Revolution & Earleybird | Great Minds Think Alike

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Great Minds Think Alike

by Revolution & Earleybird

Spiritual and political hip-hop from right outside the nation's capitol
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Two Friends
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2. World Trade Season
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3:05 $0.99
3. Forget About It
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4. This Mess (feat. 57 & Hulk Hooligan)
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5. Men Don't Cry
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6. Wright Brothers
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7. Y?
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8. Live Life (feat 57)
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9. 703
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10. Many Blessed
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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PART ONE OF THE EARLEYBIRD DOUBLE ALBUM PROMOTION "TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE"(marketed to coincide with the release of the latest Kanye West and Fifty Cent albums that are scheduled to drop one September 11th, 2007) "GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE" showcases the talents of childhood friends, Revolution and Earleybird, as the two share rapping duties and exhibit an excellent chemistry alongside each other for ten solid tracks of material covering subject matters that are politically conscious and signal the effects of a generation growing up looking for answers in the aftermath of an America redefined by the World Trade Center disaster. Production is largely handled by Earleybird, however Revolution and Tre Socket also contribute to the beats. Both artists were born in 1979, yet their initial meeting was in 1993, and the duo began writing raps together and performing around 1994 and have both been busy since then working to establish names for themselves as solo artists and putting Virginia on the hip-hop map. Other solo projects in development include, "THINGS ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM" by Earleybird, and "SINAI FIRE" by Revolution. Thank you for the support.


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