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The Find

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Intro
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Where It All Started (feat. DJ DNA)
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That Sound (feat. Lightheaded, The Procussions and Noelle)
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You Are Now Tuned In (feat. Adam L and DJ Bombay)
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Interlude I: Journey
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Full Swing (feat. Neogen and Deacon)
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A Request
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Mind Power
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Your Love (feat. Tiffany Simpson)
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Treasure Hunt (feat. Sugar Candy)
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Groovin' On Sunshine
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Interlude 2: At The Oasis
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The Find (feat. Stro the 89th Key)
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Saturday Night Live (feat. Surreal and Sharlock Poems)
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Interlude 3: The Harder They Come
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The Treatment (feat. Manchild, Braille and Big Rec)
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Stay Tuned (feat. Sojourn)
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Interlude 4: Ya'll There?
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Floor Rock
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Move!
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Long Ago (feat. Othello)
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Outro / Dream On
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Total Tracks: 22   Total Length: 72:13

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Wondering Sound

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04.22.11
Crushing thugs with a clever wit and a nimble tongue.
Label: Ubiquity Records

Probably one of the best-produced hip-hop albums of 2005, this album just cannot be passed over. The Find is a pure gem from beginning to end: not since Pete Rock and CL Smooth has an album been filled with more layers of obscure funk and jazz samples. Songs like "Where It All Started," "Full Swing" and "Saturday Night Live" take the listener back to hip-hop's golden era with complicated beats, breaks and scratches. The next… read more »

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another one of those random stumbles

sunny_groove

could not be happier to have found this. nice, smooth flow. love his beats and the funk. deeeeeeeelicious!

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Best deal on Emusic!

canitbe

I havent downloaded this album simply 'cos its too good, I had to buy the record from a store, so I could touch it, read it and smell it. This is in my top 5 Hiphop albums of all time. It is and will be considered in years to come a classic album, Amazing production and dope rhymes. Hes a genius and not to mention a believer in Christ which personally for me makes this a miracle just cos its up there or better than the best in the business. For 12 credits it the best bargain Ive seen on here. (but I recommend buying the actual album)

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That Sound

mattxphx

"That Sound" is in and of itself a snapshot of the terrific production and composition of this album. There are at least four segments that other rappers and lazy producers would use as a beat for an entire track. One of my favorite songs period.

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Awsome

RastaMart

It make me discover a new kind of hip hop

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breath of fresh air

rhythm

What a breath of fresh air, a fantastic album brilliantly produced. a whole range of influences , dont sleep on this, 90 precent of it is slamming.

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I don't like Hip Hop normally, but

rogergordon

...seriously, this album and both albums by The Strange Fruit Project are what I've wanted to hear in Hip Hop for years. I can't believe how many good tracks there are on this album. I just bought a booster, because I knew I wouldn't be able to wait a whole month to get this one! Anyone should love these beats.

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Back To The Golden Age

CJN

Jazzy samples, great rhymes, a lack of ego or aggression: hip-hop how it was meant to be - fun, uplifting & funky as f**k!

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What Kanye aspires to be

onny

Socially conscious hip-hop with amazing lyricism and dense, sample-heavy beats--all done by one guy. I saw him live in Pittsburgh and he was dope. It was just him and his mpc, but he got the crowd moving. Ohmega is the REAL Kanye West.

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It's In There

jiggins

An amzingly smooth hip hop album. Flows like the wind, wonderful to listen to and easliy becomes the them music in your head. 'THE FIND' will become part of the soundtrack to you life if you allow it. It is sexy and sleek with flavor all over the place. It provides the listener with enough soul to groove alongside and want more... Get IT!

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Depending on your point of view, The Find is either an album whose ideology and overall vibe are stuck in the ’90s or a new-millennium hip-hop album that bears influence of the foundation while providing an updated spin from a talented artist. The latter sentiment is most accurate. Producer/MC Ohmega Watts and a host (and that means host) of friends make The Find a worthwhile listen for any hip-hop fan. With Watts in control, he takes obvious nods to iconic producers (Pete Rock, Diamond D — he rhymes similar to Large Professor) and the sound of hip-hop’s ’90s renaissance, while rearranging it in his own distinct way. The six-minute “A Request” is an updated ’90s head-nodder with a two-minute rideout that appropriates everything from Souls of Mischief to Gang Starr, with some timpani/cowbell percussion to boot. Ohmega lays down a gritty, strutting groove for “Full Swing” as MCs Neogen and Deacon join him on the mike for an old-fashioned cipher. But even in the midst of a staple track like this, Ohmega manages to finds about 20 seconds in the middle of the tune to do some electronic space traveling. Watts also shows himself a capable and diverse producer, venturing outside the realm of the hip-hop idiom. “Your Love” is a hip-hop/soul vehicle for singer Tiffany Johnson, while “Treasure Hunt” (featuring Sugar Candy) is straight-up authentic dancehall-style reggae. The electric guitar shredding through “Groovin’ on Sunshine” highlights one of his several largely instrumental tracks. The Find is very close to a perfect creative balance between exploration and traditionalism, and an impressive debut from a hip-hop commodity. – Vincent Thomas

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