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Operation: Doomsday 1999 Album

Operation: Doomsday Operation: Doomsday
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1. The Time We Faced Doom (Skit) 2m 4s
2. Doomsday 4m 58s
3. Rhymes Like Dimes 4m 18s
4. The Finest 4m 1s
5. Back In The Days (Skit) 45s
6. Go With The Flow 3m 36s
7. Tick, Tick... 4m 4s
8. Red And Gold 4m 42s
9. The Hands Of Doom (Skit) 1m 50s
10. Who You Think I Am? 3m 24s
11. Doom, Are You Awake? (Skit) 1m 12s
12. Hey! 3m 46s
13. Operation: Greenbacks 3m 46s
14. The Mic 3m 2s
15. The Mystery Of Doom (Skit) 21s
16. Dead Bent 2m 22s
17. Gas Drawls 3m 43s
18. ? 3m 9s
19. Hero v.s. Villain (Epilogue) 2m 55s

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Better than 'Madvillainy' as Doom isn't monotone which makes the beats seem better as well. However, he really isn't a great natural rapper, it definitely sounds forced at times. It always perplexes me when I see people rate him highly as a rapper. If only a great rapper had some of these beats is what I usually feel when listening to him, but as mentioned I don't mind him as much on this album. The beats are good, a touch of soul is mixed in often which works well and they are consistently enjoyable, if not supreme. More satisfying to listen to than I had anticipated, but there aren't enough great moments. 3-3.5/5 Best Tracks: Doomsday, Red & Gold, Dead Bent, Gas Drawls
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