Operation: Doomsday

MF DOOM - Operation: Doomsday
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Based on 5 reviews
1999 Ratings: #7 / 112
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Based on 740 ratings
1999 Ratings: #12
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unlike my other MF DOOM reviews this one will not start with a joke and i will not be my normal self here. (score bumped 90 to 97)

MF DOOM is one of the most unique and entertaining rappers to bless this world. His debut is one of the best debuts that I’ve ever heard in my entire life. Sure, it’s 19 songs but DOOM keeps you entertained for all of them. He tells a story, he makes you laugh, he leaves you with an album that satisfies you. MF DOOM has been a staple in my childhood and ... read more
MF DOOM's debut album is really boring, like really boring. I was expecting a pretty good album, since I sort of like his work, but what I got was a 19 track album that most of the time is filler. I feel like most of the skits are better than the rest of the album. And since I heard this album has had tons of praise from this community and critics alike, I was like, why not I listen to this, and after listening to this album, I think to myself, why do people like this album so much, like I ... read more
R.I.P. Daniel Dumile

I was going to do a discog dive of Tyler, The Creator (i may still do it) but instead, in honor of MF Doom, I'll be going through his whole discog. Now before anybody comes at me saying how I'm a poser or how I'm doing this because he is dead, no I'm not. I am simply doing this out of respect of the man behind the music, even if I have never heard an album from him before I always had heavy respect for Doom and the art that he created and his influence. In a way, see it as ... read more
Please tell me this Isn’t happening.

Just when I thought this year couldn't get any worst. And on the last fucking day. Man I teared up and feel bummed af. We lost a motherfucking legend, this is devastating. Doom will be eternally missed. I’m speechless I can’t believe this.

R.I.P. King.
Like any villain, Dumile's turn towards the dark side has a back story. During his time in K.M.D. Dumile was known as Zev Love X and worked with his brother DJ Subroc. The group released one album, then their second was met with controversy due to the album cover and wasn't released for five years and had to be instead released on a separate label (the same label that released this album, Operation: Doomsday). At the time of their second albums release DJ Subroc was killed by an incoming car ... read more
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Track List

  1. The Time We Faced Doom (Skit)
  2. Doomsday (Featuring Pebbles The Invisible Girl)
  3. Rhymes Like Dimes (Featuring DJ Cucumber Slice)
  4. The Finest (Featuring Tommy Gunn)
  5. Back in the Days (Skit)
  6. Go With the Flow
  7. Tick, Tick... (Featuring MF Grimm)
  8. Red & Gold
  9. The Hands of Doom (Skit)
  10. Who You Think I Am? (Featuring King Ceasar, Rodan, Megalon, Kamackeris & Kong)
  11. Doom, Are You Awake? (Skit)
  12. Hey!
  13. Operation: Greenbacks (Featuring Megalon)
  14. The M.I.C. (Featuring Pebbles The Invisible Girl)
  15. The Mystery of Doom (Skit)
  16. Dead Bent
  17. Gas Drawls
  18. ? (Featuring Kurious Jorge)
  19. Hero vs. Villain (Epilogue) (Featuring E. Mason)
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Added on: June 17, 2013