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Therapy: Sessions With Ross Robinson by Tech N9ne

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Therapy: Sessions With Ross Robinson

Tech N9ne

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Album

Therapy: Sessions With Ross Robinson

Tech N9ne

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Label: Strange Music, Inc
On his EP with the longtime Korn producer -- seven songs and four skits in 27 minutes -- the prolific Missouri rapper makes his juggalo-metal move, complete with stabs at teen angst (locker rooms and truancy in the intermittently Middle Eastern "Public School"), artificially inflated riffs from Limp Bizkitter Wes Borland ("Head Now") and mookish posturing atop funky bongos from Beastie sideguy Alfredo Ortiz ("Hiccup"). The goofy, robotic "I.LL.," where Tech likes ladies (especially lesbians), opens with a Tim McGraw reference. Then dubbish closer "Stop the Sailor" ponders motion in the ocean.

About This Album

On his EP with the longtime Korn producer -- seven songs and four skits in 27 minutes -- the prolific Missouri rapper makes his juggalo-metal move, complete with stabs at teen angst (locker rooms and truancy in the intermittently Middle Eastern "Public School"), artificially inflated riffs from Limp Bizkitter Wes Borland ("Head Now") and mookish posturing atop funky bongos from Beastie sideguy Alfredo Ortiz ("Hiccup"). The goofy, robotic "I.LL.," where Tech likes ladies (especially lesbians), opens with a Tim McGraw reference. Then dubbish closer "Stop the Sailor" ponders motion in the ocean.

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About This Album

On his EP with the longtime Korn producer -- seven songs and four skits in 27 minutes -- the prolific Missouri rapper makes his juggalo-metal move, complete with stabs at teen angst (locker rooms and truancy in the intermittently Middle Eastern "Public School"), artificially inflated riffs from Limp Bizkitter Wes Borland ("Head Now") and mookish posturing atop funky bongos from Beastie sideguy Alfredo Ortiz ("Hiccup"). The goofy, robotic "I.LL.," where Tech likes ladies (especially lesbians), opens with a Tim McGraw reference. Then dubbish closer "Stop the Sailor" ponders motion in the ocean.