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Instrumentalyst Import

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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (11 novembre 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mo Wax
  • ASIN : B000006YCJ
  • Autres éditions : CD
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting 11 février 2013
Par cassandra tu - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Instrumentalyst has some interesting beats, but because it is an instrumental version of a vocal album, it does leave some thing to be desired.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 21 septembre 2014
Par Maria A. Garcia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
NEVER GOT THE ALBUM IN THE MAIL.BUT GOT THE OTHER VERSION.THANKS!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Spaceman Cometh 13 avril 2003
Par Erik Nelson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Few albums can claim such auspicious genesis: Dan the Automator, making history with futuristic, mind-bending beats, Q-bert scratching himself raw, and Kool Keith reduced to a vague, meandering warble on the few vocal blips that make it through the otherwise undefineable hiphop landscape presented here. Make no mistake, there is nothing, and there will never be nothing, kids, like Instrumentalyst. Without peer, without premise, without imitation. This album will get into your bloodstream. This album will turn you away from all the fakers, the players, the haters, the bitchez and hoze, all those who don't know a goddamn thing about what hip and hop really is. Forward thinking, yes. A dream inside an octagon box of mirrors is more like it. Treat your ears and imagination to this rich, wonderful and most of all SPOOKY album--it has delighted every cool party i have ever thrown, guaranteed, sparked wild, sacreilgious conversation, been worshipped and bowed to, cried over, danced, jumped, shouted to, all manner of twilight behavior, etc... Gentlemen, you have been only fooled by music until you have heard the Instrumentalyst masters. You think your heroes have balls? Eminem, with all his talent, could never have the foresight or guts put out an album like this. Tribe? Crushed by the Instrumentalyst shadow. Find yourself a dark night, some peace, and let this one steep. In. Your. Mind. Oh, and they did this YEARS ago, in the skool they tore down to build the old skool.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 "Let me show you something." 23 septembre 2004
Par B-MAN - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Dr. Octagon: The Instrumentalyst (Octagon Beats) is what the title implies, the instrumental version (the music - beats, samples, and scratches) of the 1996 album Dr. Octagonecologyst. Dr. Octagon is former Ultramagnetic MC's member Kool Keith. The background music is by Dan the Automator (also from Handsome Boy Modeling School) with scratching by DJ Qbert so the wealth of talent on the original recording make it essential. Kool Keith's lyrics and rhyme skills are something to behold. It may well be the strangest of it's kind. So since this instrumental album is basically everything except Kool Keith, there is that element missing. However, this is one case where the music and vocals complement each other. I first heard the album in it's original format with Kool Keith intact and the inventive use of beats and background music was as unique as he was. So when I found that there was also an instrumental version I had to have that as well. Highlights are plenty, but a few personal favorites are "No Awareness", "Blue Flowers", "Technical Difficulties", "A visit to the gynecologist" (although the original is a guilty pleasure), "Girl let me touch you", and of course "Moosebumps" which is a longer version (1:47) of the original album's "I got to tell you" (:48). This one especially works for me because it's a track that I always wanted to last longer with just the music. Bottom line if you liked the original's music or are just a fan of creative trip or hip hop beats, then this won't disappoint. One of the best of it's kind. Dr. Octagon only made one album. I recommend owning both versions.

Also recommended:

Ultramagnetic MC's: Critical Beatdown

Dan the Automator: Deltron 3030/Tron 3030 - The Instrumentals

DJ Qbert: Wave Twisters
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Back in the day....... 16 août 2000
Par Steph - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I remember back in the day...sitting round the coffee table, with a can of Red Stripe, and a packet of Rizla. Good company, lots of laughing... and a soundtrack donated by Dr Octagon.
Instrumentalyst isn't a one on one album. I wouldn't sit down and give it my undivided attention because, quite frankly, it could get a bit boring.
But if you need some beats to freestyle to, if you're happy to chat but need something a bit less depressing than Unkle, something that can remind you of the new dawn of Hip Hop fusion - look no further.
And can I add, the gentlemen who did use these beats as late night backing tracks whilst brooding over their beer - they're well respected artists now.
Who knows where this could lead you to.
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