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Galactic Brethren: The Fall Of Zidor

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1. Biological Energy
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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2. Brighter Day
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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3. The Galactic Brethren
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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4. Where We Eatin? (Interlude)
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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5. Rediscovery
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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6. The Score (Interlude)
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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7. Unattached
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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8. Art
featuring Ali Macomber
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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9. TJ (Interlude)
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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10. Forbidden Premonition
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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11. Unholy Storm
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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12. Time Dust, Dog (Interlude)
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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13. The Sick Ghosts
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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14. TJ's Machine (Interlude)
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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15. Time Bandits
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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16. Forgotten Land
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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17. GB's On the Beats
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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18. Zidor (Interlude)
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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19. Mutants Amok
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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20. A Village In Distress (Interlude)
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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21. The Fall Of Zidor
featuring Zidor
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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22. The Safe House
Producer: Galactic Brethren (Brother Seamus + Moemaw Naedon)
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Total Comments: 4
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/12/2015 9:36:00 AM; Partial IP: .53.78.114)
Location: Nyc Eberyteen!
Comment: Although, yes, an all-white goofier crew with bac pack writen all overů but you know what? They've done a priceless job on this album. Honestly, for me, it's the intricate lyrics. They surely did their homework so the next day they can score an A plus at school, & I ain't mad! Excellent instrumentals, flows aren't NYC gritty/grimy but in this case it doesn't matter, the music is just down right SOLID. 5 stars for this one and they will be no debating it.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 7/31/2015 1:05:00 PM; Partial IP: 52.212.166)
Location: Denver, Colorado
Comment: I had the strange feeling that this album was made specifically for me the first time I heard it. I say that because I have really loved alternative, themed albums such as Deltron 3030, King Geedorah Take Me To Your Leader and Gravediggaz 6 Feet Deep. Galactic Brethren: The Fall of Zidor really operates in this unique space of not being easily defined. It really packs an amazing punch of heavier beats mixed with some great hip hop stories and interesting skits and interludes that really makes this an expression of art. I have often found that some of my all time favorites albums, like Cage Movies For The Blind or Gza Liquid Swords grew on me more and more over time, I was picking up something different from the album every time I listened to it and this album is no exception. It's a necessary contribution to music. I know I dropped a few names of albums on this post, they were more of me saying I love the feel and uniqueness of those albums, not making a comparison, because this truly stands on it's own feet and does so very strongly. Rediscovery has become one of my favorite hip hop songs to come out in the last 10 years, by any artist. I really mean that. I think for anyone who is very creative themselves, writers, artists, highly conscious people on a spiritual quest; I feel this is the soundtrack for many introspective people. Have this in your library at arms reach at all times. I can't tell you how many nights I've worked on art or have filled up notebooks with this playing. A few tracks always came to mind instantly as providing the soundtrack for an amazing graffiti movie or short video. If you feel like anything that I have said also applies to you, then wait no more and go buy the album!!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 7/30/2015 10:45:00 PM; Partial IP: .52.250.64)
Location: Pittsburgh, US
Comment: This was the first album that I heard from either Moemaw Naedon or Brother Seamus, and it immediately made me an intense fan of their work. The first track that stood out to me was "Unattached." When I heard that song, I couldn't believe how well everything had come together: the message and structure of the rhymes, the sound quality of the mix, and the incredible beat produced by Brother Seamus. It's rare that you come across an album this unique and captivating. Listening to it is an experience. Each song tells a different part of the story. Another favorite of mine is "Rediscovery," which brings the listener into the mind of a compulsive cratedigger. It's refreshing to hear something this original, and when I found out that all of the songs were produced by Moemaw Naedon and Brother Seamus, and mixed and mastered by Naedon, I was taken aback by the sheer dedication and skill it took to craft this album. Definitely check this project out, and also check out Circular Signals by Moemaw Naedon and The Latebloomer, another incredible album, while you're at it.
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 7/30/2015 10:07:00 PM; Partial IP: 51.168.252)
Location: Phoenix, US
Comment: I like MosDef, but I can't think of a single album of his I would listen to front-to-back. If you've ever watched Fist of Northstar higher than a giraffe's privates or appreciated story-albums like Prince Paul's Prince of the City, you will love this album. If both of those references were too self-serving and obscure, we can just talk about this 22 track journey instead. On the sci-fi psychedelic tip, this album manages to have fun with a straight face and never veers into that skinny-fella cornball stuff that happens so often with indie hiphop. I'm talking to the super sarcastic hipsters with no flow or vocal tone. I'm also really grateful that the Galactic Brethren neither claim to have sold rocks to my mom or busted caps on the drilly, dun. I love the beats, mostly uptempo, fuzzy samples and some straight gutter drums. While the main theme is a time traveling adventure into a post-apocalyptic future with a hillbilly weed dealer, several tracks like Unnattached and Rediscovery are stand-alone homages to the special place this music holds in many of our hearts. This is not a solicited review, and I'm prone to hate on stuff I don't like. The only thing I would have done differently on this album would have been to shorten some of the interludes and dial back on the weed smoke. All in all, you've never heard an album like this. It's really fresh when artists come from the heart with a new concept, take the time to develop it, and deliver a consistent, quality record. I'm looking forward to Brother Seamus' solo debut. If you checked this album out and liked it, I would also recommend Circular Signals by Moemaw Naedon and The Latebloomer.
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