Take Me to Your Leader (King Geedorah album)

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Take Me to Your Leader
Studio album by King Geedorah
Released June 17, 2003
Recorded 2003
Genre Underground hip hop
Length 41:54
Label Big Dada
Producer Metal Fingered Villain, E. Mason
MF DOOM chronology
MF EP
(2000)
Take Me to Your Leader
(2003)
Vaudeville Villain
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link
Pitchfork Media 9.0/10 link
RapReviews.com 8.5/10 stars link
UrbanSmarts.com 76/100 link
Prefix Magazine 8/10 stars link

Take Me to Your Leader is the second studio album by American hip hop artist Daniel Dumile, released under the alias King Geedorah on June 17, 2003. King Geedorah is the alias MF DOOM uses as part of the underground super group Monsta Island Czars. The album features guest appearances from MF Grimm (as Jet Jaguar) as well as other MIC members. The character is based on the three-headed gold dragon King Ghidorah, a monster who appears in the Godzilla films. Every member of Monsta Island Czars took a stage name based on a monster character from the Toho Godzilla film series.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Fazers"   Metal Fingered Villain, E. Mason 3:17
2. "Fastlane" (featuring Biolante) Metal Fingered Villain 3:08
3. "Krazy World" (featuring Gigan) Metal Fingered Villain 4:43
4. "The Final Hour" (featuring MF Doom) Metal Fingered Villain 0:49
5. "Monster Zero"   Metal Fingered Villain 5:15
6. "Next Levels" (featuring Lil' Sci, ID 4 Winds and Stahhr) Metal Fingered Villain 3:47
7. "No Snakes Alive" (featuring Jet-Jaguar and Rodan) Metal Fingered Villain 3:32
8. "Anti-Matter" (featuring MF Doom and Mr. Fantastik) Metal Fingered Villain 3:26
9. "Take Me to Your Leader"   Metal Fingered Villain 2:08
10. "Lockjaw" (featuring Trunks) Metal Fingered Villain 1:03
11. "I Wonder" (featuring Hassan Chop) Metal Fingered Villain 3:38
12. "One Smart Nigger"   Metal Fingered Villain 2:39
13. "The Fine Print"   Metal Fingered Villain 4:29
Notes and sample credits

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