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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

New Releases

Since I've been posting some classics lately, I haven't covered the new releases as much as I should, so here it goes, the major releases/leaks of the last weeks, enjoy.

Snowgoons - German Lugers

German production team, The Snowgoons (Det, DJ Illegal, Torben, and DJ Waxwork), drop their debut album on Babygrande, "German Lugers". Including a high profile guest list of underground emcees, the LP will include songs from each Sean Price, O.C., Edo G., Living Legends, Rasco, Chief Kamachi, Last Emperor, Jus Allah, El Da Sensei, Wise Intelligent, Reef The Lost Cauze, Doujah Raze, MED, Craig G., Celph Titled, Baby Blak, Pumpkinhead, Afu Ra, Wordsworth, Edi Amin, Breez Evahflowin, Majik Most, Kreators, Born Unique, Mitchell Hennessey, and Virtuoso.

Full Tracklist

Wisemen- Wisemen Approaching

After the underground success of Bronze Nazareth's debut, The Great Migration, the artist teams with Think Differently Music Group and Babygrande to deliver the debut from The Wisemen, "Wisemen Approaching". Consisting of Bronze, Kevlarr 7, Phillie, and Salute. The album will also feature guest appearances from GZA, Vast Aire (Cannibal Ox), Killah Priest, Planet Asia and others.

Full tracklist

Sean Price - Jesus Price Supastar

Sean Price (aka Ruck of Heltah Skeltah) returns, once again courtesy of Duck Down. Boasting a star studded guest list, Jesus Price Supastar includes 4 tracks produced by 9th Wonder, plus additional production from Khysis, Illmind, Tommy Tee, plus guest spots from Rock of Heltah Skeltah, Rustee Juxx, Buckshot, Sadat X, Buckshot, Steele of Smif and Wesson, Phonte of Little Brother, Chaundon, and Block McCloud.

Full tracklist.

Mathematics Presents...Wu-Tang Clan & Friends - Unreleased

Compiled and produced by the Wu-Tang Clan's DJ Mathematics, contains rare recordings, remixes and unreleased tracks, as well as outtakes from the cutting room floor that didn't make previous Wu-Tang albums. This album features Ghostface, Raekwon, GZA, Method Man, RZA, Masta Killa, U-God, Inspectah Deck, Killah Priest, Hell Raza, Shyhiem and many more! For fans of the Wu-Tang Clan and hip-hop as a whole, this album is a must have.

Full Tracklist

Hell Razah - Renaissance Child

New from Nature Sounds! 1/4 of Sunz of Man ventures solo with "Renaissance Child". Features guest appearances from Viktor Vaughn (aka MF Doom), Talib Kweli, Ras Kass, Tragedy Khadafi, R.A. The Rugged Man, Timbo King, The Maccabeez, Bronze Nazareth, 4th Disciple, and more.

Full Tracklist

Apathy - Baptism By Fire

Apathy kicks off the new year with "Baptism By Fire", a brand new collection of 27 tracks and freestyles, combining unreleased material, new stuff, and vaulted tracks from his recording sessions - even covers of "Hip-Hop Is Dead", "Speak Ya Clout", "Oh My God", and "Beautiful People". Including collaborations with fellow Demigodz members Celph Titled, Esoteric, Motive, One Two, Styles of Beyond, plus Vinnie Paz (Jedi Mind Tricks), Emilio Lopez, J-Zone, The Inhumanz, and more.

Full Tracklist


KINGGS said...

I like all of these releases, the best one for me right now is the Wisemen one, closely behind it is the Snowgoons joint, then Sean Price, then Apathy, then Hell Razah joint has about 5 really ill tracks, 3 godly awful tracks, then the rest is filler.

Thanks for posting this, even though I already had the albums.

KINGGS said...

Also: the Wu-tang and friends In my opinion isn't worth checking unless your a diehard Wu fan, even then its not going to amaze you, because I'm quite the Wu fan myself, but honestly its just a bunch of remixes, tracks that were not released for a reason, and one or to left over skits.

Hugo said...

good post.. only album i've heard of these is the sean p, i'll mos def check the rest..


atroC.T.X.Z.B.tion said...

just listened once the snowgoons album, the productions seems to me heavier than necessary. don't know if i like it. even wu-tang unrealeased, as kinggs said, is a little disappointing. can't wait to listen wisemen, thanx for posting all the stuff!

Kazeiro said...

I agree, the Wu album is mostly to hardcore fans, because it ain't nothing special...

And Atroc, I also agree that the production on Snowgoons album heavier than necessary, it could be a lot better.

BiffReagle said...

thanks for the info on German Lugers.. i kept coming accross them when looking for the new celph titled releasee but i had no clue who they were.. definately gonna check em out..

hopefully this baptism of fire release is betterrr than eastern philosophy (not that it was bad, just not his bestt)..

DivineJoy said...

hell razah brought the good.