Hell Hath No Fury (album) by Clipse

Hell Hath No Fury
Hell Hath No Fury by Clipse (2006)
Release date: 2006-11-28
Overall rank: 2,115th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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79/100 (from 111 votes)
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Award Top albums of 2006 (47th)
Award Top albums of the 2000s (442nd)
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From Kurtco 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).


Best track: "Trill"
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From antaiospiano 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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From antaiospiano 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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From Mercury 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 Connor 08/05/2014 22:50
Madvillainy inspired production with an original twist.
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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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From Mexes87 03/19/2012 15:23
A fabolous record, really fantastic. No wonder it got the XXL rating by XXL Mag, this album has a raw dark and minimalistic sound of its own!!!
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