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Everready, Tech N9ne

Everready – Tech N9ne

November 7th, 2006

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iTunes Price: $11.99

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Released: Nov 07, 2006

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(732 Ratings)

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Everready – Tech N9ne

Name Artist Time Price
1.

Enter Everready Tech N9ne 1:55 $1.29
2.

Riot Maker Tech N9ne 5:31 $1.29
3.

No Can Do Tech N9ne 3:56 $1.29
4.

Welcome to the Midwest Tech N9ne 3:14 $1.29
5.

Bout Ta Bubble Tech N9ne 3:29 $1.29
6.

It's What You Thinkin' Tech N9ne 3:46 $1.29
7.

Night and Day Tech N9ne 4:14 $1.29
8.

Jellysickle Tech N9ne 3:36 $1.29
9.

Caribou Lou Tech N9ne 4:31 $1.29
10.

Hood Connection Tech N9ne 1:51 $1.29
11.

My Wife, My Bitch, My Girl Tech N9ne 3:39 $1.29
12.

Flash Tech N9ne 3:52 $1.29
13.

Come Gangsta Tech N9ne 5:35 $1.29
14.

The Melancholy Maze Tech N9ne 1:25 $1.29
15.

My World Tech N9ne & Dalima 4:36 $1.29
16.

Running Out of Time Tech N9ne 3:43 $1.29
17.

The Rain Tech N9ne 4:19 $1.29
18.

F**k Em' Girl Tech N9ne 4:09 $1.29
19.

The Beast Tech N9ne 3:39 $1.29
20.

This Is Me Tech N9ne 4:43 $1.29


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Our Review

Despite the fact that its author is Kansas City’s most respected rap veteran, Everready has an attitude that is more heavy metal than hip-hop. Tech N9NE’s ultra-aggressive, uproarious approach is epitomized in “Riot Maker”: “I don't give a damn about nuthin’! / I'm a sly drinker / I'm a skyscraper / Riot maker!” N9NE’s music may be the perfect accompaniment for a UFC cage match, but Everready still embraces the unpredictable and the individualistic. After all, how many rap albums have the audacity to sample Hall and Oates (“No Can Do”), Art of Noise (“Bout Ta Bubble”) and even Dean Martin (“Welcome To the Midwest”)? Regardless of the source material, N9NE always reforms the music in his own image, creating a torrential storm of heavy rhythms and shout-along choruses. Iconoclastic Bay Area producer Rick Rock provides two of the album’s standout cuts, “My Wife, My Bitch, My Girl” and “Jellysickle,” the latter of which references N9NE’s bizarre hairdo. With the adrenalized theatricality of a WWF wrestler and the pulverizing technique of a mixed martial artist, Tech N9NE might just be this generation’s perfect spokesman.

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Customer Reviews

Absolutely Incredible (5 stars)

Tech N9ne is the most talented, and most grossly underrated emcee in the game today. This album proves it. A lot of people have criticized the production value of his previous work, and although I still love it, I think most would agree that the beats on Everready blow Tech's other tracks out of the water (Jellysickle, produced by Rick Rock, is off the goddamn chain). The rhymes are also deffinitely on par with anything he's done to date, a

Everready (5 stars)

With Aaron D. Yates, aka Tech N9ne, you never know which man will emerge on the track. He explains this as three different personas, the Clown, the G, and the King. When he first made his splash on the Gang Related soundtrack he showed the world that he was more than just a one-trick pony in the vein of Twista and Bone Thugs. Once he released Anghellic, after two huge region hit albums The Calm Before the Storm and The Worst, it was evident

The greatest rapper ever. (5 stars)

It blows my mind how (in my opinion) the best rapper alive today is so under rated that he can hardly book shows on the east coast. Tech brings the fire on this album just as I expected him to. Any real Technician or Juggalo already knows whats up with Tech's music. But for the rest of the world…..Stop sleepin on him. Yukmouth put a million dollar bet that Tech N9ne can beat anyone in rapping, and he was right. I'd put a million on that to

Biography

Born: November 08, 1971 in Kansas City, MO
Genre: Hip Hop/Rap
Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Like many underground rappers in the Midwest, Tech N9ne specialized in bizarre hardcore rap and stood as one of the few recognized rappers based in Kansas City when he debuted in the late '90s. He made the major-label jump with Anghellic (2001), which JCOR Entertainment released with the backing of Interscope Records. The album didn't find a large audience, though, and Tech N9ne returned to the underground and prepared his next album, Absolute Power (2002). A year later Tech N9ne's new label, Strange…

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Top Songs By Tech N9ne

Name Album Time Price
1.

Caribou Lou Everready 4:31 $1.29
2.

The Beast Everready 3:39 $1.29
3.

Riot Maker Everready 5:31 $1.29
4.

Am I a Psycho? (feat. B.o.B. & H.. All 6's and 7's (Deluxe Edi.. 4:04 $1.29
5.

I'm A Playa Absolute Power 4:58 $0.99
6.

Worldwide Choppers (feat. D-Loc, Twi.. Worldwide Choppers (feat. D.. 5:26 $1.29
7.

Worldwide Choppers (feat. D-Loc, Twi.. All 6's and 7's (Deluxe Edi.. 5:26 $1.29
8.

Bout Ta Bubble Everready 3:29 $1.29
9.

Einstein Tech N9ne Anghellic 3:57 $0.99
10.

Demons (feat. Three 6 Mafia) K.O.D. 5:21 $0.69


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