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Lost

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Intro
2:29
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Lost
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The List
3:26
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Cloudy
3:13
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Wind Spirits
4:11
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Cool Calm Science
3:47
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F@#$%&!*k Yooouu (ft. Thirstin Howl & Lathia Black)
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2 a.m.
3:05
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New Jack Biddie (ft. Jaymanila & Jungle Mike)
3:38
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Tune In
3:35
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Lost Interlude
1:59
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Dinner And A Movie
5:28
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Brush P.S.A. (ft. Jungle Mike)
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Wishes and Luck
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 52:03

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08.29.05
Cool Calm Pete, Lost
2005 | Label: Embedded / The Orchard

On Lost, Queens, NY rapper Cool Calm Pete admits early on that he's "lost in the city / running out of choices / going nowhere fast / still hearing voices." But as his moniker suggests, he's in no rush to set things straight. Thus begins a strange journey into a world very different from the one presented by fellow borough inhabitants Nas and Mobb Deep. The vicious street blocks and inevitable up-north-trips have been replaced… read more »

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Hidden Track

kennydeanz

@Exhausted (&everyone else), one of the dopest tracks on the album starts at 3:00 on the Wishes & Luck track (which seemingly ends at 2:29). Just keep listening!

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sick

aja.johnson

anyone who can reference Beetlejuice and Peg Bundy in hip-hop is a-okay in my book

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re: Is it just me?

Lars

There's a hidden track. Keep listening!

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Is it just me?

Exhausted

Can someone tell me why "Wishes and Luck" ends after 2 mins 29 secs when the tracklisting says that it's 6:01? I'm so used to emusic screwing up that I re-downloaded, but it did the same thing. So then I went to iTunes thinking I'd see there that the track is only 2:28 or 2:29, but no -- they've got it as 6:01, too. And yet the song itself seems to end neatly at 2:29. Wtf? Is it just me?

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Not Lost; Found.

jvoekel

This album has been slaying me since I found it.

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All I gotta is

weeeezzll

If you only download one song from this album make it Wishes and Luck...

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f*&k "asian rapper"!

MSRICKEYX

he's a true mc that happens to be asian. not to remove his ethnicity from his persona, but dude, in this industry, is holding down the mc status. loving it! great production, too.

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I just keep playing it

MAXmaxMAX

There's something about this album that just makes me want to play it over and over. There's not really anything too innovative sounding about it, it's just really well put together. The beats are all good, and Pete's got this flow that just sounds really effortless and natural. It's good.

They Say All Music Guide

Any hip-hop album that samples a classic Rolling Stones album track from Between the Buttons within its first five seconds has something going for it, and Cool Calm Pete’s debut is a trippy blend of incredibly obscure samples, found dialogue, loosey-goosey beats that never break a sweat, and often-amusing lyrics delivered in an offhand style somewhere between Kanye West’s peculiarly off-kilter rhythms and Mike Skinner’s conversational casualness. The Korean-born rapper/producer claims to get most of his riffs from all-but-unknown Asian soul and funk records from the ’60s and ’70s, and indeed, there’s a particularly retro quality to these mellow settings, with easy listening piano and fusiony flutes. (“Cloudy” even features interludes of Portishead-style distorted female vocals, perhaps in homage to a band that sounds like a clear influence.) The intelligent lyrics manage to work in obscure references and in-jokes without sounding stilted or exclusionary, and Cool Calm Pete’s remarkable ability as a producer puts across even the few tracks that aren’t up to lyrical scratch. An impressive solo debut from the former Babbletron member, Lost is one of 2005′s best underground hip-hop releases. – Stewart Mason

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