The Brotherhood ‎– Elementalz

Bite It! Recordings ‎– CD BHOOD1, Virgin ‎– 7 24384 13242 2

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1 One³ 5:16
2 Alphabetical Response 5:23
3 Nothing In Particular 4:20
4 Mad Headz 5:22
5 On The Move 4:53
6 Goin' Undaground
Bass – Brian AugerDrums – Karma AugerOrgan – Brian Auger
7 Punk Funk 4:12
8 You Gotta Life 4:34
9 One Shot 4:29
10 Incredible 5:27
11 Clunk Click 5:29
12 Nominate 5:02
13 Dark Stalkers 4:37
14 British Accent 4:29
15 Pride (Revisited) 5:40

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Produced, arranged and mixed for Bite It! Productions Ltd.
Recorded at the Strongroom except track 15 recorded at Monroe.
Mastered at Sterling Sound NYC.
Design, illustration and photography @ Hourglass.

Track 1: "Starless" by King Crimson
Track 3: "Constant Elevation" by The Gravediggaz
Track 4: "Dancing in outer Space" by Atmosphere and "Song for Chicago" by Malcolm McLaren
Track 8: "Brooklyn Battles" by Master Ace
Track 9: "Mysterious Vibes" by Kazumi Watanabe
Track 10: "How many MC's" by Black Moon
Track 11: "Moon in June" by Soft Machine
track 14: "Funky Rhymes, funky Styles" by PD3

This version is missing the Right Societies printed on the CD.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 724384132422
  • Label Code: LC 3098

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DE 3669 The Brotherhood Elementalz(CD, Promo) Virgin DE 3669 France 1996 Sell This Version
CD BHOOD1, 7243 8 41324 2 2 The Brotherhood Elementalz(CD, Album) Bite It! Recordings, Virgin CD BHOOD1, 7243 8 41324 2 2 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
BHOODLP1, 7243 8 41324 1 5 The Brotherhood Elementalz(2xLP, Album) Bite It! Recordings, Virgin BHOODLP1, 7243 8 41324 1 5 UK 1996 Sell This Version
BHOODMC1, 7243 8 41324 4 6 The Brotherhood Elementalz(Cass, Album) Bite It! Recordings, Virgin BHOODMC1, 7243 8 41324 4 6 UK 1996 Sell This Version
BHOODLPDJ1 The Brotherhood Elementalz (Instrumentals)(2xLP, W/Lbl) Virgin BHOODLPDJ1 UK 1996 Sell This Version



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March 1, 2016
IMO one of the best unheard of British rap albums of the 90s. After a few years of Shylock finding his style and Underdog never missing a beat with the beats on almost every Brotherhood release or 12", they have persued a newer form here as every song is somewhat slowed to a more ambient and murkier sound similar to Temples of boom era Cypress Hill on this album,With the addition of London based Ragga MC Mr. Spyce, he compliments the more intelligent style of Mr. Shylock, with the best part of the album been the lyrics: which are very laced with british pop culture references and to british bands, to which a foreign ear may come off as confusing but just add to the experience. The group would later drop Underdog from the line up after this release and came out with the more relaxed sounding "Dungeon Town" which sadly was the end of The Brotherhood troupe after a good couple of strong years. Own this album if you have a interest in any of the above i likened Brotherhood to. you won't be disappointed.