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Album Review

Keeping up with rapper Tech N9ne's discography is daunting since he issues albums, EPs, extras, and other whatnot at quite a clip, but this almost-LP, closer-to-EP (that fat track list features plenty of skits) deserves to stand out. Here, the formerly sorta-rock-rap artist goes completely RAWK-rap, teaming with Korn cohort/producer Ross Robinson and reaching another level of inspiration in the process. The volcanic "Public School" with guest Krizz Kaliko is a Korn-sized stomper that features sitars and a whirlwind of other great ideas, while the clever "Hiccup" features tribal drums, the sound of paranoia being strangled by paranoia, plus the guttural utterance featured in the song's title, which just happens to supply the hook. The supportive numbers are nearly as strong as the highlights, plus the skits whiz by fast enough, allowing the listener some time to deal with the adrenaline overdose. To easily slide into a different genre is one thing, but to set off fireworks while doing so is something else. Only bad news about this Therapy session is that it's a creative, cathartic blast that ends way too soon.

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Tech N9ne

Tech is the only rapper I'd trust to make an entire project in the rock genre. Best rapper alive.


I like rock music but this EP is all over the place. I only liked 2 of the songs. And for some reason the quality sounds bad like they were recording in a garage.

I like the overall idea, but Tech N9ne just needs to put more work into it. Either he didn't take this as seriously or it was rushed to quiet the fans that were wondering what happened to Kabosh. I know you can do better, Tech.

Another awesome album

Awesome job again tech


Born: November 8, 1971 in Kansas City, MO

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

While he debuted in the underground realm of horrorcore and seemed destined to be a future footnote, rapper Tech N9ne grew to be an indie rap superstar. In the process, he built his Strange Music label into a Psychopathic Records-styled empire with an accompanying loyal fan base, but when it comes to influence, Tech arguably topped underground trailblazers Insane Clown Posse thanks to collaborations with mainstream artists and a style that evolved from horrorcore to hardcore and confessional. Born...
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