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Definitive Jux Presents II
 : Definitive Jux Presents II

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by: Definitive Jux Presents




Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0600308884922
Feature: Definitive Jux
Item Dimensions: 4550022575
Label: Definitive Jux
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Definitive Jux
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Definitive Jux
Release Date: February 19, 2002
Studio: Definitive Jux

Features:
  • Definitive Jux



Disc 1:
  1. Same As It Never Was - The Weathermen
  2. Dead Pan - Aesop Rock
  3. Sneak Preview - Mr. Lif & Murs
  4. Hold The Floor - Camu Tao
  5. F.U. For Failure Ugly - Rob Sonic
  6. I Really Like Your Def Jux Baby Tee - RJD2
  7. Paper Mache - Masai Bey
  8. Fulcrum - Mr. Lif Ft. Opio
  9. Dr. Hell No & The Praying Mantis - Masai Bey
  10. Mic Molest - Atoms Family
  11. Freak Show - Y@k Ballz
  12. Stepfather Factory - El-P
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Product Description:
Definitive Jux Presents II

Amazon.com:
Definitive Jux Presents II is the rarest of artifacts: a label showcase album that's consistent, cohesive, and utterly exciting. Listening to this potent New York label's artists is like being inducted into a secret society where hip-hop is smart and brutal, immediate and experimental--a true street art. 2001's Def Jux Presents was notable for the brilliant last recordings of the legendary Company Flow and their mastermind MC, El-P, who incidentally owns the Def Jux label. El-P dominates this volume, as well, producing nearly half of the tracks and starring on two. One of these, "Stepfather Factory," is the epitome of the Def Jux style: a dense, fierce fuzz with lyrics whose sci-fi turns of phrase never weaken their emotional punch. There's nothing here from the label's other heavy hitters, Cannibal Ox, although Ox man Vast Aire does crop up alongside El-P as part of the Atoms Family collective. The new stars this time are elegant DJ Shadow-style RJD2, baroque rhymer Y@k Ballz, and ultrasharp Boston MC Mr. Lif, who manages to name-check Harry Potter and Troy McClure on "Sneak Preview." This is odd, vivid, 100 percent compulsive stuff. --John Mulvey



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