Army of the Pharaohs - In Death Reborn CD

Army of the Pharaohs - In Death Reborn CDArmy of the Pharaohs
Label: Enemy Soil
Year: 2014
Price: $12.95
Format: CD

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Initiated in 1998 by Jedi Mind Tricks frontman Vinnie Paz as homage to the incredible rap crews of the 80s and early 90s, the Army of the Pharaohs has, from its outset, been an ever-evolving collective of celebrated emcees from the indie hip-hop scene. Founding members Vinnie Paz and Esoteric were featured on the crew s original 12-inch single, Five Perfect Exertions, in 1998 and remain with the crew today. With the release of their debut studio album The Torture Papers in 2006, the Pharaoh clique expanded to include accomplished solo emcees Apathy, Celph Titled, King Syze, Reef the Lost Cauze, and the Philly hip-hop duo and frequent Jedi Mind Tricks collaborators, Outerspace.

In its nearly two decades, AOTP has released three studio albums alongside countless solo albums and side projects from its lineup of emcees that have been some of the most critically-acclaimed and best-selling indie hip hop records of the past 20 years. ''In Death Reborn'' also features appearances by Blacastan, Zilla, Block McCloud, Demoz, Doap Nixon, King Magnetic & Lawrence Arnell.

Back to the hardcore y'all! These MCs are slick and deadly. Peep the track ''Good Particle'' The upbeat sample over the boom bap drums set the pace for some of the most cinematic rhymes! If you are mad at the Army, let them tack you on a journey because this is one of the best lyrical albums of the year by far!

1.Curse Of The Pharaohs (feat. Vinnie Paz / Apathy / Celph Titled / Esoteric / Reef The Lost Cauze)
2.Midnight Burial (feat. Reef The Lost Cauze / Crypt The Warchild / Esoteric / Des Devious / Celph Titled)
3.Broken Safeties (feat. Apathy / Lawrence Arnell / Vinnie Paz / Celph Titled)
4.God Particle (feat. Vinnie Paz / Planetary / Esoteric / Apathy / Celph Titled)
5.Luxor Temple (feat. Blacastan / Vinnie Paz / Apathy / Esoteric / Celph Titled / Planetary)
6.Azrael (feat. Block McCloud / Reef The Lost Cauze / Vinnie Paz / Crypt The Warchild)
7.The Demon's Blade (feat. Vinnie Paz / Celph Titled / Apathy / Blacastan / Planetary / Esoteric)
8.See You In Hell (feat. Celph Titled / Planetary / Blacastan / Vinnie Paz)
9.Headless Ritual (feat. Blacastan / Apathy / Vinnie Paz / King Syze / Zilla / Planetary)
10.Visual Camouflage (feat. Apathy / Zilla / Vinnie Paz / King Magnetic / Celph Titled / Esoteric)
11.Ninkyo Dantai (Yakuza) (feat. Vinnie Paz / Celph Titled / Blacastan / Apathy / Esoteric / Planetary)
12.Digital War (feat. Celph Titled / Planetary / Blacastan / Esoteric / Apathy / Crypt The Warchild / Vinnie Paz)
13.7th Ghost (feat. Reef The Lost Cauze / Doap Nixon / Blacastan / Demoz / Vinnie Paz)
14.Sumerians (feat. Vinnie Paz / Blacastan / Apathy / Celph Titled / Esoteric)

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This album is great , September 11, 2014
By: F Dilla Fo Reala - See all my reviews

This is the best AOTP album to date, they stepped up the production and bars. The 16 member rap group almost have equal amount of spitin bars on this project but Doap Nixon is only on one track. Another disappointment is that Jus Allah is not on this album, im not sure if he is still in the group. If you enjoyed the previous albums than you will love this one. The track God Particle is one of the hardest track I have ever heard. Buy it you won't be disappointed if you love that hardbody sound.

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