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8 thoughts on “ Eyeball - Anti Pop Consortium* - Tragic Epilogue (CD, Album)

  1. May 29,  · #landrusskiplaylist (@landrusski) On Twitter Album: Anti Pop Consortium ‎-- Tragic Epilogue Track: 19 Year: Label: 75 Ark -- CD sibackrigepimilgihindsmoothmarburi.coinfo
  2. Dec 20,  · The Consortium seems to have learned that Anti-Pop doesn't equal mind-numbing, machine-like music. I'm just hoping the experimental tip transfers to their new album in
  3. Upon listening to this album, you might ask yourself, "Are these guys time travelers?" Seriously, this album is so far ahead of it's time that you might think Anti-Pop Consortium is from the future. Crazy synth beats with original lyrics make this album one of the top 5 hip hop albums of /5(8).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Tragic Epilogue on Discogs. Label: Crown (3) - CRCL • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop, Jazz • Style: Instrumental, Abstract, Experimental/5(2).
  5. This was the heyday of creative, word-slaying, poetically charged underground rap from artists as sonically gifted as Kool Keith, Mike Ladd, Company Flow and on the west coast, artists such as Latyrx. So I was excited to finally get my hands on Anti pop's seminal masterpiece, Tragic Epilogue. It was everything I had hoped for.4/5(15).
  6. Antipop Consortium is one of the most inventive underground hip hop crews in the early 's. The Consortium was formed in fall to turn the commercial Hip Hop scene on its head. It consisted of the three vocalists (Beans, High Priest and M. Sayyid) which come from the New York street poetry scene and producer Earl Blaize in the background.
  7. After a series of cassette only releases on the own label Antipop Recordings and some underground singles the label Ark 75 released the group's debut album "Tragic Epilogue" in Their music is bridging the gap between Hip Hop and Intelligent Dance Music.
  8. About Anti-Pop Consortium Antipop Consortium emerged in the early s as one of the underground hip-hop scene's most inventive groups, bridging the gap between New York hip-hop and glitchy IDM. Group members Priest, Beans, and M. Sayyid first .

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