Deltron 3030 ‎– Deltron 3030

75 Ark ‎– 75033, Tommy Boy ‎– 75033
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1 State Of The Nation
Vocals [Additional] – Damon Albarn
2 3030 7:29
3 The Fantabulous Rap Extravaganza
Vocals [Additional] – Prince Paul
4 Things You Can Do 4:59
5 Positive Contact 4:42
6 St. Catherine St.
Vocals [Additional] – Beans, Mr. Lif, P. Wingerter, Peanut Butter Wolf, Verna Brown
7 Virus 4:26
8 Upgrade (A Brymar College Course) 4:10
9 New Coke
Vocals [Additional] – Mark Nishita*
10 Mastermind 3:34
11 National Movie Review
Engineer – Scott HardingVocals [Additional] – Brad Roberts
12 Madness 4:38
13 Meet Cleofis Randolph The Patriarch
Vocals [Additional] – MC Paul Barman
14 Time Keeps On Slipping
Vocals [Additional] – Damon AlbarnWritten-By – Damon Albarn
15 The News (A Wholly Owned Subsidiary Of Microsoft Inc.)
Vocals [Additional] – Hafdis Huld
16 Turbulence (Remix)
Remix [Turbulence] – Mark Bell
17 The Fantabulous Rap Extravaganza Part II
Vocals [Additional] – Prince Paul
18 Battlesong 4:07
19 Love Story 3:26
20 Memory Loss
Vocals [Additional] – Sean LennonWritten-By – Sean Lennon
21 The Assmann 640 Speaks 0:31

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Released in a standard jewel case.

Produced, Arranged, Mixed & Composed at the Glue Factory, San Francisco.

Songs written by Dan Nakamura are published by Sharkman Songs (ASCAP).
Songs written by Teren D. Jones are published by Happy Hemp Music (ASCAP).
Song written by Damon Albarn is published by EMI Music Publishing.
Song written by Sean Lennon is published by Usagi Publishing (BMI).

Deltron Zero - Del Tha Funkee Homosapien
The Cantankerous Captain Aptos - Dan The Automator
Skiznod The Boy Wonder - Kid Koala
The Booger - Mark Bell
Astacio The Nudist - Brandon Arnovick
Sir Damien Thorn VII of the Cockfosters Clan - Damon Albarn
Vince Paul McMahon - "GQ" Prince Paul
Cleofis Randolph The Patriarch - Paul Barman
That Bickering Old Guy - Mark Nishita
Walt "Clyde" Mercado - Sean Lennon
That Guy From Canada - Brad Roberts
News Anchor - Hafdis Huld
Billy Ray Valiftine - Mr. Lif
Wimpy - Peanut Butter Wolf
Lorenzo Van Peebles - Beans from Anti-Pop Consortium
Miss Saigon - Verna (VXBX) Brown
Hooker - P Wingerter
Miss Blauers - Scott Harding
Computer - G4
Quzar - Del
Battle Song Receptionist - Del
Deltron Robot - J "SciFi" Johnson
Little Petey Parker - Burton Kong
Dominic "Corinthian" Leathuré - Domino
Ironside - Olde Clem
The New & Improved Whitney - Aimee
Patient #451 James Cole - Colin
Jeebus - The Pea

Damon Albarn appears courtesy of Parlophone / EMI Records LTD.
Del appears courtesy of Hieroglyphics Imperium Music
Kid Koala appears courtesy of Ninja Tune
Sean Lennon appears courtesy of Grand Royal
Beans appears courtesy of Anti-Pop/Ozone
Mr. Life appears courtesy of Thought Wizard/Ozone
Paul Barman appears courtesy of Horn Implant Music
Peanut Butter Wolf appears courtesy of Stones Throw Records
The Assmann 640 appears courtesy of His Damn Self!!!!!

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 76217 50332 2
  • Barcode (String): 676217503322
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 1): 0090-0204 F1 CD LMW/CA #2 DELTRON 3030
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 2): 0090-0204 F2 CD LMW/CA #2 DELTRON 30/30 #1441-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 3): 0090-0204 F2 CD LMW/CA #2 DELTRON 3030
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 23) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
75033 Deltron 3030 Deltron 3030(2xLP, Album) 75 Ark 75033 US 2000 Sell This Version
DEL 75033-1 Deltron 3030 Deltron 3030(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Gre) Deltron Partners DEL 75033-1 US 2017 Sell This Version
75033 Deltron 3030 Deltron 3030(CD, Album, Dig) 75 Ark 75033 US 2000 Sell This Version
TEG-4509 Deltron 3030 Deltron 3030(CD, Album, RE) Traffic Entertainment Group TEG-4509 US 2008 Sell This Version
DEL75040-LP Deltron 3030 The Instrumentals(Album, Ltd, RE + LP, Yel + LP, Blu) 3030 Deltron Partners DEL75040-LP US 2017 Sell This Version



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January 17, 2013
If Deltron Zero's voice sounds familiar, you probably recognize him as a prominent member of the Hieroglyphics crew, or from his work with Gorillaz. He usually goes by Del the Funky Homosapien, but has created a whole new persona for his exploration of the technologically advanced/magical future. Del started his career writing lyrics for his cousin Ice Cube's rap crew, and boy has he come a long way since his first album in 1991. His lyrics are complicated and intricate, and his delivery melodious and at times even poetic. He produced this album with the help of Kid Koala and Dan the Automator, the men behind Lovage. As for the featured artists, there is a good mix of famous (hold up, is that Sean fucking Lennon, John fucking Lennon's son?!) and unknown artists who signed on to be a part of this project.

This is a wacky album, and while you probably won't like all of the songs and skits these guys have come up with, a couple are guaranteed to stick with you. This is what hardcore psychedelic drugs are capable of producing; a crazy journey through a future full of evil corporations and giant mechanized robots. You're guaranteed one helluva ride.