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Hip Hop isn't just about the US

This album is a great example of how Hip Hop isn't just about the US, although the MCs are mainly from the US the Production is split between the UK and Australia. The production on this album is excellent all the beats are crisp with a heavy 'funk' theme running through the tracks and a good balance between old school and nu school Hip Hop (sorry about the cornball terms), most of the tracks are less than 3 minutes so the album seems to fly past at breakneck speed leaving you panting and hungry for more, just like a good album should. With each of the tracks featuring a different selection of MCs it's impossible to rate each one but surfice it to say that you won't be dissapointed with the quality, the flows are tight, the lyrics inspired and the balance between established MCs and up and coming talent has you reaching for the keyboard to find out who you're listening to.

All in all this is a quality album that grows on you with each listen, I can't wait to see if they do a live show with full line up.

The first truly great Hip-Hop album of 2012

Production from Geoff Barrow (Portishead) and Katalyst + a stellar cast of MC's (some known - MED, Guilty Simpson, Prince Po - and some unknown - Coin Locker Kid, Jonwayne) = an exciting & thrilling set of real hip-hop that plays like a "proper" album from start to finish.


One of the best albums I've ever listened to
Rock my soul
Belly of the best
Chucky balboa
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Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

Multi-faceted projects like Blakroc and the Gorillaz may seem ambitious, but Quakers took the idea of a hip-hop collective to epic proportions. With the help of Stones Throw's Peanut Butter Wolf, Portishead's Geoff Barrow assembled 35 members to contribute to Quakers' 41-track debut. Along with Barrow (going by the alias Fuzzface), the project revolved around Invada Records producers 7-Stu-7 and Katalyst, and included contributions by an assortment of talented underground rappers, golden-age hip-hop...
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