Fear, Love & War
|Fear, Love & War|
|Studio album by Killarmy|
|Released||September 11, 2001|
The Infinite Arkatechz
Fear, Love & War is the third album by the hip hop group Killarmy, which was released September 11, 2001, on Loud/Relativity Records. The album came three years after its second album, Dirty Weaponry. Nearly half the album was produced by the group's primary beat maker and group member 4th Disciple, with additional production provided by group affiliates Falling Down and Rebel Dainja, as well as underground production duo the Infinite Arkatechz. The album features guest appearances from Wu-Tang Clan member U-God and Wu-Tang Clan affiliates Prodigal Sunn, Frukwan, Lord Superb, and Polite. The album features the singles "Feel It" b/w "Militant" and "Street Monopoly" b/w "Monster."
While the album did not sell as well as the group's first two efforts, it received some critical acclaim, partly due to more mature and personal lyrical content, providing balance to the group's dark production, Five-Percenter militancy, and violent combat imagery.
- "The Push" (feat. Superb) (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "Militant" (feat. U-God) (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "Originators" (prod by Falling Down)
- "Sweatshop" (feat. Frukwan) (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "Street Monopoly" (prod by Falling Down)
- "Afterhours Part I" (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "Trilogy" (feat. Prodigal Sunn (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "Feel It" (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "Whatever We Want" (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "Monster" (prod by Falling Down)
- "The Hit" (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "One To Grow On" (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "Day One" (prod by Rebel Dainja)
- "Spoken Word [Interlude]"
- "Nonchalantly" (prod by Mike "Trauma" D)
- "The Rule" (feat. Polite) (prod by 4th Disciple)
- "Lady Sings The Blues" (prod by Mike "Trauma" D)
- "Day One"
- "Dicitencello Vuje" by Mario Lanza
- "Feel It"
- "Funny Feeling" by The Delfonics
- "Al Di La" by Al Hirt
- "One To Grow On"
- "Tender Things" by Bill Withers
- "Street Monopoly"
- "Water Lilies" by Shiva Burlesque
|"Which Way You Going" (Non-album single)
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