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Brotha From Anotha Planet

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Dishwater
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Earthly Matters
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Pennys Confession
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Shinelight
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Eunice In White
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Sun Behind The Clouds
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Astrohood
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Nothing But Change
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In Coming
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Come Down (2 Earth)
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Desert Fairy
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Return From The Great Unknown
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Alkebulan
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 35:40

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Amelia Raitt is a former writer for the television program Mr. Belvedere and has been writing about pop music of all colors and stripes for eMusic since 2005. S...more »

04.06.09
Ras G, Brotha From Anotha Planet
Label: Brainfeeder / Alpha Pup

If you've heard the dusted-up glitch-hop of Los Angeles'Flying Lotus, you know what you're in store for with Ras G's Brotha From Anotha Planet. The album is the first release on Lotus'Brainfeeder imprint, and his sonic fingerprints are all over the sound here: deeply embedded samples, warm but syncopated percussion, various electronic bleeps and hijinxery. Ras is his own beatmaker, though — the skittering outer space jam “Shinelight” is the standout, with truly head spinning… read more »

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poopaloopscoop

Seriously disappointed with the quality of this release, given that it's the first on FlyLo's new label. I'm feeling already that the 'wonky' ideas pot has boiled dry. 35 mins of soundeffects, no-soul and crackle does not a head-nodder make. I feel bad deleting it from my ipod already, but I'll never listen to this again. Sorry Ras-G, but you need to check the Beatnicks Vol 1 + 2 comps for true next-level fonk. To paraphrase the first track, dull as 'Dishwater'.

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