His word choice on that album was perfect..His delivery was perfect..The beats were perfect...At the time he was going threw alot of pain, and on Anghellic we got 2 here alot of personal problems of his..(before all the fame)
The lyricism is tight, the style of flows and patterns of speech he uses are equally great.
Good beats, choruses, verses. The subject matter is brutally honest and straight forward.
The entire album is delivered pretty much perfectly.
THIS ALBUM STARTED THE RELIGION U FUCKIN DUMBASS GREATEST ALBUM EVER MADE..best tech cd best vioce best subliminal messages best code best damm what tha fuck did that guy just say i mean he says it himself i if u listen those those songs u see that there lyrical gymnastics on tha reperations edition why are u here honestly
anghellic is and always will be a classic...one of Tech's best albums ever. it gives you interesting insight to his life and his psyche. its lyrically amazing and the beats are sick as hell. if you dont appreciate anghellic...well then you cant appreciate the struggle that Tech has gone through for himself, his family and his fans.
Anghellic is a classic for more than the typical reasons. The stories he had on that cd were nuts. Its one that really deeply touched peoples souls because it was more than just a cd all of a sudden. If you don't like it more than likely you weren't a fan when it came out. Or heard it when it came out. At the time there was no one else around with the metaphors and stories that twisted your head up. Things like this ring, and suicide letters, and god complex, and psyco bitch are just a few of the stories and songs that let you into what he was about and who he is. I agree with the dude that said its what started the religion. Thats what alot of diehards will always hold as the holy grail.
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