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Fast Cars Danger Fire And Kniv


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1. Fast Cars
2. Number Nine
3. Zodiaccupuncture
4. Holy Smokes
5. Winners Take All
6. Rickety Rackety featuring Camutao & EL-P
7. Food, Clothes, Medicine
8. Facemelter (previously unreleased)

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A Must for the Underground Hip Hop Fan Feb. 15 2008
By seejaywhy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
While this isn't Aesop Rock's best album (IMHO), it contains some excellent songs.. my favorite being Food, Clothes, Medicine.. I can never get enough of moaning chick at the beginning against that deep staggered bass.

Honestly, my favorite thing about this particular disc was the inclusion of the "Human Curiosity Sideshow", a small cd-sized booklet containing the lyrics to all of AR's previous albums. This is a true treasure.
Grate album, no lyric booklet Jan. 15 2014
By Josh - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I purchased this album in hopes of having the full collection of Aesop Rocks works and the booklet with all of the lyric's from previous albums was a big plus. But to my avail there was no such booklet in the CD case... Ah well still glade to have the album but in case you are like me and wanted the booklet, I don’t think these copies of the album come with the ever so treasured booklet.

"In February 2005, Aesop Rock released a new EP, Fast Cars, Danger, Fire and Knives. The first pressing of the EP included an 88 page booklet with lyrics from every release from Float until this EP (the lyric booklet is titled The Living Human Curiosity Sideshow); later pressings of the album come without the booklet, but with an additional bonus track, "Facemelter". In addition, a limited number of albums were available direct from Def Jux with Aesop Rock's graffiti tag on them. In response to demands from his fans, Aesop did less production on the EP: three songs are produced by Blockhead, three produced by Aesop, and one by Rob Sonic. During this time he was asked to join the Weathermen to replace Vast Aire."

You can get the booklet at the link below if it ever comes back into stock...
The Living Human Curiosity Sideshow
great starting point for aesop rock June 4 2008
By Jonathan P. Ludwig - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
While it's only seven songs long, they are all better then most of the main stream rap out there. Aesop rock's flow is great and his references are genius.


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