Dâm-Funk* ‎– Toeachizown

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Stones Throw Records ‎– STH2232
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1-1. Let's Take Off (Far Away) 6:03
1-2. Come On Outside 4:17
1-3. Mirrors 3:19
1-4. One Less Day
Rap [Featuring] – G-Shaft
5:22
1-5. Brookside Park 9:49
1-6. The Sky Is Ours 7:17
1-7. (My Funk Goes) On & On 4:05
1-8. Searchin' 4 Funk's Future 7:42
1-9. Love Is Here 2nite (I Can Feel It) 4:59
1-10. I Wanna Thank You For (Steppin Into My Life) 6:09
1-11. Fantasy 6:18
1-12. Keep Lookin' 2 The Sky 4:34
2-1. Toeachizown (D-F's Theme) 2:23
2-2. 10 West 5:55
The Move Suite
2-3a. Flying V Ride 5:21
2-3b. Burn Straight Thru U 5:12
2-3c. Candy Dancin
Featuring – Mark de Clive-Lowe
8:23
2-4. Rollin'
2-5. Hood Pass Intact 5:01
2-6. Killdat (aka Killdatmuthafu*ka) 6:53
2-7. I Gots 2 Be Done Wit' U 6:09
2-8. LAtrifying 4:13
2-9. Spacecapades 6:29
2-10. In Flight 6:34

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  • Barcode: 659457223229

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
STH2226 Dãm-Funk* Toeachizown: Fly(LP, Album, RE) Stones Throw Records STH2226 US 2012 Sell This Version
STH2227 Dãm-Funk* Toeachizown: Life(LP, Album, RE) Stones Throw Records STH2227 US 2012 Sell This Version
STH2229 Dãm-Funk* Toeachizown: Sky(LP, Album, RE) Stones Throw Records STH2229 US 2012 Sell This Version
STH2228 Dãm-Funk* Toeachizown: Hood(LP, Album, RE) Stones Throw Records STH2228 US 2012 Sell This Version
STH2225, STH2226, STH2227, STH2228, STH2229 Dãm-Funk* Toeachizown(5xLP, Album + Box) Stones Throw Records, Stones Throw Records, Stones Throw Records, Stones Throw Records, Stones Throw Records STH2225, STH2226, STH2227, STH2228, STH2229 US 2010 Sell This Version

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Vert1

Vert1

February 7, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
No one mentions this but the album is a bit too downtempo making one sleepy. -_-
chischis

chischis

April 12, 2010
edited over 6 years ago
Dâm-Funk for black music: Achieving more on one album, than many rappers and hip-hop artists have in their entire careers. (It helps that DF knows how to write a decent hook, too.)

Thanks Dame, for rescuing us from the mire of commercial hip-hop dross. This is an endlessly inspiring, and inspired collection of crunk-p-funk-step deliciousness, alternating between space-funk-Zapp jams with the requisite talkbox, and deep, memorable soul-funk numbers. Top stuff.

Edit 24-04-2010: My opinion stands, but there are certainly a few too many over-long jams here, and not enough songs such as "Steppin'".
damnzenman

damnzenman

November 21, 2009

Refreshingly funkalicious robot funk from the funkiest person out there doing it right now, Dam Funk. This album has no loops, no samples, everything is played live, think George Clinton vs S.O.S. Band vs Juan Atkins vs Slave vs Egyptian Lover, it truly brings you back to the days of old. Don't worry now, even though it's as good as the electronic music of times long gone and produced with the classic machines we all know and love, it still sounds as 2009 as it can get. Album of the year without a doubt and meant for those who know.