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Posted 23 July 2008 - 03:21 PM
Madvillainy 2: The Box
CD Madvillainy “2” The Madlib Remix. 25 tracks. Read more below.
7-INCH “One Beer (Drunk Version)” Madlib's original 2004 version, lost until recently on the floor of his Bomb Shelter studio. If you saw the studio you'd understand.
CASSETTE The Madvillainy Demo Tape. 12 tracks, 36 minutes. This is the first and only official release of the infamous Madvillain demo that “leaked into cyberspace,” while the album was still in progress, as DOOM alludes to in the lyrics of “Rhinestone Cowboy.”
T-SHIRT Nominated. Best Rolled L's. Madvillain shirt.
COMIC BOOK Meanwhile... the continuation of the All Caps video, included with the CD.
THE BOX 12x13x3 inches. Wrapped in silver like a mask.
$124.99 plus shipping - click here
Pre-order: until August 15th
Ship date: September 15th
Madvillainy 2: The Box
Some might say its sacrilege to revisit a classic album like Madvillainy. You know, like George Lucas messing around with Star Wars and digitally inserting Jabba The Hut rapping with Han Solo. But Madlib’s never been one to respect convention - and he made this one for headphone listening while on a ten-hour plane ride to Tokyo. But this reworking (we hate to say remix) was so good that, after we sat with it for a while, we decided that we had to make it available.
Yeah, we’re waiting for the new Madvillain too. Every once in a while we hear from DOOM, and he tells us he’s getting closer. Madlib still sends him beat CDs. DOOM always remembers our birthdays. But, we don’t have the sequel, and we know every nuance of Madvillainy. So we’ve been bumping this album while we’re patiently waiting. And it’s been good. Like visiting with a friend who you haven’t seen in years and remembering why you were friends to begin with.
So now you get a chance to get in on it too.
This album will only be available through our website - we just launched our own store. You know, cut out the middleman, fuck the establishment.... That type of vibe. So here we are, saying: “We’ve got something special. And we’re going to sell it to you in a big ass box full of cool ass shit that you won’t be able to get anywhere else.”
We’re manufacturing based on pre-orders. If you order it, you’re guaranteed to get one. If you decide to wait, well, you might not. These things are difficult and expensive to make. That’s why we’re selling them for a lot of money. And you’ve noticed the ship date right? They’re going to take a while to manufacture. So you’ll have to wait a little while. We’ll do everything we can to beat that ship date, but that’s a guaranteed date. If we don’t ship on September 15th, Peanut Butter Wolf will DJ at your house for you. Any day except Tuesday.
you can buy the MP3's on the stones throw mp3 store now!
How the fuck am I only hearing this now.
Posted 29 July 2008 - 05:38 PM
i still like "The Mask" alot though. then again, i like pretty much anything with Ghostface on it.
Posted 30 July 2008 - 10:19 PM
lol, I'm fucking obsessed.
Posted 30 July 2008 - 10:23 PM
Both Talib and Mos Def were on some next-level shit when that came out.
"consider me the entity within the industry without a history of spitting the epitome of stupidity"
edit: "Definition" and "RE: Definition" are the 2nd and 3rd most played songs on my itunes.
Posted 30 July 2008 - 10:38 PM
It is a great album
Also their solo albums are amazing
Quality is just as good as Black Star
i love a lot of both of their music, but nothing is up to the level of Black Star. Mos' Black On Both Sides and Talib's Reflection Eternal are also great, but nothing compares.
i listen to Quality from time to time, but i think Black Star is 5x as good.
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