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Artist
DJ Shadow
ReleaseProduct
Endtroducing...
Label
Universal
Catalogue Number
5225160
Release Date
May 14, 2015

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Truly classic, seminal works here back in print on Mo Wax with DJ Shadow’s landmark 1996 LP Entroducing…. Renowned for being constructed almost entirely from samples, DJ Shadow’s superhuman ability at seeking source material enabled him to advance the hip-hop blueprint, creating the benchmark for instrumental takes on the genre and in turn creating an ageless piece of artwork. With flawless production styles and attention to detail, Endtroducing… is an aural tapestry that re-appropriates everything from jazz, ambient, funk, soul and prog-rock, all entwined with a sense of nostalgia. From the nagging piano riff and wah-wah guitars of ‘Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt’ to the breezy, sentimental sax of ‘What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 4)’ to the emotionally intense, scatter-gun beats of ‘Stem / Long Stem’, it’s difficult to find another piece of music that has managed to blur and converge musical genres so successfully.

  1. 1 Best Foot Forward 1:00
  2. 2 Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt 1:00
  3. 3 The Number Song 1:00
  4. 4 Changeling 1:00
  5. 5 Stem/Long Stem 1:00
  6. 6 Mutual Slump 1:00
  7. 7 Organ Donor 1:00
  8. 8 Why Hip-Hop Sucks In '96 1:00
  9. 9 Midnight In A Perfect World 1:00
  10. 10 Napalm Brain/Scatter Brain 1:00
  11. 11 What Does Your Soul Look Like" (part 1 - Blue Sky revisit) 1:00

DJ Shadow

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1990s

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Hip Hop

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Vinyl Reissue

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