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Before the War

by After.Words

After.Words is a group with a purpose, a synchronized brain of like minded artists fed up with the current state of hip hop and the world.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Party in This B*tch
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2. Train to Nowhere
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3. Maybe
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4. After.words
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5. Look Inside of You
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6. On the Rise
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7. United We Stand (feat. Pluto)
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8. Take My Life
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9. This Too Shall Pass
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10. In Other Words
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11. I Dare You
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12. Incite a Riot
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13. Last Men Standing
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Album Notes
Harrisburg,PA-based imprint, STLP, proudly presents the formation of its newest hip hop group: After.Words. Consisting of emcees Wellis Fool fka Inkwell the Biologic, El*A*Kwents, windchILL, and Apollo's Sun, After.Words is the culmination of lyricists sharing similiar ideas and morals. The final vertebrae completing After.Words' spine come in the form of multi-talented DJ/Musician: Dj Gard. Each individual of After.Words has extensive experience in their respective realm of work and are all seasoned performers on the live show circuit. Each artist in After.Words has traveled well beyond Pennsylvania's borders to show their lyrical prowess on stage and have opened for national recording acts such as: Hieroglyphics, The Pharcyde, Krs-One, Method Man, Masta Killa, Louis Logic, and Inspectah Deck. After.Words hosts a solid rock foundation, broken down into individual stones all represented by the artists who make up the group.

Wellis Fool contributes his no holds barred, socially aware lyrics with his own unique style of production while also overseeing artistic design of the After.Words project. New Hampshire bred El*A*Kwents offers a politically charged arsenal of songwriting skills and third eye perspectives to the collective. Emcee windchILL's aggressive lyrics and explosive live performances solidify After.Words stance as a group on a mission. Apollo's Sun brings his own unique blend of heart felt poetry and intense stage presence to the After.Words table. Finally, the web of After.Words is threaded together by DJ Gard who handles a bulk of the group's engineering duties. In addition to his menacing studio abilities, Gard is the DJ for After.Words, creating the backdrop for the group during live performances. Beside ravaging songs together, After.Words prides themselves in their abilities to remain self efficient, rarely looking outside of their circle to create, distribute, and promote their sonic creations.

After.Words is a group with a purpose, a synchronized brain of like minded artists fed up with the current state of hip hop. While synthetic "rappers" cater to ignorance, After.Words stands firm in their decision to create music to further the mind without the influence of society's devious hands. Expect After.Words to release their debut single, "Maybe" at the turn of 2009 with a full length LP to follow in the Spring.


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