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Soundsci (Jonny Cuba + Audessey + U-George + DJ Ollie Teeba + Oxygen): Soundsational

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What do you get when you combine the best bits of Mike James Kirkland, a dynamic duo of well respected producers in Jonny Cuba (Dynamic Syncopation) and Ollie Teeba (The Herbaliser) and round out the cast with 3 dope MC's in Audessey, U-George, and Oxygen? Soundsci is the name of the crew and "Soundsational" is the fruit of their collective labors!

Inspired by songs from Mike James Kirkland's "Don't Sell Your Soul" anthology from his earlier days as part of "Mike And the Censations", the album title itself pays homage to the amazing source material that's been sampled, chopped and reconstructed while preserving the soul of the originals. The result are 10 songs that delve deep into Hip-hop's Golden Era with the boom-bap sound and soul samples combined to create an instant classic.

Fresh off finishing Soundsci's independently released first album Formula 99, Ollie Teeba reached out to Jonny Cuba about how great the music was from Mr. Kirkland's anthology and they started work on crafting an EP with no certain plans for release. Before any of the beats were finalized Audessey hears one of the tracks and immediately wants to "get down". The four track EP was then sent to Ubiquity with some background on the project and based on the quality and potential of the demos, four songs were definitely not enough and a full album needed to happen. "Soundsational" is the culmination of all this inspiration and effort and is a worthy addition to the classic albums that fueled it's creation.

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1. Understand the Message
Producers: The Process (Jonny Cuba + DJ Ollie Teeba)
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2. Inner Energy
Producers: The Process (Jonny Cuba + DJ Ollie Teeba)
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3. That's Life
Producers: The Process (Jonny Cuba + DJ Ollie Teeba)
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4. Bust 'Em (In The Dome)
Producers: The Process (Jonny Cuba + DJ Ollie Teeba)
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5. Coastin'
Producers: Jonny Cuba (of Soundsci)
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6. Soundsational
Producers: The Process (Jonny Cuba + DJ Ollie Teeba)
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7. Deception
Producers: The Process (Jonny Cuba + DJ Ollie Teeba)
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8. Rastaman
Producers: The Process (Jonny Cuba + DJ Ollie Teeba)
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9. Get Even
Producers: The Process (Jonny Cuba + DJ Ollie Teeba)
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10. Styles
Producers: The Process (Jonny Cuba + DJ Ollie Teeba)
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Name: (Posted: 5/6/2014 9:12:00 AM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
Location: az
Comment: At first I was reluctant to listen to this because the cover looked kinda like some ol' neo soul bullshit but god damn I was wrong big time, this shit is raw as fuck , it's one of the best cd's that I have heard in a long time, this and Nori Zagnif caught me off guard! When I get paid it's on!
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Name: (Posted: 7/27/2013 11:14:00 AM; Partial IP: 27.131.222)
Location: Leicester, UK
Comment: All I can say about this is.....ALBUM OF THE YEAR!!!!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 7/25/2013 1:27:00 AM; Partial IP: 202.132.73)
Location: CALI
Comment: before there was Southernplaylisticadillacmuzik in 94, the year before in 93 the album titled Van Full Of Pakistans was released and if this dont sound familiar, then YALL SO STUPID. if you like Mass Influ and you know who they are, then Youll like Yall So Stupid who are H20 (aka Kid Captain Coolout), SpearheadX (producer), Logic, Unkle Buk, and Sha Boogie. if you were in tuned to the underground artists just before the mid 90's more like early 90's then you would know where im gettin at. ATL'S Underground that wasnt so dirty as in south at all but more akin to Native Tongues in that respect. and Of course members of Mass Influence once worked for FATBEATS in ATL. Now the reason I brought this up was because you cant forget about Audessey who wasnt a part of Yall So Stupid but was part of Mass Influ. but if you are familliar with both then you would know SpearHeadX who once produced for a Ego trippin part three remix (not from Ultramag but the one by De La) 12' in 94, thats if you copped it. I had to mention it because I cant help but feed more insight about what these artists have done. this is from my experience first hand cus I remember this quite vividly, but just had to brush up on the years from wiki if I was right, and I was.
Name: (Posted: 7/19/2013 12:37:00 PM; Partial IP: 20.135.198)
Location: Vegas
Comment: Yo off the strength of what u said RAD Im going to listen to this tonight....I was a big mass influence and Yeshua dapoed fan.. I also had the first Dynamic Syncopation joint...I'm also in my 40 and been into the culture since 1979...Out
Name: (Posted: 7/11/2013 1:51:00 AM; Partial IP: 202.132.73)
Location: CALI
Comment: from 1999 and anyone remembers Dynamic Syncopation's first album 'Dynamism' which featured Mass Influ and Yeshua daPoed (also Dead Poet society and also once signed to Fondle em) glad I copped this Ninja Tune release. I think this flew below alot of peoples radars. what I was gettin at was I havent heard anything from Dynamic Syncopation for over a decade and this brings it back to the RAW underground Hip Hop of the Boomin late 90's scene those were good times. only a few would recognize who were in tune and knew what was going on, im talkin about the real Hip Hop Underground Heads of those times who are probably in their 30's and maybe early 40's now and if they still follow and keep their ear to the ground yall know whos real and not those early 20 year olds who have to dig randomly (or should I say download late 90's underground joints,that sounds pretty odd as I remember going to the record shop to buy vinyl) and are lucky to even get exposed to the good stuff but usually by second hand experience like listening to old war storyies. Most underground Heads now in their teens and 20s never got the chance to witness first hand how the culture evolved over time. and till this day the Golden Era still sets the bar amongst all the other increments of every five years or less now (talkin bout trendy Bull shit) that the rap game has to reinvent its self and looses touch with its roots all because the younger generation just dont get it and not tryin to be a push over to accept so called innovation by aspiring 20 year olds while they without knowing the evolotion of the culture while keepin in mind actual history of Hip Hop responsibly. you really have to take account the part of Hip Hop that had obscurity, those that deserve recognition that didnt recieve because they werent pushin large units, thats the true underground for ya. well not to get carried away in a rant but that guy Oxygen is twice as nice, and I was aware he was doin shows with the Humble Magnificent EDAN and that just says he runs with the best. and gotta say 'Gone Diggin' is quite the joint, look that up!
Name: (Posted: 6/4/2013 11:22:00 AM; Partial IP: 87.122.179)
Location: Jupiter, USA
Comment: Just heard "Understand the Message" sample on ESPN First Take and as soon as I heard it, I said damn who is this! I gota have this track!! Love that North East coast Style, thought it was The Wu for a second!
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