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Album Review

Five personalities spit game and talk mess in humorous and fantastic fashion on Pimp to Eat. Deeply synthed 808 and 909 kicks power these retro godfathers' boasts, stories, and pimp/pop-culture laden non sequiturs. Keith Korg aka Kool Keith steals the show; no one ever quite sounds as bugged out or charismatic. The others generally follow Keith's non-linear abstract route, the exception being Ice Oscillator aka Ice-T. Ice plays the thugged-out pimp a little too well, his persona noticeably aggressive and misogynistic. Everyone does their part, though, in executing this conceptually creative and brilliant album — check out the Analog Brothers-under-attack epic "War" and the futuristic players ball "Perms, Baldheads, Afro's, and Dred's" for prime examples. If the Brothers take a while to sink in lyrically, the music is fortunately consistent and engaging, darkly funkdafied with seriously programmed stop/start grooves. Pimp to Eat comes together like a great Marvel Comics supervillian crossover — make way for the retro pimps from the future.

Customer Reviews

I loved this album.

However when you download it off Itunes they neglect to tell you that this is the instrumental version.

No lyrics?

Great album, tragically overlooked, and unfortunately instrumental-only here on iTunes. What the crap, Apple?

treachery

weve been tricked

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Ice-T has shouted out Ultramagnetic MCs on records and in the press for years; thus it's not surprising that the O.G. hooked up with Kool Keith in the Analog Brothers. Ice assumes the alias Ice Oscillator while Keith adds Keith Korg to his long list of personas (Black Elvis, Dr.Octagon, Dr. Dooom). It's not surprising to see Rex Roland either — he worked with Keith on his porno-fueled Sex Style album and sang the hook on Ice's seminal 1988 single "I'm Your Pusher." Mark Moog and Silver Synth...
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