Fear, Love & War

Fear, Love & War is the third album by the hip hop group Killarmy, which was released September 11, 2001, on Loud/Relativity Records. The album came three years after its second album, Dirty Weaponry. Nearly half the album was produced by the group's primary beat maker and group member 4th Disciple, with additional production provided by group affiliates Falling Down and Rebel Dainja, as well as underground production duo the Infinite Arkatechz. The album features guest appearances from Wu-Tang Clan member U-God and Wu-Tang Clan affiliates Prodigal Sunn, Frukwan, Lord Superb, and Polite. The album features the singles "Feel It" b/w "Militant" and "Street Monopoly" b/w "Monster."

Fear, Love & War
Killarmy - Fear, Love & War.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 11, 2001 (2001-09-11)
Recorded2000-2001
GenreHip hop
Length61:29
Label36/Loud/Relativity Records
1927
Producer4th Disciple
Falling Down
Rebel Dainja
The Infinite Arkatechz
Killarmy chronology
Dirty Weaponry
(1998)
Fear, Love & War
(2001)
Full Metal Jackets
(2020)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]
VIBE3.5/5 stars[2]

While the album did not sell as well as the group's first two efforts, it received some critical acclaim, partly due to more mature and personal lyrical content, providing balance to the group's dark production, Five-Percenter militancy, and violent combat imagery. The album is now out of print.

Track listingEdit

Track listing information is taken from the official liner notes and AllMusic.[3][4]

Fear, Love & War
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Intro"  0:50
2."The Push" (featuring Superb)3:53
3."Militant" (featuring U-God)
  • 4th Disciple
3:20
4."Originators"
  • M. McWilliams
  • T. Hamlin
  • Falling Down
3:09
5."Skit"  0:46
6."Sweatshop"
  • 4th Disciple
4:06
7."Street Monopoly"
  • T. Hamlin
  • D. Delvalle
  • R. Stevenson
  • J. Grant
  • M. McWilliams
  • Falling Down
3:55
8."Afterhours Part 1"
  • S. Bougard
  • 4th Disciple
1:01
9."Trilogy" (featuring Prodical Son of Sunz of Man)
  • 4th Disciple
3:13
10."Feel It"
  • R. Stevenson
  • D. Delvalle
  • T. Hamlin
  • S. Bougard
  • 4th Disciple
4:14
11."Skit"  1:17
12."Whatever We Want"
  • J. Grant
  • D. Delvalle
  • S. Murray
  • T. Hamlin
  • R. Stevenson
  • S. Bougard
  • 4th Disciple
4:00
13."Skit"  0:34
14."Monster"
  • T. Hamlin
  • D. Delvalle
  • S. Murray
  • M. McWilliams
  • J. Grant
  • Falling Down
3:38
15."The Hit"
  • S. Bougard
  • R. Stevenson
  • J. Alexander
  • 4th Disciple
3:53
16."One To Grow On"
  • S. Bougard
  • S. Murray
  • J. Alexander
  • 4th Disciple
2:46
17."Skit"  0:36
18."Day One"
  • D. Delvalle
  • N. Julien
  • T. Hamlin
  • R. Falvo
  • E. Fusco
  • Rebel Dainja
4:17
19."Spoken Word"  1:21
20."Nonchalantly"
  • T. Hamlin
  • S. Murray
  • R. Stevenson
  • D. Delvalle
  • M. Dewar
4:35
21."The Rule" (featuring Polite)
  • 4th Disciple
3:28
22."Lady Sings The Blues"
  • R. Stevenson
  • D. Delvalle
  • M. Dewar
  • T. Hamlin
  • Mike "Trauma" D
4:31
Total length:61:18

Notes

  • "Sweatshop" features uncredited raps by Frukwan of the Gravediggaz.
  • "The Hit" and "One To Grow On" feature raps by 4th Disciple.

Samples

  • "Day One" contains a sample of "Dicitencello vuje", written by Rodolfo Falvo and Enzo Fusco and performed by Mario Lanza.

SamplesEdit

Album singlesEdit

Single information
"Feel It"
  • Released: 2001
  • Label: Loud/Relativity Records
  • B-Side: "Militant"
"Street Monopoly"
  • Released: 2001
  • Label: Loud/Relativity Records
  • B-Side: "Monster"
"Which Way You Going" (Non-album single)
  • Released: 2002
  • Label: Wu-Tang/Priority/EMI Records
  • B-Side: "Nonchalantly"

Chart positionsEdit

Chart (2001) Peak
position
Billboard 200 122
Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums 34

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ VIBE review
  3. ^ Fear, Love & War (booklet). Killarmy. 36/Loud/Relativity Records. 2001. 1927.CS1 maint: others (link)
  4. ^ "Fear, Love & War - Killarmy". AllMusic. Retrieved March 13, 2020.

External linksEdit