(2005) Season Of Da Siccness

Brotha Lynch Hung

... read moreAfter the Geto Boys, it seemed that rap couldn't get any more extreme or hardcore. But in 1994, Season of da Siccness proved that in fact it could. Thriving on shock value and outrageousness, Brotha Lynch Hung is to rap what grindcore bands like Cannibal Corpse and Carcass are to metal. On this very...

Explicit

57′:06″ 18 Songs

1
Cusche Break
Brotha Lynch Hung
0:18
2
Sicc Made
Brotha Lynch Hung
3:45
3
Dead Man
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0:52
4
Rest In Piss
Brotha Lynch Hung
4:41
5
Get Da Baby
Brotha Lynch Hung
0:35
6
Return Of Da Baby
Brotha Lynch Hung
4:13
7
Locc 2 Da Brain
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5:27
8
Q-Ball
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1:07
9
Liquor Sicc
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5:21
10
40 Break
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1:14
11
Datz Real Gangsta
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2:33
12
Deep Down
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6:50
13
Dead Man Walkin
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3:33
14
781 Redrum
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0:47
15
Season Of Da Sicc
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3:53
16
Welcome 2 Your Own Death
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5:19
17
Real Loccs
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4:15
18
Inhale With Da Devil
Brotha Lynch Hung
2:23
Released 05 November 2005, ℗ Black Market Records

Review

After the Geto Boys, it seemed that rap couldn't get any more extreme or hardcore. But in 1994, Season of da Siccness proved that in fact it could. Thriving on shock value and outrageousness, Brotha Lynch Hung is to rap what grindcore bands like Cannibal Corpse and Carcass are to metal. On this very twisted CD, the obscure and underground Sacramento MC calls himself "the Ripgut Cannibal" and portrays a psycho who's part Jeffrey Dahmer, part Hannibal Lecter, and part ghetto gang-banger. Lynch's accounts of cannibalism and dismemberment must be taken for exactly what they are: outrageous entertainment, pure and simple. Obviously, Siccness isn't for everyone. But those interested in the hip-hop equivalent of a slasher movie may find Lynch (whose rapid-fire delivery brings to mind Spice 1) quite entertaining. ~ Alex Henderson