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    Endtroducing

    What resonated about Endtroducing when it was released in 1996, and what makes it still resonate today, is the way in which it loosens itself from the mooring of the known and sails off into an uncharted territory that seems to exist both in and out of time. Davis is not only a master sampler and turntablist supreme, he is also a serious archeologist with a world-thirsty passion for seeking out, uncovering and then ripping apart the discarded graces of some other generation, that pile of broken dreams, and sewing them back together into a tapestry of chronic bleakness and beauty. - Eliot Wilder
    1. Best Foot Forward
    2. Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt
    3. The Number Song
    4. Changeling
    5. What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 4)
    6. Untitled
    7. Stem/Long Stem

    8. Mutual Slump
    9. Organ Donor
    10. Why Hip-Hop Sucks In '96
    11. Midnight In A Perfect World
    12. Napalm Brain/Scatter Brain
    13. What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 1 - Blue Sky Revisit)
    DJ Shadow
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  • Endtroducing (20th Anniversary Endtrospective Edition) Endtroducing (20th Anniversary Endtrospective Edition) Quick View

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    Endtroducing (20th Anniversary Endtrospective Edition)

    Deluxe Lift-Off Lid Box With Embossed Title And Hype Sticker


    48-Page Hardback Book


    Three Double LPs, Two In Gatefold Sleeves


    All With Printed Inner Sleeves


    Pressed On 180 Gram Vinyl


    Endtroducing is 20 years old and to celebrate this milestone DJ Shadow has re-opened the sessions to personally curate a bonus album of remixes by a carefully selected roll call of electronic music luminaries, which he has christened Endtroducing Re-Emagined. This will be added to the successful 2005 2CD Deluxe Edition, along with expanded notes from a new interview conducted by Eliot Wilder and never-before-published photographs to create the 20th anniversary release as a Deluxe 6-LP Box Set.

    LP 1: The Album
    LP 1
    1. Best Foot Forward
    2. Building Steam With a Grain of Salt
    3. The Number Song
    4. Changeling
    5. What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 4)
    6. Untitled
    7. Stem/Long Stem


    LP 2
    1. Mutual Slump
    2. Organ Donor
    3. Why Hip Hop Sucks in '96
    4. Midnight in a Perfect World
    5. Napalm Brain/Scatter Brain
    6. What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 1 - Blue Sky Revisit)


    LP 2: Endtroducing Re-Emagined
    LP 1
    1. Best Foot Forward (Alternate Version)
    2. Building Steam With a Grain of Salt (Without Overdubs)
    3. The Number Song (Cut Chemist Party Mix)
    4. Changeling (Original Demo Excerpt)
    5. Stem (Cops 'N' Robbers Mix)
    6. Soup
    7. Red Bus Needs to Leave!
    8. Mutual Slump (Without Overdubs)
    9. Organ Donor (Extended Overhaul)


    LP 2
    1. Why Hip-hop Sucks in '96 (Alternate Take)
    2. Midnight in a Perfect World (Gab Mix)
    3. Napalm Brain (Original Demo Beat)
    4. What Does Your Soul Look Like (Peshay Remix)
    5. DJ Shadow: Live in Oxford, England, Oct. 30, 1997


    LP 3: Endtroducing Re-Emagined
    LP 1
    1. Best Foot Forward (Teeko Remix)
    2. Building Steam With a Grain of Salt (Salva Remix)
    3. The Number Song (Lee Bannon Remix)
    4. Transmissions (Kuedo Remix)
    5. Changeling II (Adrian Younge Remix)
    6. What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 4 - Teklife Remix)


    LP 2
    1. Stem/Long Stem (Clams Casino Remix)
    2. Mutual Slump (Daedelus Remix)
    3. Organ Donor (UZ Remix)
    4. Midnight in a Perfect World (Hudson Mohawke Remix)
    5. What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 1 - Prince Paul Remix)
    6. Building Steam With a Grain of Salt (Bondax & Karma Kid Remix)

    DJ Shadow
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    Preemptive Strike

    DJ Shadow assembled the singles collection Preemptive Strike as a way for American audiences to catch up on his career prior to his debut album, Endtroducing. The 11-track album contains three new interludes and three complete singles that he released on Mo'Wax -- In/Flux, What Does Your Soul Look Like and High Noon -- and a bonus disc, Camel Bobsled Race, which is a megamix of DJ Shadow material by {$DJ Q-Bert}. Given that Endtroducing was a masterpiece of subtlely shifting texture, Preemptive Strike almost seems purposely incoherent, even though the tracks are sequenced chronologically. The jerky flow can make the album a little difficult to asssimilate on first listen, but it soon begins to make sense, even if it never achieves the graceful flow of the album. Several of the selections on Preemptive Strike were available in different forms on Endtroducing -- parts four and one of What Does Your Soul Look Like are in their original forms here, presented along with one and three, and there's the extended overhaul of Organ Donor. All of these are significantly different than the LP versions, and What Does Your Soul Look Like is necessary in its original, half-hour, four-part incarnation. But the key moments are the seminal In/Flux, twhich arguably created trip-hop, and High Noon, the dynamic, fuzz-drenched single that was his first single release since Endtroducing. Those three A-sides are reason enough for any serious fan of the debut to pick up Preemptive Strike, but the B-sides and Camel Bobsled Race are equally intriguing, making the package a nice summation of DJ Shadow's most important singles through the end of 1997.
    1. Strike 1

    2. In/Flux

    3. Hindsight

    4. Strike 2
    5. What Does Your Soul Look Like, Pt. 2

    6. What Does Your Soul Look Like, Pt. 3

    7. What Does Your Soul Look Like, Pt. 4

    8. What Does Your Soul Look Like, Pt. 1

    9. Strike 3 (And I'm Out)
    10. High Noon

    11. Organ Donor [Extended Overhaul]
    DJ Shadow
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    The Second Album

    Back in 1995, Bay Area rap was at the big-ballin' peak of the mobb music craze, LA was chronically gripped in a G-funk indo smoke haze, Atlanta was
    enjoying its Southernplayalistic days, and NYC was entering a shiny-suit phase. There was no frame of reference for two lyrical emcees experimenting
    with the tonality and resonance of rhyme patterns. This was uncharted territory. The pairing of Lyrics Born and Lateef the Truthspeaker into Latyrx was an accident, LB recalls. Both emcees were solo artists, but when LB heard the pre-Endtroducing DJ Shadow beat which would become Latyrx' eponymous debut single, his reaction was, Oh my God, I gotta get on this.


    Latyrx was a syllabic tour de force which began with two dissonant voices -- one gruff and bassy, the other higher-pitched and trebly, both hella fluid -- it
    transmogrified into a harmonic convergence of doubled verses simultaneously assaulting eardrums. Undeniably, it was great... but weird. It was ill,
    Lateef recalls. We really felt like we had something unlike anyone else had done, he adds. Latyrx' first and thusfar, only, full-length, 1997's Latyrx: the Album, set the tone for what Solesides and Quannum would do, LB recalls, while 1998's Muzappers Re-Mixes EP spawned one of the only feminist-affirming club bangers in hip-hop history, Lady Don't Tek No.


    Though Latyrx never officially broke up, after Muzappers, both members followed their chosen paths to considerable solo success. Yet no matter how
    much acclaim each attained individually, the notion of someday making another Latyrx record was always present. It's probably the number one thing I
    got asked about in my career, LB says. 16 years (!) after the release of Latyrx: the Album, LB and Lateef have finally answered the prayers of long-starved fans who have begged, pleaded and, by now, tweeted about the possibilities of a reunion. An impromptu Latyrx set at a 2010 Jazz Mafia concert at San Francisco's Mezzanine led to an
    appearance at 2011's Outside Lands festival, Google's Summer Concert Series (they were the first ever hip-hop act to perform) and a last minute
    appearance as part of HITRECORD At The Movies -- a unique film and music traveling showcase curated and hosted by actor and artist Joseph Gordon-
    Levitt.


    Most recently the duo have performed at the Wintersalt Festival in San Francisco last December and toured the United States with super funk group,
    Galactic. Having just released a brand new EP titled 'DISCONNECTION' late last year, LB & Lateef are hard at work on the proper follow up to their debut album, a
    new record aptly titled, 'THE SECOND ALBUM'.


    Featuring a long list of producers and special guests, the album credits read like a music festival with artists from Tune Yards and Forrest Day to
    Blackalicious and The Decemberists stepping in to help create one of the most highly anticipated records of all time. What Latyrx brings to the table is a technical difficulty level rare these days in hip-hop and matched only by a few groups in the genre's entire history: Run -DMC, Jurassic 5, Blackstar, Freestyle Fellowship. Their challenging, intricate back-and forth arrangements evoke a lyrical version of bebop, with layer
    upon layer of rhythmic syncopation and vocal patterning constantly pushing the envelope.


    We have a good chemistry and it's kind of unique, Lateef says. We step up each others' game content, and both of us push each other in the originality
    department. What we've talked about is very simply, picking up where we left off, LB explains. The return of Latyrx stands as Very Good News for true hip-hop fans,
    lyrical aficionados, boom-bap beatniks, urban bohemians, wee tots in Reeboks, and Muzappers of all shapes, sizes, colors, and ages.

    1. Arrival [prod. by Jel of Anticon]
    2. It's Time [feat. Zion I, prod. by Amp Live]
    3. Reload [prod. by Jel of Anticon]
    4. Exclamation Point [feat. Forrest Day, prod. by Forrest Day]
    5. Deliberate Jibberish [prod. by tUnE-yArDs]
    6. Close Your Eyes [feat. Busdriver, prod. by Antonionian]
    7. Nebula's Eye [feat. 1-O.A.K. & Joyo Velarde, prod. by G-Koop & O-Man]
    8. The Power of Rumor (Leonard Is Lost) [prod. by Adam Theis and Lyrics Born]
    9. Watershed Moment [feat. The Gift of Gab of Blackalicious, prod. by tUnE-yArDs]
    10. Sometimes Why? [prod. by Chris Funk of The Decemberists]
    11. Every Man For Himself [feat. Joyo Velarde, prod. by Future People]
    12. Electric Chair [feat. Corey Glover of Living Colour, prod. by Kaveh Rastegar & Jeremy Ruzumna]
    13. Gorgeous Spirits (Aye, Let's Go!) [prod. by The Bangerz]
    Latyrx
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