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The Unseen Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks


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  • Audio CD (10 Mar. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks
  • Label: Pinnacle
  • ASIN: B000A2H79A
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 163,938 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Welcome To Violence
2. Bad Character
3. Microphone Mathematics
4. Basic Instinct
5. Goodmorning Sunshine
6. Discipline 99 Part 0
7. Low Class Conspiracy
8. Return Of The Loop Digga
9. Real Eyes
10. Come On Feet
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Disc: 2
1. Welcome To Violence
2. Bad Character
3. Microphone Mathematics
4. Basic Instinct
5. Goodmorning Sunshine
6. Discipline 99 Part 0
7. Real Eyes
8. Low Class Conspiracy
9. Come On Feet
10. Bluffin
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Product Description

The Unseen is the first concept hip-hop album among Madlib's acclaimed series of releases which include Madvillain's Madvillaniy and Quasimoto's latest, The Further Adventventurs Of Lord Quas. This deluxe bonus disc reissue features a full color booklet and the rare Quasimoto Unseen Instrumentals, that has previously only available in very limited supply.

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amarofpatel on 14 Nov. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Californian rapper, producer and general genius nut Madlib brings forth his helium guzzling intergalactic pimp hustler alter ego (Lord) Quasimoto to send a little blunted reality our way. It is ridiculous how talented this man is. It appears that this loop digga is not content with flipping the jazz script with Yesterday's New Quintet, redecorating Blue Note's vaults for a new audience or Madlibbing in the name of Stones Throw. We must give thanks for this.
Merely through glancing at the neon inlay and hearing the mind bending array of sounds on air, more than a hint of psychedelia permeates. In true Stones Throw fashion, Madlib has beats to spare as the listener is taken on a whirlwind otherworldly trip for some 24 tracks, incorporating soul and jazz samples, snippets, rants, vocal harmonies and a multitude of sounds. Pianos and flutes figure prominently to give the album that laid back vibe. The interplay between Madlib and Lord Quas is intricate and very playful as they unleash many 'verbal dumplings'. The originality is right on point with 'Boom Music' revealing a quirky Chinese xylophone loop. 'Real Eyes' is about as smooth as things get while 'Green Power' and 'Basic Instinct' make head nodding your favourite fun pastime. Jazz Cats more than tips Madlib's hat to his obsession for the likes of Monk, Davis, Coltrane et al. If you need a break then check 'the Unseen'. The number of jewels on this album might confuse some but that's the general idea; to convey the idea of 'astro travellin'' as the man would put it. Sample sniffers will no doubt detect touches of labelmates Breakestra, Andy Bey, Ronnie Laws and Marlena Shaw. The likes of Mr Herb, Medaphoar and beat dropping head honcho Peanut Butter Wolf also pop in to catch a little fun. All elements conspire make this a unique hip hop experience. Welcome to the smokiest silliest most effortless party in the land.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Obi Orjiekwe on 28 Feb. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Not sure why previous reviewers held back the stars on this. this joint is really different. I only discovered Lord Quas 3 years ago and at first I thought it was eminem mucking about lol. nevermind. The sampling used on "Come on feet" alone tells you what a gem this is. The quirky breaks (and breaks in some of the songs for some random banter) work very well.
I've not heard anything so cool since De La's "3 feet...". In this blinged out era it's very refreshing to find a hip hop album that doesnt patronise the listener. keep it unseen please.
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By CFG on 9 Oct. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Being a hip hop fan for more than 10 years now I was positively surprised by this album which went under my radar at the initial release. Loved the beats from the beginning which remind me of mid 90s Primo, Pete Rock and Diamond D, who get's shout outs on the album. However I thought I'd never get used to the high-pitched vocals of Madlib's alias Quasimoto, the weed-smoking yellow alien from outer space. But with more and more listenings I started appreciating the voice more and more because as Madlib himself has stated he sounds like Barry White rapping and hearing only his voice an entire album would get a bit monotonous. So it's nice to have this blend. The rapping tackles various subjects from women and drugs to police harassment and Madlibs favourite musicians. And let me say this again, the beats really are fantastic from beginning to start so even if you're having doubts about the vocals try giving the album a chance, cause otherwise you'll miss out on another Madlib classic.
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