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The Money Store

Death Grips Audio CD
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Hailing from Sacramento, California, Death Grips was formed in late 2010 and consists of vocalist Stefan Burnett and production team Zach Hill and Andy Morin. The band dropped the highly acclaimed mix tape Exmilitary featuring the standout track "Guillotine", Time Out NY 's #1 single of 2011. The release garnered critical praise from tastemakers such as Pitchfork, NME, Spin, The New Yorker, and more, with many call outs on year end best of lists. Death Grips follow up Exmilitary with their Epic Records debut, The Money Store. The album builds on Exmilitary's unique punk rap sound and explores new territory with standout tracks "Get Got", "Blackjack", and "I've Seen Footage".

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4.0 out of 5 stars headline March 26 2014
By Adam
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Great hip hop mixed with punk or whatever. Highly recomended for everyone
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Money Store, a must buy for open-minded musicphiles April 26 2012
By M Evins - Published on Amazon.com
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Death Grips' "The Money Store" is a must buy for anyone who likes music, period. If you're new to Death Grips and haven't listened to their free downloadable mixtape "Exmilitary" , know that this album will be unlike anything you're used to hearing. I listen to a lot of Norwegian Black Metal, Hardcore Punk, EDM and Underground Rap-- despite my background, Death Grips still proves to have creative and catchy work. They aren't constrained to any genre archetypes either,so no pretentious BS here, just raw music.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Album. April 26 2012
By Kyle Herod - Published on Amazon.com
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This album is definitely not for everyone. Its visceral, full of aggressive emotions and in your face throughout. Was it for me? The answer is hell yes. Every song is diffrent from the other and has alot more variety then their mixtape Exmilitary which was still a phenomenal tape in my book. Songs on this range from atmospheric to mosh pit crazy. Replay value is huge on this thing as well. I lost count how many times ive listened to it but i have not grown tired of it. To put it siimply, i love this album and cannot wait for their next release later this year "No Love." If you havent heard any of Death Grips music and want to hear the hip hop genre being pushed to the boundaries, do not pass this masterpiece up.
20 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure Musical Bliss April 25 2012
By garbos - Published on Amazon.com
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Truly an amazing piece of work. Who would have ever thought that such a unique and powerful hiphop album could convey such emotion. The lyrics, the instrumentals, production... all of it was mastered so perfectly. It has honestly changed my life for the better. I am now off drugs, back in college and working part time to support my child. I am a new man. Mu
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5.0 out of 5 stars Just listen to 10 seconds, you will either hate it or not be able to stop playing it. Dec 23 2012
By llisandro - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't know how to describe this. I don't care what genre you want to put this in. I assume their shows end because everyone in the audience has had a heart attack.
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5.0 out of 5 stars truly unique June 9 2013
By dan k - Published on Amazon.com
this album is not for everyone, but most who will like it will probably love it. this is not for rap purists. this probably won't fit under most peoples classic definition of rap/hip-hop, and many reviews contain funny single-phrase attempts to classify this music; punk-rap, noise-rap, glitch-hop, ect. they aren't the first to make aggressive, high energy hip-hip type music, but really nothing before or after sounds quite like this. don't just listen to a couple of seconds of each song on stock computer speakers before deciding it's terrible. the production styles very on each track making some bright and colorful down to low-fi, subterranean and dark. but all are connected with a common aesthetic making it a very dynamic and varied but yet cohesive album. the vocals on most tracks are usually shouted and incoherent(read the lyrics sheet provided on the bands website if u wanna know). many of the bars are spit out not as typical rap verses but rather disjointed albeit related phrases. to me the lyrical style reminds me of almost a stream of consciousness poetry mixed with ruthless ultra-violent thuggery. and despite the sometimes liberal use of of the word "bitch"(which is never aimed towards women), there is nothing remotely misogynistic about this music, it's simply brutal, ugly, fun and beautiful often all at the same time. thus far, the only negative(1 star) review claims that this is terrible rap(funny coming from an individual who cites gavlyn and gives linken park 5 stars). i say again; this is NOT for someone looking for a remotely traditional or easy to classify rap/hip-hop album. really, the best classification for this music is extreme.
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