Stuck Mojo - Declaration Of A Headhunter
Century Media
Rap-Core meets Hard Rock
14 songs (44'45)
Release year: 2000
Century Media
Reviewed by Danny
Surprise of the month

.Before I start this review I need to mention this : I hate rap.

This Atlanta-based quartet have transformed from one of the first heavy guitar-driven "rap-core" bands into an overall hard rock band. Their latest and fourth full studio release, Declaration Of A Headhunter, is a mixture of rap and hard rock. Full of melodies and hooks, the mixture of two "aliens" style is working perfectly. Stuck Mojo has added amazing guitar work, great backing vocals (may be too commercial for early fans) and all songs are really catchy and melodic.

Declaration Of A Headhunter is a real surprise for me. When I hit the play button for the first time, I was sure I will hate this record. Not at all ! This release is one of the catchiest hard rock/rap I have ever heard. Of course, as I said at the very beginning, I hate rap. So I guess that some early fans of Stuck Mojo will not appreciate this "commercial step". I do.

Killing Songs :
Set The Tone, Raise The Deadman, Drawing Blood
Danny quoted 85 / 100
Other albums by Stuck Mojo that we have reviewed:
Stuck Mojo - Violate This reviewed by Danny and quoted 50 / 100
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