Hell's Winter

Cage - Hell's Winter
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2005 Ratings: #66 / 454
User Score
Based on 61 ratings
2005 Ratings: #61
Liked by 1 person
September 20, 2005 / Release Date
LP / Format
Definitive Jux / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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Not an easy or comfortable listen, as per usual with Cage – the Orange County rapper who never shied away from talking about his troubled past and his personal demons. Compared to other Cage releases, Hell’s Winter is less demented but even more personal – even if some of the stories Cage relates are hard to stomach, especially with the knowledge that at least some of these stories he tells are based on real events and personal experiences.

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It's good, but Movies For Blind stood out for me a bit more with a bit better production and better hooks. Also I liked the themes more on MFB and it was meaby a bit more consistent
pp poopoo
heh, no wonder Eminem was inspired by him
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Track List

  1. Good Morning
  2. Too Heavy For Cherubs
  3. Grand Ol' Party Crash (featuring Jello Biafra as "the Dubya")
  4. The Death Of Chris Palko (featuring Camu Tao)
  5. Stripes
  6. Shoot Frank (featuring Daryl Palumbo)
  7. Scenester
  8. Perfect World
  9. Subtle Art Of The Breakup Song
  10. Peeranoia
  11. Left It To Us (featuring El-P, Aesop Rock, Tame One and Yak Ballz of The Weathermen)
  12. Public Property
  13. Lord Have Mercy
  14. Hell's Winter 
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Added on: June 5, 2013