Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury Album Review
Posted on December 16, 2006 by Jamie Slaughter
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This is Clipse's long awaited sophomore LP, Hell Hath, No Fury, taken from Star Trak
records and Re-Up Gang Records. This album has been delayed many times before and has been threatening to surface for around 4
years, since their impressive debut, Lord Willin' back in 2002.
While Lord Willin' is debatably more adept, this new release also merits high recommendations. Clipse's lyrics have evolved to the next level in terms of complexity and tend to come across as more advanced.
You can always depend on The Neptunes to deliver pin point prodution so it comes as no real surprise that they do so again here.
Breakdown of some of the most influencial tracks: (All songs produced by The Neptunes)
Momma I'm so sorry - Involves a good beat and a good introduction to the remainder of the album
Mr. Me Too - This track features Pharell and is the lead off single which comes as no shock as the track is one of the best execute don the entire album, with some solid lyrics from Pharell himself.
Wamp Wamp - Slim Thug makes an appearance on this second single, but was not neccessarily required to make the track a success.
Ride Around Shining - Liva guests on this track and collaboration with the Clipse make this an explosive track with fresh verses and a unique accompanying beat.
Hello New World - Another great track, which epitamises the way in which the Clipse have grown since their previous release.
Nightmares - Bilal stars on this track and his flow is on point. A classic end to a very solid release.
Clipse deserve the praise of this release as they have produced an album of high quality and they seem to work perfectly in tandem. After a long hiatus, this release proves that they are still a solid unit and can produce classic hip hop tracks at the drop of a hat.