Dr. Dooom 2

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Dr. Dooom 2
Studio album by Dr. Dooom
Released September 23, 2008
Genre Hardcore hip hop, underground hip hop
Label Threshold
Producer Kool Keith
KutMasta Kurt
Kool Keith chronology
The Return of Dr. Octagon
(2006)
Dr. Dooom 2
(2008)
Tashan Dorrsett
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
PopMatters 6/10 stars[1]
Dusted 6/10 stars[2]
RapReviews.com 7/10 stars[3]
Pitchfork Media (3.7/10)[4]

Dr. Dooom 2 is the eleventh studio album by Keith Thornton, better known as Kool Keith. Released in 2008, it is his second release as "Dr. Dooom", following First Come, First Served.[5]

Lyrical themes[edit]

"Simon" refers to American Idol host Simon Cowell.[6] According to Thornton, "I think for one guy to sit up and judge people and for him to be British at that—who the fuck is he to judge people? [...] What is Simon's qualifications?"[6] "R.I.P. Dr. Octagon" was written in response to The Return of Dr. Octagon. According to KutMasta Kurt, "Without that album, we wouldn't have made this album. There would have been no need for Dr. Dooom to come back."[6] "Step-N-Fetchers" focuses on African American entertainers who encourage and promote negative stereotypes.[6] "Always Talkin' Out Your Ass" focuses on the music industry. Thornton states that "That song is about a lot of things: how people tend to do things expensive and then they do things cheap at the same time, so they have a contradicted lifestyle".[6]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Simon
  2. The Countdown
  3. R.I.P. Dr. Octagon
  4. I'm Creepin'
  5. I Followed You
  6. Run For Your Life feat. Fathed
  7. Step-N-Fetchers
  8. The God of Rap
  9. How Sexy feat. Denis Deft
  10. That Girl is a Monster
  11. Do Not Disturb
  12. Take That Ride
  13. Mopped Up
  14. Always Talkin' Out Your Ass
  15. Surgery feat. Motion Man

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