Why - Organized Konfusion - Stress: The Extinction Agenda (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download Why - Organized Konfusion - Stress: The Extinction Agenda (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1994
Label: Not on label - HD-76546-1 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Conscious


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  1. Sep 15,  · referencing Stress: The Extinction Agenda, LP, Album, HB I have been listening to a lot of 90's hip-hop again recently, after a break of a couple of years. A lot of the stuff from the era sounds dated now, you notice how the samples are "flying" in and the production skill is less of a mystery these days/5().
  2. Strongly rooted in jazz, the production is consistantly enjoyable. "Extinction Agenda", "Keep It Comin'", "" and the Buckwild produced "Why" are among my favourite jazz-loop beats of all time, based on Herbie Hancock, Cannonball Adderly, Blue Mitchell and Julie Driscoll respectively/5(42).
  3. Jun 14,  · This second LP of Organized Konfusion totally rocks me, but it doesn't try to rock production wise. The snare and drum sounds are kind of thin compared to other things from , but it leaves the instrumental tracks a lot more space to breath and develop their full jazzy deepness/5().
  4. Stress: The Extinction Agenda was well received and is considered to be an underground hip hop classic. Spin magazine included it on Spin's list of the "10 Best Albums You Didn't Hear In '95". The Source gave it 4 stars out of 5 and said that, "The essence of Organized Konfusion is pure guegrifouricanber.reclmutatregoldsyrehamanfudiddmo.co: Hip hop.
  5. May 18,  · The cover art also has an interesting and tragic story, as its artist ultimately succumbed to the extinction agenda and committed suicide later in the '90s. Ultimately what makes this album perfect is how Organized Konfusion make this 40 minute LP feel like it expires in closer to twenty, and thus keeps you coming back for more. And more. And more.4/5(72).
  6. Aug 16,  · It’s been 25 years since Organized Konfusion––that’s Prince Po and Pharoahe Monch––released their sophomore record, "Stress: The Extinction Agenda". Not only is it one of the greatest underground hip-hop records of all time, it’s a crowning achievement of the genre’s richest decade. In celebration, we’re exploring the stories behind every beat and every sample––at least.
  7. Organized Konfusion: Stress: The Extinction Agenda CD - CD, released in the United States by Hollywood Basic (HB), Barcode: -- US CD edition of classic 2nd album, matrix: "2 SRC##01 M1S3" -- Genre: Hip Hop/5(21).
  8. Organized Konfusion (OK) is an alternative hip hop duo from Queens, New guegrifouricanber.reclmutatregoldsyrehamanfudiddmo.co not commercially popular, the duo was one of the most respected and acclaimed underground hip hop acts of the s, largely due to the groundbreaking lyrics of Prince Po and Pharoahe Monch.

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