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1. Playing Parties (Yeasterdays New Quintet - The Stars Remix)
2. Madlib Bonus Beats
3. Muggle Born (High Priest ESP Remix)
4. Girls
5. Girls (Nstrmntl)
6. Quiet Now
7. A Touch Of Spring

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Insane sophomore album Oct. 28 2004
By Mod - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album has no regrets and it feels like it. There's no standard commercial formula, no overblown hype. Abstract Rude, an MC I've never even heard of, invents a whole new style that coexists with Daedelus' strange music, and Busdriver brings his signature delivery to a new level. This album is hip-hop, it's not electronica or none of those fringe genres that music snobs classify music into to make themselves feel smarter. This is pure, true hip-hop. With offbeat, funky beats, and cutting-edge lyrical flow, this remains one of the more underrated albums of 2003 (as well as Diverse's overground debut). If you truly love hip-hop, ditch your dumb Outkast and Talib Kweli records. This is the future of music, the rest are just trying to bring back the past.


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