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Revolutionary Volume 2

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Revolutionary Intro
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The Point Of No Return
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Peruvian Cocaine Feat. C Rayz Walz, Pumpkinhead, Loucipher, Tonedeff, Diabolic And Poison Pen
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Harlem Streets
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Obnoxious
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The Message And The Money
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Industrial Revolution Feat. Roc Raida
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Crossing The Boundry
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Sierra Maestra
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The 4th Branch
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Internally Bleeding
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Homeland And Hip Hop Feat. Mumia Abu Jamal
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The Cause Of Death
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Freedom Of Speech
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Leaving The Past
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Truth's Razors
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You Never Know Feat. Jean Grae
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One (Remix) Feat. Akir
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 67:46

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Hua Hsu edits the hip-hop section of URB Magazine and writes about music, culture and politics for Slate, the Village Voice, The Wire and various other magazine...more »

05.22.11
Immortal Technique, Revolutionary Vol. 2
2004 | Label: Nature Sounds / The Orchard

Sometimes staying underground is a necessity, lest the Secret Service show up at your door. Radicalized by college, then prison, then more college, Immortal Technique remains one of the more outspoken torchbearers of the late-’80s tradition of fiery, political hip-hop. His first album came out days after 9/11; his second was an attempt to reckon with this event and the changes it wrought. Revolutionary Vol. 2, with a guest spot from Mumia Abu-Jamal, lyrics that… read more »

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Some just cant handle the Truth!

dantron773

This is probably some of the most educated rap you will ever hear. To djdigitaljosh, don't hate the album just because your brainwashed and base your life around 2000 year old fairy tales. The only thing twisted is how religion is used to oppress and control people. Wake up, and seek the real truth and then you will be free!!

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This Album's Trash!

djdigitaljosh

If you put Garbage in, you'll get Garbage coming out. Go check out the Ghostwriter. He's the best I've heard this year. He blows this twisted soul away by far!

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You need this.

carvedstars

Just get the whole thing. It will blow you away. FREEDOM OF SPEECH, MOTHERFUCKERRRR!

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DAAAAAMMMMM!!!!

nativesoul

I am an old schooler, 45 years in this treacherous world, to be exact! When I first heard Internally Bleeding, it knocked the sh*t outta me (lyrically). I had to hear more. Obnoxious was just as strong. This is not for the faint-hearted, or those in denial of the current state of affairs (globally). Much props to I.T. for having the balls and the flow that's as raw as the falling skin of the asian's in the vietnam war (check utube videos for that scene).

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DEEEEEEEEEEP

EMUSIC-Sebastian

This S**t is deep. Enough to wake the living & the dead. It's time for change... seriously folks. The same old game is O to the VER. www.infowars.com ck it - time to recognize

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Holy $hit

elricogrande

every single track on here jumps right into your eardrums and crawls into your head, whether you want it to or not. this guy IS hip hop today. bling is dead - let's hope.

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Put on your seat belt

ViktorVaughn

This album will rock your world. The title Revolutionary Vol. 2 is an understatement. I know Bill O'Riley is afraid of 50-cent and that crap he puts out. But this is the real reason he should be afraid of Hip-Hop. "Obnoxious" is classic.

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Unlike any other....

BuzzLiteBeer

I'm not a big fan of hip-hop (Im a classical dude and also listen to blues/rock). But Immortal Technique is something else...My main issue with mainstream rap was that it was lacking in substance...it was all dance beats with lyrics about hoes, money and other nonsense. This album as well as others highlight what rap started out as: a way to rise above adversity and say soemthing productive.

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If you don't already know, download this right now

j-mals

At the very least, download "The Point of No Return", "Peruvian Cocaine", and "Industrial Revolution". Please. There's a ton of gold on volume 2, Technique brings it to another level here. "Dance with the devil" on vol. 1 is also a must-have. This guy will blow your mind...no joke.

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truth in the form of hip hop.

juliett.oscar.sierra.hotel

Technique spits wisdom madstyle! If Harlem Streets doesn't jerk you a tear, you have no heart.. enlightening listen the whole album through. Other honorable mentions would include Cause of Death, Peruvian Cocaine, The 4th Branch, Freedom of Speech, Homeland and Hip Hop...Again, I say, hit the 'download all' button.

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