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King Geedorah - Take Me To Your Leader album mp3


Fazers 3:17
Fastlane 3:08
Krazy World 4:43
The Final Hour 0:49
Monster Zero 5:15
Next Levels 3:47
No Snakes Alive 3:32
Anti-Matter 3:26
Take Me To Your Leader 2:08
Lockjaw 1:03
I Wonder 3:38
One Smart Nigger 2:39
The Fine Print 4:29


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BDCD051 King Geedorah* Take Me To Your Leader ‎(CD, Album) Big Dada Recordings BDCD051 UK 2003
BD051 King Geedorah* Take Me To Your Leader ‎(2xLP, Album) Big Dada Recordings BD051 UK 2003
BD051 King Geedorah* Take Me To Your Leader ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) Big Dada Recordings BD051 UK 2003
BDCD051 King Geedorah* Take Me To Your Leader ‎(2xLP, Album, TP) Big Dada Recordings BDCD051 UK 2003
BDCD051 King Geedorah* Take Me To Your Leader ‎(CD, Album) Big Dada Recordings BDCD051 Canada 2003
BDCD 051 King Geedorah* Take Me To Your Leader ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Big Dada Recordings BDCD 051 UK 2003
BD051 King Geedorah* Take Me To Your Leader ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, 180) Big Dada Recordings BD051 UK 2013
BD051X King Geedorah* Take Me To Your Leader ‎(2x12", Album, Dlx, Ltd, RE, Red) Big Dada Recordings BD051X UK 2016
BDA 51-1 King Geedorah* Take Me To Your Leader ‎(2xLP, Dlx, Ltd, Cle) Big Dada Recordings BDA 51-1 US 2016

King Geedorah - Take Me To Your Leader album mp3
Performer: King Geedorah
Genre: Hip hop
Title: Take Me To Your Leader
Country: UK
Released: 2003
MP3 version ZIP size: 1774 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1683 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 700

WHO IS MR. FANTASTIK?!?!? that's what i need to know.
"Take Me To Your Leader" serves as more of a prelude to the "M.I.C." record than as a solo DOOM project. The Villain is more noticeable on the boards here than on the microphone, still, the King continues to serve up bar after bar with his cohorts about social injustice ("One Smart Nigger") and the struggles of life ("I Wonder") in a world where one is pigenhold to a characterization due to their creed - all this over jazzy beats with DOOM swapping the Marvel radio serial samples with ones from old monster movies. Not the most memorable in DOOM's discography, but certainly not one to miss for someone trying to understand all the shades of Viktor.
I’m wondering if anybody that has an original 2003 press has audio problems with it sounding really saturated and bassy, I can barely hear the rappers voice sometimes
I had about 5 of these & kept one for best; glad so, as looking back 15 years later, this is some pedigree Daniel Dumile and a half... Big dada had some class projects doing the rounds, with the likes of Infinate Livez, Roots Manuva et all, but this is a crowning moment... 'The Fine Print' for anyone old enough to remember will make you wet your pants with nostalgic ecstasy at the sound of 'Battle Of The Planets'. All the 2003 releases sound brilliant, & this particular test press is retail quality. From start to finish, bitter sweet funky pain. R.I.P SUBROCK.
This pressing sounds and feels amazing! Not sure who mastered this but it's at lease 10 times better than the digital version. The jacket spine is about a centimeter thick and everything an easily slide in and out. Every single piece of artwork is foil embossed giving the whole jacket a really nice textured and shiny feel.
I was disappointed that this wasn't a gatefold before purchasing but upon receiving the record I was very pleased by how thick the spine of the record is. This allows the 2 LP's and the popout insert to fit snug in the sleeve. Overall a great pressing.
What's up with the lack of a download code? For 30$ they could have done buyers that favor.
Snap I need to look for that as well! Not sure I noticed a DL code in there.
There should be a DL code on one of the sleeves.
Check the sleeves. It's a stuck to one one of the inners.
mf doom what more can i say
DOOM (previously MF Doom) is a mysterious man who goes by many names (Viktor Vaughn, King Geedorah, Metal Fingers, Metal Face) and has been at the heart of hip-hop since the early 1990′s. His work has been unfalteringly amazing (up until his last album that is), and it’s extremely hard to dislike his smooth delivery and witty lyrics. His production skills are almost on par with his rapping skills; no easy feat considering his talent as an emcee. He has collaborated with producer Madlib to form Madvillain, a duo who positively must produce another album. He has also collaborated with Danger Mouse (of Gnarls Barkley) and Adult Swim to produce an Adult Swim based album, and yes, it is just as fantastic and quirky as it sounds. In short, DOOM is my favorite Emcee, and this album will give you a good sampling of what he’s all about. Take Me to Your Leader is a combination of weird-ass old samples, snippets of racist humor, and mellow rhymes, which Doom pieces together in the context of a low-budget sci-fi horror film. As strange and esoteric as it sounds, DOOM makes it work. Go figure.
Another great concept album by MF Doom. Great album cover too. Not your average hip hop album but there's plenty head-nodding beats with trademark Doom double snares & classic japanese movie samples. Recommended listening
Are you sure? I happen to find this album, surprisingly along with "Vaudeville Villain", which I imagined myself differently, as not that convincing.
"You should listen to the album for what it is and not expect it to be like the average "Rap" stuff you’re probably used to," Doom explains. "Geedorah is a space monster. He's not from the Earth. I made it different on purpose. A blend of ill lyrics and instrumentals. To me its way iller than any of the wack shit out now." "This whole album is Geedorah's alien perspective on humans," he explains. "This is done intentionally to show the listener a mirror image of his/herself and the way we see each other. On the album we cover different subjects ranging from race issues to the neglect of children. Some might find the word "Nigger" offensive, or the line about the young girl not being able to read maybe considered a "bad taste" joke. All these insecurities are within us."