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Kool Keith "Undatakerz" CD

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Audio CD (May 11, 2004)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Activate
ASIN: B0001O3V38
Average Customer Review:
3.3 out of 5 stars
6 customer reviews
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#405,812 in CDs & Vinyl ( See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl )
in  CDs & Vinyl > Rap & Hip-Hop > West Coast
in  CDs & Vinyl > Rap & Hip-Hop > Experimental Rap
in  CDs & Vinyl > Rap & Hip-Hop > Pop Rap
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Frankly, I couldn't care less about the rest of the album, though it probably is halfway decent, but Kool Keith's verses on "Dark Space" and "6 Feet Under" measure up to any other verses he's made. Also "(Party in the) Morgue" and its remix are definitely good.
Pretty good
With the awesomeness of the Project Polaroid album fresh in my mind I started uploading my old Kool Keith albums to the iPod today. Well, this disk keeps getting spit back out my computer... If this isn't a hint I don't know what is.\nDefinitely pick up the Polaroid disk and even if you are trying to complete a Kool Keith collection, consider leaving Undertakerz out.
my computer keeps ejecting the disk
Christine M. Horne
It is insane how far ahead of the rest of the [rap] world Kool Keith is. Kool Keith is to modern music what Sun Ra is to jazz. Both artists produce an insane amount of absurdly consistent music, and both get just about no play or sales. Dr. Octagon is gone, but we got Dr. Dooom. Then we got the Spankmaster, and now we have Reverand Tom. Why fault the man for wanting to move on? It's a given, this is boundary pushing music just by virtue of Keith's involvement. If you've stopped caring what he produced, a...
Dudes! It's the new Kool Keith.
Clayton Ackermann
love Kool Keith and all of his personas. however this was a somewhat miss, the title song is good but most of the other songs are lacking.
has some good songs
Ian Shedd
Those that love Keith might be disappointed this album does not feature him extensively, but the whole point of this album is fort Keith to get these other artists recognition. I bought this album years ago and purchased it again last night. Personally, I enjoy this album because it deviates from Keith's typical NY flavor. I enjoy when he does southern hip-hop and works with artists outside of his normal genre and region. If you love classic KK, stay away, if you are adventurous and would like to here so...
Not the typical NYC KK album.
I bought this album purely because it has Kool Keiths name on it, what a mistake besides the Reverand Tom intro the album is garbage.\nKeith isn't on 2/3rds of the album. And my white sister could rhyme better than the chick on this album. Just stay away, if you want some decent worth while Kool Keith check out, Dr Dooom, Octo, Diesel Truckers or Black Elvis.

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