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Album Review

For once a press release gets things right. The one giving notice of this fine effort from Orlando-based Superiority Complex sums up the album quite nicely, calling it "lyrical, melodious, witty, hard-hitting, and just plain fun." While there would seem to be a contradiction in the statement, regarding the labels of hard-hitting and just plain fun, it's this very contradiction that makes Stand Up so interesting. Emcees Iron Monk and Poisoned Fetus offer up weird, often artsy, and sometimes ultra-violent wordplay in the finest tradition of Kool Keith and MF Doom. Underneath, Monk and Blackology's cool beats and warped samples ground and then elevate the album into the stratosphere. Like so many of their peers, Superiority Complex smack down lots of other artists while proclaiming their own prowess, but it's done in a tongue-in-cheek manner. One song has them seething with hatred at the entire world, with a final shout-out at the end of "I love you Mom" and some giggles. Elsewhere, unexpected transfigurations of Phil Collins and Vince Guaraldi gurgle melodically, adding depth and twisted glee to the proceedings. Smart, confident, and subversive, Stand Up is a promising early highlight in the careers of its participants.

Customer Reviews

Crazy album

These guys make good music. All I can say is "STAND UP"

Hip Hop At It's Finest

This album puts you in the mind frame of A Tribe Called Quest, The Roots, Black Star, De La Soul ect. With all the the bad rap Hip Hop has taken lately, It's good the know their are those who make music for young and old to enjoy. I sugggest everyone pick up album and discover what Hip Hop was, is, and forever shall be.

Incredible Music

I can't stop listening to this album, it is so honest and dope. The beats are hypnotic and the lyrics match perfectly with the beats. I do not understand why these cats aren't absolutely huge yet. The way they paid homage to A Tribe Called Quest on Butter is just sic! I would go as far as to say that it's better than the original, and trust me I am a huge ATCQ fan so that's saying a WHOLE lot about this group. Iron Monk is nice but Poison Fetus absolutely kills ish on his verses. Check out Bats if you don't believe me. Bats alone kills anything I've heard since MFDoom came out with Oper: Doomsday or Take Me To Your Leader (as King Geeedorah). You should get the whole album but if your too cheap, at least get seasons, bad, butter, bats, inferiority complex (I love how they apologize for being so dope!) rightside, and i try. You listen to any of those songs and you will become entranced! Out of my hundreds of hip hop cd's, this has quickly leaped into my top 5 of all time it's that dope! peace!

Top Albums and Songs by Superiority Complex

Stand Up, Superiority Complex
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