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Aesop RockBazooka Tooth ... LP
Def Jux/Block Block Chop, 2003. New Copy 3 LPs (reissue).... $19.99 21.98
Bazooka Tooth finds Mr Rock experimenting further with his voice while perfecting his production skills! On previous Aesop joints, Blockhead and Aesop have worked together to create a sound all their own: haunting, pounding and mesmerizing. It's easy to tell that Aesop wanted a little more control of the sound on this outing and he is not afraid to defiantly push his music beyond a typical hip hop loop. You'll hear tempo changes, odd drunk noises, interludes, whimsical circus sounds, fat synth bass lines, and quicker verbal antics. It sounds as if El-P and Aesop were playing Legos and swapping records a whole lot over the past 2 years. This is not the sequel to Labor, but Aesop's verbal assault is definitely in fine form! Blockhead does manage to show up for three tracks, although everything else is handled by Aesop, with one done by El-P. Guests include Mr Lif, PFAC, and El-P. Tracks include "Freeze", "Kill The Messenger", "Bazooka Tooth", "Easy", "No Jumper Cables", "NY Electric", "Greatest Pac-Man Victory In History", "11:35", "Super Fluke", "Mars Attacks" and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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New Aesop RockLabor Days ... LP
Def Jux/Block Block Chop, 2001. New Copy 2LP (reissue).... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Aesop's poetic genius shines like florescent lights in the basement – pessimistic, hopeful, and fierce, reflecting on the evil repetitiveness of day to day labor in the city of New York. Critically acclaimed from the get go, this one-time Def Jux release is now an indie hip-hop classic. 4 tracks were produced by Aesop Rock, 9 produced by his longtime producer Blockhead, and 1 by Omega One. Tracks include "Boombox", "Coma", "The Yes And The Y'all", "One Brick" featuring Illogic, "Bent Life" featuring C-rayz Walz, "9-5ers Anthem", "Labor", "Daylight", "Save Yourself", "Flash Flood", "No Regrets", "The Tugboat Complex Pt 3", "Battery", and "Shovel". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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New VariousStiffs Live ... LP
Stiff (UK), 1978. Used .... Out Of Stock
A nice batch of live tracks from Stiff's roster: Nick Lowe "I Knew The Bride" and "Let's Eat", Wreckless Eric & The New Rockets "Semaphore Signals" and "Reconnez Cherie", Larry Wallis' Psychedelic Rowdies "Police Car", Elvis Costello & The Attractions "I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself" and "Miracle Man", Ian Dury & The blockheads "Billericay Dickie" and "Wake Up & Make Love With Me", and the whole bunch of them performing "Sex Drugs Rock & Roll & Chaos". LP, Vinyl record album
(UK pressing.)
 
 
 
 



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