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Primer 55 ‎– Introduction To Mayhem (1999)

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Primer 55 ‎– Introduction To Mayhem (1999)

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1 	Loose	3:02
2 	Something Wicked This Way Comes 	0:08
3 	Supa Freak Love	3:48
4 	G's	3:37
5 	Chaos 	0:32
6 	Pigs	3:33
7 	Stain 	3:38
8 	Revolution 	1:14
9 	Set It Off	3:12
10 	Hey Bubba 	0:08
11 	Introduction To Mayhem 	3:37
12 	Dose	5:15
13 	The Big F*** You	4:19
14 	Violence 	3:17
15 	Hate 	4:22
16 	Funhouse 	0:22
17 	Tripinthehead 	4:49

Bass – Jr.
Drums – Josh McLane
Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals – Bobby Burns
Vocals [Lead] – J-Sin
Scratches – DJ Chris Kilmore
Vocals – M.C.U.D., Rafael "Flip" Hernandez, Mark Harrington
Voice [Whispers] – Rob Caggiano


Fusing hip-hop with hard rock, theatrical aggression with over-the-top humor, Primer 55's Introduction to Mayhem can recall acts as diverse as Korn, Helmet, Everlast, or Insane Clown Posse. The rap side of the equation doesn't always have the ring of authenticity -- it often seems more like a pose designed for effect than the product of a lived-in culture -- but whether that's a concern for you or not, their music is undeniably hard-hitting, great for fans of alternative metal and rap-metal. ----Steve Huey, AllMusic Review


Hailing from Memphis, PRIMER 55 is one of Island/Def Jam's first forays into the rap/metal genre, and to these ears, it is a rather unspectacular one. Boasting a sound that can best be described as a heavier, more aggressive early LIMP BIZKIT, PRIMER 55 are by-the-numbers rapcore that invariably revolves around quieter, "rappy" verses and all-out, in-your-face choruses that are, for the most part, interchangeable. Credit should go out to the band for incorporating metal-tinged moshcore overtones into their songwriting (in the way of BIOHAZARD-style "dance" parts), which help distinguish PRIMER 55 from the rest of the rap/metal pack, but there simply isn't enough on the offer here to warrant further interest beyond the initial listen. The truth is, it's been done before, and done much better. ---Borivoj Krgin, blabbermouth.net

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