Danny Brown - Atrocity Exhibition - 2x LP Colored Vinyl

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SKU:
c0009282
UPC:
801061827618

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Album:
Atrocity Exhibition
Artist:
Danny Brown
Format:
12" Vinyl
UPC:
801061827618

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deluxe pink vinyl version - He is unmatchable in flow, delivery, and voice. Danny Brown has all the tools to be the greatest working rapper." -PITCHFORK<br/><br/> 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.<br/><br/> 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.” <br/><br/> 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.
A1Downward Spiral2:52
A2Tell Me What I Don't Know2:31
A3Rolling Stone3:47
B1Really Doe5:19
B2Lost2:07
B3Ain't It Funny2:57
B4Golddust2:24
C1White Lines2:23
C2Pneumonia3:39
C3Dance In The Water2:37
C4From The Ground2:18
D1When It Rain3:15
D2Today3:07
D3Get Hi3:33
D4Hell For It3:49

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