Handsome Boy Modeling School ‎– White People

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Elektra ‎– 62941-2
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1 Intro
Featuring – Father Guido Sarducci
1:09
2 If It Wasn't For You
Featuring – De La Soul, Starchild Excalibur
4:37
3 Are You Down With It
Backing Vocals – Cat PowerFeaturing – Mike PattonScratches – Rob Swift
3:34
4 The World's Gone Mad
Featuring – Alex Kapranos, Barrington Levy, Del Tha Funkee HomosapienKeyboards – Jim Greer
5:24
5 Dating Game
Featuring – Hines Buchanan, Neelam
3:08
6 Breakdown
Guitar, Ukulele, Kazoo, Featuring – Jack JohnsonPercussion – Adam Topol
4:09
7 It's Like That
Featuring – CasualScratches – Rob Swift
4:51
7A I Am Complete
8 I've Been Thinking
Featuring – Cat Power
5:24
9 Rock And Roll (Could Never Hip Hop Like This) Part 2
Engineer – Ed ScratchFeaturing – Chester Bennington, DJ Q-Bert, Grand Wizard Theodore, Jazzy Jay, Lord Finesse, RahzelGuitar [Distorited], Piano, Bass, Featuring – Mike Shinoda
7:16
9A Knockers
10 The Hours
Featuring – Cage, EL-PGuitar – F. Sean Martin*Guitar, Featuring – Chino Moreno
4:29
11 Class System
Featuring – Julee Cruise, Pharrell Williams
4:30
12 First...And Then
Featuring – Dres
4:19
13A A Day In The Life
Engineer – Ed Scratch, Jon DebaunFeaturing – AG, RZA, The Mars VoltaGuitar – Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
5:37
13B Good Hygiene
14 Greatest Mistake
Backing Vocals – Paula FrazerFeaturing – Jamie CullumGuitar, Featuring – John Oates
4:19
15 Dating Game Part 2
Featuring – Hines Buchanan, Neelam
0:36
16 Outro
Featuring – Father Guido Sarducci
5:27

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January 30, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
When people say there's a lot of cameo artists in this album they MEAN IT! Like.. a SHITLOAD! and of all kinds! I don't even know how I ended up buying this but I'm damn glad I did. I was looking up Kid Koala stuff and the name of this all-star duo just caught my attention. After listening to the CD I must say this is definately how hiphop should be always produced. There's all sorts of styles in this CD and they all just sound awesome. Especially the Rock N' Roll song, I'm amazed how they incorporated the hiphop beats to that classical piece (I think that's Vivaldi's "4 Seasons"?) and when I heard Chester and Mike from Linkin Park I was just like "WHAT THE HELL! AWESOME!" and then in The Hours you can definately hear the influence of Deftone's Chino Moreno along with his vocals. Even Jack Johnson is here! Seriously, this CD is filled with too many cameos.. Just go get the album and listen yourself..