21:58 - yvesson Hej, okej, just checked my collection and there are three 2001 albums, but most of them dissapointment which probably made me stop buy albums.
21:56 - yvesson Hej, can't believe it, you're talking about rap in here ? I'm still stuck with my old metal CDs, the most recent must be from 1999 or something. :p
21:38 - Apothecary Like this. The beginning is fantastic, but then he just busts into the TELL ME WHO THE BITCH NIGGA HATING ON MEEEE shit afterwards and it just ruins it. Not for me [link]
21:36 - Apothecary I'm not too big a fan of Kendrick either. He is not a BAD rapper, but I feel as though when he tries to come along with the social commentary, it just kind of falls flat by him turning around and then going gangsta gangsta
21:19 - Nimlot I still don't get the hype around Kendrick, but I can't pretend any type of expertise to judge.
21:09 - 3rdWorld The Hot head track has been out for a few months now I guess. And it just as razor sharp as DG has ever been in their career. Also Kendrick Lamar is the recent rapper who blew me away & his last 2 albums were mindblowingly epic.
20:00 - Apothecary This is the track that basically convinced me that Aesop is a lyrical genius. Just look at that second verse [link]
Land of the Freaks, the seventh Freak Kitchen album featuring twelve brand new tracks will be released the 21st of October 2009 in Scandinavia (Bonnier Amigo, Universal, Rockweiler Ltd.) and in the UK (Proper Music) the 19th. More countries and release dates will follow soon.
The tunes and running order:
01 God Save the Spleen
02 Hip Hip Hoorah
03 Teargas Jazz
04 Sick? (Death by Hypochondria)
06 Honey, You're a Nazi
07 The Only Way
08 Murder Groupie
09 The Smell of Time
10 One Last Dance
11 Do Not Disturb
12 Clean it Up