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Madvillainy 2: The Madlib Remix

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01
Pow! (Intro)
1:50  
02
No Brain
2:08  
03
Pearls
2:41  
04
Light of the Past
2:09  
05
Boulder Holder
2:22  
06
Borrowed Time
3:00  
07
Space Ho's Coast to Coast
3:40  
08
Invazion (Interlude)
1:12  
09
Drainos
3:26  
10
Fire In The Hole
2:34  
11
Heat Niner
1:38  
12
Monkey Suit
2:18  
13
Fluid (Instrumental)
1:20  
14
Can't Reform Em
1:56  
15
Redd Spot (Interlude)
0:44  
16
Running Around with Another
2:49  
17
Butter King Jewels
3:38  
18
Sermon
2:32  
19
Roller Coaster Riders (Instrumental)
1:32  
20
3.214
2:03  
21
Confucius Spot (Interlude)
0:20  
22
Never Go Pop
1:55  
23
Savage Beast (Instrumental)
1:21  
24
Cold One
3:06  
25
Cold One (Reprise)
0:45  
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Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 52:59

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09.29.08
Madvillain, Madvillainy 2: The Madlib Remix
2008 | Label: Stones Throw / Entertainment One Distribution

Madvillainy was a landmark album, a consensus piece of rap high art. The 2004 work featured Dadaist emcee MF Doom at his creative peak: his parables about blunted weirdos and treacherous characters were punctuated with raunchy punchlines and left-field imagery, making for a kind of sublime surrealism that hasn't been equaled since. Combined with producer Madlib's chaotic, thickly textured beats, the album was almost impossibly fun — and an oddly cohesive gem.

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agreed!

hotdoorknobs

i agree with bnut - gives a whole new (more gutter/dirty?) life to this already-classic record

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Fantastic Sequel

bnut

One of the best producers in hip-hop has done it again! A fine collaboration gets an overhaul with new beats and even more sick rhymes from MF Doom. I'f You're thinking about it, don't...just get it.NOW!