Revolutionary Vol. 2

Immortal Technique - Revolutionary Vol. 2
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November 18, 2003 / Release Date
LP / Format
Viper / Label
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Revolutionary Vol. 2 is a follow-up to Immortal Technique’s debut album, Revolutionary Vol. 1, which is just as excellent and important. Revolutionary Vol. 2 attacks the United States government, especially the Bush Administration. Issues repeatedly discussed on the album include poverty, drug trade, slave labor, censorship, corporate control over the media (including Hip Hop), 9/11, racism, the prison industrial complex, and class struggle. This is Hip Hop for thinking people – ... read more
I feel like there are certain tracks on this album which hurt its consistency but the tracks which focus on his personal life are beautiful. I don't think any album comes close to how many critiques this draws to early 2000's society. Immortal Technique isn't afraid to make a politically loaded album as his ability to express himself through rap verses is almost unparalleled. Everyone should listen to this album atleast once in their lifetime.
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Track List

  1. Revolutionary Intro
  2. The Point of No Return
  3. Peruvian Cocaine
  4. Harlem Streets
  5. Obnoxious
  6. The Message and the Money
  7. Industrial Revolution
  8. Crossing the Boundary
  9. Sierra Maestra
  10. The 4th Branch
  11. Internally Bleeding
  12. Homeland and Hip Hop
  13. The Cause of Death
  14. Freedom of Speech
  15. Leaving the Past
  16. Truth's Razors
  17. You Never Know
  18. One (Remix)
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