Animal Nation | Understanding More About Nothing Than Anybody Ever Thought Impossible or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Music

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Understanding More About Nothing Than Anybody Ever Thought Impossible or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Music

by Animal Nation

Animal Nation's 3rd release is so jammed full of steaming hot science that you will most literally be transmorphed into a scientition upon hearing it. but not the boring "I wear safety glasses while studying rocks" kind of scientition.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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2. Party Animals
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3. Money
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4. Caribbean Nights and the Electrifying Technicolor Dreamscapes
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5. The Fez
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6. Her Dangerous Smile
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7. Wooden Roller Coaster (feat. Ali Milner)
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8. The Me in Me (Watching From Above and Behind)
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9. The Caper (feat. Mat the Alien)
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10. Feels Real
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11. Sky Fish
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12. Street Shadows
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13. Paradise's Paradigm
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Animal Nation is: Steige “Tall Man” Turner, and Mike “Armadillo Slim” Armitage.
Animal Nation formed in 2004 after a heated argument between the two not-then members, over the quality of another band’s performance.
The members of Animal Nation are hesitant to call their music ‘hip-hop’ because a lot of hip-hop sucks.
The members of Animal Nation think this is unfortunate because they really, really love good hip-hop, but know that the general population thinks that hip-hop sucks as well.
Animal Nation is the greatest band you will ever hear.
After listening to Animal Nation it will henceforth be impossible to appreciate any other sort of music that is not Animal Nation. You’re life will be changed. You will win the next big lottery. Your hair will never thin and your skin never sag. Your children will never try drugs, because you never did, and therefore know that they have nothing to offer. Animal Nation. Your new neighbours, the three blonde Swedish girls that moved in next door, will invite you and your wife over for a ‘group massage’, and your wife will accept. Animal Nation.
Animal Nation. Animal Nation.


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Brad at CD Baby


These darn Canadian indie hip hoppin' rappers with their sweet-spot beats and their free-flowing rhymes. They're really startin' to make us U-S-of-A-er's look sloppy. Sending the sounds down south via Whistler, BC, this duo throws the true school fastball and mixes it up with a flurry of lyrically dense curves and off-the-wall knuckleballs. After setting the stage with the deeply grooved "Soul Station," they jump right in, taking "Party Animals" and sticking to the title waaay more literally than you would think possible. While that song is certainly one of the aforementioned knucklers, tracks like "Her Dangerous Smile" and "The Me in Me" play it a little closer to the vest, opening up about real-life issues but never wallowing in a pool of self-obsession. The beauty of this record lies not far beneath that approach: it's just a couple of dudes making some songs that they would want to listen to. This not only accounts for their attention to detail, but their overall excellence in execution. Well played.