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Kool Keith has long been hailed as hip-hop's greatest eccentric. Over the course of a career stretching back to the mid-'80s, he's perfected a singular style of abstract yet deadly precise rhyming that often focuses on subjects such as science fiction, hardcore pornography, and a distrust for the music industry. His sprawling discography includes numerous collaborations and aliases, with some of the most acclaimed including Dr. Octagon and Dr. Dooom, Black Elvis & Tashan Dorrsett. He began his career as the mind and mouth behind the Bronx-based Ultramagnetic MC's, whose influential debut, Critical Beatdown, was released in 1988. Following the release of the band's third album in 1993, Keith headed for the outer reaches of the stratosphere with a variety of solo projects. His lyrical thematics remained as free-flowing as they ever were with the N.Y.C. trio, connecting up complex meters with fierce, layers-deep metaphors and veiled criticisms of those who "water down the sound that comes from the ghetto". Keith's latest LP "Mr. Controller" entirely produced by Junkaz Lou is yet another work of art. No MC on the planet is so grimy and yet so polished - after years in the rap game, Kool Keith's as unique as ever.
Kool Keith has long been hailed as hip-hop's greatest eccentric. Over the course of a career stretching back to the mid-'80s, he's perfected a singular style of abstract yet deadly precise rhyming that often focuses on subjects such as science fiction, hardcore pornography, and a distrust for the music industry. His sprawling discography includes numerous collaborations and aliases, with some of the most acclaimed including Dr. Octagon and Dr. Dooom, Black Elvis & Tashan Dorrsett. He began his career as the mind and mouth behind the Bronx-based Ultramagnetic MC's, whose influential debut, Critical Beatdown, was released in 1988. Following the release of the band's third album in 1993, Keith headed for the outer reaches of the stratosphere with a variety of solo projects. His lyrical thematics remained as free-flowing as they ever were with the N.Y.C. trio, connecting up complex meters with fierce, layers-deep metaphors and veiled criticisms of those who "water down the sound that comes from the ghetto". Keith's latest LP "Mr. Controller" entirely produced by Junkaz Lou is yet another work of art. No MC on the planet is so grimy and yet so polished - after years in the rap game, Kool Keith's as unique as ever.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: JUNKADELIC
Rel. Date: 10/06/2023
UPC: 754003288544

Mr. Controller
Artist: Kool Keith
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $28.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Cosmic Power
2. Peter
3. Rotary Engine
4. Ponies
5. Mr Controller
6. Party Rock
7. Back Home (FT. Big Sche Eastwood)
8. Ultraman
9. Wall Street
10. Comfortable
11. Push
12. The Pivot
13. Emphasis (FT. Emperor Middi)
14. She Can Play

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Kool Keith has long been hailed as hip-hop's greatest eccentric. Over the course of a career stretching back to the mid-'80s, he's perfected a singular style of abstract yet deadly precise rhyming that often focuses on subjects such as science fiction, hardcore pornography, and a distrust for the music industry. His sprawling discography includes numerous collaborations and aliases, with some of the most acclaimed including Dr. Octagon and Dr. Dooom, Black Elvis & Tashan Dorrsett. He began his career as the mind and mouth behind the Bronx-based Ultramagnetic MC's, whose influential debut, Critical Beatdown, was released in 1988. Following the release of the band's third album in 1993, Keith headed for the outer reaches of the stratosphere with a variety of solo projects. His lyrical thematics remained as free-flowing as they ever were with the N.Y.C. trio, connecting up complex meters with fierce, layers-deep metaphors and veiled criticisms of those who "water down the sound that comes from the ghetto". Keith's latest LP "Mr. Controller" entirely produced by Junkaz Lou is yet another work of art. No MC on the planet is so grimy and yet so polished - after years in the rap game, Kool Keith's as unique as ever.
        
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