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The '92 vs. '02 Collection - EP

Prefuse 73

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Album Review

At first listen, the 92 Vs. 02 EP sounds like Prefuse 73 has gone out to pasture and returned with something altogether new — and was so excited he found it that he had to show everyone by tossing out this 15-minute recording. Leaving behind a bulk of the frantic, chopped-up samples and frenetic beats that adorned the groundbreaking 2001 full-length, Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives, Scott Herren (aka Prefuse 73) goes for a calmer and more collected approach to instrumental hip-hop. The cut-ups are still present, but the samples are warmer and allowed to set forth texture for a stretch further than the full-length — which is a good thing because no matter how fresh Vocal Studies sounded, it was probably more of a departure point for Herren, and now that he's had the chance to soak it in he has also found some inspiration in an unlikely place. While on a tour stop in Detroit for Vocal Studies, Herren caught wind of a demo from Ann Arbor's Dabrye. Herren quickly became a fan of Dabrye's debut, One/Three, and signed him up for a slot on the Eastern Developments roster (Herren's own label). The result, Instrmntl, is in some ways as close a representation of 92 Vs. 02 as Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives. There's no doubt that this is still a Prefuse 73 production, and a pretty darn good one at that. Albeit, one that is a bit short in length, but tall enough for some good, clean fun.

Customer Reviews

go prefuse!

this is one of prefuse 73's more easy to digest collection of songs. definately worth it just for Love You Bring. the cut up vocals are mashed up in a way that makes them flow beautifully with the strings and accoustic guitar. the little beat breaks are nice too. please just drop the 4 bucks and pick this up!


this album is definetly a keeper... its short but still worth it....


Everything that makes this guys music so damn good, and nothing that doesn't. Too bad its so short, but I guess that could be one reason why its so good. Its damn worth the $4.


Born: Miami, FL

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Prefuse 73 is the alias of Scott Herren, an experimental hip-hop producer whose material often features MCs buried in the mix to become more a part of the sonic texture than a focal point. Herren began his career working in commercial studios in Atlanta, but later went on to more experimental work. His first record under the Prefuse name, Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives, not only buried but cut up and spliced raps as well as allowing some more straightforward vocals from several MCs. The 2003 follow-up,...
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