Item description for Grammatical Revolution by Grits...
1) Lil Man Intro 2) Ima Showem 3) They All Fall Down 4) Stugglin 5) C2k 6) Time Is Passing 7) Supreme Being 8) Mans Soul 9) Count Bass D 10) Soundcheck 11) Stop Bitin 12) It Takes Love 13) Return Of The Antagonist 14) I Still Know What You Bit Last Summer 15) Millenium 16) End
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Studio: Gotee Records
Record Label Gotee Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.6" Width: 4.94" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date May 18, 1999
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
ISBN 747409472X ISBN13 0669447280521 UPC 669447280521
Reviews - What do customers think about Grammatical Revolution?
Skill AND Truth Aug 17, 2004
I've read a few of the reviews already, and some of them I cannot aggree with. Grits is a very talented Christian Rap Group, whom I have been a fan of for some time. With songs such as They All Fall Down and Supreme Being, Grammatical Revolution brings a strong message with great beats and lyrics. And a word to those who say they are lame, not talented, or not rap, I have one thing to say to them: Let's see you do better.
I give Grits five stars
Junk Oct 11, 2002
If you're into innovative rap and want something else besides a few guys sitting in their bedroom with a drum machine, then don't buy this album. If you're like me and are into tight beats and wicked hooks like the kind Warren G and Dr. Dre serve up, check out Gospel Gangstaz instead. These guys are wannabees with sloppy ryhmes. OGG's is tight.
Somebody Shoot Me! Oct 10, 2002
The message may be good, but the delivery is weak. How come every Christian rapper thinks they can roll out their drum machine, write a few lyrics that are stale, and fire up their Rolad DX-7 and call that rap?! Still, people like it because it is "Christian". DC Talk was perhaps the greatest travesty ever perpetrated on rap! Shame on them for even calling their music rap (not to mention their marketing-based rock/grunge crossover act)! These guys are no exception. Their style is sloppy. In my opinion, there were two great albums in Christian rap history: 1.) PID's original album Here We Are (a-la RUN DMC), and 2.) Gospel Gangstaz, Gang Affiliated. Beyond that, I'll take Warren G. any day over this garbage...
A review written by: In 'N Out of Krispy Kreme Jul 27, 2002
I for one am disappointed with 'Here We Go.' This single is not nearly as innovative as 'I'mma Showem' and does not have the depth or quality of 'They All Fall Down.' Instead, it is indicative of GRits last release, 'Journey Through My Mind,' where the arrangement is catchy while the lyrics are just average. Besides, the song is just way too short. That being said, I am a huge fan of GRitS. Every album they release is more mature and innovative than its predecessor. I expect nothing less with the new album, 'The Art of Translation'. In fact, these guys are good enough to compete with any hip-hop group in the secular market today. The lack of airplay on radio stations probably means that Gotee is not doing a good job of marketing them.
Uplifting, danceable, Christian hip-hop Apr 18, 2002
This CD is both uplifting and danceable, which I find to be a rarity. The lyrics are Biblically-based and at times pretty poignant. I highly recommend this CD to people who are searching for some Christian hip-hop music that is real and competes with secular contemporaries in terms of style and bass.