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Untyin' Lost souls

by various artists

A delectable blend of Non-corporate hip-hop. This disc is an intelligent look at society from the street level up to the rulers and shepherds. Detroit & Midwest artists. Prime indie hip-hop sounds like Atmosphere, Sage Francis, Aesop Rock and The Flobots.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. intro
Archangel
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2. Dubphonics - A Better Place
Dubphonics
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3. switch stance - stickerkut
switch stance
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4. Abstrakt Intellekt - Voice Of A Generation
Abstrakt Intellekt
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5. OneManArmy - One Man's Mission (DJ Virus on the cuts)
OneManArmy (OneBeLo)
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6. S.U.N. - Give Me Understanding
S.U.N.
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7. Heiruspecs - Braces
Heiruspecs
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8. The Sky Gods Pt. 1
Archangel
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9. II.03 Sample The Martian - Spare Me Some Change v.3.27
Sample The Martian
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10. Spitball - The Promoter Song
Spitball
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11. DJ Bling Masta Plastik - Hermit Company (feat. Felix of Heiruspe
DJ Bling Masta Plastik
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12. AprAxiA - SocioVirus (feat Ill Wizzard) SW Detroit mix
AprAxiA
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13. Deck - Wrath Of Dingo
Deck Master D
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14. We Are The Music Makers
Archangel
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15. JOB - Take Me For a Ride
JOB
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16. The Sky Gods Pt. 2
Archangel
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17. II.05 SampleThe Martian - The T-Virus (electrocution graveyard m
Sample The Martian
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18. Intricate Dialect - Welcome To The World Of A Friendly Handshake
Intricate Dialect
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19. The Sky Gods Pt. 3
Archangel
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20. II.04 Sample The Martian - Full Bore All Out Power Maximum v.11
Sample The Martian
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21. Darkstarz - Beyond Oblivion
Darkstarz
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22. Mystery Ink - Unconventional
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
If you are looking for a good indie hip-hop CD to peep out strong jams from cats you've never heard of... THIS IS IT! One of the many strengths of this CD is that each song has a topic and an interesting one. The songs aren't the hip-hop re-hash that's been going on for decades. Even the indie scene seems to get stuck on new things to write but this CD is your cure.

Untyin' Lost Souls includes tracks from OneBeLo (formerly OneManArmy of Binary Star), Heiruspecs, and Dubphonics. This CD will work for you whether you are just getting into the genre or a seasoned vet of indie hip-hop. Its also a diverse listen.

"Untyin' Lost Souls is: a collection of songs that run through themes of social uplifting ("A Better Place" by Dubphonics), reclaiming hip-hop from corporate America ("Voice of a Generation" by Abstract Intellect), and searching for understanding in times of struggle ("Give Me Understanding" by S.U.N.). To be sure, however, all of the subject matter is not so heavy. Spitball's "The Promoter Song" rails against bandwagon jumpers. Darkstarz's "Beyond Oblivion" sounds like the soundtrack to an indie sci-fi film. Mystery Ink's "Unconventional" is an eight-minute smorgasbord of rhyme schemes. " - Fuze

"eMpyre ramireX has got to be one of the hardest working people in the Detroit area. It's his love for the local sound that keeps these compilations coming out. If you truly believe in the real sound at street-level, I suggest you support anything released on Galactic Dust Records~!!" - Tuned-out.com


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Geoff Hineman

If you miss hip-hop with substance...
If you miss hip-hop with substance, this is perfect compilation for you. If you think current kingpins like Jay Z, P Diddy, and anybody from the Cash Money crew is overrated or are just looking for something different, this is the perfect compilation for you. Musically, the cuts run from traditional break beats and stand up bass, to sliced-and-diced samples, to robotic glitch-hop. And let’s not forget Sample The Martian who drops three tracks that push the conventional expectations of hip-hop with old-school beats, psychedelic guitars, analog synths, and abstract lyrics that flow, like water, from the subconscious of one ungrounded dude.

emcee spin

a collection of underground HEAT.
this cd is amazing. every song drops something different. a really different and refreshing blend of hip hop.

a MUST get.

xxxsetra

Dope...
5 stars to Galatic Dust Records...With these artists the bring together the perfect blend of rap into one CD.There is something for everyone here...

del

excellent cd
this cd hasn't left my cd player for the past couple weeks. put together very well, suprised to find a heiruspecs song i have never heard. this is my type of music right here. 5 stars.

Urb Magazine

For the Love
"Meal Tikit endears ears on the "Better Place" with tragic tales punctuated by a blissful R&B hook." - AL
Urb Magazine - September 2005 pg. 120

CMJ

Midwestern Velocity
"One.Be.Lo [formerly One.Man.Army] has nothing to offer but dope, dope rhymes. A deft vocalist with a Midwestern medium-velocity flow somewhere between Mr. Lif and Blueprint." - Christopher R. Weingarten CMJ

Spin Magazine Mar 10 2005

lyrical activism
“[One.Be.Lo formerly OneManArmy of Binary Star] cobbles together a pastiche of dusty R&B samples, soulful '70s beats, and the smooth lyrical activism of wordsmiths like Mos Def and the Last Poets. His rhymes get in your head and stay there -- and that's a good thing. (Band of the Day)

B-Rockah

INSANe Trakz
IM Glad 2 see hip hop and creativity still lives ill get hi 2 this shit all day Holla