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  • CD (25 mars 2009)
  • Date de sortie d'origine: 1 janvier 2004
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN : B000000OV7
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Les Roots arrivent à conserver un son proprement organique tout en puisant indéniablement dans des supports moins joués, entendez ici plus de samples et moins d’instrumentation live.

Le collectif maison Grand Negaz que l’on imagine dirigé d’une baguette de fer par un Love rarement en manque de riffs,est à l’origine de la majorité de l’œuvre, et le son est résolument plus sombre que sur les précédents. Mais l’ensemble est peut-être encore davantage représentatif de la volonté musicale du groupe. Il est donc logique également que s’y retrouvent de futures connivences soniques du groupe, comme Q-Tip, Common Sense, la voisine Bahamadia ou encore D’Angelo.

« Hypnotic » porte bien son nom et reflète les ambiances à venir les années suivantes pour cette vague de morceaux nu-soul dont J-Dilla se fera le fidèle porte drapeau sonore. « Concerto of the Desperado » claque comme une bande son de western épique et se révèle un parfait hymne. « Clones » diffuse des émotions rares sur une rythmique qui s’enflamme et se relaxe à foison, évoquant les rappeurs sans talent.

Ils arrivent à avoir leur premier tube avec l’appui vocal de Raphael Saadiq sur « What They Do », dénonciation de toutes les causes ayant amené à l’état désastreux du rap à l’époque, qui n’a pas vieilli d’une rime. Un fabuleux troisième album qui encapsule probablement le mieux l’univers musical pourtant toujours mouvant du groupe.
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Par Un client le 25 février 2002
Format: CD
The Roots, avec Illadelph halflife, second album de ce fantastique néo-soul/jazz/rap band de Philly nous offrent un très intéressant opus. Le célébrissime mais néanmoins sompteux "What they do" y est pour quelque chose ainsi que les 2 "leaders" du groupe : ?uestlove et Black Though. Cette touche jazzy soul indescriptible mais reconnaissable grâce notemment à la patte reconnaissable du batteur (?uestlove), véritable poumon musicale du
groupe... Un album qui mérite de nombreuses écoutes et se doit d'être savourer tant il est musicalement riche, à retenir que les Roots n'utilisent aucun samples et sont chacun des musiciens accomplis (même l'impressionnant Rahzel qui nous offre de fantastique prestations musicales... "buccales" !).
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Les Roots pour leur 2eme album "labellisé" nous offrent ici le meilleur d'eux même.
Les Roots est un groupe de véritables musiciens composés de Black Thought le MC
?uestlove le batteur
Hub à la bass
Kamal au clavier
Scratch aux platines
Ben Kenney à la guitare
Et le fameux Rahzel aux beatboxing.
Leurs influences hipHop, soul, Jazz donne une véritable ame à ce groupe.
Sur cet album nous pouvons entendre les apparitions de Bahamadia, Amel Larrieux, Common Sense, D'Angelo et Q-Tip, rien que ca ! Avec de tels featuring, il semble difficile d'avoir un album quelconque.
En effet, au fur et a mesure que l'on écoute ce CD, on en devient amoureux tant le flow et les lyrics de Black Though semble incroyables, un must !
L'atmosphère de cet album est unique et il ne reste qu'à vous de vous approprier cet album au plus vite............
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Quality hip hop for real, real music.The Roots never let me down, I just had to have this LP. Better than this mainstream rap I listen to on the radio. Hip hop culture 100%
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HASH(0x9acf0da4) étoiles sur 5 You may have heard the rumors... they're true! 6 septembre 2004
Par DukeOfEarl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The rumor: This is The Roots best album. The objective truth: Yes, it's true. And this was the 5th Roots album that I finally purchased after TFA, then DYWM, Phrenology, and Tipping Point. This album has a whole different feel and approach to it. "Illadelph Halflife" was their third LP, and where they finally showed us what they are entirely capable of. This one eclipsed what I thought was their best album before, "Do You Want More?!"

Where DYWM was really where you got to meet and get a good feel for this band, "Things Fall Apart" was more of a posse album, and "Phrenology" had some hard rock and neo-soul influence, this album is where Black Thought and Malik B. (M-illa-tant) shine lyrically. Actually, all those other albums frustrated me lyrically, great at times but sloppy and random at others. "Illadelph" is where I finally understood their lyrical approach, and it makes all the other albums easier to comprehend once you get this one down.

This album was very, very mellow; possibly so we can focus on the words. It feels like coffee shop Roots, where they are saying knowledge over chill beats instead of trying to rock a party. The album starts off nicely at track 2 "Respond/React" and does not let up until a short brake is taken at "? vs. Scratch" so we can finally catch up. "Section" contains an eerie, mellow beat, as does "Episodes." "It Just Don't Stop" is more about social analysis than glorifying happenings in the hood and the world, and is an excellent track. "Push Up Ya Lighter" is mellow at it's best and a memorable track leading into Black Thought's proclamation to never do "What They Do"-which is a poppy, slower-paced joint about reflecting and being aware of the type of music that the Roots do. Even though this album is focused on the lyrics, it's still a joy to hear the rest of the band (keyboards, drums) in the background and some jazz added as well.

There could be a heated argument over which half of this album is the best. I consider "Concierto of the Desperado" as kicking off the second half, and this track is hard-hitting and calls for "all the fake sh_t gots to go," which obviously still continued all these years, but it was a great effort nontheless. "Clones" is the only other hard-hitting track, and it is a good one, featuring Diceraw. "No Alibi" is probably my favorite joint on the whole album, where Malik and BT just lay the lyrics down perfectly over a nice beat. Malik's solo "No Pretenders" is excellent with Rahzel in the background, and listening to this shows why Malik is missed (not necessarily by the rest of the band, but by us Roots faithful). "The Hypnotic" is incredible as well, and is more captivating and powerful than the version off the "Men In Black" soundtrack (which is great as well). I almost forgot, on this album Common and Q-Tip give two of the best guest verses that you will ever hear on any album. Common on "UNIverse At War" which is excellent, and Q-Tip passing the mike with BT on "Ital." These two essential guest spots, among others, solidify this as a classic album and the Roots best. The album ends off with three non-lyrical tracks without the two front MC's, and although it doesn't hinder, they should have been shortened into a track or two.

In closing, you really need to get this album if you are a true hiphop head and have other Roots' cds already! This one really displays why The Roots are so valued by the underground hiphop base. I would recommend buying other Roots albums like TFA and DYWM first so you can truly appreciate this masterpiece once you get the privilege to hear it. Compared to your everyday, get-rich-now, fast-food recycling rappers, The Roots truly are committed to doing any thing other than "what they do!"
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HASH(0x9acf0df8) étoiles sur 5 A Hip Hop Magnum Opus. 28 septembre 2000
Par WILLIE A YOUNG II - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
From Chuck D's spoken word intro, to his somber voiced outro 79 minutes later, this astounding album educates, infuriates, shocks and beats you into submission. And there's not a moment wasted. "Respond React" has the best understated melody and bassline ever recorded in rap music history and is positively addictive. Be forewarned, this is not radio-friendly pop rap ("What They Do" being the possible exception), but mind expansive, ambitious and lengthy hip hop, that not only educates, but keeps your head nodding for nearly 80 minutes. The grooves provided by ?uestlove (drums), Kamal (keys), Hub (bass & cello), Rahzel (every sound effect known to mankind) and the remarkable Scratch (self-explanatory) perfectly suuport the hardhitting, socially aware and endlessly inventive rhymes by Black Thought and Malik B and the result is musical murder! Guest spots by Q-Tip, D'Angelo, Common (on the hypnotic deep bass groove "UNIverse At War"), Amel Larrieux (the lovely, haunting, operatic soprano on the masterpiece "Concerto Of The Desperado"), Bahamadia (a smooth freestyle on the sparse yet still DOPE "Push Up Ya Lighter") and Cassandra Wilson whose vocals drift in and out of "One Shine" fill the album to overflowing with a variety of textures, sounds, voices and ambience, yet they don't disturb the flow of the music and don't feel forced or trendy. I suggest listening to this CD through headphones since the music is so intricate and detailed. It seems like a lot of sound and information to digest in one sitting, but once you hear it, you'll keep returning to it. I've owned this CD for almost 4 years now and still manage to hear something new and different everytime I put it on. The Roots have made listening to music an adventure, and easily rank as one of the best hip hop crews of all time. For my money, this is their best album. A genuinely satisfying listen.
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HASH(0x9acf224c) étoiles sur 5 Restored My Faith In Hip-Hop 21 mai 2001
Par Eric - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
How tragic is it that an album like "Illadelph Halflife" was so unfairly overlooked? "Illadelph Halflife" was the first Roots album I bought, after forever hearing the group being praised as one of the most innovative hip-hop groups around. But I was sincerely interested in the Roots because I had never really heard a "hip-hop band" before, "Illadelph Halflife" did not disappoint. This album has single-handedly restored my faith in hip-hop. What's that? This was made in 1996? Where was the revolution? "Illadelph Halflife" should have been the album that revived hip-hop as a creative force to be reckoned with. Nonetheless, I suppose The Roots had their cult following in the underground and they've gained wider recognition with the release of "Things Fall Apart" - but when a brilliant album like "Illadelph Halflife" is released - it gets frustrating that it doesn't get the recognition it deserves as opposed to a Roberta Flack cover (much respect to the Fugees but The Roots deserved it more). There's hardly a dud on the entire album - the beats bounce along with a eerie gritty minimalist feel like Wu-Tang Clan without the martial arts samples and with a more upbeat jazzy feel. And Black Thought is a truly talented lyricist. While some MCs come off as constipated and abrasive, Black Thought's rhymes move with a smooth ease and a pleasant rhythm reminiscent of Q-Tip's playfulness while also reminiscent of Chuck D.'s authority. I can't wait to start looking to the rest of The Roots discography as I'm sure they'll yield much more. I was getting burnt out from listening to "It Takes A Nation" for the millionth time, jaded from listening to "Stankonia" (a trillion apologies to Outkast), the punches and kicks of "36 Chambers" weren't hitting hard enough as of late, and I scratched up "Three Feet High and Rising" from overplaying it. "Illadelph Halflife" will soon join those albums in the pantheon of hip-hop albums that I consider classic. But like those albums...no matter how many times I play it and get sick of it, I'll always return to it. And surprisingly enough, it will sound fresh.
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HASH(0x9acf2618) étoiles sur 5 The Roots- Illadelph Halflife 3 août 2003
Par Done - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Roots (Black Thought,Malik B., Hub, ?uestlove,Rahzel,Kamal) third album "Illadelph Halflife" (1996) is one of those good albums that is bound to be slept on. My introduction to Philadelphia's best came on there 2nd release "Do You Want More?!!.." an album I got from a friend on my birthday. I really enjoyed that album as I enjoy this one, though I missed out on "Illadeph Halflife" when it dropped originally (in my defense 96 was a year with a lot of good music, making it easy to miss out on some albums). Executive produced by Richard Nicholas this comes through as an eighteen track release excluding intro/outro that is. Guest appearances come from the likes of Common Sense, Dice Raw, with vocals from several performers notably Raphael Saadiq & D'Angelo. "Respond/React" gets things started with a lyrical barrage, a strong track. This is followed up by tracks like "Section" a more mellow low key track with a dope beat and "Panic!!!!" a track about street life and the ominous sounding "It Just Don't Stop". Track eight "What they Do" is my favourite joint on this release, a very impressive soulful combination of R&B/Hip Hop which runs at just under six minutes. Roots sound a bit crazy on "Concerto of Desparado" which is followed up by albums lead single "Clones" which has Roots coming out hard while representing themselves and talking about wack MC's. "Universe at War" features Common, and is a decent collabration track. "No Alibi" is another standout track I like. Laid back tracks like "No Great Pretender" and "The Hypnotic" follow and are enhanced by some nice smooth background vocals. Last standout track for me is "One Shine" an impressive jazzed up track, which features no lyricism, instead sampling a variety of intrumentals and vocals. The Roots "Illadelph Halflife" is another solid album from a Hiphop group that even now continues to be underated and slept on, highly recommend checking out this album it does not disappoint.
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HASH(0x9acf26fc) étoiles sur 5 Hip Hop Masterpiece! 2 juillet 2004
Par D. Lee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is truly one of the most underrated hip hop albums to ever be recorded. It could easily be argued that this is truly The Roots' best album. All of their albums are great, but this is certainly their most focused effort. Black Thought and Malik B consistently display some of the most outstanding examples of mc-ing that have ever been recorded. Dice Raw holds his own, Q-tip hits you with some really soulful and heartful rhymes and Common kills it with his usual wit and clever observations on his song. All of the mc's touch on many different subjects throughout the album; dealing with everything from everyday life in urban America to controversial takes on Religion and Politics. And that's just the lyrics, the music itself is a cornucopia of sounds. There are many different styles of music represented in hip hop form on this album. They hit you with everything from jazz to opera all in the form of minimalist hip hop beats. This is basic purist hip hop at its best. For all of you who have grown tired and weary of the sad state that hip hop is in today, allowing yourself to indulge in this album will remind you of exactly what it is that is so great about hip hop music. I encourage you all to take a listen.
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