Mm.. Food (studio album) by MF DOOM
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This record will always have a special place in my heart, as it was the first DOOM I ever listened to. In my eyes, this album cements why DOOM is one of the greatest (if not the greatest) producers of all time. The production is so amazing and weird and I absolutely love all the strange and nerdy samples sprinkled in all over the record. This album also displays that DOOM is one of the greatest (and weirdest) to ever touch the mic.
"What up? To all rappers: shut up with your shutting up
And keep a shirt on, at least a button-up
Yuck, is they rhymers or strippin' males?
Out-of-work jerks since they shut down Chippendales" is one of the most memorably and hilarious rap lines of all time and there's so many examples of lines like this all over the albums.
Good Record, RIP DOOM
Wish I would've gotten into him sooner... R.I.P. DOOM
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Crazily impressive achievement in the Doom discography. A fantastic and original idea executed brilliantly.
I feel like this album was gonna be a 10/10 from listening to the first 5 songs, but the second half became more boring, but MF Doom does pick up the album with the last 3 songs. This is probably my favorite MF
Doom Project to date.
Too many skits
Spread out the instrumental tracks and you'd have a near perfect album experience.
This album is incredibly underrated. It takes everything that I love anout hil hop and uses it in some of the most interestings ways possible. The first thing that I want to talk about is how diverse MF DOOM can be, while also sounding incredibly consistent. He relentlessly spits energetic and hilarious puns about his food obsession, this alone is incredibly unique. There are no moments where this is boring, once this music clicks, I became obsessed and interested in MF DOOM. Another thing that I’d like to address is how heavily he samples TV Shows. He brilliantly searches deeply through a few great superhero TV Shows to describe his own fascinating, villainous character and he even creates a very intricate and well written plot with samples alone. Finally, I want to talk about HIS FLOW. His rhyme scheme is all over the place, he hardly stops to breath, he just sounds relentless. His amount of rhymes per bar is absolutely insane. One of my favorite rap albums of all time.
The followup to Operation: Doomsday is a concept album about, well, food. It's got a similar sound to that album, but it has a much more refined and clean sound, and though I do prefer O:D, this is pretty good too. "Beef Rapp" is a hell of an opener, sampling a Spider Man episode for the beat. Madlib contributes with some production on the fantastic "One Beer", the mystical Mr. Fantasik joins in on the smooth "Rapp Snitch Knishes", "Deep Fried Frenz" is an extremely honest song about friendship, and "Kookies" sample the outro to Sesame Street for a song about goddamn jerking off to internet porn (he unfortunately had to reissue it with a new beat because of some copyright problems. The new version isn't as good). In the middle of the album there's 4 skits/instrumentals/whateveryouwannacallthems right after each other, which some find annoying. I'm fine with them, but they're far from album highlights.
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