There's something about the production of this track that really appeals to me. It's almost like... Bram Stoker meets jazz meets Goosebumps theme song... The rap on it is pretty weak, but luckily the production is extremely solid.
More of a party song, but still a pretty good song. Nothing in the way of production, but it's still very catchy and as always, Tech's rap is over-the-top technical. I'd also say that, aside from Caribou Lou, this is Tech's most famous song.
I still believe that Anghellic was the first good Tech N9ne album. This is easily the second best song from the album, with really cool production and some nice flows on Tech's part. Unfortunately, this song also has, what I believe to be, the worst 10 second period in any Tech N9ne song. Listen to it, and about 3/4 of the way through, you'll probably know what I'm talking about.
Alright, this song is like Midwest Choppers except with some of the most intricate hip-hop lyricists in the world. Basically, of the 9 rappers (including Tech) that are featured, 7 of them are among my top 150 favorites, and one of them (Busta Rhymes) is in my top 10 favorite rappers. This song is one of the fastest Tech N9ne songs (think about it, Twisted Insane is featured) and it even includes two foreign rappers. The production is also pretty decent, but it's partially recycled from Midwest Choppers 2.
This is USUALLY considered Tech N9ne's best song, but as always, I'm not just going to repeat everybody else's top 10 list. The production on this is amazing, using the theme song from the cult classic (and one of my favorite horror films of all time) Halloween. Everything about this song just adds up to 100%. However, I feel that this next song adds up to somewhere near 103%.
This song is perfect, and more. The production on it is simple, but effective. The vocal work of Nikkiya Brooks (who I feel is a slightly watered-down Erykah Badu) lends itself well to the song. The lyrics are fairly meaningful. Tech's flow is perfect as always. And finally, the little Scarface-themed verse is extremely fitting and almost jaw dropping-ly original. Let the song speak for itself.
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