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  • Summary: The seventh album for the hip-hop outfit introduces Latin and reggae elements into their sound. Guests include Prodigy (Mobb Deep) and Tim Armstrong (Rancid).
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. 80
    For the first time in nearly a decade Cypress Hill sound like they’re really enjoying themselves, just like they were in the beginning.
  2. The combination of mournful maturity and club-ready fun they come up with on Till Death Do Us Part suits them just fine.
  3. A funk-driven return to familiar ground, laced with dark imagery, beefy hooks and sharp vocal trading. [Jun 2004, p.97]
  4. While the production is good, the divergent styles and lack of cohesion add up to a somewhat schizophrenic offering.
  5. 60
    [Some] attempts at genre-mashing suffer from some uncharacteristically sluggish Muggs production. [May 2004, p.120]
  6. The CD's style jumbling never coheres. [26 Mar 2004, p.74]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 14
  2. Negative: 1 out of 14
  1. christopherm
    May 12, 2004
    well to tell the truth man do i love this c-d man i think muggs putt alot of work in to this new track mi favorite songs to me are money never know and especially till death do us part i agreewith metacratic critics i think b-real just put alot of love into this song till death do us part i think is very sweet and i love the beat 2 me this track and the spanish track they put out are the best for especially thanks metacritic much love !!!!! Expand
  2. MiKLFromdasickside
    Mar 24, 2004
    CYpress are the best
  3. BillyBob
    Mar 25, 2004
    10 ! Biatches
  4. NazatA
    Mar 23, 2004
    the cd is fullfilling includes rock and different types of elements . im a long time cypress hill fan and then i got hooked to rage against by them cause they both are similar and cypress has a passion of different types of music and in this record it features skinhead rob and tim armstrong from the trnasplants , prodigy and twin and Bob Marley's son Damian Expand
  5. johnnyv
    Mar 24, 2004
    Amazing album
  6. LukasZ
    Sep 22, 2004
    many good tracks but some weak like the short tracks therefor an 8
  7. JL
    Mar 30, 2004
    If anyone thinks this album is classic Cypress Hill, they should probably buy a copy of their first album. Yes, it is better than that rap-rock garbage they put out last time, but it doesn't come close to thier debut or even 'Black Sunday'. Think of it: "How I could Just Kill a Man" vs "Another Body Drops"? No competition. Cypress is just trying to sell records to rich college kids because they lost all their street cred over the last 4 albums. Expand

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