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Project Polaroid

TOMC3 featuring Kool Keith

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The sequel to Dr. Octogon

Fantastically dusted, lazy beat work with layer upon layer of samples that somehow never feels muddled. A modern day sequel to Dr. Octogon that will please fans of Keith and people who prefer something more layered than his own sparse "sound". Some great spacerhyme and abstract flow with solid guest spots. If you like this check out EDAN - if you like EDAN get this ASAP. Great stuff.

KEITH MOVES INTO THE NEXT DIMENSION

No-one could ever accuse Keith Thornton of being lazy. This man has been constantly creating even though most thought he had disappeared. Staying close to the underground and keeping it real while the so-called hip-hop supastars soak up the limelight, Keith has always been on another level. Tracing back the lineage to Sun Ra, Keith could be the head of the Celestial Division. Intelligence and imagination define a genius, this album displays both. A return to the more dense, soulful sound of Dr Octagon, is welcome although just another journey for Keith.

Biography

Born: 19 October 1963 in New York, NY [The Bronx]

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

After single-handedly redefining "warped" as the mind and mouth behind the Bronx-based Ultramagnetic MC's, "Kool" Keith Thornton — aka Rhythm X, aka Dr. Octagon, aka Dr. Dooom, aka Mr. Gerbik — headed for the outer reaches of the stratosphere with a variety of solo projects. A onetime psychiatric patient at Bellevue, Keith's lyrical thematics remained as free-flowing here as they ever were with the N.Y.C. trio, connecting up complex meters with fierce, layers-deep metaphors and veiled...
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