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Take Me To Your Leader

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MF Doom's Big Dada project Take Me to Your Leader (as King Geedorah) is a monster-movie concept record, featuring a parade of tracks and samples that conform to the age of Godzilla, Rodan, Mothra, and of course, the mighty King Ghidorah -- a three-headed monster from outer space. Most of the film references are going on in the background while guest rappers contribute their own rhymes; while MF Doom the producer deserves a lot of credit for flooding the production space with beats, effects, samples, and plenty of crackling movie dialogue, the combination of high-profile arrangement and dense rapping is nearly overwhelming. "Fastlane" floats a good rap from Biolante, but he's drowned out by the production, with a squealing guitar sample stuck on auto-repeat for three minutes. For "Krazy World," Gigan spits his thin, throaty lyrics over another simple sample, this one a string-heavy descent that often cuts out and back in with no warning, but hangs on for more than a minute after Gigan's rap is finished. For what it's worth, MF Doom's two vocal features make up for much of the mentalist madness. Though the first, "The Final Hour," is far too short, "Anti-Matter" (with Mr. Fantastik) allows the rappers to shine over a swinging, groovy soundtrack. A cold, pummeling, relentless record, Take Me to Your Leader is a quintessential side project: far more extreme and uninviting than Doom could afford to be on his solo-billed records.
© John Bush /TiVo

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1
Fazers
00:03:17

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

2
Fastlane
00:03:08

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

3
Krazy World
00:04:43

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

4
The Final Hour
00:00:49

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

5
Monster Zero
00:05:15

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

6
Next Levels
00:03:49

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

7
No Snakes Alive
00:03:32

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

8
Anti-Matter
00:03:26

King Geedorah, Primary - Mr Fantastik, Featuring

2003 Big Dada

9
Take Me To Your Leader
00:02:08

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

10
Lockjaw
00:01:03

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

11
I Wonder
00:03:38

King Geedorah, Primary - Hassan Chop, Featuring

2003 Big Dada

12
One Smart Nigger
00:02:39

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

13
The Fine Print
00:04:29

King Geedorah, Primary

2003 Big Dada

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MF Doom's Big Dada project Take Me to Your Leader (as King Geedorah) is a monster-movie concept record, featuring a parade of tracks and samples that conform to the age of Godzilla, Rodan, Mothra, and of course, the mighty King Ghidorah -- a three-headed monster from outer space. Most of the film references are going on in the background while guest rappers contribute their own rhymes; while MF Doom the producer deserves a lot of credit for flooding the production space with beats, effects, samples, and plenty of crackling movie dialogue, the combination of high-profile arrangement and dense rapping is nearly overwhelming. "Fastlane" floats a good rap from Biolante, but he's drowned out by the production, with a squealing guitar sample stuck on auto-repeat for three minutes. For "Krazy World," Gigan spits his thin, throaty lyrics over another simple sample, this one a string-heavy descent that often cuts out and back in with no warning, but hangs on for more than a minute after Gigan's rap is finished. For what it's worth, MF Doom's two vocal features make up for much of the mentalist madness. Though the first, "The Final Hour," is far too short, "Anti-Matter" (with Mr. Fantastik) allows the rappers to shine over a swinging, groovy soundtrack. A cold, pummeling, relentless record, Take Me to Your Leader is a quintessential side project: far more extreme and uninviting than Doom could afford to be on his solo-billed records.
© John Bush /TiVo

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