Sunday, July 4, 2010

5 Good or bad rap album covers (?) part 4

Dr. Dooom; First Come, First Served


First Come, First Served
is the third studio album by
American emcee Keith Thornton, better known as Kool Keith.
Released in 1999, it is his first release under the alias Dr. Dooom.

The album's concept involves a serial killer named Dr. Dooom,
who has a fondness for "cannibalism, pet rats, and Flintstones vitamins".
The album opens with Dr. Dooom murdering Dr. Octagon.
According to Steve Huey,
this "[signals] Keith's desire to move away
from the alternative Hip Hop audience who embraced
that album and back to his roots in street-level Hip Hop".
The lyrical content is darker and more violent than that of Dr. Octagonecologyst.
Huey states that the album's lyrics are "way too far out to fulfill Keith's aspirations; he simply doesn't fit into Hip Hop's obsession with realism."
The album's cover is a parody of those designed by
No Limit Records most notably Silkk the Shockers Charge It 2 Da Game

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Wikipedia


Disco Rick: "The Negro's Back"


Disco Rick (a/k/a Ricky Taylor) is a
Miami bass hip-hop musician who has served as
performer and producer over the past 15 years.

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Wikipedia


Big Bear 'Doin Thangs'


The ostentatious cover of Big Bear's "Doin Thangs" album,
a prime example of Pen & Pixel's rap aesthetic.

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Wikipedia


187Fac; Fac Not Fiction


Fac Not Fiction is the second studio album by American rap group 187 Fac,
released August 26, 1997 on Penalty Recordings.
It was produced by
Ant Banks, Clint "Payback" Sands, Ephriam Galloway, Ivan Johnson, Mike Mosely and Spice 1.
The album peaked at number 81 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
It features guest performances by
Spice 1, Ant Banks, B-Legit, V-Dal, Big Lurch and Captain Save 'Em.

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Wikipedia


Po' White Trash; Po' Like Dis

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Related links;
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 1)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 2)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 3)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 4)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 5)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 6)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 7)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (part 8)
and
5 Good or bad rap album covers (?) part 9

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