Atmosphere • You Can’t Imagine How Much Fun We’re Having

filed under: album covers,musicians — christopher @ 23:59 Fri

I don’t know what to say about Atmosphere‘s latest full length album
except that this is bar none, best viagra viagra generic discount the best hip hop record to be released in maybe
16 years. It’s not East Coast or West Coast, cialis buy buy cialis nor Southern Fried,
yet it has sifted the greatest parts of all of those –
with the addition of a European sentiment plus some Mo Wax flavor.
This record comes out on Tuesday, October 4, 2005 –
and I urge everyone who loves Hip Hop (not Rap) to buy this record quickly.

Lyrically hard and witty – this record uses no stereotypes –
and that starts with the album cover, which looks more
like a punk record than a hip hop. Minneapolis is dropping
some heavy beats and I can’t get enough. >From the opening
anthem of Arrival to the closing track – which is an open letter
to his Little Man – this album has no bad tracks – and the many
styles mentioned above are brilliantly crafted together to form a
benchmark in contemporary music. Every little snippet and sample
is perfectly picked and placed. A mainstay in the underground
for nearly a decade – Atmosphere is poised to breakthrough.

Sean Daley (Slug) – Lyrics
Anthony Davis (Ant) – Production


  1. sold

    Comment by k-stein — 10/1/2005 @ 17:25 Sat

  2. It’s available on Amazon. Says the CD is “enhanced”… must have some multimedia on it.

    Comment by Gregory — 10/1/2005 @ 17:48 Sat

  3. The CD package actually has an extra CD with it-
    With a representation of all the Rhymesayers Crew –
    with videos and extra tracks.

    Comment by evilvince — 10/1/2005 @ 19:34 Sat

  4. Hi Evilvince, I would like to ask your permision to use two of your photos on powerlines.

    Please take a look.



    John LeKay

    Comment by John LeKay — 4/18/2007 @ 23:50 Wed

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