Mutant (Vol. 2)
|Mutant Vol. 2|
|Studio album by Twiztid|
|Released||July 26, 2005|
|Genre||Rap rock, rapcore, horrorcore, nu-metal|
|Producer||Fritz The Cat|
Mutant is the fifth album by Twiztid. Released on July 26, 2005, it is the second half of the Man's Myth/Mutant double album, released one month after its companion album, Man's Myth. On November 4th, 2015, Twiztid announced they were remixing and remastering Mutant for a 2016 re-release.
Music and lyrics
While Man's Myth featured a hip hop-oriented sound, Mutant featured a rock oriented sound. According to Jamie Spaniolo, "I've always wanted to do a Rock album and to date that was the closest thing to it we have ever done, so it holds a special place in my heart."
Allrovi said that "the sound of this album is far closer to Eminem's side of the Detroit hip-hop axis, specifically the cartoonish but musically fierce live-instruments-plus-samples sound of the best D12 tracks."
Allrovi wrote that Mutant was better than its predecessor, Man's Myth; Allrovi also said that Mutant is "the best album of Twiztid's career, [...] the one on which the duo finally steps out from the shadow of their mentors the Insane Clown Posse".
|1||"The Transformation of a New Civilization"||2:47||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
|2||"Get Off Of Me!"||3:40||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
|3||"Stardust"||3:56||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
|4||"Familiar"||3:16||Fritz The Cat
|6||"Fuck U Part 2"||1:00||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
|7||"Jenny's A Fat Bitch"||0:34||Madrox
|8||"Fantasy"||3:38||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
|9||"Who Am I?"||2:22||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
|10||"The Truth Will Set You Free"||3:47||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
|11||"Respirator"||4:03||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
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|13||"Starve Your Fear"||3:01||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
|14||"Manakin"||3:37||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid
|15||"Note 2 Self"||4:09||Fritz The Cat||Twiztid|
|Chart (2005)||Peak Position|
|Top Independent Albums||11|
|Top Rap Albums||20|
- Brain Hammer (March 19, 2009). "Interview with Jamie Madrox of TWIZTID!!!". Horroryearbook. Retrieved 2009-03-30.
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