6 Feet Deep

Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep
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1994 Ratings: #111 / 388
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1994 Ratings: #11
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For my 666th rating, I've chosen a spooky record, a hip-hop classic, and an album I've been meaning to check out for a while now. Gravediggaz basically pioneered horrorcore on this project, which is a crazy achievement on it's own, but that's not the only thing that makes this so great. The beats are devious, as if you took 36 Chambers and cranked it to the 9th level of hell, only getting darker and more disturbed as the album goes on. The group may be kickstarting an entire sub-genre, but that ... read more



In 1994, Biggie Smalls said he was ready to die while Common waited for his resurrection. Wishes that could have been easily fulfilled by Gravediggaz's demonic crew.

They don't rap about drive-by shootings, American fists or ghetto sirens. Dressed as psychopaths, they rap about the joys of the electric chair and are against the trends of their time. "6 Feet Deep" album cover with canine teeth and penknives announces the color: it is red, like ... read more


The original title that Gravediggaz was gonna name this album is beautiful, it's like hip hop's answer to H.P. Lovecraft's cat.

This is the best horrorcore rap record you'll ever listen to. You might find horrorcore with better technical rap ability (SSLP/MMLP/Relapse) or with more influence on the modern music scene (Goblin), or with more earlier history in music as a whole (Geto Boys self titled). But you will *not* find better horrorcore, period. This is the pinnacle, with only Eminem's ... read more


This is my shit
Gritty, grimy and dark, I love it.

I'm writing this because I still have to collect my thoughts on this


I had never heard of or seen Gravediggaz before checking out this album. The only reason I stumbled upon it is because of the fact that RZA is a member and I am going through Wu-Tang Clan's extensive discography. After doing some brief research on what this is, I was pretty excited to check this out and I can definitely say that I am pleased with this album.

'6 Feet Deep' explores some eerie and dark production mixed with an old-school hip-hop sound that results in a really unique tone. I ... read more


My favorite horrorcore lp for sure

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Track List

  1. Just When You Thought It Was Over (Intro)
  2. Constant Elevation
  3. Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide
  4. Defective Trip (Trippin')
  5. 2 Cups of Blood
  6. Blood Brothers
  7. 360 Questions
  8. 1-800 Suicide
  9. Diary of a Madman
  10. Mommy, What's a Gravedigga?
  11. Bang Your Head
  12. Here Comes the Gravediggaz
  13. Graveyard Chamber
  14. Deathtrap
  15. 6 Feet Deep
  16. Rest in Peace (Outro)
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Added on: July 28, 2015