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Maxim - Hell's Kitchen (2000) Retail CD
It was always a safe bet that the Prodigy's confrontational MC wasn't going to make a debut solo album full of love ballads. The title of the album confirms this of course, and a quick glance across the collaborators list--Skin from Sunk Anansie, twisted rapper Divine Styler, horror hip-hop heads The Gravediggaz--seals it forever. But actually, Hell's Kitchen isn't all gloom and doom. It contains plenty of rock/hip-hop attitude and some weighty lyricism (mostly rants against the music industry) but renders itself accessible through well-produced beats and catchy riffs. The lumbering rhythm andmore… eerie guitar of "Carmen Queasy", for example, is impossible to get out of your head once you've heard it, "Spectral Wars" possesses an insistent head-nod factor, and the stuttering two-step of "Scheming" is addictive too. While definitely an acquired taste, Hell's Kitchen is a competent and predictably uncompromising debut. --Paul Sullivan
- Maxim - Hell's Kitchen (2000) Retail CD
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