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SoleSides Greatest Bumps

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Disc 1 of 2
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Intro
Artist: N/A
0:33
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Rhyme Like a Nut!
Artist: Gift of Gab
3:50
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Entropy
Artist: DJ Shadow
4:26
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Lyric Fathom
Artist: Blackalicious
3:50
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The Wreckoning
Artist: Lateef The Truth Speaker
4:56
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Asia's Verse
Artist: Lyrics Born
1:33
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Deep In The Jungle
Artist: Blackalicious
6:50
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Hardcore [Instrumental] Hip-Hop
Artist: DJ Shadow
4:44
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Send Them
Artist: Lyrics Born
4:00
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Swan Lake
Artist: Blackalicious
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Lady Don't Tek No
Artist: Latyrx (Lateef & Lyrics Born)
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Disc 2 of 2
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Latyrx (Last Chance To Comprehend)
Artist: Quannum Projects
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Say That
Artist: Quannum Projects
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Freestyle Rapping
Artist: Quannum Projects
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Rhymes For The Deaf, Dumb & Blind
Artist: Quannum Projects
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Entropy (Part C - Count & Estimate)
Artist: Quannum Projects
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Fully Charged On Planet X ([Edit])
Artist: Quannum Projects
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The Quickening
Artist: Quannum Projects
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Hot Breath
Artist: Quannum Projects
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Lyrics Born feat. Joyo Velarde - Balcony Beach
Artist: Quannum Projects
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Lateef's Freestyle
Artist: Quannum Projects
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Blue Flames
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Total Tracks: 22   Total Length: 95:20

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get (w)reckoned

DIYwaffle

the wreckoning here is a different mix than off Latyrx the album, but does no disservice to it. nice to hear an alternate version. still, what they do with the vocals on it blew my mind when I first heard it and it still holds up. one of the best songs ever.

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can i just say

rumblefish

that 'Lady don't tek no' is my most fave track of all TIME. Talk about wikid beat combined with a jam that is all about givin' the props to the ladies. Every girl should have this track.

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classy stuff

goreystory

perfect introduction to the Quannum spirit, skillz, and range of sounds; the material from virtuoso MCs Gab and Lyrics [fka Asia] Born is especially strong. if nothing else, grab the crew's hysterical 7-min. freestyle track, and don't miss 'swan lake,' one of Blackalicious's unquestioned masterpieces.

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Are you kidding me?

EMUSIC-luxuryluke

Do yourself a favor and check these artists out. I discovered the Quannum crew from their (most popular?) partner producer DJ Shadow. Quality, insightful beats and words...

They Say All Music Guide

If you’re down with progressive hip-hop and aren’t hip to the sounds of the collective formerly known as Solesides, you need to check out this two-CD retrospective. DJ Shadow, Chief Xcel, and the Gift of Gab (aka Blackalicious), Mack B. Dog, and Lateef and Lyrics Born (aka Latyrx) are among the finest artists in Bay Area hip-hop, laying the groundwork that forms the foundation of the West Coast alt-rap scene. With a cratedigger’s attention to detail, you can hear Shadow’s skills all the way back on 1993′s “Entropy,” while Blackalicious’ dextrous lyrics on 1994′s “Lyric Fathom” are evidence of the clique’s trademark abstract expressionist rhyme style. For those who have followed the Solesides crew’s careers, there are plenty of unreleased cuts, rare B-sides, and remixes here to make this a worthwhile investment. For those who haven’t, freestyle throwdowns like “Lateef’s Freestyle” and posse cuts like “Blue Flames” are ample evidence that this is one of the most potent crews in hip-hop. – Bret Love

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