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  • Atrocity Exhibition Atrocity Exhibition Quick View

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    Atrocity Exhibition

    He is unmatchable in flow, delivery, and voice. Danny Brown has all the tools to be the greatest working rapper. -PITCHFORK


    Atrocity Exhibition is one of the freshest and boldest-sounding rap albums in recent memory, a sonic swirl inspired by the work of Talking Heads and Joy Division that nonetheless sounds like nothing else from the past or present. Featuring contributions from producers like Evian Christ, Petite Noir (who also lends vocals to the world-weary clang of "Rolling Stone"), Black Milk, the Alchemist and frequent collaborator Paul White, the album is full of laser-beam guitars, gym-teacher whistles, creaking vocal samples, and air-raid drones. It is the most intriguing take on hallucinatory rap since the heady heights of Cold Vein or Madvillainy.


    Known for his wide range of collaborations, including everyone from Purity Ring, the Avalanches and Rustie to Schoolboy Q, E-40, and Ghostface Killah, Atrocity Exhibition sees a continuation of this carefully curated mix. Kelela lends her snaking vocals to the intriguingly murky "From the Ground," Cypress Hill's B-Real delivers "Get Hi"'s languid hook, and Earl Sweatshirt, Kendrick Lamar, and Ab-Soul all convene for the twinkling ominousness of album standout "Really Doe." "When XXX came out, all of us were peers, and those were the three rappers who were the best," Brown explains on having the star-packed trio appear on the track. "I felt like we were competitors, they made me want to step my game up. I wanted to put the hottest rappers in the game on there."


    This album is a highly personal take on Brown's ruminations on life and the changes that have occurred -and those that didn't - following the ups and downs of career success. Atrocity Exhibition makes for a thrilling third installment in the Danny Brown biopic, one not to be missed.

    1. Downward Spiral
    2. Tell Me What I Don't Know
    3. Rolling Stone (featuring Petite Noir)
    4. Really Doe (featuring Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul & Earl Sweatshirt)
    5. Lost
    6. Ain't It Funny
    7. Goldust
    8. White Lines
    9. Pneumonia
    10. Dance In The Water
    11. From The Ground (featuring Kelela)
    12. When It Rain
    13. Today
    14. Get Hi (featuring B-Real)
    15. Hell For It
    Danny Brown
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  • Watching Movies With The Sound Off (Awaiting Repress) Watching Movies With The Sound Off (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Watching Movies With The Sound Off (Awaiting Repress)

    Pressed On Red / White Splatter Colored Vinyl


    Housed In A Gatefold Jacket


    Limited vinyl edition of Mac Miller's 2013 album Watching Movies with the Sound Off. Features guest appearances from Earl Sweatshirt, Ab-Soul, Action Bronson, Schoolboy Q, Jay Electronica and Tyler, The Creator. 2-LP set on standard weight red / white splatter vinyl in a gatefold jacket.

    1. The Star Room
    2. Avian
    3. I'm Not Real (feat. Earl Sweatshirt)
    4. S.D.S.
    5. Bird Call
    6. Matches (feat. AbSoul)
    7. I Am Who Am (Killin' Time) [feat. Niki Randa]
    8. Objects in the Mirror

    9. Red Dot Music (feat. Action Bronson)
    10. Gees (feat. Schoolboy Q)

    11. Watching Movies

    12. Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes
    13. Remember

    14. Someone Like You

    15. Aquarium

    16. Youforia

    17. Goosebumpz (Bonus Track)
    18. O.K. (feat. Tyler, The Creator [Bonus Track]
    19. Claymation (feat. Vinny Radio) [Bonus Track]
    Mac Miller
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    Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • Carla Carla Quick View

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    Carla

    Paired with Stax writing whiz-kids Isaac Hayes and David Porter, Thomas had her greatest chart run, beginning with the hit B-A-B-Y and continuing with Let Me Be Good to You. Both of those appear here, alongside evocative slabs of country-soul in covers of Hank Williams's I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry and Patsy Cline's I Fall to Pieces. For good measure, Thomas also tries her hand at the blues with covers of Howlin' Wolf's Little Red Rooster and Jimmy Reed's Baby What You Want Me to Do?

    - Rob Bowman (AllMusic.com)

    1. B-A-B-Y
    2. Red Rooster
    3. Let Me Be Good To You
    4. I Got You, Boy
    5. Medley:
    - Baby What You Want Me To Do
    - For Your Love
    6. What Have You Got To Offer Me
    7. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
    8. I Fall To Pieces
    9. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
    10. Fate
    11. Looking Back
    Carla Thomas
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  • GO:OD AM GO:OD AM Quick View

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    GO:OD AM

    GO:OD AM is the third studio album by American rapper Mac Miller. The album features guest appearances by Ab-Soul, Lil B, Miguel, Chief Keef and Little Dragon. The album received positive reviews from critics who praised Miller for giving a more focused and mature approach to his stoner rap content. GO:OD AM debuted at number 4 on the US Billboard 200 and spawned three singles: 100 Grandkids, Break the Law and Clubhouse. Miller began his international tour in support of the album on September 20, 2015, starting with his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
    1. Doors
    2. Brand Name
    3. Rush Hour
    4. Two Matches (feat. Ab-Soul)
    5. 100 Grandkids
    6. Time Flies (feat. Lil B)
    7. Weekend (feat. Miguel)
    8. Clubhouse
    9. In The Bag
    10. Break The Law
    11. Perfect Circle / God Speed
    12. When In Rome
    13. ROS
    14. Cut The Check (feat. Chief Keef)
    15. Ascension
    16. Jump
    17. The Festival (feat. Little Dragon)
    Mac Miller
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  • The Documentary 2.0 (Limited Edition) The Documentary 2.0 (Limited Edition) Quick View

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    The Documentary 2.0 (Limited Edition)

    180 Gram Limited Edition Red Colored Vinyl


    Features Kanye West, Drake, Lil Wayne and Kendrick Lamar!


    The Documentary 2 sounds effortless and winds up awesome because of it, with singles like 100 featuring Drake and Summertime with its Mike WiLL Made It beat both coming off as cool-headed classics. Dre and Ice Cube show up for the key cut Don't Trip, while appearances from Ab-Soul, Future, and DeJ Loaf prove the Game is up on current events. Somewhere in between are appearances from Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, and Q-Tip, all assisting the MC on this worthy and downright exciting sequel.


    Ten years after what's widely considered to be GAME'S best album, the Compton rapper is now on his 6th album, and he thinks the DOCUMENTATRY 2 will be his best yet, saying, "The Old Me Was Wack! I'm better than that now." - HOTNEWHIPHOP

    1. Intro
    2. On Me Featuring Kendrick Lamar
    3. Step Up Featuring Dej Loaf & Sha Sha
    4. Don't Trip Featuring Ice Cube, Dr. Dre & will.i.am
    5. Standing on Ferraris Featuring Diddy
    6. Dollar and a Dream Featuring Ab-Soul
    7. Made in America Featuring Mvrcus Blvck
    8. Hashtag Featuring Jelly Roll
    9. Circles Featuring Q-Tip, Eric Bellinger & Sha Sha
    10. Uncle Skit
    11. Dedicated Featuring Future & Sonyae
    12. Bitch You Ain't S-
    13. Summertime Featuring Jelly Roll
    14. Mula Featuring Kanye West
    15. The Documentary 2
    16. New York, New York
    17. 100 Featuring Drake
    18. Just Another Day
    19. LA Featuring Snoop Dogg, will.i.am & Fergie
    The Game
    $29.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • The Heist (Deluxe Box Set) The Heist (Deluxe Box Set) Quick View

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    The Heist (Deluxe Box Set)


    Gold Embossed Gator Skin Deluxe Box Set


    180-Gram Double Vinyl


    Custom Gator Skin Textured LP Dust Sleeves


    Nineteen 12" x 12" Song Artwork Inserts


    Art By 13 Unique Collaborators / Visual Artists


    When Macklemore declares his music is David Bowie meets Kanye sh*t, it's a bit of an oversell on the Bowie side, but then again, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring are also honored as influences during Ten Thousand Hours, the biographical highlight that opens the Seattle rapper's vibrant sophomore release.


    These arty name-drops threaten to paint the album as more obscure than it is, but even as glitch electronica and Mad Rad member Buffalo Madonna strange up the breakup number Thin Line, The Heist comes off as instant, alive, and oh so welcoming. Chalk it up to Macklemore's playful and open lyrics (When I was in the third grade/I thought I was gay/Because I could draw, my uncle was, and I kept my room straight) or the album's not so secret weapon, Ryan Lewis, the producer who earns his co-billing with a George Martin or Dave Fridmann-sized sense of purpose and an Internet kid's sense of utilizing anything and/or everything. For the music industry takeover Jimmy Iovine with Ab-Soul as guest, Lewis' production is a mix of G-Unit gangster music and a Houston hip-hop trunk rumbler, while the pro-gay marriage highlight Same Love with Mary Lambert is supported by full-bodied piano and the sound of a bittersweet marching band, all of it familiar yet twisted through a laptop with hypnotic loops and catchy hooks coming out. Gold (feeling like 500,000 sold) is joyous and bright mini-electro that feeds the positive side of the soul, while Can't Hold Us comes with an irresistible bounce, both tracks being light, lovely, and in contrast to the numbers that deal with Macklemore's addiction issues and other obstacles.


    These two talented young bucks can't be contained, and hearing them offer one memorable, meaty number after another makes for an exciting listen, but this is unfiltered freshness released on Macklemore's own label, so the concepts of restraint and focus take a slight hit, leaving the is-he-Eminem, is-he-Childish Gambino, or is-he-Grieves question with no clear winner. Here, he's a mix of all of the above with some distinctive qualities, and with Lewis putting that kaleidoscope style underneath, The Heist winds up a rich combination of fresh and familiar.


    - David Jeffries (All Music Guide)

    1. Ten Thousand Hours
    2. Can't Hold Us
    3. Thrift Shop
    4. Thin Line
    5. Same Love
    6. Make the Money
    7. Neon Cathedral
    8. BomBom
    9. White Walls
    10. Jimmy Iovine
    11. Wing$
    12. A Wake
    13. Gold
    14. Starting Over
    15. Cowboy Boots
    16. Castle
    17. My Oh My
    18. Victory Lap
    Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
    $42.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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