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  • CD (31 mars 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B00008BL9W
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. The funeral (explicit)
  2. The wrong nigga to fuck wit (explicit)
  3. My summer vacation (explicit)
  4. Steady mobbin' (explicit)
  5. Robin lench (explicit)
  6. Givin' up the nappy dug out (explicit)
  7. Look who's burnin' (explicit)
  8. A bird in the hand (explicit)
  9. Man's best friend (explicit)
  10. Alive on arrival (explicit)
  11. Death (explicit)
  12. The birth (explicit)
  13. I wanna kill sam (explicit)
  14. Horny lil' devil (explicit)
  15. Black korea (explicit)
  16. True to the game (explicit)
  17. Color blind (explicit)
  18. Doing dumb shit (explicit)
  19. Us (explicit)
  20. No vaseline (explicit)
  21. How to survive in south central (explicit)

Descriptions du produit

"Death Certificate", brûlot social et politique est jeté à la face de l'Amérique blanche fin 1991 Un album annonciateur pour beaucoup des émeutes qui enflammeront Los Angeles en avril 1992 après l'acquittement des policiers ayant tabassé Rodney King. Véritable chronique urbaine,."Death Certificate" transpire l'urgence et la colère. Quitte à heurter. le "nigga you love to hate" a compris que le scandale lui permettait de décupler ses ventes, et il s'en sert. Passé maître dans l'art du story telling ,Cube enfonce le clou avec quelques joyaux du genre ('My Summer Vacation', ou encore le glaçant 'Alive On Arrival', récit de sa propre mort). S'il reste dans la droite lignée de "AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted", ce second LP sonne néanmoins plus brut et dépouillé que son prédécesseur. S'appuyant sur un flow carré et impeccable, une voix énergique pleine de hargne et une écriture simple, précise et maîtrisée, Ice Cube s'impose à travers cet album comme LE modèle du rappeur : violent, conscient, engagé, cru et controversé. "AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted" prouvait que le MC de South Central était l'un des tous meilleurs de sa génération. Véritable torpille sonore et lyricale, "Death Certificate" le fait tout simplement entrer au panthéon du hip-hop.(Julien abcédaire du son)


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un grand classic pour les amateur de old school a posséder afin d'avoir la connaissance du street rap des année 90
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Ice Cube, star du Gangsta Rap fut le premier membre du célèbre groupe californien N.W.A. Il fut très rapidement l'un des artistes les plus controversés du Hip-Hop. Depuis le début de sa carrière, il s'est imposé avec ses rimes profane et politique. Ses deux premiers albums "Amerikkka's Most Wanted" and "Death Certificate" ont été très critiqué pour le contenu des lyriques, mais ce qui n'a pas empêcher leur succès. Au fur et à mesure que sa carrière progressait, son influence commençait à baisser, en particulier car il essayait d'incorporer des choses contemporaine comme le groupe Cypress Hill dans ses chansons. Mais son talent n'a jamais diminuer et il reste l'une des plus grande star du G-Rap des années 90.
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Excellent album de la plume d'NWA, où il règle ses comptes avec ses anciens comparses......
A decouvrir ou redécouvrir absolument!!!!
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HASH(0x918cc4f8) étoiles sur 5 I don't consider this "violent rap", I call it intelligent social commentary. 18 septembre 2007
Par jaydub - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Reading through some of the 1 or 2 star reviews, I can understand some of the sentiments that are expressed. As an Asian American, the track "Black Korea" was initially offensive but then became intriguing in subsequent listens. So with a little research, I learned that the track was presumably inspired by a shooting of a teenage black girl by a Korean store owner. After reading about it, the track seemed more justified, and by that I don't mean it's okay to bash Asians, I only mean I can feel his raw emotion on the matter and see where he's coming from.. Keep in mind, I'm not establishing my position as saying it's either right or wrong. I can only speak for myself in that I've been in that frame of mind where my stream of consciousness goes beyond what is politically correct, and then did or said things out of angst or frustration. I've lashed out at blacks, whites, even other Asians and Asian Americans in the heat of the moment and reflectively regretted those choices later. And for that to be revealed, it is an artistic choice, in my opinion. These days, it seems like there is a thin line between creating and destroying, but it's hard to ignore how tongue-in-cheek Ice Cube is on various tracks on this album. Why is it OK for us to sing along to Eminem songs from the Marshall Mathers LP (which is a terrific album too in my opinion) where every other song uses the word "f_g" and yet chastise someone else for basically doing the same thing? Also, not many have thought about how much social consciousness one is aware of after listening to this album, especially for people who haven't lived through the turbulent lifestyle of someone who's lived either as a black man that is familiar with poverty-stricken areas. For me to have at least a slightly better understanding of that, at the expense of certain caucasians and authoritative figures, is a plus for me. In other words, it's more interesting to think about what MAKES Ice Cube says the things he says to the people he's lashing out at. Many of his tracks seem to make a blanket statement toward whites but who is he really targeting? Saying Ice Cube hates all white people (or even Korean people) is as naive/ignorant as saying Eminem hates gays. We may not all agree in the way that they express themselves through their music (and yes, it's music), but saying those things is definitely jumping to conclusions. When an album has a track as hilarious as "Man's Best Friend", how can you not laugh or how can you take someone so seriously when he is debating about whether a dog is a better tool than a gun? Other laugh out loud moments that Cube has given me is when he ruthlessly makes fun of aspects of hip hop: "I'm sick of that sh** listen to the hit/Cause yo if I look and see another brother/On the video tryin to out-dance each other/I'm a tell T-Bone to pass the bottle" (that was from AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted). In closing, I think Death Certificate is a product of non-sugar-coated visceral angst that is worth a listen if only for a different perspective and nothing else. What makes it powerful is that all of the rhymes seem so "in-the-moment", meaning he says things AS he feels them without censorship, something we'd all like to do sometimes.
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HASH(0x918cc54c) étoiles sur 5 Maybe Ice Cube's greatest album 16 juin 2004
Par J. McQueen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It is hard to say if DEATH CERTIFICATE or AMERIKKKA'S MOST WANTED is Ice Cube's best album.
This album has so many good tracks on it I probably could list them all -- some are: "Wrong N**** to F*** Wit", My Summer Vacation", "Steady Mobbin'", "Man's Best Friend" (one of the 1st tracks to sample George Clinton's "Atomic Dog"), and "Bird in the Hand".
Also, this album has the greatest diss-track ever -- "No Vaseline" which is about Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, and the rest of NWA
This album has great funk-induced beats (that was popular in 1990's rap), and Ice Cube covers several issues of that time in the album.
It is an essential album, but the material may seem dated for the youngin's.
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HASH(0x918cc984) étoiles sur 5 Ice Cube's finest hour...one of hip hop's greatest albums 10 décembre 2006
Par ctrx - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ice Cube's 1991 album "Death Certificate" is arguably the most relevant, controversial, and entertaining hip hop albums ever released. After his solo debut "AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted" stuck a middle finger to mainstream America and pioneered gangsta rap, "Death Certificate" moved on to more relevant issues, Cube dealing with problems and injustices on every track. Ice Cube was never as angry as he was on this album, and he is a man on a mission to justify the injustices he sees and experiences in the ghetto. Lyrically this album is one of my favorites. He uses metaphors often to explain his views, and emerges as one of hip hop's best storytellers, spinning yarns of violence and struggles in the ghettos of South Central Los Angeles. This album was very controversial for its profanities and the way that Cube sometimes comes across as racist, sexist, and intolerant, but he does his best to justify his views and usually does, because he tends to call `em like he sees `em. Musically this album is phenomenal. Most of the music samples 70s funk recordings, which would become a trend for many years to come. The production is perfect, the funky, heavy beats keep my head nodding from start to finish. A lot of the songs are short and get their point across, so there is never a single dull moment. I could really listen to this album forever, it will always be as great as the day it was released and is a timeless piece of rap music. This is to me among the most effective and enjoyable rap albums ever released and is a must have for any fan of hip hop music.

After the intro "The Funeral," the album begins with "The Wrong N... to F... Wit," a threatening and tough song where Cube introduces his Lench Mob crew and represents his hometown, starting the album on a great note. The funky "My Summer Vacation" explores gang activity and violence in a factual and honest manner. On "Steady Mobbin,'" Cube drops raw philosophy over a dope beat. "Givin' Up the Nappy Dugout" has a perfect, classic beat and is hilarious, Cube has a conversation with a girl's father, telling him she's not as innocent as he seems to believe. "Look Who's Burnin'" deals with STDs and their spread and advocates their prevention, this is just one of those relevant songs with a positive message that is still so entertaining because it is told froma man who sounds so real. The sax loop in the beat makes this song great. "A Bird in the Hand" is another classic, musically and lyrically. Ice Cube metaphorically speaks of drug dealings. "Man's Best Friend" talks about the necessity of packing a gun in the ghetto and has another great beat. "Alive on Arrival" is an amazing song, telling a tale of being shot and the ensuing drama. Its message attacks the way that hospitals and police operate. "I Wanna Kill Sam" attacks the country at large, and "Horny Lil' Devil" pokes fun at white men who come to the hood looking for women and riches. "Black Korea" is a short, very interesting song. Cube talks about how he dislikes the operation of Asian-owned stores in the ghetto, and while it is controversial it's very compelling to hear what he has to say. The ultra-funky "True to the Game" is an exercise in great production and lyricism. "Color Blind" talks about the way that men will kill another based on the gang colors they wear, with more great musical backings. "Doin' Dumb S..." is funny, talking about mistakes he made growing up, and the beat is heavy with horns. "No Vaseline" is a great song where the MC lashes out at the rappers and management of his former group NWA. The album ends with the entertaining and self explanatory "How to Survive in South Central." The skits on this album are all funny and contribute to the feeling of the album, dealing with the same topics as the rest of the disc.

"Death Certificate" is completely amazing from start to finish. Never has a man put so much heart and emotion into a rap album, and this is a true standard that any rap act should hope to match. Every fan of hip hop must have this album, and fans new to Ice Cube should certainly not hesitate to purchase this disc. This record is legendary in every way and deserves all the recognition it has warranted.
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HASH(0x918ccd50) étoiles sur 5 the ultimate test? 24 mars 2005
Par al-jemimah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
this album is pretty hard to listen to. neither cube's unflinching examinations of early 90s young black male attitudes or his personal venom directed at critics, sellouts, uncle toms and at nwa pulls any punches (though the accusations of anti-semitism on this album are greatly exaggerated). it is a brutal listen at times and not for the close-minded, the timid or the ignorant.

but there is no way anyone can deny the absolutely incredible musicality at work here. the massively underrated sir jinx as well as cube himself craft unbelievable beats obviously heavily influenced by the bomb squad production on the first ice cube record. the amount of texture and depth to these beats, and the inventiveness and precision of the sample use, results in some of the finest beats ever heard in hip hop. some of the best bits include the muffled drunken wail of the horns and the funky breakdown on "black korea", the huge snare on "man's best friend", the ridiculous vocal sample on "my summer vacation", the bird call scratches on "a bird in the hand". and ice cube as a rapper - his turn of phrase, his rhythm and his immense voice - was never and has not been better. every syllable is ferociously slammed onto the beat like one of those licence plate machines and enunciated with such unbelievable clarity and power.

not for the weak of heart or mind. but a infinitely rewarding musical experience
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HASH(0x918cce34) étoiles sur 5 Best Ice Cube Album, And One Of The Best Albums Ever 4 août 2005
Par Ludacris88 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ice Cube is a top 10 MC of all time. The greatest west coast rapper ever (yes, better than 2Pac). I would say Death Certificate is the best album of his great discogrophy (Straight Outta Compton is a bit better, though). This is one of my favorite albums of all time, and if you don't have this, your rap collection is not complete.

Produced by Sir Jinx, Ice Cube himself, and The Boogiemen (DJ Pooh, Bobcat & Rashad), Death Certificate has the usual DOPE Ice Cube production. His first album (AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted), laced by Public Enemy producers The Bomb Squad, Sir Jinx & Cube, had unique East meets West production, which was pretty much continued on this one, but with only West Coast producers this time.

As usual Cube rips the album with tons of storytelling, and just the overall great lyricism that makes Ice Cube an elite MC.

Top 5 Songs (In Order):

1. No Vaseline - Diss to N.W.A., and my favorite diss track of all time. Dope beat, and just hard hitting lyrics.

2. Steady Mobbin' - Maybe the best beat on the CD, and one of Cube's best lyrically.

3. My Summer Vacation - Another NICE storytelling song, with another just FUNKY beat

4. Alive On Arrival - Great storytelling song, and produced extremely well

5. I Wanna Kill Sam - Most creative song on the album, nice concept and it was done extremely well

Lyrics/Substance/Subject Matter - 10/10
Flow/Delivery - 10/10
Production - 10/10
Overall Feel - 10/10

Party Rating - 6/10 - Ice Cube isnt a party MC at all, but some of these beats definately get you out your chair.
Overall Rating - 10/10 - Classic. Essential album.
Guest Apperances - 9/10 - Threat, KAM, WC, Coolio, King Tee & Jay Dee - All on one song, 'Color Blind', and all of them come correct
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