Dinner and a Movie

Dinner and a Movie

by Brotha Lynch Hung
     
 

In what must be the best of all possible underworlds, Brotha Lynch Hung is not only on top of his game on this 2010 effort, but he's also found a perfect match when it comes to labels. Dinner and a Movie is the horrorcore rapper's first disc for Tech N9ne's Strange Music, the label that helped Krizz Kaliko…  See more details below

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In what must be the best of all possible underworlds, Brotha Lynch Hung is not only on top of his game on this 2010 effort, but he's also found a perfect match when it comes to labels. Dinner and a Movie is the horrorcore rapper's first disc for Tech N9ne's Strange Music, the label that helped Krizz Kaliko become an underground rap hero by granting the gifted wildman plenty of freedom. Brotha Lynch is treated no differently, and kicks off the partnership with a risky, ambitious concept album concerning a rapper-eliminating serial killer who's much more Jason or Freddie than he is Hannibal Lecter. This is a brutish album with plenty of Rob Zombie-like thrills as voices, sound effects, story-advancing interludes, and sickening skits all keep the listener spooked and unsettled. The best tracks, such as the zombie-stomping club cut "I Plotted (My Next Murder)," can be lifted out of the story and survive on their own, but the album is most remarkable taken as a whole, as the story goes from gross to scary to sympathetic and personal, and then back again, all without losing a step or trying your patience. At 22 tracks, that's quite a feat, but the ICP-meets-West Coast beats supplied by Brotha Lynch and others keep the ears ringing, and the hooks are plentiful enough that even the pure of heart will find these murder ballads stuck in their head for days. Make no mistake, Lynch's unquotable lyrics are extreme, and while it's easy to ignore the crudeness of "Colostomy Bag" and others, tracks like "Sit in That Corner Bitch!" and "I Tried to Commit Suicide" bring true hate and despair. To say Dinner and a Movie isn't for everyone is an understatement, but it's the diabolical and devastating rapper at his very best.

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Product Details

Release Date:
03/23/2010
Label:
Strange Music
UPC:
0893981001681
catalogNumber:
68
Rank:
40374

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Performance Credits

Brotha Lynch Hung   Primary Artist
First Degree the D.E.   Vocals
Calvin Broadus   Vocals
Ricardo Brown   Vocals
Tall Cann G   Vocals
Tech N9ne   Vocals
C-Lim   Vocals
Delmar "Daz" Arnaud   Vocals
Greg MacCarthy   Vocals
Krizz Kaliko   Vocals
G-Smoothe   Vocals
C.N.I.   Vocals
COS   Vocals
Don Rob   Vocals
BZO   Vocals
Ron Danzy   Vocals
Dave Weiner   Vocals

Technical Credits

Brotha Lynch Hung   Composer
Young MC   Producer
First Degree the D.E.   Composer,Management
G-Macc   Composer
Daz   Composer
Calvin Broadus   Composer
Ricardo Brown   Composer
Tall Cann G   Composer
Tech N9ne   Composer
C-Lim   Composer
Delmar "Daz" Arnaud   Composer
Greg MacCarthy   Composer,Additional Production
Kevin Mann   Producer
Robert Rebeck   Producer
Bob Grossi   Management
DJ Epik   Producer
Brian Shafton   Management
Krizz Kaliko   Composer
Richie Abbott   Publicity
M Pire   Producer
Michael "Seven" Summers   Producer
COS   Composer
Korey Lloyd   Publicity
Freddy Machete   Producer
Ben Grossi   Management
Travis O'Guin   Executive Producer
Brett Morrow   Marketing
Don Rob   Composer
BZO   Composer
Britton Kimler   Marketing,Promoter
Aaron Bean   Marketing
Megan McLean   Publicity
Josh Rickards   Marketing
Chris Rooney   Marketing,Promoter

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