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Handsome Boy Modeling School, Dan The Automator Audio CD


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Listen  1. Rock N' Roll (Could Never Hip Hop Like This)Handsome Boy Modeling School 4:21£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. MagnetizingHandsome Boy Modeling School 6:10£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Metaphysical (A Good Day)Handsome Boy Modeling School 3:26£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Look At This Face (Oh My God They're Gorgeous)Handsome Boy Modeling School 1:59£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. WaterworldHandsome Boy Modeling School 5:22£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Once Again (Here To Kick One For You)Handsome Boy Modeling School 4:01£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. The TruthHandsome Boy Modeling School 5:37£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Holy Calamity (Bear Witness II)Handsome Boy Modeling School 4:01£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Calling The BizHandsome Boy Modeling School0:49£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen10. The Projects (PJays)Handsome Boy Modeling School 4:29£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Sunshine (Groove Armada Sunset Dub)Handsome Boy Modeling School feat. Sean Lennon, Money Mark & Father Guido Sarducci 8:33£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Modeling SucksHandsome Boy Modeling School 1:02£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Torch Song TrilogyHandsome Boy Modeling School 3:54£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen14. The Runaway SongHandsome Boy Modeling School 4:48£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen15. Megaton B-Boy 2000Handsome Boy Modeling School 4:57£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen16. Father SpeaksHandsome Boy Modeling School 1:27£0.79  Buy MP3 


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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars  65 reviews
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Does Prince Paul Ever EVER Fail Us? 23 Nov 1999
By "that_funky_dj" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
For the past 12 or 13 years, Prince Paul has graced so many tracks, I lose count because I run out of fingers and toes, and now THIS. With the Automator, Prince Paul shines even more, not to mention one of the greatest casts of the '90s (Del, Shadow, El-P, J-Live, etc.). I mean, it's stunning the work that these people do. The breaks, the soulful tracks, the tracks where Del just rips the hell out of the beat... Amazing. Album of the year, hands down.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Prince and the Automator Deliver Best Kept Secret of 1999 8 Jun 2004
By Gymlinks - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
There once was a time in the early to mid 1990's when rap actually meant something. Groups and artists like Souls of Mischief, De La Soul, Tribe, Jeru and Nas had perfected rap to a pure art form devoid of all of the corny cliches far too evedent in todays hip hop/R&B fusion numbers that grace the Billboard charts. Back then, rap music was mostly an underground phenomenon featuring artists who used their poetic skills to tell a story of the streets and social issues that were for the most part ignored by the public at large. Not all of it was serious to be sure. Groups such as the Pharcide and Digital Underground were great for those hot summer night parties.
Once the major record companies got hold of the idea that rap could be a major cash cow, they started to sign artists whose philosophy was more style than substance and groups who prospered during the heyday of rap either had to gloss their style in order to become more mainstream or disapear back into the underground. It was sad to see the artists who chose the former route sell themselves to make a quick buck. It was at this time that I deceided to get out of the genre that I loved so much.
When I heard about this album, I was overjoyed. With HBMS, you have two of the greatest hip hop producers to ever grace the sound boards coming together and producing a masterpiece, the lights of which have not been seen for quite a while. What makes this album so great is that they have invited some of the artists that shaped the glory days of rap (DJ Shadow, Del, Grand Puba, Sadat X) plus artists from totoally different genres such as Moloko and Alec Empire to create a work so varied in style, but at the same time focused into a cohesive unit. Del and Sadat are as good as they have ever been, but it is DJ Shadow and his "Holy Calamity (Bear Witnesss II)" turntablist masterpiece that steals the show. The Chris Elliot sit-com peices are also a riot.
Pick this up and you will be pleasantly surprised.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Handsome Boy Modeling School breaks new grounds 6 April 2000
By "e-factor" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
   I know what your thinking: "what the eff is Handsome Boy Modeling School?" Let me introduce to you Nathaniel Merriweather (Dan The Automator) and Chest Rockwell (Prince Paul): hence, Handsome Boy Modeling School. And let me tell you, this LP which holds 16 joints of spoken word, DJing, MCing, and some tight ladies and guys on the R&B tip, is the most diverse and experimental disc possibly in the country.
   It's one jawn I'm digging is called "The Truth", which features Roisin of Moloko (and let me tell you, she's got a very nice voice), and my man jiggy J-Live. This joint opens up with these feather-soft piano tones, violin harmonies, and a horn here and there that just interlace perfectly with a thumping bass line. Roisin Murphy lays down some tight vocals for two verses, and then J-Live performs a vivid, memorable verse that just makes the entire album shine. I'muh put it to you like this, "The Truth" alone makes this great purchase, strait up. Other honorable mentions include "Waterworld", "Once Again (Here to Kick One For You)", "Holy Calamity (Bear Witness 2)", "The Projects (P Jays) and "The Runway Song".
   Aiyyo, I was explaining earlier how this was an experimental album, well, it's a bit too experimental with joints like "Torch Song Trilogy" and especially "Megaton B-Boy 2000". Now this is also produced by the HBMS and the only question I could come up with was: "What were they thinking! " To each it's own,but I'm just not feeling this joint. It's nothing but a bunch of distortion and noise and you can hardly hear what El-P has to say. They did some science with this one and it just didn't get through to me, na'mean? But other than that, Handsome Boy Modeling School did thier thing.
   The team of Prince Paul and Dan The Automator have definately paved a new road for hip-hop to travel on with this release, and we can expect them to break new ground for years to come.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great compilation 4 Jun 2004
By B - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This cd plays more like the kind of cd producers make when they want as many guest artists as possible. Dan's old friends Del and kid koala make appearances, as well as the underrated Encore, one third of de la soul, and even biz markie. The cd is often funny, although the format provides a shortage of excellent rap tracks.
Dan and Paul are two of the most funamentally solid hip hop producers out there, and they consistently deliver strong beats and a plethora of expertly used samples. The key to them making this cd so good was having the guest artists deliver.
Magnetizing, Waterworld, Once Again, and the Projects are the strongest rap tracks. The guests are all good, especially del and encore. Torch Song has an erratic freestyle thing in it and i don't know whether the rapper is taking himself seriously or not. Megaton B Boy is actually very good if you can hear the lyrics under the loud grating over distorted beat.
The songs with singing on them are a little thin, especially Sunshine, which is disappointing for all the guest artists listed. The Truth is better but moloko's lyrics aren't that interesting.
The dj songs are mostly cool. Holy calamity has a lot of energy, and even though the runway song can get kind of annoying, kid koala saves it by showing off.
The interludes are funny and the outro is even funnier. Prince paul and dan the automator are the coolest. They have delivered a consistently strong album which does about as good as any record could with so many guests.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Portishead meets Hip-hop 6 May 2006
By OverTheMoon - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Everything Dan The Automator has worked on is well worth putting into your iPOD or CD Player... over and over again. "So...How's Your Girl?" is a more serious attempt at producing a classic blues variety of hip-hop which is at a tangent to the gasta' hip-hop that has become mainstream. This is the other side of hip-hop that now seems to be the future of where hip-hop is moving and is certainly eons more musical, where ganga' is more interested in producing harder, faster more complex raps (not to say that Dan The Automator & co don't do that, they do, and very well) these sounds and literally just that... sounds, and they sound great. So once you have finally gone through the mainstream stuff you will probably venture down the avenues of MF Doom, Aesop Rock, Mr. Lif and most certainly you will want to start a Dan the Authomator collection. Deltron 3030 will get you into this rapper. Even if you don't like the blues, Dan the Automator just makes it sound so good here on "So...How's Your Girl". Get it.
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