Shadow Huntaz ‎– Corrupt Data

Skam ‎– SKALD012
CD, Album

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1 Cdc 4:50
2 Figure Of Speech 4:39
3 Power Divine 3:46
4 American Dreams
Featuring – K's Eyes
5 Nite 5:16
6 Medic 5:42
7 Fukwit 2 3:54
8 Roar 4:07
9 Sick Of This Shit 4:11
10 Trenches 4:15
11 That Aint Where Its @ 5:25
12 Shout 4:23
13 Sown Terror 5:23



Written by Shadow Huntaz and Funckarma '01-'03

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 666017 072524

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Skalp012 Shadow Huntaz Corrupt Data(2xLP, Album) Skam Skalp012 UK 2004 Sell This Version
SKALD012INS Shadow Huntaz Corrupt Data Instrumentals(CD) Skam SKALD012INS UK 2006 Sell This Version
SKALD012P Shadow Huntaz Corrupt Data(CDr, Album, Promo) Skam SKALD012P UK 2004 Sell This Version
SKALP012IN Shadow Huntaz Corrupt Data Instrumentals(2xLP) Skam SKALP012IN UK 2004 Sell This Version
SKALD012, SKALD012J Shadow Huntaz Corrupt Data(CD, Album) Skam, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited SKALD012, SKALD012J Japan 2004 Sell This Version


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February 26, 2014

The Shadow Huntaz debut, CORRUPT DATA, brings the hip-hop to IDM, merging sharp lyrics with Funckrama's glittering glitch. The voices at the start of "Figure of Speech" gets chopped and time-pitched, while a double bass controls the orchestral stabs of "Nite." "Medic" has hints of Middle Eastern instrumentation, while they play with pseudo-scientific language on "Roar," and, less appealingly, misogynistic language on "Sick of This Shit"... you don't say! Seriously, enough.. "Trenches" brings in some dreamier, though still thrumming, instrumentation, and "Sown Terror" takes out the album on a darker note. Not bad overall.


October 17, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
It took me a little while to get into this album, but I'm grooving on it.. Much more solid than the 7" 'That Ain't Where its @'. Enjoyable beats and some antipop style vocal delivery. word!


August 20, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

Wasn’t too impressed with SKAM’s introduction of Shadow Huntaz Corrupt Data. More deserving of a 2.5 but seeing that there’s no option for that I opted with a 3 even though the quality of this is below the label’s standards. Once again hype worked its unwanted magic and told everyone this was a masterpiece of the Hip-Hop genre, far from it. I will give it one thing though. The production is more than I expected. The lyrics aren’t half bad but are less memorable. I will have to disagree with kiteless’s comment though “SKAM's trademark glitches” are in full effect in this album. Gitches, tweaks and breaks show themselves frequently making the soon to be released Corrupt Data Instrumental album a must for SKAM followers.


March 13, 2004
edited over 5 years ago