Madvillain: All Caps

Madvillain SKU: 16210790
Madvillain: All Caps

Madvillain: All Caps

Madvillain SKU: 16210790

Format: 12-INCH SINGLE

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Description

Title: All Caps
Artist: Madvillain
Label: Stones Throw
Product Type: 12-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 659457208516
Genre: Rap/Hip Hop

It's beginning to look like the Madvillainry album just might top Jaylib. If the bootleg that's been floating around didn't confirm it for you, Doom and Madlib's chemistry on this 12" should. The Beat Conductor gets extra dirty on "All Caps," with that chaotic jazz everyone loves him for. As always, Metal Face takes no prisoners with the vocals either: this guy's mind is like an endless wave pool for lyrics. "Curls" relies on some steel drums and loopy organ, a combination that gives the track a "Scooby Doo in the Caribbean" vibe. Although the song is short, Doom's only verse is still full of enough word play to fill an entire Chingy album. The other tracks on here, "The Illest Villains Remix" and "Scene Three" are more like extended intros. Supposedly they won't be included on the album, who knows? They're definitely worth checking out if you're into Madlib's vocal collage productions. As always, instrumentals for both "All Caps" and "Curls" are included, so go ahead and treat yourself.

Tracks:
1.1 The Illest Villains (Remix)
1.2 All Caps
1.3 All Caps (Instrumental)
1.4 Scene Three
1.5 Curls
1.6 Curls (Instrumental)
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