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Perfect

I'm a huge Twisted fan and this album just shows how much he's improved since Shoot For The Face. He's incredibly talented and his music makes you want to listen to it on repeat forever. No doubt one of the best, most underrated rappers out there.

Not for casual rap fans

If you just know about Twisted from his appearances from Tech's singles, then you may not enjoy this album. If your not a fan of double time flow, horrorcore or gangsta rap then you may not find this album enjoyable, as these are the things that make up this album. But if you enjoyed K.O.D. and the Lynch Hung Strange series then you will enjoy this album.

The album does a great job of portraying a dark and hopeless mood with various samples and dark humor skits. The Insane Asylum plays like a better crafted Mannibalector, but less personal. All of the guest features hit hard, and do nothing but justice to the songs. Some of the tracks stand out more than others (i.e. Pick your poison, I kill, I could've been, bat outta hell, undergound, etc.). But the album is overstuffed with filler tracks that remind you of Twisted's metaphors of murdering the rap game, and how he will dispose of the bodies. Tracks like "scary stories", and "night chronicles" are just there to keep the album going.

Brainsick 1.0 is the song that hits you with all the double time flow you can handle, while "On my sh*t", and "I'm sick of" gives you Twisted's opinion of the rap game. "Tonight" would have been a great song without him but he doesn't hurt the track.

If you are expecting to hear great story telling or to find out exactly who Twisted Insane is when his is outside of the Asylum, not on tour or outside the club you won't find that hear. You are better of doing what "On my sh*t" says and do the research. My personal favorites are "I could've been" and "I Kill", with the former having the perfect quote "you can be that sunshine, I can be that moonlight". Whether you dig Twisted Insane or not, just remember that there are MONSTERS that roam the earth.

Brainsick1.0

Thanx to the homie Twisted Insane for putting me on! #brainsick-Sikcyde!

The Insane Asylum, Twisted Insane
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