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Run The Jewels

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Run The Jewels

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Run The Jewels 4
Cat: 405053 8617290. Rel: 18 Sep 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Yankee & The Brave
  2. Ooh LALA (feat Greg Nice & DJ Premier)
  3. Out Of Sight (feat 2 Chainz)
  4. Holy Calamafuck
  5. Goonies vs ET
  6. Walking In The Snow
  7. Ju$t (feat Pharrell Williams & Zack De La Rocha)
  8. Never Look Back
  9. The Ground Below
  10. Pulling The Pin (feat Mavis Staples & Josh Homme)
  11. A Few Words For The Firing Squad (Radiation)
Review: Hip-hop super group Run The Jewels aka Brooklyn-based rapper-producer El-P and Atlanta-based rapper Killer Mike return with their fourth in their self-titled album series. Once again the American heavyweights call on a big roster of collaborators with DJ Premier, 2-Chainz, Pharrell Williams and Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme all appearing. The tracks remain hard-edged and direct, with cacophonous synths and oversized hits making each track an attention grab. The rhymes are of course on point throughout, with standouts including the machine gun bars of 'Walking The Shadow.'
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Run The Jewels
Cat: BDCD 240. Rel: 08 Jan 14
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Run The Jewels
  2. Banana Clipper (feat Big Boi)
  3. 36" Chain
  4. DDFH
  5. Sea Legs
  6. Job Well Done (feat Until The Ribbon Breaks)
  7. No Come Down
  8. Get It
  9. Twin Hype Back (feat Prince Paul As Chest Rockwell)
  10. A Christmas Fucking Miracle
  11. Pew Pew Pew (feat DJ Qbert)
  12. Sea Legs (Dave Stiek remix)
  13. 36" Chain (BSBD remix)
Review: Having first appeared on Fools Gold last year, Run The Jewels' acclaimed, self-titled debut album gets a swift re-release on Big Dada. With El-P at the controls and Killermike on the mic (sorry), Run The Jewels was never going to be anything less than essential. Its' blend of fuzzy electronics, booming hip-hop beats, ghetto swagger and robust rhymes seems to inhabit a space all of its own, somewhere between the high production values of commercial hip-hop, the next-level electronic experimentation of LA's MPC beatmakers, and the forceful intensity of independent rap. There are plenty of confirmed dancefloor moments, but some curious curveballs, too. In other words, it's one of the best hip-hop albums of recent times. Don't sleep.
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