Doubelievengod

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Doubelievengod
Natas Doubelievengod.jpg
Studio album by Natas
Released July 25, 1995
Recorded 1994-1995
Genre Horrorcore, Midwest hip hop
Length 57:18
Label Reel Life
Producer Esham
Natas chronology
Blaz4me
(1994)
Doubelievengod
(1995)
Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allrovi 4/5 stars[1]

Doubelievengod is the third album by Natas, released in 1995.

Music and lyrics[edit]

Describing the music and lyrics, Allrovi called Doubelievengod "a much more mature album in terms of both production and rapping. Most obviously, the platter of samples is gone; for whatever reasons, the emphasis is now on synth-driven beats [...] The move toward eerie synth actually works in this album's favor, given its malevolent slant and ominous tone".[1]

Reception[edit]

Allrovi reviewer Jason Birchmeier writes that Doubelievengod "holds a special place in the Esham legacy alongside the Judgement Day albums as the summit of not necessarily his talent but rather his wickedness."[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title {{{extra_column}}} Length
1. "Doubelievengod" Esham 3:29
2. "NATAS" Esham 3:20
3. "Pop Pop" Esham 3:49
4. "Midnight" Esham 3:20
5. "Itzalright" Esham 2:47
6. "Can I R.I.P." Esham 1:48
7. "Torture" (featuring Dice) Esham 2:11
8. "We Almost Lost Detroit" Esham 3:48
9. "Heaven" Esham 3:49
10. "I Don't Care" Esham 2:37
11. "Scream" Esham 3:18
12. "Fuck da World" Esham 3:49
13. "Y'all Will Realize" Esham 2:14
14. "The Night Is Mine" Esham 2:05
15. "Sunday School" Esham 3:31
16. "Mad At the World"   2:52
17. "Propalactic Tacticz"   3:46
18. "No Fault Insurance" Esham 4:45
26. Untitled Esham  
27. Untitled Esham  
Total length: 57:18
Sample credits

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Birchmeier, Jason. "Review of Doubelievengod". Allrovi. Retrieved 10 January 2009.