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Album Review

The Geto Boys' Till Death Do Us Part finds them expanding on the success of "Mind Playing Tricks on Me" with "Six Feet Deep," but more frequently it keeps to their standard gangsta rap and shock formula with tracks like "Murder Avenue" and "This Dick's for You."

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This album is an absolute classic. I am a long-time GB fan and while Big Mike is no Willie D., Big Mike put it down. There is no way I can compare Willie D and Big Mike because their styles are so different. But I will say that Big Mike jumped on this cd and fit right in. One of my favorite albums by the GB. I am listening to Murder After Midnight as I right this review. A must have for any Down South Rap Fan

Classic

Still jammin like a fool !!

Geto Boys are the best

This is by far my favorite album of all time. I know every song by heart. Geto Boys will always be my favorite!!!!

Biography

Formed: 1986 in Houston, TX

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Though the controversial subject matter of gangsta rap wasn't much of a barrier to popular success during the '90s, the Geto Boys' recordings proved almost too extreme for widespread exposure. Blocked from distributing their 1990 major-label debut by Geffen -- who insisted that a track dealing with necrophilia as well as murder was a step too far -- the group was saved by producer Rick Rubin, who arranged another distributor for the album, released on his own Def American label. The controversy,...
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