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Madvillain's Madvillainy - 33 1/3

    This book celebrates Madvillainy as a representation of two genius musical minds melding to form one revered supervillain. A product of circumstance, the album came together soon after MF DOOM's resurgence and Madlib's reluctant return from avant-garde jazz to hip-hop. Written from the alternating perspectives of three fake music journalist superheroes—featuring interviews with Wildchild, M.E.D., Walasia, Daedelus, Stones Throw execs, and many other real individuals involved with the album's creation—this book blends fiction and non-fiction to celebrate Madvillainy not just as an album, but as a folkloric artifact.

    It is one specific retelling of a story which, like Madvillain's music, continues to spawn infinite legends.


    Madvillainy 2 - The Madlib Remix

      Madlib has never been one to respect convention. Back in 2008, he created one of his more respected forms of alleged musical sacrilege. In need of some headphone listening before a ten-hour plane journey to Tokyo, Madlib reworked his classic MF DOOM collaboration ‘Madvillainy’ in its entirety. Previously available only with a hyper-limited box set and on a tiny run of white label vinyl, ‘Madvillainy 2: The Madlib Remixes’ is now reissued properly on wax, packaged in a full colour sleeve of the original limited CD artwork, plus comic book insert.


      Madvillainy - Repress

        MF DOOM and Madlib's leftfield hip hop opus finally drops, featuring the singles "Money Folder", "Curls" and "All Caps" plus more out-there raps and breaks. Medaphoar, Quasimoto, Wildchild, Viktor Vaughn and Stacy Epps all come along to join Doom on the mic, as Madlib drops some of the most disturbed backing sounds of his career (he even samples Daedelus at one point!), milking his B-movie samples and impenetrable rhythms. With short hits and a quickfire tracklist, "Madvillainy" is an explosive and schizophrenic experience, the most complete Madlib hip hop production since Quasimoto's "The Unseen".


        A1. The Illest Villains
        A2. Accordion
        A3. Meat Grinder
        A4. Bistro
        A5. Raid
        B1. America's Most Blunted
        B2. Sickfit
        B3. RainBows
        B4. Curls
        B5. Do Not Fire
        B6. Money Folder
        C1. Scene Two (Vouce Skit)
        C2. Shadows Of Tomorrow (featuring Quasimoto)
        C3. Operation Lifesaver Aka Mint Test
        C4. Figaro
        C5. Hardcore Hustle (featuring Wildchild)
        C6. Strange Ways
        D1. Intro
        D2. Fancy Clown (featuring Viktor Vaugh)
        D3. Eye (featuring Stacy Epps)
        D4. Supervillain Theme
        D5. All Caps
        D6. Great Day
        D7. Rhinestone Cowboy

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