Prefuse 73 - One Word Extinguisher FLAC album
One Word Extinguisher. Warp Records (от лица компании "Warp Records"); EMI Music Publishing, ASCAP, CMRRA, Warp Music (Publishing)" и другие авторские общества (4).
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One Word Extinguisher is the second studio album by Prefuse 73. It was released on Warp on May 6, 2003. It peaked at number 41 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart.
Album title and performer's name on front exclusively on sticker. On Scott Herren's second Prefuse 73 outing, ONE WORD EXTINGUISHER, he continues the cut-up hip-hop that made his debut, VOCAL STUDIES + UPROCK NARRATIVES, explosive. His collaboration with Dabyre, "Uprock and Invigorate," certainly does both, while "Dave's Bonus Beats" skims into gospel territory. The songwriting seems to be more in effect here, sometimes in tandem with his musique concrete: "Detchibe" has no end to its funky soul; "Busy Signal" is unspeakably bouncy; "Perverted Undertone" hints at jazz; "Choking You" heads.
Produced by Prefuse 73. Album One Word Extinguisher. One Word Extinguisher Lyrics. One Word Extinguisher" Track Info.
Album · 2003 · 23 Songs. One Word Extinguisher Prefuse 73. Hip-Hop/Rap. Listen on Apple Music.
But One Word Extinguisher shows a range of emotional grappling usually foreign to instrumental hip-hop. It's clear that Herren was coming back to the studio night after night not just for skills and thrills, but for a measure of solace. Make no mistake: This is a breakup record. The never-ending battle" is what Herren calls the break-up that lasted for the year-plus during which this album was in production. I locked myself in my room working, disconnected the phone, bummed out as fuck," he told CMJ in March. You can't talk to anybody, you feel like shit,.
Prefuse 73 continues to toy with the boundaries between man and machine, cashmere and nylon, old and new. That pervasive, subversive nostalgia can be quite enticing. Track Listing: The Wrong Side of Reflection; The End of Biters - International; Plastic; Uprock and Invigorate; The Color of Tempo; Dave's Bonus Beats; Detchibe; Altoid Addiction (Interlude); Busy Signal ; One Word Extinguisher; 90% of My Mind Is With You; Huevos With Jeff and Rony ; Female Demands; Why I Love You; Southerners (Interlude); Perverted Undertone; Invigorate (Interlude); Choking You; Storm Returns; Trains on Top.
One Word Extinguisher. This album has an average beat per minute of 100 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 64/192 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist One Word Extinguisher. BPM Profile One Word Extinguisher. Album starts at 142BPM, ends at 92BPM (-50), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Prefuse 73. Sacrifices.
Album: One Word Extinguisher, 2003. The song "One Word Extinguisher" released on the album of the same name as the song, released May 6, 2003 on Warp Records. Has been played on. Belgium 1. Radio Scorpio.
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|A1||The Wrong Side Of Reflection Intro|
|A2||The End Of Biters-International|
Featuring – Diverse
|A4||Uprock And Invigorate
Co-producer – Dabrye
|A5||The Color Of Tempo|
|A6||Dave's Bonus Beats|
|B8||Altoid Addiction Interlude|
|B9||Busy Signal (Makes You Go Bombing Mix)
Co-producer – Daedelus
|B10||One Word Extinguisher|
|B11||90% Of My Mind Is With You|
|C12||Huevos With Jeff And Rani
Featuring [On A Minidisc Mic] – Mr. Lif
|C14||Why I Love You
Backing Vocals [With] – Jenny Vasquez
Co-producer – Dabrye
Co-producer – Tommy Guerrero
|D20||Trains On Top Of The Game Interlude|
|D21||Styles That Fade Away With A Collonade Reprise|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warp Records Limited
- Copyright (c) – Warp Records Limited
- Published By – Warp Music
- Recorded At – Hate Me Now - Bite Me Later Studios
- Recorded At – Plural Sound Study Center
- Pressed By – MPO
- Design – GHavisualagency
- Producer – Prefuse 73
NotesAll was written and produced by Prefuse 73 besides the obvious and noted collaborations.
Everything was recorded with an MPC at the Hate Me Now - Bite Me Later studios, located in the back entrance to a shithole on a shit street in the A.T.L., bitch!
No. 18 was recorded on C/Diputaçion in Barcelona, España. No. 16 and 21 were recorded awhile ago at the Plural Sound Study Center.
Tommy Guerrero appears courtesy of Mo Wax, Mr. Lif appears courtesy of Def Jux, Dabrye appears courtesy of Ghostly International, Diverse appears courtesy of Chocolate Industries, Daedulus (at least that joint) appears courtesy of Eastern Developments.
℗ 2003 Warp Records Limited, © 2003 Warp Records Limited
Made in England
Tracks listed sequentially on jacket and center labels.
Track D22 unlisted on this release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 801061010515
- Label Code: 02070
- Matrix / Runout (Side A run out, etched): MPO WARP LP 105 A¹
- Matrix / Runout (Side B run out, etched): MPO WARP LP 105 B¹
- Matrix / Runout (Side C run out, etched): MPO WARP LP 105 C¹
- Matrix / Runout (Side D run out, etched): MPO WARP LP 105 D¹
|WARPCD105||Prefuse 73||One Word Extinguisher (CD, Album)||Warp Records||WARPCD105||UK||2003|
|WARPCD105||Prefuse 73||One Word Extinguisher (CD, Album, RE)||Warp Records||WARPCD105||Europe||Unknown|
|BRC-73, BRC73||Prefuse 73||One Word Extinguisher (CD, Album)||Beat Records, Warp Records, Beat Records, Warp Records||BRC-73, BRC73||Japan||2003|
|WARPCD105P||Prefuse 73||One Word Extinguisher (CD, Album, Promo)||Warp Records||WARPCD105P||UK||2003|