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Extinguished [Import]

Prefuse 73 Audio CD
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1. Suite For The Ways Thing Change. a. Your Family b. Your Life c. The Most Beautiful Things d. Your Seeds
2. Tel Aviv's Gravel Toothbrush
3. Pase Rock's Preestyle
4. I Got No Time For Rearviews
5. Dubs That Don't Match
6. Between Man And Woman
7. Martinique Was My Girl
8. Culturaluhorgasm
9. Whisper In My Ear To Tell Me You Hate Me
10. One For The Crime Scene, A Bullet For Your Time
11. Vikings Invade The Meditteranean But Don't Leave
12. Diarrhea Takes Over Your Life
13. I Can't Get My Eyes Off
14. For Some But Not For Me
15. Sao Paulo
16. Arkansas
17. Coming Into Something Better
18. Humor Judgements
19. Wronge Posture
20. 3 Sounds From 94
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5.0 out of 5 stars More accessable than "One Word Extinguisher" Sept. 7 2003
Format:Audio CD
When I first purchased Prefuse's first offering on the Warp label (which turned out to be a very pleasant surprise, as I was anticipating a sound more Warp-ish, that is before they began to dabble in hip-hoppery), I was floored by that amazing concoction of heavily-processed hip-hop samples and analogue synths. I found this sort of sound the perfect marriage between the grooves of hip-hop and the complexity of IDM (or whatever you feel like calling it). I was extraordinarily happy when I found out that Prefuse was releasing a follow up album. I was even more happy when I found out that he was coming through Atlanta on his CD release tour. Though the show was the best I had ever been too, and though I actually listened to many of the tracks before they were released, I found that I was somewhat dissapointed. I was expecting another "Vocal Studies," or, in other words, an offering where the clicking and processing of samples deferred to the driving hip-hop groove. Though this, in my opinion, was reversed in "One Word," "Extinguished" appears to carry on the more focused direction that was found in "Vocal Studies." In this album, which proclaims itself to be "Alternate Takes and Beats from One Word Extinguisher," the songs progress in a gloriously rump-shaking manner. There are absolutely amazing tracks which, fortunately for us, capture the direction of "Vocal Studies," the mania of "One Word," and the analogue playfulness of both. And the album, or EP rather, is just plain fun to listen to throughout. Again, I find this EP to be much more accessable than "One Word," and I will almost certainly be listening to "Extinguished" much more than I will "One Word." Prefuse 73, please keep up the good work.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Check this out Aug. 29 2003
Format:Audio CD
this album is a little different, it reminds me of 92 vs 02. its pretty much just instrumental. But prefuse is insane, he has some of the most creative beats put together. This album is done beautifully, that is why i say check it out. very intelligent cd, i dig prefuse 73.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Check this out Aug. 29 2003
By Tracy Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
this album is a little different, it reminds me of 92 vs 02. its pretty much just instrumental. But prefuse is insane, he has some of the most creative beats put together. This album is done beautifully, that is why i say check it out. very intelligent cd, i dig prefuse 73.
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5.0 out of 5 stars More accessable than "One Word Extinguisher" Sept. 7 2003
By Charles E. Choc Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
When I first purchased Prefuse's first offering on the Warp label (which turned out to be a very pleasant surprise, as I was anticipating a sound more Warp-ish, that is before they began to dabble in hip-hoppery), I was floored by that amazing concoction of heavily-processed hip-hop samples and analogue synths. I found this sort of sound the perfect marriage between the grooves of hip-hop and the complexity of IDM (or whatever you feel like calling it). I was extraordinarily happy when I found out that Prefuse was releasing a follow up album. I was even more happy when I found out that he was coming through Atlanta on his CD release tour. Though the show was the best I had ever been too, and though I actually listened to many of the tracks before they were released, I found that I was somewhat dissapointed. I was expecting another "Vocal Studies," or, in other words, an offering where the clicking and processing of samples deferred to the driving hip-hop groove. Though this, in my opinion, was reversed in "One Word," "Extinguished" appears to carry on the more focused direction that was found in "Vocal Studies." In this album, which proclaims itself to be "Alternate Takes and Beats from One Word Extinguisher," the songs progress in a gloriously rump-shaking manner. There are absolutely amazing tracks which, fortunately for us, capture the direction of "Vocal Studies," the mania of "One Word," and the analogue playfulness of both. And the album, or EP rather, is just plain fun to listen to throughout. Again, I find this EP to be much more accessable than "One Word," and I will almost certainly be listening to "Extinguished" much more than I will "One Word." Prefuse 73, please keep up the good work.
4.0 out of 5 stars Prefuse 73 - Extinguished: Outtakes March 1 2011
By scoundrel - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
EXTINGUISHED: OUTTAKES is a hot mess, one that only Prefuse 73 could present. Even though these bits were axed from his ONE WORD EXTINGUISHER album, he's managed to cobble them into semi-coherency. "Suite for the Ways Things Change" represents the whole, I think, the way it switches tracks, but still seems to be of a whole. The tracks are segued such that it's impossible to tell where one begins and another ends -- a benefit when dealing with such disparate elements. "Dubs That Don't Match" strangely does match, and "Between Man and Woman" begs for something beyond its short running time, as does "I Can't Get My Eyes Off." "3 Sounds from 94" sounds more current than the title would have you believe, while "Robot Snares Got No Cadence of Balance" similarly proves its title wrong. Cheeky Scott Herren... he really knows how to construct.
3.0 out of 5 stars Intake these outtakes Feb. 23 2009
By IRate - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
A rare large disc of outtakes, from another single disc which helped this creative hip-hop beatsmith get recognized, that is surprisingly worthy, if not entirely necessary.
5.0 out of 5 stars Extinguished Nov. 14 2008
By Ian Z - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I would recommend this just for "Suite for the Way Things Change," which has to be one of the best Prefuse songs if not the best. The rest of the album is predictably (if you have One Word Extinguisher) mind-blowing. I have absolutely nothing bad to say about this CD--even the artwork, song titles are awesome--except for maybe the $13 price; I got it new from marketplace for $7. However, that's not to say this isn't worth $13 and a lot more. <3<3<3.
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