Hell Hath No Fury (studio album) by Clipse

Hell Hath No Fury by Clipse
Year: 2006
Release date: 2006-11-28
Overall rank: 1,786th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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79/100 (from 155 votes)
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Award Top albums of the 2000s (291st)
Award Best albums of all time (1,786th)
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From 08/14/2023 19:26
Good ass mid 2000s rap album. Pusha has some serious bars and his flow is wild. Some songs sound a bit dated and have that generic early 2000s hip hop vibe but more than half of the album sounds very fresh and if very enjoyable. I love that Pharrell sound. This album, in my opinion, mixes the best of southern rap and east coast rap and the result is great. 8/10
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80/100
From 03/07/2021 18:09
Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury is an album that took way too long to be completed, but in the end it was worth the wait. Production wise, the "less is more" approach works really close to perfection, though it has to be said that some -actually, most - of the hooks are questionable - to put it mildly. When it comes to rapping, I can't say I noticed any significant difference (for better or worse) in comparison to Lord Willin', they might not be the most charming rappers around, but they get their point across without any trouble whatsoever. The themes of the album involve a lot of the typical bragging ("No hotta, flow droppa since Poppa You penny-ante niggas see I know copper Left the game on a high note, flow opera Pusha still got them keys, I can unlock ya See that watch on the sleeve? Call it show-stopper Nigga ball around the world, call me globe trotter Trick dollar, ask what I feel? Nada Give a bitch yellow fever, all these gold bottles And late models, I lean throttles") and gangsta ("Mask on face, Glock in hand I was in and out of homes like the Orkin Man Never listen to my parents like an orphan man Strong finger on the trigger like it's in dwarf's hands Confiscate goodies like Repo Man Sam Make nigga kick that can Fall victim to the Klick Klack Klan My vixen eat ya face like she Ms. Pac-Man") stuff, but they are wisecracking enough to get away with it. Plus, we get to see the darker side as well, it's not all about glory ("Top off the coupe, that's how JFK got shot, B Can't let niggas roll up beside me, and 2Pac me Holla if you hear me, tears flowing sincerely Check up on my block weekly, my health yearly Something's wrong with me, niggas don't get along with me Got a fo-fo, hope your body got strong kidneys, oh!"). Out of the guests, Ab-Liva is the one that delivers my favorite verse in Ride Around Shining ("Ha! It's that look that astounds Life's a circus, I parade the 6 through these clowns The crown is vacant, I'm taking the proper steps I'm takin' them Poppa steps, they prayin' for my downfall Is it the bling, the king, conquistador That my jeweler made the face blush on the Franck Muller The R shape peculiar, it's awesome, laying over dark skin Looking like arson when I park in the left, it's constant Minute hand is like Parkinson's You a fish where the sharks a-swim In that opaque linen with the odd-colored stitching V12 on the Modena, you can see the pistons HREs on it, mami, see it glisten When I (*vrrroom*) make all of her twist like Dickens It's feeling like parts is missing, top stole, push soul Gotta drive it like pole position 'til my soul is risen").
To sum it up, I would rank this as my favorite Clipse album.
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Rating:  
75/100
From 11/27/2020 22:41
Very good records with each song being really catchy, would have loved more album like this from the Clipse.
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90/100
From 04/10/2020 14:18
Manages to reach the same heights as "Lord Willin" but is more consistent in style as well as in quality. Great album!
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From 06/08/2019 15:38
It's time to talk about one of the best southern hip-hop albums of all time: Clipse's "Hell Hath No Fury". The Clipse is a duo of two brothers, Pusha T and Malice, two guys from Virginia who were lucky the day their path crossed that of Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, producers of Neptunes. Thanks to the experiments of the two famous producers, what could have sounded like ordinary southern hardcore rap is transformed into formidable hip-hop with minimal productions and emaciated electronic beats. In terms of texts, Pusha T and Malice seem totally addicted to their stories of dealers and everything that happens in their street: coke, cash, cars, girls ... Raw themes that would be nothing without the rage that drives them. Pusha T is clearly one of the most raw rappers of all time. And yes, Pusha is one of my favorite rappers. After "Lord Willin '", first album with "Grindin'", this second record is a success on the whole line (of coke).

9/10

Best track: "Trill"
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Rating:  
80/100
From 04/23/2018 06:12
But here’s my review of it:

This is pretty much the only pure hip hop album, that I can enjoy from beginning to end. Usually I need a good portion of melody in my music now and then, but Pusha T’s and Malice’s rapping, and The Neptunes’ enviably out-of-the-box beats are enough to keep me going. The only melody to it are Pharrell’s micro-pop hooks (as I like to call them), which are just at the edge of being completely off-key. But just like punk, hip hop should be a little unsettling; just enough so you enjoy it maximally, while it maximally annoys your neighbours.
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Rating:  
80/100
From 04/16/2018 14:32
Just to be clear: Grindin’ had the same minimalistic style as this album and it was released in 2002. ‘Madvillainy inspired’ my ass. If anything, they were inspired by Clipse.
Another example of how people on this site desperately try to shove the credits to obscure, underground artists when in fact it is a very mainstream figure like Pharrell Williams who deserves it.
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95/100
From 07/13/2015 02:41
Top to bottom this is just one of most beautifully produced rap albums ever I've heard. And the raps are so damn sexy too. Man, I just think this is basically a perfect, filler-free, all banger filled masterpiece. There's absolutely no fat here. No bs skits, nothing but absolutely astounding beats with great raps all the way through. Marvelous.
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From 06/29/2012 16:35
What separates this from other forms of gangster rap is that it doesn't get caught up in glorifying the life style. Instead, Hell Hath No Furry has far more in common with the great Ghetto Boyz track "Mind Playing Tricks on Me" then "Nuthin' But A 'G' Thang". The Clipse show the struggle that is living that lifestyle so perfectly that the album is the musical version of the great tv series The Wire. And as to be expected, The Neptunes production is some of the best of the decade.
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