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9 thoughts on “ Atoms To Adam - Killah Priest - Heavy Mental (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. As one of the late-arriving members of the Wu-Tang Clan, perhaps it isn't surprising that Killah Priest doesn't follow the RZA blueprint as strictly as his peers. His debut record, Heavy Mental, uses the signature Wu sound as a foundation, stretching out RZA's impressionistic soundscapes with weird samples and drum loops. Nevertheless, Killah Priest isn't strictly about sound -- he's about the.
  2. Jun 29,  · Killah Priest:: Heavy Mental. Kenny Rodriguez June 29, Back to the Lab LP Review. Of all the Wu-Tang offshoots, Sunz of Man was always my favorite; and from that four-member crew, Killah Priest’s presence always stood out. So it was no surprise his debut album, “Heavy Mental”, would be a must-buy. Well-known for dropping.
  3. The most hypnotic hip hop album of Heavy Mental has the Wu-Tang Double-You logo on the cover art, but relatively few Wu Tang fans even know about releases outside of the main clan. Along with Killarmy's first 2 albums Killah Priest was probably the hottest thing that Wu family had to offer after Forever and before Ghostface's second one.
  4. Heavy Mental () Intro (Heavy Mental), One Step, Blessed Are Those, From Then Till Now, Cross My Heart, Fake MC's, It's Over, Crusaids, Tai Chi, Heavy Mental, If You Don't Know, Atoms To Adam, High Explosives, Wisdom, B.I.B.L.E., Mystic City, Information, Science Project, Almost There, The Professional View From Masada () Intro, View From Masada, Hard Times, Maccabean Revolt .
  5. Label: Geffen Records - PRO-A • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Promo Clean Version • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Killah Priest - Heavy Mental (, Clean Version, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(5).
  6. Jun 19,  · Heavy Mental is the debut album by rapper Killah Priest, an associate of hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan and a member of the group Sunz of Man. It .
  7. Killah Priest made his first appearances on such Wu-Tang side and solo projects as Gravediggaz' 6 Feet Deep, Ol' Dirty Bastard's Return to the 36 Chambers, and Genius/GZA's seminal Liquid Swords. His contributions to those releases -- especially Liquid Swords' "B.I.B.L.E. (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth)," essentially a Priest solo track -- paved the way for the release of the MC's.

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