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Madvillainy 2: The Madlib Remix

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Pow! (Intro)
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No Brain
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Pearls
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Light of the Past
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Boulder Holder
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Borrowed Time
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Space Ho's Coast to Coast
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Invazion (Interlude)
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Drainos
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Fire In The Hole
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Heat Niner
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Monkey Suit
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Fluid (Instrumental)
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Can't Reform Em
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Redd Spot (Interlude)
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Running Around with Another
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Butter King Jewels
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Sermon
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Roller Coaster Riders (Instrumental)
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Confucius Spot (Interlude)
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Never Go Pop
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Savage Beast (Instrumental)
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Cold One
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Cold One (Reprise)
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09.29.08
Madvillain, Madvillainy 2: The Madlib Remix
2008 | Label: Stones Throw

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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Doesn't quite work

ibob

DOOM's lyrics (and the way he performs them) are so intricately well fitted to the beats on the original that this doesn't really work for me.

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Madvillainy 1.5

row1.info

A good album but not worthy of being labeled a sequel. It is new Madlib and but old DOOM.

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Not quite there...

iguessmusicisprettycool

Can't re-capture the magic of the original, but still pretty good. Definately get the first album and decide if you like it

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It's About Time!

Kneon

As a MF Doom fan i knew it was only a matter of time before another album debuted. Thank goodness! Madvillainy is still one of the "better days" release, but don't knock this one off, check it out for yourself!

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Pow...Out go the lights!

jimfear

Anyone who loves Madvillain should scoop this up. Good Stuff.

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different take on a true classic

monkeymaster

another gem from the super villains. it's strange lsitening to the familiar vocals with the different production at first but it all seems natural after a few listens. the production has madlib stamped all over it so if you dig madlib or doom then purchase this now. cant say it's not as good as the original as i need to listen to it more. it's a different take on a true classic and it works.

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Is it as good as Madvillainy?

Yancey

No, it's not. However, it is still very, very good, and comes highly recommended.