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Southern Discomfort

Rehab

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Album Review

From Ice-T and Schoolly D to Eminem, hip-hop has been full of dark, twisted humor. And there is no shortage of it on Southern Discomfert — this first Epic release by the Atlanta-based hip-hop duo Rehab is an impressive effort full of dark-humored references to drug and alcohol abuse. Anyone who finds Eminem's Slim Shady character entertaining will find in-your-face items like "My Addiction" (based on Run-D.M.C.'s "My Adidas") and "Crazy People" equally entertaining. But here's the tragic part: Danny Boone and Brooks — the white rappers who comprise Rehab — have firsthand knowledge of the type of things they rap about. The MCs really did meet in rehab, and the dark humor that is a big part of Southern Discomfert is their way of confronting their own history of drug addiction and alcohol abuse. So even though some of Rehab's lyrics are hilarious (if you appreciate warped humor), they are no doubt cathartic for Boone and Brooks. Much of the time, this CD is a perfect example of laughing to keep from crying, which isn't unusual for hip-hop — like the blues and country, hip-hop has a history of using humor to cope with things that are tragic. Rehab's lyrics have a way of jumping out at the listener, and the same can be said about the tracks that the duo raps to. Musically, Southern Discomfert is fairly diverse; depending on their mood, Boone and Brooks will rap to anything from funk and soul to hard rock and pop/rock. Both lyrically and musically, Southern Discomfert is among 2000's most memorable hip-hop releases.

Customer Reviews

This Album Is Worth Buying..

I bought this album back when it was released in 2000. I love it! They seem to be getting recognized now.. finally! Its original and amazing.. its funny.. but really thought provoking...

A Different Perspective

This album sloshes around through the eyes of an addict, shunted from the world, and fed up with the same old bull-ish. I fully enjoyed this album, it reminds me of the good ole days when I dind't care about the poison's i was taking and fully enjoyed the ride. Buy the album and lets take a trip through the mental crackhouse that is Rehab.

Fresh New Group that you will love

This album is the best and better than the new one that is out, if you are buying an album to get the bar tender song buy this the are more song worth your money on this album. Rehab puts Eminem (M&M) to shame.

Biography

Formed: Warner Robins, GA

Genre: Rock

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

The Southern hip-hop duo called Rehab were literally a product of their namesake. Original members Danny Boone and Brooks Buford, both recovering alcoholics and drug addicts, met at a local rehab facility and connected over their love of music. Mashing rap with rock, the duo released their debut album, Southern Discomfort, in 2000 on the Sony label. Cee-Lo, Goodie Mob, and Cody ChesnuTT were some of the guests on the album, which would spawn the Top 15 modern rock hit "It Don't Matter." Two years...
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