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Scary. Scary Good.

If I could have given Deadlivers ten stars, I would have. After Deadlivers, and with such incredible releases as Name In Vain and Facefeeder, I almost feared this disc. "Could Grayskul possibly make more amazing music?" I asked myself. The answer: indeed. Dance the Frantic features one of the oddest guest appearences I could have ever fathomed for The Skul: Pigeon John. It's unique and weird and amazing. This album is cannot touch Deadlivers, but on its own merit, it deserves five stars. Happy listening, you Skulheads.


Liten to underground hip hop

Not sure why it was released early but its great

This album is such a breath of fresh air after all the ringtone rap on the radio. You should buy the whole album, but if your only looking for a song or two, but the song "Dope" the lyrics are amazing


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Oldominion crew members and MCs Onry Ozzborn and JFK had been meaning to do a project together for a while, but it wasn't until after they heard Cannibal Ox's 2001 album, The Cold Vein, that they decided to organize themselves. The finalized their lineup in 2003 with the addition of bass player Rob Castro, who had played on Ozzborn's The Grey Area. After Grayskul recorded over 30 songs and released a tour-only LP, their music got into the hands of Rhymesayers head Siddiq (Brent Sayers), who liked...
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