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Muggs Presents the Soul Assassins, Chapter II Explicit Lyrics, Import

4.2 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Oct. 3 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Import
  • Label: Rufflife
  • ASIN: B00004YTVT
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
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1. Real Life - Kool G. Rap
2. We Will Survive - G.O.D. Pt.III Of Infamous Mob
3. You Better Believe It - X'zibit & King Tee
4. When The Fat Lady Sings - Gza
5. This Some'n To - Goodie Mob
6. Armageddon (Interlude) - Kurupt
7. Victory Or Defeat - Hostyle Of Screwball
8. Heart Of The Assassin - Chace Infinite/Krondon/Phenam a.k.a. Don Krisis/Ras Kass
9. Suckers Are Hidin - Dilated Peoples
10. When The Pain Inflict - Kurupt/Roscoe
11. Don't Trip - Cypress Hill
12. Razor To Your Throat - Everlast
13. Millennium Thrust - Self-Scientific

Product Description

After Forming Cypress Hill Together with B Real and Sen Dog Back in 1991, Muggs and Cypress Hill Took the World by Storm with their Edgy Lyrics and Phat Street Beats.

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How this album cn be slated I do not know. Muggs has worked with high-profile artists in his time (Dr.Dre, Ice Cube, KRS-One to name a few), but on this installment of the Soul Assassins, he works with less well-known artists.
He wanted to surprise a few people because he could easily have an album filled with artists that are guaranteed to sell but Muggs prefers to keep things closer to the streets.
From Kool G Rap's tremendous opening, this album is brilliant. Admittadly, there are tracks that lack something but when you work with so many different artists, what do you expect?
This album is a marked improvement on the first album and I believe that the stand-out tracks that are Muggs-produced are from GZA, Everlast and Heart of the Assassin. The best track, I think, is the Alchemist produced Dilated Peoples track. The chimed beats are typical of him and the production wrk is phat. The beat for this track is remarkably similar to that of Royce Da 5"9's I'm the King, which of course was produced by Al.
Overall, if you wanna hear a sample of the underground plus a few well-known artists going back to the roots, then get this album...
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In this album Dj Muggs the brilliant Dj behind the beats of the west coast super group Cypress Hill, delivers a follow up to his
previously released compilation album Soul Assassins:Chapter 1. But Soul Assassins is a more gloomy type of album similar to the style Cypress Hill took in its "Temples of Boom" album. But this album is really underated, which is a shame because of the talent that is on this album and the one that came before it. Some of the artists that appear on this album include; GZA, Xzibit, Kurupt, Cypress Hill, Everlast, King T,Ras Kass,Goodie Mob, Kool G Rap, and Snoop Dogg ( who appears on the intro of Kurupts and Roscoes track but isnt listed. Pssst...Heres another reason to get this album at the end of the CD version theres a hidden track Done by the GZA which is slammin... so keep track 15 running if you have it. (5:16) Hint hint... There are really no disappionting tracks who ever said that is crazy. I'll be the first to admit that Skull and Bones was Muggs' weakest production to date but this album eclipses it,you can tell he spent time perfecting the beats on this album, and Everlast's and cypress' track are some of the albums strongest tracks. Believe me you won't be disappionted with this compilation album, like other compilation albums that have been put out by artist like Dr.Dre (that aftermath album) and p diddy..this one is really a tight compilation album get it!
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DJ Muggs is without a doubt one of the most underrated producers in the game. He's been crafting phat tracks for over a decade. On Soul Assassins Chapter II he uses an inimitable formula of dark chilling pianos and horrorcore-style organ riffs to make your head bob and bring out the thug and gangsta in us all.
Not all the MCs unfortunately are up to par with each other though. Kool G. Rap has a tight hook on the opening track "Real Life", but the rest of the rhyme is a little weak. G.O.D. Pt. III's track is pretty nice. Hostyle's "Victory or Defeat" is not very good and Goodie Mob's track is terrible in spite of a catchy hook. "Heart of the Assassin" starts out bangin' but quickly dwindles (luckily it isn't too long). Dilated Peoples prove themselves worthy of their rep more on this one track than they did on their entire debut album (the lackluster 'The Platform'). Xzibit puts in a pretty impressive performance on "You Better Believe It" and Kurupt brings the heat as always on "When the Pain Inflict". Longtime Muggs affiliates Cypress Hill and Everlast both get individual tracks that are somewhat disappointing, but not too bad.
My favorite track on the whole album -- the GZA's "When the Fat Lady Sings", it pulses with a jolting bassline and a killer string arrangement overlayed by weird samples topped off with the best rap on the whole album.
Overall, Muggs lays down some bangin' joints, but the rappers have little inspiration and make about half the tracks fall short
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Soul Assasins 2 is a great album, a far better effort from DJ Muggs than Cypress Hill's very lacklustre Skull & Bones album. Muggs uses his trusty formula of lowkey piano samples, dark and minimalistic production inspired by Black Sabbath, Doors and others.
While he's formula has began to repeat itself on the past few Cypress Hill albums, he's produced some killer tracks on his solo effort. It's not solely his work however as veteran Soul Assasins cliq member Alchemist drops a few bomb tracks, similar to his "Deadly Assasins" cut on Everlast's new album.
The quality and flow of the guest rappers is uneven with Kool G Rap, G.O.D pt3 of the Infamous Mob, Everlast, Kurupt & Roscoe along with Dilated Peoples being the dopest emcees..not to mention a standout cut from Xzibit and King-T, latter being one of the most slept on emcees of late.
Muggs weaves his dark dank sound well and he only falters in few of the albums 14 cuts, the bad ones sound like they've been left off Skull and Bones. All songs are dark and ominious, this is a very moody album which Soul Assasins do best.
Soul Assasins will indeed survive.
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