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King Geedorah (aka M.F. DOOM): Take Me To Your Leader

Re-Issue ImportVinyl LP Record [2LP]
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  • 180g Vinyl
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Summary

MF Doom, perhaps the most legendary figure in underground hip hop, returns. Only this time he's a giant three-headed lizard from outer space.

"You should listen to the album for what it is and not expect it to be like the average "Rap" stuff you're probably used to," Doom explains. "Geedorah is a space monster. He's not from the Earth. I made it different on purpose. A blend of ill lyrics and instrumentals. To me its way iller than any of the wack shit out now."

Across 13 tracks all produced, written, recorded, arranged, mixed and mastered by the man himself (though with a variety of vocal guests including Kurious and Scienz Of Life), Doom comes through with the unique style which has made him the King of the Underground - off-centre beats that owe much to his love of jazz, fantastically skilled, charismatic MCing and ideas galore.

Doom's career in hip hop goes right back to the early 90s when, known as Zev Love X, he was a central member of nu skool phenomenons KMD. Dropped by Elektra for refusing to change 'controversial' cover artwork, tragedy was heaped on top of disappointment when Zev Love's brother and fellow band member, Subroc, was killed in a car accident. The young MC and producer vanished from the hip hop scene and was, to some extent, forgotten. In 1998, though, he re-emerged on Bobbito Garcia's classic label Fondle 'Em as MF Doom and over the next few years cemented his place as one of the most important names on the underground scene, "Operation: Doomsday" was hailed as a classic and KMD's 'lost' album, "Black Bastards" finally saw the light of day. A generation of musicians have grown up in awe of him and he has since worked with everyone from Prefuse 73 to Madlib.

But, while this record will undoubtedly be compared to Kool Keith's Dr Octagon project, it's always worth remembering that Doom is a deep thinker as well as a dope rhymer, and there's more going on here than at first meets the eye.

"This whole album is Geedorah's alien perspective on humans," he explains. "This is done intentionally to show the listener a mirror image of his/herself and the way we see each other. On the album we cover different subjects ranging from race issues to the neglect of children. Some might find the word "Nigger" offensive, or the line about the young girl not being able to read maybe considered a "bad taste" joke. All these insecurities are within us.

Track Listing

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1. Fazers
Producers: M.F. DOOM; E. Mason
Year: 2003
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2. Fastlane
featuring Biolante (aka Kurious)
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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3. Krazy World
featuring Gigan (of Monsta Island Czars)
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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4. The Final Hour
featuring M.F. DOOM
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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5. Monster Zero
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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6. Next Levels
featuring Lil Sci (of Scienz Of Life)); ID 4 Winds (of Scienz Of Life); Stahhr
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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7. No Snakes Alive
featuring Jet-Jaguar (aka M.F. Grimm); Rodan (of Monsta Island Czars)
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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8. Anti-Matter
featuring M.F. DOOM; Mr Fantastik
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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9. Take Me to Your Leader
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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10. Lockjaw
featuring Trunks
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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11. I Wonder
featuring Hassan Chop
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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12. One Smart Nigger
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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13. The Fine Print
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Year: 2003
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Total Comments: 5
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 6/29/2013 3:30:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
Location: az/ hell
Comment: Doom killed this mutha, A hands down classic. Thank you, Mr. Dumile!
Name: (Posted: 5/17/2013 6:55:00 PM; Partial IP: .58.11.226)
Location: Colorado
Comment: This album is fire. "I Wonder" feat. Hassan Chop is my favorite. Old/raw DOOM before he started to fall off. Hope he's not out of classics, because "Key to the Cuffs" wasn't good. I guess another dope re-release will do. Hey doom how about another edition of OP Doomsday. LOL
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 5/26/2010 11:08:00 AM; Partial IP: 5.161.9.28)
Location: Florida
Comment: The whole album is a work of art, and is definatly Doom at his best.Underated emcee."Krazy World" left me in tears.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 5/21/2010 4:38:00 PM; Partial IP: 8.0.182.68)
Location: SoCal
Comment: Great ablum...another one under Dooms belt
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 4/22/2009 2:33:00 PM; Partial IP: 32.148.110)
Location: so-cal
Comment: the ultimate essence
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