Many people were hailing C.I.N. when this, the rappers' first album, was released in 1993. Unfortunately for them, the fuss soon settled as a horde of new artists was starting to emerge from the woodwork, and the following few years saw C.I.N. riding the bench. They did make quite a few guest appearances, but stayed quiet on the solo front. This is easily the most hardcore set of rappers from Richmond, and tracks like "Symptoms of a Psycho," "Let Him Die," and "Kill Without Warning" emphasize this point. All in all, a classic California gangsta rap LP that's surprisingly polished.
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