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Back in 2004, hip-hop weirdoes Madlib and MF DOOM were two of the biggest names in the sprawling underground landscape. Madlib was the savant-like producer over at Stones Throw, creating an unending kaleidoscope of freaky beats and working with everyone from Dudley Perkins to Dilla, as well as on his own assorted alias projects like Quasimoto and Yesterday's New Quintet. DOOM was in the midst of an unlikely second-act career, with a fast-growing cult following and a slew of much-loved concept albums (Operation: Doomsday, Take Me to Your Leader, and Vaudeville Villain). When word hit that they were teaming up for a full-length, the news sent shockwaves through the global indie-rap community. The resulting album was a huge success, cracking the Billboard charts and winning universal praise from subterranean websites and mainstream press alike. Never at a loss for more beats, Madlib remixed the entire set for this sequel, released four years later. It's an impressive effort showcasing two of the most innovative and unpredictable artists in hip-hop history.

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Come back DOOM

I'm sick of all this fake "DOOMposter" concept BS and the lack of new MF DOOM material for almost 2 and a half years now. I wish he would show up at his shows and for the ones he does show up at ACTUALLY RAP. Dude's been lip-synching recently -- mad disrespectful to the fans. Good job Madlib on making some good beats to remix Madvillainy, but it doesn't feel right. We need new rhymes and the old MF DOOM back who cared for his fans. That, or atleast write an apology to your fans that wasted money on a skinny idiot who lip-synchs.


i went to rock the bells just to see you. Didnt show up. Man dont let your fans down. What happened to the old Zev Love X man? back in the KMD days?? albums sick though..


this is good. it has also been out on stones throws website for close to 2 months maybe. but tell me this. WHEN DOES MF DOOM AND GHOSTFACE COME OUT WITH THEIR ALBUM????


Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Madvillain is yet another collaboration by Stones Throw big shot Madlib, this time with masked MC MF Doom. Madlib, who had been listening to Doom's Operation: Doomsday (1999), was impressed by the MC's lyrics and beats and contacted Doom to talk about the possibility of working together. Though Doom had never heard of Madlib at that point, as soon as he heard the DJ's work he agreed immediately. The two met up in 2002 at the Stones Throw headquarters in Los Angeles and instantly clicked. Madlib introduced...
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