MF Doom ‎– MM..Food

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Rhymesayers Entertainment ‎– RSE0084-1
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A1 Beef Rapp 4:39
A2 Hoe Cakes 3:54
A3 Potholderz
Featuring – Count Bass DProducer – Count Bass D
3:20
B1 One Beer
Producer – Madlib
4:18
B2 Deep Fried Frenz 4:56
B3 Poo-Putt Platter 1:14
B4 Fillet-O-Rapper 1:13
B5 Gumbo 0:50
C1 Fig Leaf Bi-Carbonate 3:15
C2 Kon Karne 2:51
C3 Guinnessez
Featuring – 4Ize*, Angelika
4:41
D1 Kon Queso
Producer – PNS
4:00
D2 Rap Snitch Knishes
Featuring – Mr. Fantastik
2:52
D3 Vomitspit 2:48
D4 Kookies 4:02

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Includes an obi strip.

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VMP Exclusive Vinyl dition
- 2LP Green & White Color Vinyl
- Heavyweight Gatefold Tip-On Jacket
- Exclusive Stencil

©2007 Rhymesayers Entertainment, LLC
2409 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55405
Office: 612.977.9870 Email: info@rhymesayers.com
RHYMESAYERS.COM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 26257 00841 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 172488E1/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 172488E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, stamped): 172488E3/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, stamped): 172488E4/B

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RSE0051-2 MF Doom MM..Food(CD, Album) Rhymesayers Entertainment RSE0051-2 US 2004 Sell This Version
RS0084-1 MF Doom MM..Food(2xLP, Album, RE + DVD) Rhymesayers Entertainment RS0084-1 US 2007 Sell This Version
RSE0084-1 MF Doom MM..Food(2xLP, Album, MP, RE) Rhymesayers Entertainment RSE0084-1 US 2007 Sell This Version
RSE0051-2 MF Doom MM..Food(CD, Album, Cle) Rhymesayers Entertainment RSE0051-2 US 2004 Sell This Version
RSE0084-2 MF Doom MM..Food(CD, Album, RE + DVD-V) Rhymesayers Entertainment RSE0084-2 US 2007 Sell This Version

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clickanimositybiz

clickanimositybiz

December 24, 2019
Great piece for the completists out there . Sounds great though disc 2 (the white one) is very hard to track which is not a major deal for me as I don’t DJ. However if you’re buying this version in hopes that Kookies has the OG instrumental you’ll be spinning $40 + of disappointment. Don’t fret however you get a cool cut out colorless DOOM mask to wear while you play with your King Geedorah war set...if you’re like me & lucky to own both versions keep them both. FYI my OG pressing included a dope poster with a NYC 70’s street scene / tour dates from that year. Is this the case for others who own an og pressing also?
Mtylor

Mtylor

December 1, 2019
Does this version come with the Sesame Street beat? hm
DJCVR

DJCVR

November 17, 2018
I literally slept on this record for about six instances in my existence, last night I finally heard this record in it's entirety. I was already on the superhero tip, watching some episodes of STAS (SUPERMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES - for the uninitiated) and was ready to digest something a little on the Marvel side. I was blown away by the beatboxing, the sample, and the storytelling on "Hoe Cakes" - and if we're talking instrumentals ... DOOM's production on the track was nothing short of breathtaking as his sample game throughout the LP amalgamated soul samples with wacky Marvel Comics radio shows to tell a cohesive story about his and Von Doom's shared alter-ego - sprinkling in fantastical legend ("KON QUESO") with reality raps ("Deep Fried Friendz") to make a mouthwatering blend.
The guests on this LP held their weight as well - Angelika on "Guinessez" spit standout bars about love won and lost and the cost of a courtship ; Mr. Fantastik wen't bar for bar with Doom and had "Rap Snitch Knishes" looking more like a pivotal issue of Fantastic Four where Marvel's First Family comes into the clutches of Doom, yet somehow miraculously Mr. Fantastic is forced to work with Doom due to both of their respective geniuses so hard to ignore. Even Count Bass D on the most underwhelming track "Potholderz" was able to provide a stellar hook, in which , throughout Doom's catalogue I have found to be his only chink in his near impenetrable armor. And Madlib!'s production on "One Beer" has sonics not to be forgotten which would make any longtime listener petition Doom's Hideout and one of those churches in Notre Dame for another Madvillian team-up. Shout out to Atmosphere because, Rhymesayers did it again, putting their name behind another masterpiece - proving that hip-hop is more than rhyming words together over some synthesized drums.
"MM...Food", storytelling at it's finest on a late night after watching Saturday morning cartoons. Don't enjoy this with any food coloring though - "It's Poiiiiison!" ("Gumbo").
ricstultz

ricstultz

August 24, 2018
Heavy tip on jacket, great sounding vinyl. Classic DOOM. Now sold out on Vinyl Me Please.
The_Vinyl_Dealer

The_Vinyl_Dealer

June 13, 2018
I'll chime in and concur that this is a top notch release. Great heavy glossy gatefold. My vinyl looks and sounds perfect.
MrShocktime

MrShocktime

June 12, 2018

My copy sounds outstanding. Super quiet wax on both discs aside from the first couple seconds on sides C and D. It's important to note that many songs on this album have artificial "vinyl noise" on the actual tracks.