Horror core classic? I suppose. But this was not horror core so much as a well disguised effort in teaching 5% mathematics to a larger audience. Prince Paul and RZA combine during the height of their careers (I guess one could feasibly argue that Prince Paul plateau-d in the early 90's flower era, but regardless) to make a sonically twisted palate, while the raps keep the listener listening. 1-800 Suicide, which was undoubtedly grounds for reactionary lawsuits by parents, was not so much advocating suicide as it was wondering what the fuck is wrong with rich white kids, who, if they can't realize the opportunity they were born with, may as well kill themselves instead of bitching about it to some poor black kids raised backs against the wall. This sort of ideology is what makes this a classic - as relevant now as it was 11 years ago.
Can't say enough about this. If you listen closely you will see the genius of the lyrics here.
I LOVE MUSIC. YOU LOVE MUSIC. THAT'S OBVIOUS BECAUSE WE'RE BOTH HERE. IT'S IMPORTANT TO HAVE THE ARTS IN OUR LIVES BECAUSE IT BRINGS ABOUT AN ABSTRACT UNDERSTANDING OF THE WORLD AROUND US WHICH HELPS US COMPREHEND OURSELVES AND OTHERS MORE COMPLETELY...
I'M SURE LEGALLY SAYING THIS DOESN'T REALLY SAVE MY ASS ANYMORE THAN IF I DON'T, BUT IT'S NOT WORTH RISKING. DOWNLOADS ARE MEANT TO BE USED AS A 24 HOUR PREVIEW OF AN ALBUM TO SEE IF YOU LIKE IT ENOUGH TO BUY IT OR NOT. BESIDES, AS MUCH AS WE LOVE MUSIC, WE MUST THEN INHERENTLY HAVE LOVE FOR THE ARTISTS BEHIND THE MUSIC, AND IF YOU LIKE THE BAND/ARTIST A LOT, DO THE RIGHT THING. I THINK YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS.