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are you excited for the Boondox album?
March 16, 2017
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yay or nay

March 16, 2017
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After the 3 videos no. 

Whoop whoop Nyro :

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March 16, 2017
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About halfway. I loved the murder and he fuckin crushed his verse on psychomania. Seriously, put that shit in your ride and crank it up. Gets me hype.

March 16, 2017
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Dox is pretty hit or miss for me. But this one is looking good so far.

March 17, 2017
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Same here, dude it pretty hit or miss with me.  Last thing I heard from him was South of Hell, and it was ok.  I never even bothered to check out that Abbadon one...whatever its called...

March 19, 2017
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In my opinion you should give that abbadon album a spin. I liked it better than everything else of his besides krimson Kreek. Harvest had several good tracks as well but it also has some corny shit. Lookin forward to the murder, I like most of his music.

"How come there ain't enough for everyone, how come you can't take back the shit that you've done?"

 

March 19, 2017
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he was a really cool dude when I met him (think he was opening for Tech N9ne or Kottonmouth Kings...it was right around the time AMB first left the label I think)...my mom called me while I was talking to him and I started telling him about how she loves the song Lady in the Jaguar and he straight up grabbed the phone from me, thanked her, and asked if she was watching football because he had to see how Georgia was doing lol

as for his music I do agree he can be hit or miss at times...I agree like his goofier, country stuff more than the dark/grimy murder shit but to each's own...hope there's a nice mix of both on this new album...Harvest and Krimson Kreek are 2 of my favorites 

March 19, 2017
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djscrubb said
Same here, dude it pretty hit or miss with me.  Last thing I heard from him was South of Hell, and it was ok.  I never even bothered to check out that Abbadon one...whatever its called...  

I agree with Samurai... Abaddon is like night and day compared to South of Hell. Abaddon starts off awesome and stays solid for most of the album. Lots of variety, some evil, some goofiness, better lyricism than usual. Fitting guests. Yeah, it's a worthwhile album for sure, peep it.

March 20, 2017
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That's whats up, Ill check it out for sure then.  Thanks brotha!

March 20, 2017
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No

YOU KNOW THEY AINT NO SUCH THING AS LEFTOVER CRACK!!!- Leftover Crack

March 20, 2017
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after hearing the new songs...nope. Was never really much into Boondox.Hit n miss..I like some of his wicked/dark shit but nothing seems to grab me yet.

March 22, 2017
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I want to be excited but I really can't say any of his singles recently have stood out. The direction and sound he's adopted since joining MNE just doesn't blend with his rap style. In all honesty he sounds like a bootleg version of himself these days. He's a good rapper. Definitely, but the beats I've heard just don't blend well. Harvest was good very gimmicky but a start. Krimson Kreek expanded past the character to who he is as an individual. South Of hell continued to journey us in to David Huttos dark mind and dark history. Abaddon had some awesome down south dirty rap rock horror​ themes. The Murder so far comes of as a B rate horror film. I'm hoping the best hasn't been shown yet.

March 22, 2017
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Never cared for boondox. Don't see that changing. 

Whoop whoop Noah Fence :

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March 22, 2017
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Got through the first listen and its not bad at all. Don't let the singles sway you. I have to give it a few more listens to give it a better review.

March 23, 2017
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albums dope...would have liked some more light hearted stuff but what we got was dope...I like that Madrox kinda took over the J role too as far as singing a lot of the hooks and background vocals...adds to it quite a bit...definitely a heavier rock vibe on a good amount of the album much like Twiztid's latest...G-Mo slayed the group song

March 24, 2017
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After listening to the album I gotta say the singles didn't display how explosive this album is. I remember I didn't care for PYEO but it's grown on me. The only tracks I disliked were Bloodletting and Sitting on the the Porch.  Feeding the Machine gave me a Prozak feeling being more political then most of Boonodoxs work. One thing I enjoyed is their was no goofy songs that didn't feel out of place. I always felt Violent J obligated Boondox to have one ho-down downspout track like Kikedoe and My Night which felt out of place on Abaddon. G-Mo I couldn't wait for his verse. Young Wicked felt a little lost in the mix. It's unfortunate Gorilla Voltage wasn't able to get their verse on the main album. Although they did get featured on the single with the entire roster. 

March 26, 2017
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thatjuggal91 said
After listening to the album I gotta say the singles didn't display how explosive this album is. I remember I didn't care for PYEO but it's grown on me. The only tracks I disliked were Bloodletting and Sitting on the the Porch.  Feeding the Machine gave me a Prozak feeling being more political then most of Boonodoxs work. One thing I enjoyed is their was no goofy songs that didn't feel out of place. I always felt Violent J obligated Boondox to have one ho-down downspout track like Kikedoe and My Night which felt out of place on Abaddon. G-Mo I couldn't wait for his verse. Young Wicked felt a little lost in the mix. It's unfortunate Gorilla Voltage wasn't able to get their verse on the main album. Although they did get featured on the single with the entire roster.   

I would have liked 1 2 goofier tracks but considering the album is called The Murder I suppose it was better that was kept to a minimum...just glad it still had the country vibe for the most part and Madrox sounded great on the choruses (although I'd like to hear Boondox handle more of them on next release as he's also a pretty good singer in his own right)

March 26, 2017
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thatjuggal91 said
After listening to the album I gotta say the singles didn't display how explosive this album is. I remember I didn't care for PYEO but it's grown on me. The only tracks I disliked were Bloodletting and Sitting on the the Porch.  Feeding the Machine gave me a Prozak feeling being more political then most of Boonodoxs work. One thing I enjoyed is their was no goofy songs that didn't feel out of place. I always felt Violent J obligated Boondox to have one ho-down downspout track like Kikedoe and My Night which felt out of place on Abaddon. G-Mo I couldn't wait for his verse. Young Wicked felt a little lost in the mix. It's unfortunate Gorilla Voltage wasn't able to get their verse on the main album. Although they did get featured on the single with the entire roster.   

I feel much the same way, but I disagree on Bloodletting. that's one of my favorite songs off the album. I really liked I'm a Mess and The Purge as well.

 

That said, does anyone else find it kind of odd how many songs have Jamie on it? I don't know, I love Jamie but it's something that stood out to me; not in a good way, not in a bad way. Just kinda weird how Jamie is on like, every other song. Or at least it felt that way.

March 27, 2017
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jiggles the clown said

I feel much the same way, but I disagree on Bloodletting. that's one of my favorite songs off the album. I really liked I'm a Mess and The Purge as well.

 

That said, does anyone else find it kind of odd how many songs have Jamie on it? I don't know, I love Jamie but it's something that stood out to me; not in a good way, not in a bad way. Just kinda weird how Jamie is on like, every other song. Or at least it felt that way.  

I noticed that. Kinda odd. Didn't know what to make of him all over the album. The more I listen to the album I fucking love the track Purge. The beat is weird as fuck and I love how Monoxides rapping comes on with that odd  alienish sound effect. I'm still debating on where this album ranks with Boondoxs other work. He's evolved big time since he debuted on Psychopathic in 2006. Currently as things stand South of Hell is my favorite Boondox album. It was just so fucking brutal and really didn't have any special guests except ICP on Watch your Back which was my favorite Boondox and ICP collaboration.

March 28, 2017
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I thoroughly enjoyed it. In all honesty, there hasn't been a Boondox album I didn't like. South of Hell is my least favorite of his catalogue, but as an artist Dox is probably the only artist out of any label that I can say hasn't put out an album that I dislike overall. It's also worth noting that I'm also not a country boy by any measure- save for the odd psychobilly record there's nothing in my collection that approaches his sound.

The reason I can always count on enjoying a Boondox record is consistency in his music. Just like with any artist, his sound evolves from album to album, but with Dox it never seems like this goes past the point that it ought to. You can notice a similar linear progression in the early Joker's Cards, before the days where each record has a vastly different sound from album to album. What makes Boondox's case so interesting is that his album production changes hands from record to record, so this seems to be a rare case of an artist knowing the kind of music they want to make and then making it.

The Murder is arguably his most progressive in terms of experimental sound, but it never feels too 'out there' or far removed from his earlier work, even if it reaches into heady territory. 'Cannibalistic Prodigal Misfit' is my favorite track on the album, but it very well may be the weirdest damned track he's ever done. Jamie Madrox's co-production is all over this album (I can't help but think the spoken word intro's distinctly Skeletor-like cadence is a direct result of this, but I'm speculating there), which isn't a bad thing for this album. However, especially with him being a frequent collaborator on Blaze's projects, I think overuse of Jamie's talents might lead to the 'Violent J' effect of future music sounding too similar, or too specifically produced.

But overall, yea, I dug the album.

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