Till Death Do Us Part

Geto Boys - Till Death Do Us Part
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Six feet Deep, Murder After Midnight and Street Life are my favorite tracks off of this, No Guts No Glory, Straight Gangstaism, and several others are good too
Original Listening: April 2020
It's nice to hear another good album from this group after I was so disappointed by the first few. Not quite as good as their last record, but still good. I know there are some changes in the group's personnel for this album, and you can tell the chemistry is slightly off. They do a good job nevertheless and do a good job sonically illustrating the theme of death.
Pimpin Rating: w
For Geto Boys‘ fourth album, Rap-A-Lot rapper Big Mike was brought in to replace Willie D, who had left the group after We Can’t Be Stopped. Although missing the chemistry Willie D had with Scarface and Bushwick, Big Mike is more than a competent emcee, who carries a lot of this album with his input.

The lyrical content might not please everyone – as per usual with the Geto Boys – but musically this album is very accessible and enjoyable. Another solid entry in the Geto ... read more
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Added on: April 11, 2014