bizarre and at times it feels like an old radio opera. It’s impressive how Doom can produce such a unique and gloomy universe just with music.
One of the most haunting songs I’ve ever heard is from this album. It’s called:
I don’t use the term “haunting” lightly!
Doom’s lyrics pull everything together and push the album into “classic” territory. In “Fazers”, Doom mixes his freestyle lyrics with old film and television samples. These songs have an amazing atmosphere about them, it’s like you’re in the dark, watching old movies all by yourself.
Doom isn’t afraid to be controversial either. There is actually a lot of social commentary on the album and it adds to the creepiness of the album.. because there are a lot of racist samples used. So download it and listen yourself, to one of the most original hip-hop albums of the last 10 years.
Download Link: Rapidshit
Or you can just check it out on youtube.
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