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Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (Dec 22 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00000G3X7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 357 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,822 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. My Niggas - Skit
2. Bring Your Whole Crew
3. Pac Man - Skit
4. Ain't No Way
5. We Don't Give a Fuck
6. Keep Your Shit The Hardest
7. Coming From - (featuring Mary J. Blige)
8. It's All Good
9. The Omen
10. Slippin'
11. No Love 4 Me
12. Dogs for Life
13. Blackout
14. Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood
15. Heat
16. Ready To Meet Him

Product Description


DMX's primal grooves pump as relentlessly as an AK-47, and he's not afraid to mix it up. -- Entertainment Weekly

There's plenty of his trademark growl and bite in this collection of hard-core street tales, which should satisfy fans of his debut. -- USA Today


One of the breakout stars of 1998 hip-hop, DMX wasted little time in following up his US No. 1 album It's Dark and Hell Is Hot with Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood. If the quick turnaround seems surprising, maybe it's because DMX's second LP doesn't fall far from the original tree. Key to his formula, DMX has mastered the art of thug-life anthems, following in the dubious footsteps of 2Pac and Noreaga. While his gruff voice and simple delivery help make his songs infectious, they're rarely creative, especially with anaemic beats, redundant subject matter, and his trademark barks. Basically, Flesh of My Flesh is a perfect buy for those who couldn't wait a whole year for another DMX LP, but it won't convert many new listeners. --Oliver Wang

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Format: Audio CD
DMX has such a lack of talent. There are so many instances where he doesnt even rhyme. He sells his gimmicky bark, and love of dogs (which Snoop already sported) to little 13 year olds, who dont know that DMX has no talent. The man is a deranged person. He is always talking about raping women, killing, and how the street life has affected him mentally. After coming anywhere close to this album, I can understand why he claims he is mentally disturbed- because he is. I dont know any other rapper who would cover themselves in "blood" on their front cover. Listen to something that could elevate your mind, like Aceyalone, Black Star, older Nas, Common, and basically any other underground joints you can get your hands on. Hopefully, Earl Simmons' bark will be something of the past, before too much time passes. Peace.
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Format: Audio CD
On his 1st album he did not get the production that Raw rappers
need wich is soothing hopefully like with cannibus this is his
Rip the Jacker.Song by Song Review
2.Bring your who crew on-shows his Raw rapping 9/10
4.Aint no way-does not go with his voice 8/10
5.We Don't give a-Good beat does not Blend 9/10
6.Keep your s the hardest-does not fit him 6/10
7.Coming From-F Mary J. this is okay 7/10
8.Its all good-Great Lyrically and its tight 10/10
9.Omen-this does fit him good it is better 9/10
10.Slippin-Perfect for his type of rapper masterpiece 10/10
11.No Love 4 Me-Not that great 6/10
12.Dogs for Life-Does fit his style 8/10
13.Blackout-this fits DMX and J-Kiss he's the same 10/10
14.Flesh of my Flesh Blood of my Blood-Great 10/10
15.The Heat-does fit his style he does great 10/10
Raw rappers need either soothing beat are wierd style beat.
Lyrics 10/10 Production 7/10 X Factor 8/10 Style 8/10 Voice 8
Music 9/10 Innovative 7/10 Classic 7/10 Guest 8/10 Blends 7/10
Overall a 79 wich is a low 4 Mic album ****
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Format: Audio CD
If you're looking for "It's dark and hell is hot" Part 2 you may be disappointed with this one. Which makes me wonder why only 7 months after that legendary debut album he released this, he could've just rested on his laurels, the Hard Knock Life Tour w/ Jay-Z was about to happen and a few months later the first Ruff Ryders compilation , "Ryde or Die: Volume 1" was coming out. I can remeber many fans (myself included) who were confused with this sudden follow-up. There were the old and new DMX albums, yet the first one was released last May!
That said, this is an extremely strong album in it's own light. "Slippin" was a somewhat poor choice for a first single in that it was mellow. The opener "My Niggaz" is a semi-skit with a nice keyboard line. Speaking of skits, there's only one more on the entire album, "Pac-Man" which is the perfect compliment to "Mickey" off his debut. DMX's superb flow accompanies the beats well.Trouble maker Damien returns for "The omen", which features a terrific background noise inspired by a Heart rate machine at a hospital. Marilyn Manson, like him or not, sings the chorus. Some may complain that "It's all good" is a bit cliched, but it goes along with his "I don't give a" attitude. There's a clever use of the Tania Gardner "Heartbeat"/"Turnaround" bass line.
The afforementioned "Slippin" is good. X once again employs a female singer with a pretty voice to sing the background vocals.
On "No love 4 me" he continues to demonstrate his lyrical prowess, along with help from fellow Ruff Ryder Drag-ON, who also rips it. Next is my favorite song on the whole CD "Dogs for life" which is widely overlooked in the DMX catalog, it contains deep introspective lyrics from Dark Man and he even speaks a little Spanish. Es Loco, Muy Bien!
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By A Customer on July 28 1999
Format: Audio CD
This album has nothing good to offer.It is totally weak and rather sad.DMX should front a rap/metal band or something his voice is great but that's about it.If he was in a band like Body Count,fronted by a real MC Ice-T who could kick everyones ass,he would do good.What really hurts DMX is that his beats are horrible and boring and his raps are all the same.You don't have to rap about something new you just have to be good at it like Jay-Z.DMX is pissed off all the time and talks about killing and stuff all the time but in reality he's just got an attitude problem.This so-called "thug" thing he gives out is been borrowed,I mean stolen,from 2pac and can't really do that right even.DMX isn't a horrible rapper he's just not a good one.The only good songs are "The Omen","Slippin'",and "Ready to meet him" .I still can't believe Marilyn Manson is on hear but I like that.The one thing I don't like is now that rap is the new rock,well sort of,KoRn?,every sorry ass white teenager is jumping on the Hip-Hop bandwagon.Back in '92 I had listened to nothing but rap and never even considered rock music.Everyone was into grunge and I was one of the few white people to listen to rap now I'm listening to everything from Hole to U.N.K.L.E. to KoRn and everything else except pop and country because rap is fading away and I'm only 15 and now more about REAL rap than most!Everything with success in rap seems to suck everything underground in rap is amazing.The last great rap album was by DJ QBert in '98 that had no vocals but featured a dj remember them?
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