Organized Konfusion ‎– Organized Konfusion

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Tracklist

Fudge Funk 1:02
Fudge Pudge 5:29
Walk Into The Sun 5:02
Releasing Hypnotical Gases 5:14
Audience Pleasers 3:36
Jiminez Criqueta 1:25
Prisoners Of War 4:34
The Rough Side Of Town 4:45
Organized Konfusion 4:45
P.S. 48 1:41
Roosevelt Franklin 3:57
Who Stole My Last Piece Of Chicken? (Remix) 3:29
Open Your Eyes 4:55
Intro 2:15
Who Stole My Last Piece Of Chicken? 4:06

Versions (13)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HB-61212-2 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(CD, Album) Hollywood BASIC HB-61212-2 US 1991 Sell This Version
HB 61212-4 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(Cass, Album) Hollywood BASIC HB 61212-4 US 1991 Sell This Version
PRCS-61212-4 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(Cass, Album, Promo) Hollywood BASIC PRCS-61212-4 US 1991 Sell This Version
HB-61212-1, 61212-1 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(LP, Album) Hollywood BASIC, Hollywood BASIC HB-61212-1, 61212-1 US 1991 Sell This Version
61212 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(LP, Album, TP) Hollywood BASIC 61212 US 1991 Sell This Version
ORG-1 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial) S.C.U.M. Records ORG-1 US 1997 Sell This Version
HB 61212-1 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Hollywood BASIC (2) HB 61212-1 US Unknown Sell This Version
none Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label (Organized Konfusion) none Unknown Sell This Version
OK-1 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label (Organized Konfusion) OK-1 US Unknown Sell This Version
61212-1 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Hollywood BASIC (2) 61212-1 US Unknown Sell This Version
ST-H61212-A Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Hollywood BASIC (2) ST-H61212-A US Unknown Sell This Version
OK-1 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label (Organized Konfusion) OK-1 UK Unknown Sell This Version
OK-1 Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion(LP, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Organized Konfusion) OK-1 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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kamal.alnadi

kamal.alnadi

April 5, 2017
referencing Organized Konfusion, CD, Album, HB-61212-2
Super dope release, waaaay ahead of its time in terms of lyrical density and conceptual lyricism(check "releasing hypnotical gasses"). I wasnt even born when this was released but I can recognize the genius because it truly is timeless.... like Jimi Hendrix timeless. If you had the Freestyle Fellowship representing top notch lyricism, intricate styling, and out-of-this-world thematics on the west coast, Organized Konfusion was surely doing the same on the east. Both groups released their debuts the same year and blew everyones wigs back on their respective coasts and then went on to become legends all over the world before the internet through the trading of their tapes. When you buy this album, be sure to cop Freestyle Fellowship's debut "To Whom It May Concern". These two albums go hand in hand like right-brain creativity and left-brain logic. They both epitomize the styles of their respective coasts at their "Threshold of enlightenment", as Mikah 9 would say.
djscaramanga

djscaramanga

September 8, 2015
referencing Organized Konfusion, LP, Album, RE, Unofficial, 61212-1

this version actually has a cover but no sleeve.
weight is about 140gr.
good sound quality tho.
not much bangers on here imo.
"releasing hyptnotical gases" and 3 other tracks were the reason i bought it.
2nd album is way much better
MimmwaRecords

MimmwaRecords

September 7, 2015
referencing Organized Konfusion, CD, Album, HB-61212-2
OK, my 2xLP also has cat number HB-61212-1. But the run out grooves are HB-61212-1 A, HB-61212-1 B, etc. I can't seen another like that here. Or have I missed it?
Hectic1

Hectic1

April 3, 2013
referencing Organized Konfusion, CD, Album, HB-61212-2

Does anyone know when this CD repress has been released (circa 2005 maybe)? thx
bmm4360

bmm4360

December 18, 2012
referencing Organized Konfusion, CD, Album, HB-61212-2
Got me? But I'm pretty sure mine's the OG cause I can compare the matrix code to the "Who stole my last piece of chicken" promo cd matrix and they are the same "style". Promo cd's don't get rereleased.
Hectic1

Hectic1

October 27, 2012
referencing Organized Konfusion, CD, Album, HB-61212-2

OK my HB-61212-2 release's matrix is:
206 161 2122R1 02!!
and label code is
IFPI 0388
It's obvious there are two different releases but I can't find anywhere the information when EDC pressed this reissue...Any help?
bmm4360

bmm4360

September 18, 2012
referencing Organized Konfusion, CD, Album, HB-61212-2
OG matrix code is

ARC 2 61212 -2 SRC-01 *M1 S2

bmm4360

bmm4360

September 18, 2012
referencing Organized Konfusion, CD, Album, HB-61212-2
Yeah, this has been rereleased. I have 2 different versions of it, and it's clear which one is newer than the other. I'll check tonight to see what the OG matrix code is.
Hectic1

Hectic1

June 26, 2012
referencing Organized Konfusion, CD, Album, HB-61212-2

I'm curious if this CD was ever repressed because on my copy it's written "MADE IN USA BY EDC" and there is an EDC trademark as well. According to the EDC website the company has been established in 2005, so how the CD could be pressed in 1991? Can someone please add some matrix information to this release? thx
P.S.My CD works fine in stereo.

http://www.discogs.com/label/EDC
maroko

maroko

September 7, 2009
referencing Organized Konfusion, CD, Album, HB-61212-2

Sure enough by 1991 there have been many great hip hop releases, and despite the fact that the genre's golden period was about to end, one of the all time classics somehow slipped under everybody's radar.
As much as wordmiths and witty lyricists like (above all) Rakim, Kool G Rap, Ice Cube, Kool Keith of the Ultramagnetic MCs, Big Daddy Kane, Chuck D or KRS-ONE all proved themselves to be top of the league, it was not until I heard Prince Poetry and Pharoahe Monch of Organized Konfusion that I really understood what lyrical density is.
Damn, these guys toke good rhymes constantly without a break to take in some air. If Kool G Rap is regarded as the father of multi syllabic lyricism, then this duo decided out of the blue to up their game two steps above anybody on the scene. Just check this word play on Releasing Hypnotical Gases, which has got to be the most complex hip hop track written by 1991:
"And so I play with rhythms, for something more than a mere game
enabling me to advance in wisdom
Words will exist like vampires
No need for sunlight, from concentrations camps I escape
with my sanity -- in 2010 every man will be
subject to global warming, formless oval
Millions of locusts swarming"
What more to say? This one has it all, from fast, funny, thought provoking lyrics to an entire plethora of sounds and samples applied, with neck snapping beats and an overall old school feel, while still pushing the envelope way into the future.
Along with Ras Kass' debut album "Soul on ice", this is easily the greatest achievement in lyrical territory I have heard to date as far as hip hop music goes.