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Killer is Tech N9ne’s seventh studio album. It was released on July 1st in 2008. I know this is supposed to be one of Tech’s most popular albums, but, to be honest, I’ve been dreading this review. This is a DOUBLE album, and each disc is over an HOUR in length. I’m about to review 32 fucking tracks… WHY GOD? The album cover is an homage to Michael Jackson’s Thriller album, but that shit was only 9 tracks long. Whatever. Lemme quit bitchin’ and just get this shit over with… I guess I’m expecting it to be okay. People say that it’s one of Tech’s best albums, but… 32 fucking tracks? Oh my GOD. Fuck… Hopefully I’ll best pleasantly surprised, but I expect to lose interest in this shit after the first ten tracks.
Track 1: Dr. Frazier’s Office (Intro Skit) [Prod. Robert Rebeck]
Okay, it sounds like Travis O’Guin is forcing Tech N9ne to see a psychiatrist. It just ended. This skit is just like every other Tech N9ne skit; it’s kinda interesting to listen to the first time, but there’s absolutely no reason to come back to this.
Track 2: Like Yeah (Prod. Young Fyre)
This beat is dope af. Tech’s goin’ off right now. This is a really energetic track. He sounds great over this beat. His flow is dope af, and his delivery is great. “So when you see me in the spot bow down, trick / I eat, drink, sleep, dress, look and sound rich.” Wow. This hook is actually dope af. This track is really hard. The beat is fucking fantastic. I didn’t expect to enjoy this as much as I am right now. Honestly, I don’t think I’ve been this entertained by a Tech N9ne track since I heard He’s A Mental Giant. I guess Dysfunctional was really good, but this gives off the same vibe as He’s A Mental Giant. This was a really great way to open up the album. Hopefully he can keep this quality going for the rest of the project. I definitely fuck with this shit. This is dope af. The music video was nothing special. For some reason the guy from Machete was in it. I’m not sure why… 5/5
Track 3: Wheaties Feat. Shawnna (Prod. Young Fyre)
This beat’s dope. This track opens up with a radio host introducing the song, kinda like what they did on The Gates Mixed Plate. Wow. This might actually be the first Tech N9ne song about sex that I’ve heard that isn’t insanely vulgar and unsubtle. I’m surprisingly not disturbed by anything he’s saying. Oh God… Krizz Kaliko has an uncredited appearance on the hook. “Baby, I hope you ate your Wheaties / When you see me it won’t be easy.” He’s singing. It’s not good. He sounds like a fuckboy. Shawnna’s verse was actually kinda dope. I wasn’t a fan of that weird accent she had. At first it sounded like she was from the UK or something, but then she just sounded like a regular Southern rapper. Her flow was dope af. Tech’s flow was dope af on the last verse too. I wasn’t disgusted by anything they said, but the subject matter still isn’t very appealing to me. I’d probably like this if it weren’t for the hook tho. Krizz Kaliko really ruined it for me. I don’t think it’s that bad of the song. I didn’t like it tho. 3/5
Track 4: Everybody Move (Prod. Wyshmaster)
I’m not feelin’ this beat. It’s really annoying. The first verse was alright. His flow was kinda cool. The subject matter is pretty much the same as the previous track. The only difference is that this seems to be more of a club oriented song. I’m not feelin’ this hook. His flow on the second verse was dope af. Goddamn. His flow was even doper on the final verse. I definitely don’t like this song. Honestly the only thing that I liked about it was Tech’s flow. Other than that, this shit is wack to me. 2/5
Track 5: Get The Fuck Outta Here Feat. Paul Wall & The Popper (Prod. Wyshmaster)
Okay, this is the kinda shit I like from Tech N9ne. He’s just rapping about how he’s the best MC, and these wack rappers need to “get the fuck outta here.” This beat is dope. Tech killed the first verse. The hook could definitely be better… It’s tolerable tho. The Popper’s verse was okay. He had a really slow flow, so his verse was a little boring compared to Tech’s. It wasn’t terrible tho. Paul Wall did his thing. Tech easily had the best verse. I think I’d like this a lot more if the hook was better, or if the two features were a little better. I still enjoyed the song tho. It’s dope. 4/5
Track 6: The Waitress (Prod. Wyshmaster)
This is a song about how Tech is on a date with his girl at a restaurant, and their waiter turns out to be bad af, so Tech is like “GOTDAMN LOOK AT THOSE TITTIES.” This beat is cool I guess. “The way I’m watchin’ you feel uncomfortable, don’t it?” I’m glad he’s aware of how creepy he’s being. Again, the subject matter isn’t really for me. It is kinda interesting for the first listen, but I don’t think I’d wanna hear about this again. I’m not feelin’ this hook. The second verse was alright I guess. Eh… nah. I’m not really fuckin’ with this one. I don’t think it’s that bad. I just don’t really have a reason to come back to this. I don’t think I’d ever wanna hear about this again. It’s okay. I guess. 3/5
Track 7: Crybaby (Prod. Seven)
Oh shitfuck. This beat is dope af. Okay, I already know I’m gonna fuck with this shit. Unless the hook is wack… Anyway, Tech’s basically just calling out those dumbass golden age Hip Hop elitists who are always like “Hip Hop is dead! I can’t listen to any music that came out after 1999!” The first verse is dope af. He started by talkin’ about how he got into Hip Hop, and then went on to shit on people who say Hip Hop is dead. This hook isn’t bad. It could definitely be better, but I can tolerate this. He killed the second verse. The third verse was dope too. I fuck with this song. The hook kinda sucks, but I still enjoyed the track. It’s dope. 4/5
Track 8: Shit Is Real (Prod. Matic Lee)
This beat is dope af. There’s some Caribbean guy spittin’ his motherfuckin’ ass off on the intro. I can’t understand what he’s saying, but it sounds really dope. His flow is great. I wish I knew who he was… He only spit like 7 bars. Okay, the actual first verse from Tech is starting now. He’s rapping about how he’s having a party to distract himself from all the terrible shit in his life. The background vocals from Krizz Kaliko actually sound pretty good. The hook thankfully doesn’t suck. I mean, it definitely isn’t good, but it doesn’t really hurt the track for me. This is really good. All of the verses from Tech are dope. I don’t usually like party songs, but this shit is dope af. It’s kinda corny, but I still like it. The beat is fantastic, and Tech did his thing too. I fuck with this. This is dope af to me. 5/5
Track 9: Blackboy Feat. Brother J, Ice Cube & Krizz Kaliko (Prod. Seven & Krizz Kaliko)
Wow… Well, I certainly wasn’t expecting to Ice Cube here… The beat’s dope. This hook from Krizz Kaliko is actually pretty good too. Tech’s rapping about how people always prejudge him because he’s black. His verse was dope. Brother J did his thing, and it was dope to hear Ice Cube on here. “My name is Ice Cube, bitch; it ain’t Michael / I’ll never bleach my own skin just to be like you.” Ice Cube’s real last name is Jackson, so it’s pretty obvious that he was takin’ a shot at Michael Jackson. That’s kinda cool. I guess. Nothing about this song is bad. It just isn’t blowing me away. I fuck with it tho. It’s dope. 4/5
Track 10: Pillow Talkin’ Feat. Scarface (Prod. Wyshmaster)
Damn… He got Scarface on this bitch too? That’s awesome. This beat is dope. Tech’s rappin’ about how guys tell secrets to their girls when they’re pillow talkin’, and then after they break up their exes tell everybody, and they get in trouble. This hook is kinda dumb, but it isn’t that bad. Haha. Wow. Scarface literally just said not to trust women. Oh God… Remember when I said that Tech wasn’t being vulgar when he was talking about sex? Well, Scarface kinda just… “It don’t matter how slimy the pussy hole gone get / If a nigga talks to these bitches these hoes gone snitch.” Yeah… Well, at least it was only one line. I still enjoyed his verse. Damn. Tech killed his last verse. His flow was dope af. I fuck with this song. The subject matter isn’t super interesting or anything, but Tech did a pretty good job with it. I’m getting some misogynistic vibes from this song, but it wasn’t too bad. This is dope to me. 4/5
Track 11: Paint A Dark Picture Feat. The Dirtball (Prod. Seven)
…The… The Dirtball? His… His name is the Dirtball? Wha… WHAT THE FUCK KINDA NAME IS THAT?? Okay, I’m sorry. It doesn’t matter. Seriously tho? First we had The Popper, now we got The Dirtball? What the fuck is happening? Okay the song’s starting. Oh God… This intro is so fuckin’ corny. Why is he talkin’ like that? He sounds like fuckin’ Palpatine… He literally side “A daark siiiiiiiiiiiiiide” with the same accent and everything. Was he tryin’ to make this impossible to take seriously? He’s talkin’ about the fuckin’ underworld and shit. Oh my God… This hook is so fuckin’ corny. Actually, the only reason it’s corny is because after every line he says “darknessssssss” in a super serious voice. This beat is actually pretty dope. Uhhhh… I’m not feelin’ this first verse from Tech… His flow was dope, but when he was talkin’ about literally eating human vaginas, it… Well, I shouldn’t have to explain why that’s a bad thing. I always hate it when Tech tries really hard to seem dark. It just comes off super corny. Oh boy, here we go. The Dirtball is goin’ in now. Huh. I actually enjoyed his verse more than Tech’s. I wasn’t expecting to like his verse at all. It wasn’t really bad tho. I mean, the overall song is corny af, and that includes his verse, but it was much better than I expected it to be. The beat is dope tho. That’s all I can say about this track. They had some dope flows too. The lyrics were just super corny. I’m not fuckin’ with this track. It’s wack. 2/5
Track 12: Hope For A Higher Power (Prod. Seven)
What the fuck… Okay, this is actually legitimately creepy. The track opens up with the recording of a speech from Jim Jones—the mass murdering, religious cult leader… Not the rapper. It’s the speech he gave right before he got all those people to drink the Kool-Aid. You can even hear them applauding what he says. That’s so fucked up… Okay, the song’s starting now. There are female vocals on the hook. I actually fuck with this hook. Tech’s singing is kinda corny—not sure what that weird accent is about—but I don’t really mind it. This beat is dope af. Tech’s basically just talking about his doubts of religion and shit. This is basically the perfect song for agnostic people. Unless you don’t like Tech N9ne. The second verse is dope af. The last verse was cool too. I fuck with this song. The Jim Jones samples actually creeped me the fuck out, the beat was dope af, and Tech did his thing on the verses. The hook could’ve been better, but it wasn’t that bad. This is dope af to me. 5/5
Track 13: Worst Case Scenario (Skit) Feat. Krizz Kaliko & Scenario [Prod. Robert Rebeck, Seven & Krizz Kaliko]
Wow. I’m a fucking pussy. As soon as this track starts, you hear a woman and another pitch shifted voice screaming, and it startled the shit outta me. That would’ve been embarrassing enough, but I actually restarted the track and STILL got startled when I heard the scream. It’s really unsettling tho. The way it fades in and out is creepy as hell. Especially with the pitch shifted voice. This shit made me have to turn the lights in my room on. Scenario & Tech are driving somewhere. Scenario’s really upset about something his girl did I guess. Tech’s like “Calm down, man! Here, listen to this,” and then he starts playin’ some music. They’re just singing along with the music now. I’m not really sure why this needed to be here. Wow. Tech is really enjoying the fuck outta this song. Oh. Haha. That’s kinda funny. Scenario just turned the shit off, and was like “Yeah, yeah, I feel you man, but did you really think that was gonna make me feel better?” Okay, Tech’s listening to his voicemail now. It’s rolling into the next track.
Track 14: Psycho Bitch II Feat. Liquid Assassin (Prod. Robert Rebeck)
Huh. I didn’t know Robert Rebeck actually produced music. I usually only ever see his name pop up when there are skits. I don’t know how I’m gonna feel about this track. Hopefully it’s better than Psycho Bitch III. I wasn’t really feelin’ that song. It’s starting now. The voicemail is playing. It’s some chick talking about how much she loves Tech N9ne. Wow. They really did a good job of making her sound crazy. She really sounds like she’s obsessed with him. Hmmm… This beat sounds familiar… Have I heard this song? Maybe it was played during a skit in one of his later albums or something. This hook has the same melody and flow as Psycho Bitch III. The vocals are much better tho. The beat is dope af. Damn. Tech’s flow is fuckin’ insane on this first verse. Wow. This beat is really fuckin’ dope. The way it kinda switched up for the hook is dope af. I didn’t expect to enjoy this track, but this is really good to me. His flow is incredible. This isn’t a super interesting topic to me, but this is so fucking dope sonically that I have to like this. Liquid Assassin’s verse was dope. I surprisingly really fuck with this shit. This is dope af. 5/5
Track 15: Poisonous Feat. Liz Suwandi (Prod. Seven)
I’m not really feelin’ this hook from Liz Suwandi. This beat is actually pretty dope. Especially when those piano keys come in. Tech’s rappin’ about how he influenced a bunch of women to do drugs and have sex with him. Wow… I didn’t realize how rape-ish that sounded until I wrote it out. I guess you could hear this song and interpret Tech as kind of a Bill Cosby, Cee-Lo Green figure. I don’t think that’s what he was trying to say. It seems more like the chicks he was with were already into him, and were gonna have sex with him anyway. He just happened to add drugs into the equation after they agreed to do it. I hope that’s what he was trying to say… Anyway, I’m not really into this song like that. The beat was kinda cool, and Tech’s flow was dope, but that’s it. The subject matter didn’t interest me, and I wasn’t really feelin’ the hook. It’s a pretty short track. It’s less than three minutes long, and Tech only has one verse. I don’t think it’s that bad. I’m just not really feelin’ it. It’s okay. 3/5
Track 16: Too Much Feat. Kutt Calhoun (Prod. Aaron Bradley)
Krizz Kaliko is singing on the intro. I’m not sure why he’s only credited on some of these songs. This beat is dope af. It sounds like some shit that would play during the last level of a video game. Oh, I guess I should mention that this is the final track on the first disc. I’m actually surprised by how much I’m enjoying this. I haven’t really been this engaged by a Tech N9ne album since I listened to All 6’s & 7’s. This is crazy. Tech’s goin’ off right now. This is so fucking… I don’t know. It just sounds really eventful. The hook is really simple, but it works. This beat is insane. Kutt did his thing. Krizz Kaliko’s vocals honestly sounded really fuckin’ bad… I definitely would’ve preferred a second verse from Tech instead of a verse from Kutt Calhoun too. It would’ve been better if it was just one long ass verse. I still fuck with this song tho. It’s dope. 4/5
Track 17: I Love You, But Fuck You (Prod. David Sanders II)
This beat’s pretty good. Tech did his thing on the first verse. This hook is kinda corny. It could be worse tho. The first verse was alright. The shit he’s rapping about isn’t that interesting to me. The second verse was pretty weird… He told a story of a dad who was smashing his daughter. The dad tried to get Tech N9ne to sleep with her too. That’s weird as hell. I hope that’s not a true story… I’m not feelin’ this hook. The vocals are pretty bad. I don’t know. I can’t really fuck with this… The beat was cool, and Tech’s verses weren’t really bad. The only bad thing about this song is the hook. The hook isn’t even that bad tho. It’s just not that good to me. I didn’t dislike this song that much. I just didn’t enjoy it that much either. I wouldn’t listen to this again. It’s alright. 3/5
Track 18: One Good Time (Prod. Matic Lee)
I’m not really feelin’ this intro. The beat is alright. I don’t like guitars, but this could definitely be worse. The first verse wasn’t bad. This track basically turns into a Rock song during the hook. I’m not feelin’ it. He’s rappin’ about shit like the situation with Brain Dennis. This is actually kinda sad. I can’t really get into this tho. I don’t think it’s bad. I just can’t get into the more musical aspects of this track. The verses weren’t bad tho. It’s just not for me. This is okay I guess. 3/5
Track 19: Drill Team Feat. B.G. Bulletwound, Krizz Kaliko & Snug Brim (Prod. David Sanders II)
I’m not really feelin’ this hook. This beat isn’t very good. The first verse from Tech was alright. This is a pretty boring song. The beat and hook are wack. The shit he’s rapping about is pretty generic too. I think this is Snug Brim on the second verse. This is so boring. This is definitely the most generic track on the whole album so far. I’m not feelin’ the second verse. The third verse was actually kinda entertaining. I think that was B.G. Bulletwound. I don’t know for sure tho. It still wasn’t that good, but it was better than the others. Krizz Kaliko’s on the last verse. I’m surprised this is the first verse he’s gotten on this whole album. I wasn’t feelin’ his verse tho. This song is wack. I’m honestly shocked by how uncreative this song is. This might just be the most generic Tech N9ne song I’ve ever heard. There isn’t a single facet of this song that stands out in any way. I’m not feelin’ it. 2/5
Track 20: Beat You Up Feat. Big Scoob, Lebowski & The Weapon (Prod. David Sanders II)
This album seems to have taken kind of a dark turn… Hopefully he picks things up soon. This hook is alright I guess. That long ass intro definitely didn’t need to be there. The beat’s alright. It’s definitely a step up from the previous track. “Niggas be hidin’ behind their MySpace.” That’s the third time Tech N9ne has mentioned MySpace on this album. I guess MySpace was still a popular thing when this album came out, but it’s just kinda hard to take such an outdated reference seriously. It’s not that big of a deal tho. Tech’s first verse was pretty dope. Lebowski’s verse was good too. Why is this guy’s name The Weapon? The MCs who Tech works with are really bad at coming up with stage names. The Weapon’s verse was alright I guess. Big Scoob did his thing. This isn’t really a bad song. I just don’t see myself coming back to it. The beat and the hook aren’t that good, and none of the verses were good enough to make me wanna hear this more than once. It’s okay. 3/5
Track 21: Let’s Go Feat. Kutt Calhoun & Mistah F.A.B. (Prod. David Sanders II)
Okay, that intro with the robot effects on Tech’s voice might’ve been the corniest thing he’s ever done. Thank God it only lasted 10 seconds. This beat isn’t very good. This David Sanders II guy is a pretty bad producer. The first verse was alright. The hook is average. Kutt Calhoun did his thing on the second verse. I wasn’t really feelin’ Mistah F.A.B.’s verse. His flow wasn’t bad, but the lyrics were. I feel the same way about this song that I did about the previous one. It’s not good. It’s not really that bad tho. I’m just not feelin’ it like that. 3/5
Track 22: Why You Ain’t Call Me (Prod. Elmo)
This hook is pretty bad. Tech’s vocals sound terrible. Okay, this beat is dope. Thank God David Sanders II is done. He doesn’t have any more production credits on this album, so hopefully the beats will be good from this point on to the end. Tech’s rappin’ about how more popular, mainstream artists don’t acknowledge and work with him. “If music was about innovatin’ and penetratin’ / Generations by generatin’ musical integration / It wouldn’t be about limitation and demonstratin’ / Imitation we then are blatantly just disintegratin’.” I’m pretty sure mainstream artists don’t work with him because he’s corny as fuck a lot of the time. Just listen to this hook. That’s not a good hook. It’s just not. The verses are good tho. The second verse where he was talkin’ about Jay Z was dope af. He name dropped a lot of rappers in the third verse. I don’t know. I probably would’ve liked this song more if the hook didn’t suck so much. I don’t see myself coming back to this one tho. It’s alright. 3/5
Track 23: Seven Words Feat. Krizz Kaliko & Skatterman (Prod. Seven)
The next 6 tracks are part of a section of this album called “The Sextion.” I’m not gonna like this part of the album. In fact, somebody even warned me in the comments of my Sickology 101 review that I wouldn’t like this section. It’s only four actual songs tho. I’m just gonna get it outta the way. This whole second disc has been pretty bad so far… I hope it gets better after The Sextion. Okay, this track is starting now. “Welcome to The Sextion, where it’s all about sex. If horny is what you’re looking for—it’s not—well this is the place.” Oh my God… Krizz Kaliko’s singing the hook. It’s not good. The seven words are “love it when you suck my dick.” Wow. This is really, really, really, really, really bad. He was talking about having a girl suck his dick with hot water in her mouth. “The water was blazing / It was amazing / And now my dick is shrivelled up like a raisin.” This is so bad. The beat is decent I guess. Skatterman’s goin’ in now. He sounds like someone doing a bad Gucci Mane impression. I wasn’t feelin’ his verse. Alright, I’m done with this song. This is fucking terrible. The beat wasn’t good, but it was the only tolerable part of this song. I can’t fuck with this bullshit. This is wack af. 1/5
Track 24: The Sexorcist (Infomercial) Feat. Krizz Kaliko [Prod. Seven]
Oh my fucking God… This is even worse than I thought it would be. Krizz Kaliko’s on the hook again. “Can I suck your tongue?” This is so fucking bad. “I want to taste your tongue, tongue, tongue, tongue, tongue, tongue. tongue, tongue, tongue, tongue, tongue, tongue.” This whole second disc is so much worse than the first one. What happened? This is a fucking God awful song. It’s still nowhere near as bad as Chilly Rub or Puh Wah Wah tho. This song is about sucking tongues. I’m fucking done. This is wack af. 1/5
Track 25: Killa Call (Skit) Feat. Killa C [Prod. Tech N9ne]
One time I listened to a song by Tech N9ne called The Sexorcist.
One time I wanted to kill myself.
It was the same time.
Track 26: Enjoy Feat. Bosko & Krizz Kaliko (Prod. Wyshmaster)
Noooo. NOOOO. NO MORE KRIZZ KALIKO. NOOOOOOOOO. This hook is fucking horrible. “SEXY SEXY ENJOY WON’T YOU LET ME ENJOY.” This beat is SHITTY. The first verse was awful. Oh my God. Each track just gets worse than the last. Every single verse on this song is terrible. Tech… You gotta stop doing this man. These aren’t good songs. They’re never good. Stop. Just stop. 0/5
Track 27: Elbow Macaroni (Skit) [Prod. Tech N9ne & Makzilla]
This whole second disc is worse than any other Tech N9ne album I’ve ever heard.
Track 28: I Am Everything Feat. Kottonmouth Kings & Hed PE (Prod. Underrated & Aaron Abeyta)
No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. I don’t wanna listen to this song. I don’t wanna listen to this song. I don’t FUCKING wanna listen to a song with Kottonmouth Kings & Hed PE. I haven’t even ever heard any music by Kottonmouth Kings or Hed PE, but I just looked them up and they’re BOTH Nu Metal bands. Nu Metal is the worst genre of music I’ve ever heard in my life. I’d rather listen to fucking Johnny Rebel than Nu Metal. Okay, that’s actually not true, but I think I’d rather listen to a song by Future, French Montana & Trinidad James than any Nu Metal band. Alright, it’s starting now. Fuck everything. This beat isn’t good at all. This hook is fucking God awful. At least he isn’t talking about sex. Oh my God… This second verse… You know what? I’m done with this song. I’ve heard enough. I already know what I think of this track. It’s fucking God awful. I don’t wanna hear the leader of Hed PE rapping about how he’ll fuck my daughter in her ears. This song is fucking dogshit. 0/5
Track 29: Happy Ending (Prod. Seven)
Alright. The Sextion is over. It can only get better from here. This beat is actually really dope. Yes. Finally. I think I’m gonna like this song. His flow is dope af. He’s rapping about how he fucked his marriage up and he’s only ever happy when he’s making music. The first verse was dope af. The hook is alright I guess. It kinda sucks actually. Krizz Kaliko’s singing it, and he doesn’t sound very good. The way it’s mixed should make it easy for me to cut it out with GarageBand tho. The second verse was dope. Fuck. I wish I could say this was a good song, but the hook really ruins it for me. I don’t think it’s a bad song. The hook makes me hesitate to call it a good song tho. It’s just okay. 3/5
Track 30: Can’t Shake It Feat. Krizz Kaliko (Prod. Tyler Reynolds)
This beat sounds really familiar. It’s just like how the beat to Psycho Bitch II sounded really familiar. Maybe it played in the background of a skit on a later album or something… Oh yeah, this beat played during the Spelling Bee skit on Sickology 101. It’s dope af. Krizz Kaliko’s singing on the hook. It’s not great. It’s tolerable tho. I’m okay with it. Tech killed the first verse. Damn. The second verse was really dope. I fuck with this song. The whiny vocals on the hook were kinda bad, but that’s really the only bad thing about this track for me. It’s dope. 4/5
Track 31: Holier Than Thou Feat. Krizz Kaliko & The Strange Lane Choir (Prod. Young Fyre)
This beat is dope. The first verse was cool I guess. He’s rapping about how religious people act like they’re better than everyone else. I’m not feelin’ this hook. It just sounds so overdramatic. Krizz Kaliko did his thing on the second verse. Fuck… The second verse was fucking incredible. He talks about how a Christian rapper named Da T.R.U.T.H. was supposed to be on the third verse, but he refused to do it because Tech is a secular MC. “If you didn’t like it then I admire the ego / And if they never told you, then you better fire your people / ‘Cause fallen angels came for your help, and then she pushed ’em / But Christians be the first to run they mouth about Muslims.” He killed that last verse. I personally wouldn’t ever listen to this song ever again tho. It’s not even a bad song. I just can’t get into it. The hook is really bad to me. It’s alright. 3/5
Track 32: Last Words (Prod. Seven)
This beat is pretty dope. The first verse was good. It’s pretty much just a giant middle finger to all of his haters. I’m not feelin’ this hook from Krizz Kaliko. The second verse was dope. The hook really isn’t working for me. It repeats a few too many times at the end for me. I don’t think this song is terrible. I feel the same way about this track that I did about most of these other songs. It’s not terrible. I wouldn’t listen to it again tho. 3/5
Before I get into my final thoughts I just wanna let y’all know that I went back and edited some of my ratings of Tech N9ne’s songs. When I originally started out this marathon, I wasn’t giving the 0/5 score to any songs. I didn’t start doing that ’til earlier this year I think. It might’ve been late last year. Anyway, just to make sure that this marathon is a fair analysis of Tech N9ne’s discography, I went back and edited some of his wacker songs, so they’ve been downgraded from a 1/5 to a 0/5. That’s also affected the actual album scores. The albums that’ve been affected are Something Else, All 6’s & 7’s, & The Gates Mixed Plate.
The first disc of this album is pretty good. The second disc is just bad tho. I’m honestly amazed by how much worse the second disc is than the first one. What the hell happened? This should’ve been a single disc album. That second disc is useless. It was just so… not good. Most of the songs weren’t bad. They just weren’t good at all. The second disc has absolutely no replay value for me. I don’t know how he messed it up so much. It was going so well. And what the motherfuck was that Sextion? That was fucking horrible… This whole album is the perfect showcase of Tech N9ne as an artist. Half of his shit is good, but the other half is just God awful. He needs to stop making songs about sex. I don’t know why he always does that. The second disc of this album is worse than any full Tech N9ne album I’ve ever heard. If I was just gonna rate the second disc, it would get a 45. If I was rating the first disc, it would get a 75. This shouldn’t have been a double album. He fucked it up. It would’ve been a good album if it was just the first disc… It’s not tho. The first disc is dope, and the second disc is wack. Dope + Wack = MEH.
Favorite Song: Psycho Bitch II
Least Favorite Song: Enjoy
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