First Come, First Served

First Come, First Served

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First Come, First Served

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First Come, First Served is the third studio album by American emcee Keith Thornton, better known as Kool Keith. Released in 1999, it is his first release under the alias Dr. Dooom.



Production duties from the album were handled by KutMasta Kurt. According to Allmusic critic Steve Huey, the musical style of the album was an attempt to replicate the production style of Dr. Octagonecologyst.

Lyrical themes and storyline

The album's concept involves a serial killer named Dr. Dooom, who has a fondness for "cannibalism, pet rats, and Flintstones vitamins". The album opens with Dr. Dooom murdering Dr. Octagon. According to Steve Huey, this " Keith's desire to move away from the alternative audience who embraced that album and back to his roots in street-level hip-hop". The lyrical content is darker and more violent than that of Dr. Octagonecologyst. The album's cover is a parody of those designed by No Limit Records most notably Silkk the Shockers Charge It 2 Da Game.


Critical response was positive. Robert Christgau wrote that "No rapper has...
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