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Quasimoto (aka Madlib): The Unseen (Deluxe Edition)

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4.9 Stars (14 customer reviews)
Price: $14.97
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Disc 1: 'The Unseen'
 
 
1. Welcome To Violence (Intro)
Producers: Madlib
 
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2. Bad Character
Producers: Madlib
 
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3. Microphone Mathematics
Producers: Madlib
 
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4. Basic Instinct
Producers: Madlib
 
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5. Goodmorning Sunshine
Producers: Madlib
 
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6. Discipline 99 Pt. 0
featuring Mr. Herb
Producers: Madlib
 
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7. Low Class Conspiracy
Producers: Madlib
 
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8. Return Of The Loop Digga
Producers: Madlib
 
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9. Real Eyes
Producers: Madlib
 
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10. Come On Feet
Producers: Madlib
 
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11. Bluffin
Producers: Madlib
 
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12. Boom Music
Producers: Madlib
 
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13. MHBs
Producers: Madlib
 
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14. Put A Curse On You
Producers: Madlib
 
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15. Astro Black
Producers: Madlib
 
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16. Green Power
Producers: Madlib
 
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17. Jazz Cats Pt. 1
Producers: Madlib
 
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18. 24-7
featuring MED (aka Medaphoar)
Producers: Madlib
 
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19. The Unseen
Producers: Madlib
 
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20. Phony Game
Producers: Madlib
 
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21. Astro Travellin
Producers: Madlib
 
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22. Blitz (Instrolude)
Producers: Madlib
 
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23. Axe Puzzles
Producers: Madlib
 
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24. Discipline 99 Pt. 1
featuring Wildchild (of Lootpack)
Producers: Madlib
 
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Disc 2: 'The Unseen (INSTRUMENTALS)'
 
 
1. Welcome to Violence
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
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2. Bad Character
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
3. Microphone Mathematics
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
4. Basic Instinct
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
5. Goodmorning Sunshine
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
6. Discipline 99 Pt.0
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
7. Real Eyes
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
8. Low Class Conspiracy
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
9. Come On Feet
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
10. Bluffin'
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
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11. Boom Music
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
12. MHB's
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
13. Put a Curse on You
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
14. Astro Black
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
15. Green Power
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
16. Jazz Cats Pt. 1
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
17. 24-7
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
18. The Unseen
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
19. Phoney Game
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
20. Astro Travellin'
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
21. Axe Puzzles
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
Click to listen!
22. Blitz
Producers: Madlib
instrumental 
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Total Comments: 14
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 6/13/2013 7:00:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
Location: az/ hell
Comment: Original, creative & dope! Classic HIPHOP!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 6/6/2013 4:38:00 PM; Partial IP: .58.11.226)
Location: Colorado
Comment: The best music money can buy in my openion.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 1/16/2013 2:50:00 PM; Partial IP: .200.0.106)
Location: oakland ca
Comment: this is one of those albums that will neva get old yo!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 10/23/2012 4:40:00 PM; Partial IP: 70.141.124)
Location: Space the place
Comment: This album is a classic. It also has some of my favorite beats by madlib.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 10/20/2012 9:06:00 PM; Partial IP: 11.231.194)
Location: CALI
Comment: he "met Quas inna alley" is what he said if anyone saw that in that vhs documentary Opentransport. Jeff Jank on the cover of this album who is the art director for Stones Throw, recognize. Its about twelve years now since I picked up this album on vinyl when it was first released and Im glad I was apart of contributing to the supporting of the artist such as Madlib. Those days were different from now and how independent label thrived then. I think theres too many people doin the same thing now and that it spreads it self thin and the underground is not as exclusive as it was before digital downloading took over. I grew up with the record button and every friday night staying up late just to listen and record underground Hip Hop from college radio... this started when I was 14 and that was 91' son from KZSU and magazines like the Source with the five mic system and later the Rappages and Egotrip is what use to inform me on articles and fashion, but now its blogs and hundreds of them that say the same shit. For me now its not what it looks like (which still is for mainstream fashion) but how it feels when you listen. Todays pop trend is so cookie cut that the same sound kit is being used on mainstream radio rap and not too many producers are willing to take a risk with funky samples from obscure records(happens only in the underground) just like the early 90's. But if they do, the creativity is comprimised by the record label (corporate) and the song does not last long in rotation. It seems that major record labels dont want you to know of the past because they control the future of the feeble minded youth. so any thing underground or foreign is looked down upon not knowing that lots of the ideas come from the underground but is in turn rerepersented back to the mainstream in a dumb down way. The underground is still raw but the artists who have been in the industry for almost more than a decade seems to lack contentment and the expectation from more and more new audiences in the underground gets higher and higher. The younger listeners of the underground have no references to make valid comparisons and judgment in this culture so they are the easier targets of major mainstream labels to wash over the culture clean like a blank slate and create zombies of the next generation. The youth needs to do some homework and lots more of it before the knowledge of true Hip Hop is infiltrated and loses its history.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 10/20/2012 7:42:00 PM; Partial IP: 11.231.194)
Location: 408
Comment: he "met Quas inna alley" is what he said if anyone saw that in that vhs documentary Opentransport. Jeff Jank on the cover of this album who is the art director for Stones Throw, recognize. Its about twelve years now since I picked up this album on vinyl when it was first released and Im glad I was apart of contributing to the supporting of the artist such as Madlib. Those days were different from now and how independent label thrived then. I think theres too many people doin the same thing now and that it spreads it self thin and the underground is not as exclusive as it was before digital downloading took over. I grew up with the record button every night staying up late just to listen to underground Hip Hop on college radio... started when I was 14 and that was 91' son KZSU and magazines like the Source with the five mic system and later the Rappages and Egotrip is what use to inform me on articles and fashion, but now its blogs and hundreds of them that say the same shit. For me now its not what it looks like (which still is for mainstream fashion) but how it feels when you listen. todays pop trend is so cookie cut that the same sound kit is being used on mainstream radio rap and not too many producers are willing to take a risk with funky samples from obscure records(happens only in the underground) just like the early 90's. but if they do, the creativity is comprimised by the record label (corporate) and the song does not last long in rotation. it seems that major record labels dont want you to know of the past because they control the future of the feeble minded youth. so any thing underground or foreign is looked down upon not knowing that lots of the ideas come from the underground but is in turn rerepersented back to the mainstream in a dumb down way. The underground is still raw but the artists who have been in the industry for almost more than a decade seems to lack contentment and the expectation from more and more new audiences in the underground gets higher and higher. The younger listeners of the underground have no references to make valid comparisons and judgment in this culture so they are the easier targets of major mainstream labels to wash over the culture clean like a blank slate and create zombies of the next generation. The youth needs to do some homework and lots more of it before the knowledge of true Hip Hop is infiltrated and loses its history.
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 9/13/2012 10:35:00 PM; Partial IP: .38.86.106)
Location: New Orleans
Comment: Great album, unfortunately the vinyl record is missing the last three tracks, all of which are dope. Probably would not have bought this if I had noticed that before ordering.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 3/31/2011 6:11:00 PM; Partial IP: .70.169.71)
Location: kansas
Comment: This is one of my all time favorites this album will never get old its sooooooo dope and different than ne thing u have ever heard
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 5/28/2010 9:57:00 AM; Partial IP: 232.67.155)
Location: Toronto
Comment: One of the best LP's of all time
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 3/20/2010 5:54:00 AM; Partial IP: 101.74.185)
Location: newcastle, australia
Comment: madlib's alter ego quasimoto is a pig. so so dope tho it must be said.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 1/28/2010 5:53:00 PM; Partial IP: .62.246.23)
Location: Bay Area Frisco
Comment: if I ever got baked off that sticky green, I would play this shit. lol I think I would be somewhere in space of I blazed and put this shit on. otherwise, this is one of my favorite albums ever.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 2/23/2009 11:40:00 AM; Partial IP: .30.22.182)
Location: KC
Comment: WOW...this albulm is dope as hell. Not a single track I didn't like. I could listen to this albulm everyday and never get tired of it. Some ole school shit. Very chill.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 2/8/2009 5:12:00 PM; Partial IP: 12.219.254)
Location: 405, USA
Comment: I fucking love this album. Classic badass hiphop. 3
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 3/18/2008 11:08:00 AM; Partial IP: 5.42.23.11)
Location: VT
Comment: This album is it right here. I couldn't resist it for the first year I got it for more than a week. The beats are some of madlib's most blunted, chilled out, dusty pieces to date. Makes me feel like i'm sitting in the bomb shelter myself.
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