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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: hanus (Posted: 1/24/2003 12:38:00 PM)
Summary: What The?
Comment: The instrumental album of the Unseen is a lot better than the version with lyrics. Madlib is a mad scientist, stitching unusual samples and beats together. Trust me, the instrumental version takes you to a strange and weird land.
|Name: high-c (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)|
Comment: Now this one's rather bizarre – Not bizarre meaning bizarre, but bizarre meaning good. Thanks to Madlib we have one dope instrumental beneath one fragmented mess of lyrics (those are lyrics, right?). Adding to the quirkiness as well the overall appeal are the tasteful Richard Pryor samples. Quas / Madlib isn't exactly cutting them so I guess I'll just call them samples. I don't know how functional this record is, seeing that it's not really fit for a mixtape and it's certainly not a dance floor number, but it sure does have some novelty value. So, if you're in the mood for the weird, you can now venture over to our online store and get your high-pitched fix.