Gen (2012)

by B L A C K I E

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Willson Rogers
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Willson Rogers This is defiantly one of, if not the, best albums I have listened to in a while (2 years max). Again B L A C K I E... displays his creative ability by tackling acoustic instruments and sounds while still preserving and further developing his now signature sound. I feel that this is a landmark album not only for B L A C K I E... but also for Hip-Hop and Avantgarde music in general. Favorite track: Hometown Blues.
90ff
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90ff Music that really isn't afraid of itself, probably one of my all-time favorite albums. Really loud and noisy, with a lot of different sounds you'll never hear outside this genre, coupled with a pretty intense message screamed by a shirtless (most of the time) black dude with an afro. Would recommend. Favorite track: Selfishness Of Evil Men.
DT BR
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DT BR Ian McKaye can be proud of his legacy. Favorite track: False Marriages.
Hayden VanHoose
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Hayden VanHoose This album is superb. I collect vinyl records and play them often. This will be on spin regularly! B L A C K I E has ingenuity, and I love it. You can feel the honesty and angst in the music. I can't wait to receive my 12" in the mail! Favorite track: False Marriages.
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Gen I 01:10
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Gen II 00:55
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My Oath 00:46
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Gen III 01:00
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Gen 03:30

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released May 1, 2012

Additional Production - James Templeton

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