06:42 - psykometal So, like a Body Count thing? :P
04:57 - 3rdWorld Dayum, Death Grips begin their latest record with a thrash hip hop track. Sounds really awful in words but they really do make it work.
04:54 - 3rdWorld I really thought it could be from the 80's but damn thats a '12 record. Nice artist but that doesn't count out Kendrick for me.
04:45 - Apothecary Which makes sense in part, as he is from Zimbabwe by birth (hence Mugabe on that album cover)
04:45 - Apothecary Ehhh... different strokes, but I'd take Billy Woods over Kendrick any day. He is does some of the BEST sociopolitical hip hop out there imo. Profound comments on the effects of imperialism and colonialism
04:42 - 3rdWorld Good alternative hip hop track. Sounds exactly like a precursor to something that Kendrick is doing. :)
01:46 - Apothecary Oh wait, we're still talking about hip hop? Ok, listen to this guy then [link] And preferably check out the lyrics as well, VERY deep and well-constructed
01. In The Flames Of Black Art 02. Legend? 03. Secret Garden 04. Inevitable Eclipse 05. Seven Golden Fires 06. Theatre Of Rapture 07. The Dream 08. Storm 09. Storm [remix version][2002 re-release bonus]
Additional info Re-released in 1997 on CD by Faithless Prod.
Faithless Prod. also released a special edition 2CD box set called "Seven Golden Fires" that includes the "In the Opium of Black Veil" EP.
Re-released in 2002 on CD by Metal Mind Rec. with bonus track:
9. The Storm (Remix) (4:28)
There are three different covers for this album:
1. Croon Rec.
2. Faithless Prod.
3. Metal Mind Rec.