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''At a time when most MCs are pressured to strategically churn out a cookie-cutter album every year for fear o losing their spot, Fury is street hip-hop built to last. The force sabbatical gave them ample time to painstakingly evaluate their musical motivations. The 12 carefully crafted tracks on Hell Hath No Fury are pure, uncut dope.'' XXLMAG.com In 2005, Clipse delivered a one-two punch on the mixtape circuit, releasing two in quick succession. This proved that mixtapes could be compelling, cohesive albums in their own right, and brought Clipse to a new height of lyrical complexity. These mixtapes introduced the Re-Up Gang, fleshed out by the gruff Philly MCs b-Liva and Sandman. The streets went wild for it, snapping up well over 50,000 copies on the strength of buzz alone. Hell Hath No Fury strikes a brilliant balance between futurism and nostalgia. It's an album of lyrics-driven hip-hop in the spirit of east coast rap's early '90 heyday, but it's also powered by the noisiest, meanest, most space-age production the Neptunes have ever served up.
Clipse ran into delays in following up to 2002's "i"Lord Willin' and in their absence their crack rap style has been adopted by the likes of Young Jeezy and Lil' Wayne. However, no one seems to floss as outrageously as Clipse's Pusha T and Malice. Hell Hath No Fury isn't as well-assembled as "i"Lord Willin' or as spontaneous as Clipse's lauded mix-CDs from 2005 but it is coldly efficient in knocking out 12 songs backed with superbly dark and sparse tracks by the Neptunes. It's a tight, tidy package with a flint-hard but not overly seriously street aesthetic. Detractors will rightfully note the amorality of it all, but when Clipse are dropping playful lines about being "in touch with the keys/move over Alicia," you realize that all they're really pushing is style. --Oliver Wang