Anghellic

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Anghellic
Anghellic.jpg
Studio album by Tech N9ne
Released August 28, 2001 (2001-08-28)
Recorded 1999–2001
Genre Midwest hip hop, indie hip hop, G-funk, horrorcore, gangsta rap
Length 1:15:55
Label
Producer Don Juan, Icy Roc
Tech N9ne chronology
The Worst
(2000)
Anghellic
(2001)
Celcius
(2002)
Singles from Anghellic
  1. "It's Alive"
    Released: 2001

Anghellic is the third studio album released by Kansas City based rapper Tech N9ne on August 28, 2001, on JCOR Entertainment, Universal Music Group and Interscope Records, and on Strange Music, which at the time was a sub-label. In 2001, the song "Tormented," appeared in a scene of the TV series Dark Angel, playing for nearly two minutes in the background of a bar scene contained in the season two episode "Two."[1] The album was re-released in 2003 with additional songs and remastered sound as Anghellic: Reparation. This version was released through Strange Music after conflicts with JCOR Entertainment during its original release.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars link
RealRap5/5 stars link
ugrap9/10 link
WorldWideConnected4/5 stars link

In 2009, Fangoria named it as an iconic horrorcore album.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Hellevator"A. YatesRichie0:17
2."Tormented" (featuring Grant Rice)A. Yates, G. RiceDon Juan4:23
3."Stamina"A. YatesDon Juan, Tech N9ne0:14
4."Sinister Tech"A. YatesIcyRoc Kravyn, Will The Weirdo3:25
5."Psycho Messages"A. Yates, D. Cayson, D. Sheilds, W. SimonetDon Juan1:03
6."Psycho Bitch"A. YatesDon Juan, John Carpenter4:31
7."Real Killer"A. YatesKing Tech2:38
8."Cursed"A. YatesDon Juan4:37
9."Suicide Letters"A. YatesDon Juan4:09
10."Purgatory"S. WatsonGrant Rice0:18
11."It's Alive"A. YatesIcyRoc Kravyn5:02
12."Einstein"B. Orlando, A. YatesDon Juan3:58
13."P.R. 2K1"A. YatesDon Juan, Tech N9ne3:51
14."Here I Come"A. YatesDon Juan4:59
15."Who You Came to See"A. YatesRonnZfromBerlin4:19
16."Wake Up Call"A. Yates, G. Rice, T. O'GuinRichie0:43
17."This Ring"A. Yates, G. Rice, M. Calhoun Jr.IcyRoc Kravyn5:56
18."God Complex"A. YatesDon Juan4:57
19."This Life (Anghellic)" (featuring Bakarii & Short Nitty)A. Yates, G. Rice, M. Whitebear, T. KendalRonnZfromBerlin4:00
20."Going Bad"A. YatesIcyRoc Kravyn5:45
21."Heaven"A. YatesRichie0:36
22."Twisted" (featuring Roger Troutman)A. YatesDon Juan6:14
Total length:75:55

Reissue[edit]

Anghellic: Reparation is a re-release of Kansas City based rapper Tech N9ne's third album, Anghellic. The album, released in 2002, includes three new tracks not included on the original release from 2001 ("Devil Boy","Breathe", and "F.T.I." replacing "Here I Come","P.R. 2K1",and "This Life Anghellic") as well as a slightly altered play order.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Devil Boy"A. Yates5150 Mental Productions4:32
2."Hellevator"A. YatesRichie0:16
3."Tormented" (featuring Grant Rice)A. Yates, G. RiceDon Juan4:23
4."Stamina"A. YatesDon Juan, Tech N9ne0:14
5."Sinister Tech"A. YatesIcyRoc Kraven, Will The Weirdo3:25
6."Psycho Messages"A. Yates, D. Cayson, D. Sheilds, W. SimonetDon Juan1:03
7."Psycho Bitch"A. YatesDon Juan, John Carpenter4:31
8."Real Killer"A. YatesKing Tech2:38
9."Cursed"A. YatesDon Juan4:36
10."Suicide Letters"A. YatesDon Juan4:06
11."Purgatory"S. WatsonGrant Rice0:21
12."It's Alive"A. YatesIcyRoc Kraven5:01
13."Einstein Tech N9ne"B. Orlando, A. YatesDon Juan3:57
14."Breathe"A. Yates, W. JeffersonRonnZfromBerlin4:22
15."Who You Came to See"A. YatesRonnZfromBerlin4:19
16."Wake Up Call"A. Yates, G. Rice, T. O'GuinRichie0:43
17."This Ring"A. Yates, G. Rice, M. Calhoun Jr.IcyRoc Kraven5:56
18."God Complex"A. YatesDon Juan4:55
19."F.T.I." (featuring Greed, Krizz Kaliko, Kutt Calhoun, Skatterman & Snug Brim)A. Yates, A. Henderson, M. Calhoun Jr., S. Watson, S. Landis, W. LeJeuneRUBONYX5:24
20."Going Bad"A. YatesIcyRoc Kraven5:46
21."Heaven"A. YatesRichie0:36
22."Twisted" (featuring Roger Troutman)A. YatesDon Juan6:14
Total length:77:18

Samples[edit]

Hellevator

Sinister Tech

Psycho Messages / Psycho Bitch

Here I Come

Twisted

Einstein

  • "Einstein" by Bobby Orlando released as The Beat Box Boys (1984) features the voice and music of Bobby Orlando.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Two". Dark Angel. Season 02. Episode 06. 13:16 minutes in.
  2. ^ Molgaard, Matt (August 12, 2009). "Rapped and Tagged: Horrorcore's Iconic Albums". Fangoria. Retrieved 2009-08-19.