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Album Review

After spending nearly five years apart, the Geto Boys reunited in 1996 and released The Resurrection. Since they were more notorious for their lyrical violence than their music — only 1991's We Can't Be Stopped, with its stunning single "Mind Playing Tricks on Me," showed the band experimenting musically — it comes as a surprise that The Resurrection is such a strong album. Although the band never deviates from its standard blood-guts-sex lyrical routine, they have a greater sense of humor throughout the album. More importantly, they perform with energy and their backing tracks are vigorous and funky. As a result, The Resurrection outstrips every other Geto Boys record in every sense — it is the leanest, meanest, and funkiest thing they've ever recorded.

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Best album ...

Lots of replay value, it was the best album in its time and to me it's the best album today in 2013 it will never be topped




No current Hip Hop/Rap artist can even hold a fraction of a candle to the shadow of the gloriousness of Geto Boys.


Formed: 1986 in Houston, TX

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Though the controversial subject matter of gangsta rap wasn't much of a barrier to popular success during the '90s, the Geto Boys' recordings proved almost too extreme for widespread exposure. Blocked from distributing their 1990 major-label debut by Geffen -- who insisted that a track dealing with necrophilia as well as murder was a step too far -- the group was saved by producer Rick Rubin, who arranged another distributor for the album, released on his own Def American label. The controversy,...
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