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Plenty of Anything

by Theoretics

The widely anticipated second release from Seattle's all live hip hop group Theoretics.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Introduction
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2. Go
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3. Lights On
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4. Bus Evlav
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5. What We Got
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The “Plenty of Anything” EP is the second release from the band Theoretics and marks a departure in sound and tone from their debut, self titled album. Featuring more electronic and break-beat influences, the EP shows a wilder side to the group with plenty of cleverly rhymed verses, singable hooks, b-boy/girl friendly beats and twisted instrumentals.

Personnel

Chimaroke Abuachi – vocals
Mark Hoy – vocals
Arthur Brown – alto saxophone
Adam Gross—drums
Ben Krulewitch – keyboards
Cameron Peace – guitar
Birch Pereira – bass & synth


All songs © Theoretics 2012. All music by Theoretics except "Harkon" by B. Pereira, and "Bus Evlav" by B. Pereira, A. Gross, J. Drage and E. Smith. All lyrics by M. Hoy and C. Abuachi.


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