Oh No - The Disrupt - Madlib - Aloe Blacc - J Dilla - Hip Hop - 2LP

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Oh No - The Disrupt

Label: Stones Throw Records
Catalog#: STH2097
Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
Record: VG VG+ several light scuffs
Cover: VG+ VG++ light ringwear, cornerwear
Country: US
Released: 2004
Genre: Hip Hop


A1 I'm Here (Intro)
Producer – Oh No 2:28
A2 Right Now
Producer – Madlib 3:04
A3 Move
Rap [Featuring] – Roc C
Producer – J Dilla 2:37
A4 Perceptions
Producer – Oh No
Scratches [Cuts] – DJ Romes 3:34
A5 Stomp That, V.2
Rap [Featuring] – Wildchild
Producer – Madlib 3:04

B1 Seventeen
Producer – Oh No 1:37
B2 Break
Producer – Oh No
Scratches [Cuts] – DJ Romes 3:28
B3 The Ride
Rap [Featuring] – M.E.D. aka Medaphoar
Producer – Oh No 3:56
B4 Getaway
Producer – Oh No
Vocals [Featuring] – Aloe Blacc 3:32

C1 I Can't Help Myself
Producer – Oh No
Vocals [Featuring] – Stacy Epps 3:29
C2 Every Section
Rap [Featuring] – Cornbread of Kaliwild
Producer – Madlib 2:45
Rap [Featuring] – Wildchild
Producer – Oh No
Scratches [Cuts] – DJ Romes 2:29
C4 My Aggin
Producer – Madlib 2:30

D1 Take Another (Blunted Conversations)
Producer – Kan Kick 3:46
D2 Green Tree
Voice [Featuring] – Dudley Perkins
Producer – Oh No 1:06
D3 Chosen One
Producer – Madlib 2:40
D4 On My Way
Producer – Oh No
Scratches [Cuts] – DJ Romes 3:59

The large majority of underground releases seem to come off as either half-baked or overcooked, but the debut album by Oh No nails the balance just right. He's the younger brother of rapper-producer-eccentric Madlib, but Oh No has emerged as a formidable production and lyrical talent of his own. His quick, staccato verses are alert and energized, calling to mind the punch of SoCal peers like Dilated Peoples' Iriscience or the lively party style of Tha Liks. Here Oh No the rapper keeps pace with guests such as Wildchild and Medaphoar. Big bro Madlib spins the knobs on five tracks, including the stark, dramatic "Chosen One," but Jay Dee scores the album's most memorable beat with the spooky, spacey "Move." Oh No proves equally adept behind the boards, especially on the hyperactive "WTF" and smoothed-out "I Can't Help Myself." The Disrupt might be a debut album, but it sounds far more seasoned and mature than those of more veteran players.

Oh No is on his way to hip hop notoriety with his long-awaited debut album, The Disrupt, on Stones Throw Records. Like his older brother, Madlib, Oh No doubles as an MC and Producer, rounding out a family of west-coast underground renaissance men. Production by Oh No, Madlib, J Dilla and Kan Kick. Appearances by Aloe Blacc, Wildchild, Dudley Perkins and more.

This album is superior. Beats are fresh and original sounding. I really haven't heard an album that has this same sound. It breaks new ground. Oh No also rips the album to shreds on the mic. Easily one of the top best hip hop albums I have bought this year.

Oh No - Move ft. J Dilla & Roc C

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