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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Digable Planets

I’m totally busy this weekend so I just ripped two classic Jazz-rap CDs, believe me, you can’t say that you’re a true hip-hop fans without listen to this.
Digable Planets' fusion of jazz and hip hop received excellent reviews and solid sales with the release of its debut album, Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space), in 1993, which is widely considered a landmark of alternative hip-hop. The album's lead single, "Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)," became a major crossover hit, winning the Grammy award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group.
Its second album, Blowout Comb, was released in 1994 (see 1994 in music). It was also critically acclaimed, but the trio soon broke up due to creative differences, as well as the deaths of both of Ladybug's parents due to unrelated illnesses. However, after like 10 years off, Digable Planets have reunited and made a tour, and maybe a new album is on the making right now...

Digable Planets (1993) Reachin'
(A New Refutation of Time and Space)

1. It's Good To Be Here
2. Pacifics
3. Where I'm From
4. What Cool Breezes Do
5. Time & Space (A New Refutation Of)
6. Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)
7. Last Of The Spiddyocks
8. Jimmi Diggin Cats
9. La Femme Fetal
10. Escapism (Gettin' Free)
11. Appointment At The Fat Clinic
12. Nickel Bags
13. Swoon Units
14. Examination Of What

Digable Planets (1994) Blowout Comb

1. Slowes Comb
2. The May 4th Movement Starring Doodlebug
3. Black Ego
4. Dog It
5. Jettin
6. Borough Check (feat. Guru)
7. Highing Fly
8. Agent 7 Creamy Spy Theme
9. Dial 7 (Axioms of Creamy Spies) (feat. Sara Webb)
10. NY 21 Theme
11. The Art of Easing
12. K.B.'s Alley
13. Graffiti (feat. Jeru The Damaja)
14. Blowing Down
15. 9th Wonder (Blackitolism) (feat. Jazzy Joyce)
16. For Corners (feat. Monica Payne, introducing Sulaiman)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

One of the most slept on hip hop albums of all time & one of my favorites.