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Mysterious Phonk: The Chronicles Of Spaceghostpurrp

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  • Audio CD (11 Jun. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: 4AD
  • ASIN: B007T8HBAS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 291,827 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Mystikal Maze
  2. Bringing the Phonk
  3. Osiris of the East
  4. Suck a Dick 2012
  5. Get Yah Head Bust
  6. Been Fweago
  7. Grind On Me
  8. The Black God
  9. No Evidence
  10. Paranoid
  11. Danger
  12. Elevate
  13. Don't Give a Damn
  14. Raider Prayer

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1. Mystikal Maze
2. Bringing the Phonk
3. Osiris of the East
4. Suck a Dick 2012
5. Get Yah Head Bust
6. Been Fweago
7. Grind On Me
8. The Black God
9. No Evidence
10. Paranoid
11. Danger
12. Elevate
13. Don't Give a Damn
14. Raider Prayer

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Format: Audio CD
Miami-born producer and MC SpaceGhostPurrp aka Muney Jordan aka SGP aka SPVCXGHXSTPVRRP is the leader of the online collective Raider Klan (or RVIDXR KLVN) and Mysterious Phonk is the first commercial release by any of the Klan. Having recently risen to prominence thanks to his work alongside A$ap Rocky and his A$ap Mob, Mysterious Phonk is very much the hip-hop/rap record one might therefore expect, and, similar to Rocky, it's also one undercut by some of the hottest "hypnagogic" beats around.

Consequently Mysterious Phonk is a bridge LP, linking the stepping rhythms and woozy bass codes of the Tri Angle label with SGP's laid back stream and his own take on the cut-and-paste aesthetics of DJ Screw. A prolific mixtape maker, Mysterious Phonk thus chronicles SGP's best moments to date, re-recording and remixing some in terms of fidelity for this label debut.

Simply, the results are often impressive. On "Get Yah Head Bust" there are trace remnants of the genre that used to be known as witch house. Bass drone and harsh snare cracks combine with compressed screams and a liquid dose of crunk - SGP taking the opportunity to put forth a heavily manipulated vocal. The 7+ minute "No Evidence" also stands out courtesy of an atmospheric glockenspiel/xylophone line that clashes nicely with the muffled automatic fire of the drum machine.

Beat selection aside however there are two major discussion points to address. SGP is used to being the figurehead of Raider Klan but he has grander ambitions still, elevating himself into an altogether loftier category on several occasions. "Osiris Of The East" kicks off the grandiose imagery as, amid the track's deep rumbles and foreign organ selection, SGP's spoken-word rap implores the listener to "pray to me".
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HASH(0xa137c324) out of 5 stars SpaceGhostPurrp is the Apocalypse 19 Jun. 2012
By Clayton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
SpaceGhostPurrp is the Apocalypse - not just in his nihilistic, misogynistic, and misanthropic lyrics (which admittedly abound on nearly every track), but through an evocation, sonically, of a waste-land, his beats looping, pinging, and dissipating almost immediately after the bass drops. He is the anti-club jamz, the anti-radio friendly, the anti-R&B - but don't let the string of anti's fool you into thinking the Miami-based rapper's Mysterious Phonk is simply a posturing contrarian. Much like Odd Future (it's not surprising that a future collaboration between the two was just announced today), the rapper's tracks simultaneously embrace a past and present - in SpaceGhostPurrp's case, his influences are heavily and clearly drawn from 90's gangsta rap, but infused with a contemporary ambient ambivalence, making its paranoid (that's even a title for one of the tracks here) foundations all the more frightening and palpable. Beginning with "Mystical Maze," in which Purrp's pessimism pierces with every line ("I always try to smile but the world is fake/the world is a house with a yard full of snakes") and most pungent in "Suck a D*** 2012" and "Get Yah Head Bust," there's never even a momentary diversion from the menacing, demon-filled psyche that Purrp consistently puts on display. In what is undeniably one of the album's most essential tracks, "The Black God" lays down Purrp's unwavering convictions: "I got to have the world in may hands/I'm a God, I'm no longer a black man." Purrp's mix between orchestral intrusions, electronic interludes, and hard drum/bass lines solidify his musical eclecticism and proclivity for varying the means for relating his proposed tyranny. Mysterious Phonk is both a frightening and frighteningly sophisticated debut for a 21-year-old artist who, one senses, hasn't even begun to unleash his true demons, much less the depths of his varied talents.
HASH(0xa138b8dc) out of 5 stars Dark and unique 17 Oct. 2015
By matt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I don't have much to say, I kind of find it hard to write reviews for albums. I just wanted to say this is my favorite album released in the past 20 years. I first listened to it a year or two ago now and on the first few listens I thought it was alright. Eventually it all clicked and this album has only gotten better with more listens. I've played the hell out of this and will continue to do so.
HASH(0xa138edbc) out of 5 stars One of the greatest albums I have ever heard 26 Oct. 2015
By Drew - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl
One of the greatest albums I have ever heard. Spaceghostpurrp created a legendary piece of work with this album. My only regret is that I cannot give it 6 stars. If you listen to Bone Thugs, Three 6 Mafia, DJ Screw, Juicy J, Eminem, or Lil Wayne I highly recommend this.
HASH(0xa138eab0) out of 5 stars Five Stars 19 Aug. 2014
By Taylor Duffy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
Dope record. Definitely worth the buy.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Nick - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Some of the music was good but not all of it but the music is decent and the artist has a funny name
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