Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Blac Monks - No Mercy

Rap-A-Lot Records (1998)

Self proclaimed Jungle Funk, or southern g-funk with a unique twist. This is the Texas trios second album, which is more a little less dark and more funky than their first. Both are very nice albums and contain the same for lack of a better word, concept; gangsters who are also monks and rap about temples, buddah and living in the jungle.

1. Intro
2. Caged in Gorillas (Produced by John Bido)
3. Steppin' With Your Weapon (Produced by John Bido & Pedewestra)
4. Paper Chase (Produced by Itche) (feat. Papa Reu)
5. Enemy Within (Produced by John Bido)
6. Marked For Death (Produced by John Bido)
7. Monk Mentality (Produced by Wendell Springer)
8. Jungle Funk (Produced by John Bido & Scarface)
9. Natural Herbs & Spices (Produced by Wendell Springer)
10. God Complex (Produced by John Bido)
11. No Mercy (Produced by Jerry Muhammad)
12. Young Gunz (Produced by John Bido & Mike Dean) (feat. Endo & Makeisha)
13. Grim Reaper (Produced by John Bido, David Forrest & Mike Dean)



Attack_on_Babylon said...

SilentWaria post?

Interesting concept for this album. I'll have to check it out sometime.

But damn that cover sucks, though.

Bushdoctor420 said...

yeah but they are more for me than anybody else, i love his recommendations

Attack_on_Babylon said...

So do I, nub. Usually.

He told me about Khayree, Mac Mall and a couple other artists, and I love the first 2 I mentioned (no homo).

Anonymous said...

Great blog, man. I was just put on to this group the other day.

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