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Date Released: February 1, 2005
- Sermon on the Subject of Death
- O Hosanna
- Lifelong Liquidation Sale (1850-1950)
- Lifelong Liquidation Sale (1850-1950) (Continued)
- Sermon on the Subject of Death, Pt. 2
- O Silent Bed
- The Dead of a Day
- Arrest the President
- The History Channel...
- Field Reports from the Fiancial District
- The Toss & Turn
- Jane 2: Electric Boogaloo
- Blind Dates
The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Anticon put out a somewhat accessible album! I’m not hating, I love Anticon, but I am just so surprised, and so proud. It’s like watching your first child graduate from elementary school and progress to middle school… it’s a beautiful thing. Pedestrian creates catchy, broken hip-hop constructed from his montage of different deliveries including spoken, preached, sun, rhymed and unrhymed. He quotes Nas, Flava Flav, Ice-T and Gift of Gab all in the same song. He also has a wide assortment of influence including hip-hop, spoken word, Dylan Thomas, Lorca, Reverend J.M. Gates and the southern “shouter” tradition of preaching, folk music and Biblical imagery. The regular Anticon crew is also on board to help out for beats and back-up vocals. Why?, Jel, Alias, Sixtoo, Matt Chang and Doseone all make appearances at one point or another. It’s definitely a cool album and a great step for Anticon. Mpardaiolo