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Friday, May 11, 2007

Immortal Technique Discography Part 1


In case you've been living under a rock, you should know about Immortal Technique. If you don't here's some info from wikipedia: Most of his lyrics focus on socio-political issues. The views expressed in his lyrics are largely a mixture of left-wing political commentary on issues such as poverty, religion, and racism. His lyrics also express a belief in conspiracy theories (fans have mixed opinions about them), especially regarding the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attacks. He also focuses on the harsh realities of criminality in housing projects of New York City's slums. I'm gonna post his two albums and a popular internet bootleg which contains some of his off-album songs. Look out for part 2, similar to the P-Monch one.





Revolutionary Vol.1 (2001)

01. Creation & Destruction
02. Dominant Species
03. Positive Balance (feat. Big Zoo)
04. The Getaway
05. Beef And Broccoli
06. No Me Importa (feat. DJ Black Panther)
07. Top of the Food Chain Remix (feat. Poison Pen)
08. The Poverty of Philosophy
09. Revolutionary
10. Spend Some Time Remix
11. Dance With The Devil (feat. DJ Black Panther)
12. The Prophecy
13. Understand Why
14. No Mercy
15. The Illest (feat. Jean Grae & Pumpkinhead)
16. Speak Your Mind



Revolutionary Vol.2 (2003)

1. Revolutionary Intro
2. The Point Of No Return
3. Peruvian Cocaine feat.
C-Rayz Walz, Pumpkinhead, Lou Cipher, Tonedeff, Diabolic, Poison Pen
4. Harlem Streets
5. Obnoxious
6. The Message & The Money
7. Industrial Revolution feat. DJ Roc Raida
8. Crossing The Boundary
9. Sierra Meastra
10. The 4th Branch
11. Internally Bleeding
12. Homeland And Hip Hop feat. Mumia Abu Jamal
13. The Cause Of Death
14. Freedom Of Speech
15. Leaving The Past
16. Truth's Razors
17. You Never Know feat. Jean Grae
18. One (Remix) feat.
Akir


The Silenced Revolution

1. April freestyle
2. Belly of the beast
3. Black out special
4. Caught in a hustle
5. Hip hop speach
6. Hok (remix) (feat. breez evaflowin)
7. Underground railroad freestyle
8. Razor death blade stick
9. The rebel
10. The other white meat (feat. soul purpose)
11. In the club freestyle
12. Brooklyn academy (feat. metaphor)
13. Keepin' it raw (feat. c-rayz walz)
14. Fight until the end (feat. sabac & roosevelt phillip)
15. Audio technician (feat. l.i.f.e. long)
16. Bangers freestyle
17. Battles vs. flow
18. Battle vs.
postaboy
19. Battle vs.
c-rayz walz
20. Dance with the devil (instrumental)



8 comments:

blair said...

Slienced Revolution looks similar to the black cargo mixtape, maybe that is yet to come in your post.

Snow said...

Can't wait for part2 thank

ariel said...

Never heard of him (wierd ah?) but ill try to listen to some nice conspiracy songs :P i always laugh whene i hear about those damn conspiracies. thanks :)

Anonymous said...

THAT STUFF IS HOT! THANK YA' FOR POSTING ONE OF THE ILLEST UNDERGROUND MC'S IN OUR TIME!

DAMN, THIS POST IS HOT.....!

CAN'T WAIT TO GET THE SECOND PART!!!

Kazeiro said...

Vol.2 is his best album ;)

Anonymous said...

He's keepin it real thats the only music i like fuck all the other fuckin house niggaz that rap bout theire money nd women FUck them keep ot real

Tawsif said...

folks should check out The 3rd World (2008)

Anonymous said...

Not sure where to post this but I wanted to ask if anyone has heard of National Clicks?

Can someone help me find it?

Overheard some co-workers talking about it all week but didn't have time to ask so I thought I would post it here to see if someone could help me out.

Seems to be getting alot of buzz right now.

Thanks