Show Me The Body - CORPUS I
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March 24, 2017 / Release Date
Mixtape / Format
Corpus / Label
Hip Hop, Noise Rock / Genres
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Highs and lows next to each other. I was very impressed at first, then the god awful screaming came in on 'You thought what you saw was it', then again I got shocked (in a good way) when I heard Denzel on 'In A Grave'.
Best tracks: Trash, In A Grave, Halogen
Adding more electronic production to their music and opting for a guest-packed hip hop project, Show Me The Body's Corpus is a very confusing record for me. On one hand, they have some tracks that go absolutely hard as fuck; great beats and great bars. But on the other, the inconsistency of the project makes it difficult to really understand the specific direction that the band was hoping to take.
The first few songs really focus on aggressive and noisy production with very raw and primal ... read more
Album is a quality roller coaster. Lots of interesting moments for industrial/punk/rap audiences, but there is also some elements that sound like they are put in just to annoy. There are moments where music and meme are indistinguishable. I will leave it to project's stance as collaboration mixtape and will listen group's own work. I'm on the train.
It has very high highs (In a Grave, Halogen, Spit) and a couple unsatisfying lows (Stress, My Whole Family), but throughout it's creative, noisy, has a defined voice (doesn't sound like other noise rap/stuff out there) and it's entertaining. Most guests are extremely well incorporated, but Show me the Body is the stand out amongst the chaos. It's a good roller coaster of a record.
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#15/Mass Appeal
#99/Crack Magazine

Track List

  1. Intro
  2. Trash
  3. You Thought What You Saw Was It [ft. Eartheater]
  4. Hungry [ft. Dreamcrusher]
  5. In a Grave [ft. Denzel Curry, Eartheater and Moor Mother]
  6. Taxi Hell [ft. Justin Flammia]
  7. Just a Slither [ft. Negashi Armada]
  8. Haolgen [ft. Mal Devisa]
  9. Stress [ft. Cities Aviv]
  10. My Whole Family [ft. Skunk Rott, Chris Wilson and Pierre Botardo]
  11. I’m on It [ft. Casino Theo]
  12. Spit [ft. Princess Nokia]
  13. Cyba Slam Fif World Dance Party (Uppa Echelon Dance Remix) [ft. Yo Chill and Chip Skylark]
  14. Everything Hate Here [ft. Moor Mother]
  15. Two Hands [ft. Nolife]
  16. Why you lying [ft. Babyglock and Tony Seltzer]
  17. Proud Boys [ft. Dedekind Cut] 
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