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Album Review

If beautiful death machines are low-riders fitted with Gatling guns as the cover to this release suggests, then Swollen Members are underground hip-hop's auditory equivalent with street lyrics being rapidly blasted out on the group's tenth album. Big highlights here have to be the posse cuts with "Death to You" featuring Vinnie Paz, Ill Bill, and Slaine all mixing it up with the Members while Esoteric, Celph Titled, and Apathy guest star on "Colossal Beats," a giant monster movie on wax. The Members-only cuts are nearly as hot with "Bax War" (a twitchy, strident swagger anthem that creeps right up the spine) and "Juggernaut" (another giant monster movie, but with a weird electro soundtrack) leading the pack. C-Lance, Rob the Viking, and Aspect handle the production on this busy, word-filled, and winning effort.

Customer Reviews

this is rap...

Mad is crazy!!! Eminem who???

HipHop needs this....

I grow up listening to Wu Tang, Gang Starr and EPMD... and this album reminds me when hip hop was in a better place.. Keep real hip hop in your playlist... in your ride... in your heart and in your mind...

I wish their tour was coming to Southern Cali...


this is gunna be so goooood


Formed: Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

The meeting of two West Coast rappers fuelled this talented Canadian band. In 1996, Mad Child was a solo artist performing in San Francisco when he returned to his hometown of Vancouver. There he met Prevail, who was gaining attention for his energetic live shows and abilities. The two joined forces and headed to San Diego to perform at the annual B-Boy Summit. The group was initiated into the Rock Steady Crew, one of only three bands to do so. Following this, the group released three independent...
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