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Doubelievengod

Doubelievengod
Studio album by Natas
Released July 25, 1995
Recorded 1994-1995
Genre Horrorcore, Midwest hip hop
Length 57:18
Label Reel Life
Producer Esham
Natas chronology
Blaz4me
(1994)
Doubelievengod
(1995)
Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allrovi 4/5 stars[1]

Doubelievengod is the third album by Natas, released in 1995.

Music and lyrics

Describing the music and lyrics, Allrovi called Doubelievengod "a much more mature album in terms of both production and rapping. Most obviously, the platter of samples is gone; for whatever reasons, the emphasis is now on synth-driven beats [...] The move toward eerie synth actually works in this album's favor, given its malevolent slant and ominous tone".[1]

Reception

Allrovi reviewer Jason Birchmeier writes that Doubelievengod "holds a special place in the Esham legacy alongside the Judgement Day albums as the summit of not necessarily his talent but rather his wickedness."[1]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Doubelievengod"   3:29
2. "NATAS"   3:20
3. "Pop Pop"   3:49
4. "Midnight"   3:20
5. "Itzalright"   2:47
6. "Can I R.I.P."   1:48
7. "Torture" (featuring Dice) 2:11
8. "We Almost Lost Detroit"   3:48
9. "Heaven"   3:49
10. "I Don't Care"   2:37
11. "Scream"   3:18
12. "Fuck da World"   3:49
13. "Y'all Will Realize"   2:14
14. "The Night Is Mine"   2:05
15. "Sunday School"   3:31
16. "Mad At the World"   2:52
17. "Propalactic Tacticz"   3:46
18. "No Fault Insurance"   4:45
Total length:
57:18
Sample credits

References

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