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  • CD (26 avril 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN : B000065DJ4
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Après dix ans d'entraînement intensif dans le milieu hip-hop, le duo ensorceleur Blackalicious, formé de Gift Of Gab, aka Tim J. Parker, et de Xavier "Chief Xcel" Mosley, a accouché d'une pure merveille groovy baptisée Blazing Arrow. Quand l'un tchache, l'autre mixe, et la formule, testée avec succès sur trois précédents albums, porte ses fruits gonflés de soul psychédélique et de pop bigarrée. Héritiers sur le versant West Coast des positivistes Jungle Brothers, A Tribe Called Quest ou De La Soul, le tandem suinte la spiritualité plutôt que le racisme, la misogynie ou l'homophobie. Et le message fait des émules : Zach de La Rocha (Rage Against The Machine), Ben Harper, Saul Williams, Gil Scott-Heron ou Sean Lennon partagent les rythmes exaltés du duo californien avec des membres de Jurassic 5, de Dilated People et du collectif Quannum (DJ Shadow), etc. Featurings de luxe pour hip-hop extra-large à classer entre Sly Stone et Pharcyde. --Sabrina Silamo

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Beaucoup d'entre nous attendait ce nouvel album surtout aprè la bombe Nia et voici donc Blazing arrow. C'est un album de qualité que nous a concocté Blackalicious sur des musiques rappelant Jurassic 5 (rappelons que sur cet album il y a plusieurs featurings avec Jurassic 5).La piste 11 est sublime, un rap rare au style rapide et intense.A possèder...
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Ce disque est une véritable merveille, plus funky tu meurs! Chief excel est un musicien phénoménal et The gift of a gab un magicien du flow. Certainement le futur du hiphop, ce groupe est tout simplement génial et prouve que San Francisco est vraiment LA ville qui bouge aux states. A ne rater sous aucun prétexte si tu aime le hiphop le vrai bien sur pas celui de MTV. Et même si le rap te prend la tete achète ce skeud tu le regrettera pas... Ben Harper, Saul Williams et Zach de la rocha sont dessus: rien que ça!!!!!!
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HASH(0x95d70a74) étoiles sur 5 The NEXT level of hip-hop 10 novembre 2005
Par Alan Pounds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The next level you ask? Gift of Gab's impenetrably ill lyricism over Chief Xcel's beautifully lush production is something that I would call legendary, unique, and dare I say - untouchable. Gift of Gab definitely possesses a gift that may have you questioning the talents of your favorite emcee. He has endless capabilities as far as his impressive jaw gymnastics are concerned. His rhymes are jam-packed with metaphors, varying tones and rhythms, impeccable precision, and of course lightning quick speed. Like label-mate Lyrics Born, Gift of Gab redefines breath control. But Gift of Gab is quite a bit faster, leaving the listener in awe, and confused as to wear he actually fits a breath in his repertoire. In another respect, he doesn't drop sickly fast rhymes the whole time (which would actually get old). He experiments with his flow like a DJ experiments with their record collection.

This is Blackalicious' major-label debut, released on MCA. And if it sound more expensive than "Nia" (2000), there's certainly good reason for it. The title track sweeps the listener into tranquillity with the gorgeous sampling of "Me And My Arrow" by H. Nilsson. "First in Flight" shines with Gil Scott-Heron as a guest vocalist. It also incorporates elements that would prove to be more prominent in there later works (2005's "The Craft") - live instrumentation. The track also showcases some of Gift of Gabs most impressive skills on the mic. The streak keeps going with "4000 miles" featuring Chali 2NA (of Jurassic 5) and Lateef (of Latyrx) and some of Chief Xcel's dopest production. The guests have arguably never sound better than they do hear. The only thing that wears on me slightly is the repetitive chorus ("Muusiic"). The ?uestlove produced "Nowhere Fast" remains a favorite. Gift's personal lyrics and additional soothing vocals by Miho Hatori makes it a standout. "Paragraph President" also has a sweet driving beat to it, with DJ Shadow helping out a bit. "It's Going Down" is especially funky and soulful, mostly due to the sultry and sexy lyrics brought forth by Keke Wyatt. "Brain Washers" featuring Ben Harper came out a lot better than I expected. My favorite track has got to be the most impressive on the album - "Chemical Calisthenics" featuring Cut Chemist. The production is sick, fast and dead on just like Gift of Gab's incredibly fast, sharp and precise flows. Other appearances are made by Rakaa & Babu of Dilated Peoples ("Passion"), Jaguar Wright ("Aural Pleasure") and Saul Williams & the very tight Lyrics Born ("Release part 1,2 & 3").

Overall, this album is as close to perfect as you will hear from the thriving underground hip-hop scene. Although I must admit, many of these songs border on R&B, and several include choruses (a few of which are somewhat repetitive). Those are usually two things I try to avoid when considering underground hip-hop. But after listening to this album many, many times, I can honestly say there is nothing bad about those songs. They are executed beautifully, and for it's style and effect, it exceeds expectations and succeeds admirably. It sounds full of life, and the large budget doesn't hurt the albums overall effect or message. If you don't like R&B at all, there will be several tracks that won't impress you, or may get under your skin. It's a formula that very few have been able to execute properly, and Blackalicious makes it seem like child's play. It's a record that amazes and reveals more beauty with each and every spin. Definitely a keeper.
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HASH(0x95d70ac8) étoiles sur 5 Still the best, a solid 5 17 août 2003
Par Kurt Lennon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album has been percolating in my player for a year now and it's still as fresh as the day I bought it. One of the few perfect hip-hop albums, free of filler, featuring brilliant production and lyrics, it's just a wonder to listen to. I also have to give a special mention to the interludes after songs which are not given their own track on the album. The interlude after "Aural Pleasure" especially is pure poetry. They are like little nuggets of song ideas that add hugely to the completeness of this album.
Bow and Fire: the perfect intro, sets the mood. A
Blazing Arrow: blazing rhymes and a Harry Nilsson sample. A
Sky is Falling: another brilliant verse, killer chorus. A
First in Flight: just keeps getting better. the first highlight, and that's saying something. A+
Green Light Now Begin: laid-back, smart lyrics. A
4000 Miles: a "journey through music". joyous song. A
Nowhere Fast: the second highlight, devastating lyrics and great music. A+
Paragraph President: an entire song crafted out of a single line from a De La Soul track. not my favorite, but creative. A-
It's Going Down: poppy, but without sacrificing the smart lyrics. A
Make You Feel That Way: third highlight. the lyrics are simply at another level, perfectly fit the soothing music. A+
Brain Washers: not a personal favorite, but Ben Harper does a good job. A-
Chemical Calisthenics: break-neck tounge twisters, a chemistry lesson within three minutes. i hate chem, but not this song. A
Aural Pleasure: the truest title on the album. A
Passion: fiery song, awesome lyrics. A
Purest Love: another highlight, soulful shoutout from Gab to the people who inspired him - his family. add killer chorus and you have A+
Release: three-parter featuring the impassioned screaming of Zack de la Rocha, the brilliant verses of Saul Williams and a great musical outro. A standout track. A+
Day One: brilliant outro, featuring a final nod to the intro, tying the album in a colorful package. A+
You can say what you'd like about my review, but in terms of taking a chance on an artist I haven't heard of before and buying their album, this was perhaps my wisest choice. It is more than a great hip-hop album, it is a great Album, period. A solid 74 minutes of originality and creativity and the best of 2002. Please do yourself a favor and buy this album immediately.
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HASH(0x95d70f00) étoiles sur 5 Blackalicious just keeps getting better and better 29 octobre 2002
Par G. M. Jenkins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Blackalicious's new album shows Blackalicious evolving musically beyond what they did on their first LP, Nia, and doing it to awesome effect. Gift of Gab has improved as an MC and the production by Chief Xcel has gotten even more interesting.
If you aren't familiar with Gift of Gab, he's one of the best MCs in the game today. One thing about him is that he's able to vary his flow song to song which results in an extremely musical sound in his delivery. He also is able to rap fast and clear. In addition, he's intelligent and political.
The production on this album provides the listener with a big variety of cool sounding beats which all sound like classic hip hop.
There are a number of awesome collaborations on this album including the amazing "First In Flight" featuring the great Gil Scott-Heron, "4000 miles" featuring Chali 2NA of Jurassic 5 and Lateef the Truth Speaker of Latyrx, "Chemical Calisthenics" featuring sound collage wiz Cut Chemist of J5, "Aural Pleasure" featuring a really cool vocal from Jaguar Wright, and the mindblowing "Release" featuring Zach De La Rocha shouting release, Saul Williams the amazing poet, and Lyrics Born from Latyrx with a funky as hell verse. Obviously, there are a lot of collaborations on this album, but they all come off not sounding forced, and i was really impressed with the variety of sounds on the album. They sample a Harry Nilsson song for God's sakes!
This album is an amazing sonic journey that is inspiring and just makes you feel good. One of the best hip hop albums of 2002 thus far. Don't even think twice about copping this one.
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HASH(0x95d762e8) étoiles sur 5 Frightening 6 mai 2002
Par Alex Hampton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have listened to Blackalicious for a few years. I love the EP and Nia to death, but I was seriously taken aback at first listen to Blazing Arrow. I felt the first 4 or so tracks seemed a little forced and I felt that possibly they had sacrficed their art for those coporate honchos at MCA. Then I kept listening and found that I was incredibly wrong. Quite seriously I have not felt so adamant about a hip hop album; scratch that, an album of ANY genre in a VERY long time. This album flows absolutely perfectly. At first I was deterred with all the guests I saw that were going to be on this album. Usually, guest appearences feel a bit forced. These are the exact opposite. Every guest on here just goes with the flow. And the flow is that of knowledge, empowerment, passion, respect, and creativity. To me, this is one of those albums that with every track I listen to, while I am listening to it, I think to myself "That's my favorite track" and then the next one comes on and I realize that it is nearly impossible to pick one out of the group. If someone were to point a gun to my head and say "PICK ONE!" Then I would say that "release" could be one of the greatest hip hop songs ever orchestrated. 3 parts of a song, that perfectly take you through emotions in a realistic/theraputic fashion. Gab and Zach spit out the anger, then saul drops the concious thoughts one goes through every so often (some of us a few times a day) and then Lyrics and Gab are there to motivate you to get it together. Truly incredible. Those transitions are the most seemless that I have EVER heard. The entire album's production is amazing. This album is really a milestone for hip hop, it really isnt easy for me to say that, but.. Listening to it non-stop for the past week I can't help but write in and make that statement. I titled this review Frightening because I am actually frightened of this album to a degree. I'm questioning whether or not anyone can ever reach this degree of excellence again. A whole slew of others will try this year, and I hope they pull it off, but, I do have my doubts. Pick your favorite from any genre, be it Radiohead's the Bends, Mos Def and Kweli are Black Star, Roots DYWM, Tribe Low End Theory, Stone's Exile on Main Street, Zepplin IV, Sly and the Family Stone's Anthology, Aceyalone's Accepted Eclectic, any great album in any genre, and then you can add this one to that list.
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HASH(0x95d763cc) étoiles sur 5 "Aural Pleasure," indeed. 1 septembre 2003
Par Andrew Ratliff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A mind-blowing, expansive, sonically rich tapestry of sound, Blackalicious' Blazing Arrow proves that Blackalicious have the most appropriate stage name in the hip-hop 'biz - the duo embody all great facets of African-American music and incorporate them all into a cohesive, if (joyously) schizophrenic, whole. It features more guests than their first LP, Nia, but these guests serve to elevate the entire experience to a whole new plateau rather than to shoulder the burden of responsibility off onto someone else. J5's Chali 2na's thick, distinctive baritone sounds wonderful trading off verses with Blackalicious emcee Gift of Gab and former Solesides alum Lateef on the jubilant "4000 Miles"; poet Gil Scott-Heron croons the chorus to the spacey "First in Flight"; and each part of release features a different, crucial guest - part one finds Gift of Gab ripping it up over the spastic howls of Rage Against the Machine's Zach de la Rocha, part two is a mind-warping spoken-word from Saul Williams, and part three is a funky, old-skool trade-off between Gab and Lyrics Born. That's not to say that Blackalicious couldn't pull this whole shindig off on their own - they're two supremely talented and creative individuals. Emcee Gift of Gab boasts the vocabulary of about 20 college professors and, apparently, doesn't breathe, ever. These facts, coupled with a wonderfully overactive imagination, account for his absolutely KILLER flow, and it's in top form on Blazing Arrow. DJ Chief Xcel's soundscapes make up the other half of Blackalicious' sound, and they are absolutely - well, blackalicious. Soul, rap, R&B, blues, funk, gospel - no genre is off-limits, and Xcel taps all of these and more. Also, his grab-bag of samples includes bits from Harry Nilsson AND De La Soul.
Blazing Arrow is just a wonderful album, something that anyone with even the slightest interest in black music should own a copy of, and a benchmark in the evolution of hip-hop. Besides, who else, hip-hop or otherwise, would ever ATTEMPT something like "Release," much less SUCCEED at it? With Blackalicious, creativity is the word of the day, and, to go by Blazing Arrow, you'd think these guys adopted it as their personal mantra.
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