Death Grips ‎– The Powers That B

Etichetta:
Harvest ‎– 2547120083, Third Worlds ‎– 2547120083
Formato:
2 × CD, Album
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Niggas On The Moon
1-1 Up My Sleeves 5:17
1-2 Billy Not Really 3:49
1-3 Black Quarterback 2:59
1-4 Say Hey Kid 3:27
1-5 Have A Sad Cum 3:40
1-6 Fuck Me Out 3:20
1-7 Voila 3:29
1-8 Big Dipper 5:28
Jenny Death
2-1 I Break Mirrors With My Face In The United States 2:41
2-2 Inanimate Sensation 6:04
2-3 Turned Off 4:37
2-4 Why A Bitch Gotta Lie 4:40
2-5 Pss Pss 4:33
2-6 The Powers That B 5:32
2-7 Beyond Alive 6:07
2-8 Centuries Of Damn 5:32
2-9 On GP 6:07
2-10 Death Grips 2.0 3:20

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Double album in eight-panel digipak with plastic trays. Includes a booklet for each disc with artwork and lyrics.
Tracklist taken from the digipak. Track 1-5 is also listed as "Have A Sad Cum BB" on the first booklet.

Published by E.T.O.T Publishing (BMI) / a2b2 Publishing (BMI) / then this that Publishing (BMI)

Niggas On The Moon:
Björk Guðmundsdóttir appears on tracks [1-1 to 1-8] as found object
All instrumentation, including Björk's vocals (as found object) performed entirely on V-drums by Zach Hill

Jenny Death:
Recorded at Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angeles, California

℗© 2015 Third Worlds, LLC
Printed in U.S.A.

Inanimate Sensation is mistakenly listed as "Inanimate Sesnation"

Codice a barre e altri identificatori

  • Barcode: 6 02547 12008 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): A01 IFPI L327 DIDX-1071366 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): IFPI L329 DIDX-1071356 1 B01
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L327
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L329
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 5079
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 5080
  • ASIN: B00RDT5NJO
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Other (Catalog Number On Disc 1): 2547120083CD01
  • Other (Catalog Number On Disc 2): 2547120083CD02
  • Other (Catalog Number On Booklet 1): 2547120083BK01
  • Other (Catalog Number On Booklet 2): 2547120083BK02

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donotseemecricket

donotseemecricket

31 gennaio 2018
modificato about 1 year ago

This is probably my least favourite Death Grips album. Though Niggas on the Moon by itself is quite strong, the second half Jenny Death, is in my opinion their least interesting stuff. It does have two standout tracks: 'Centuries of Damn' and 'On GP', but other than those I find myself revisiting part two the least.
Part one on the other hand is some of their most uniquely experimental stuff. I love the use of Björk's vocals as a 'found sound' and Ride's lyrics on these tracks are some of my favourites. Particularly 'Black Quarterback' is a phenominal moment in lyricism.
So while as a whole this album doesn't rank as high as their others, Niggas on the Moon alone is one of my favouite things they've done.
lawrencestevens2001

lawrencestevens2001

9 gennaio 2016
(Quick Review #18)
Listen: #1

I enjoy Death Grips, and I enjoyed this double album. It's some fun ass experimental noisehop. While most people prefer Jenny Death, I actually found myself liking Niggas on The Moon a lot more. Both sides are good however. I can't really say too much about this album honestly, I enjoy Death Grips and this is a good Death Grips album. If you've heard anything by these guys you already know if you'll like it or not.

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reyesb76

reyesb76

28 luglio 2015

masterpiece. even better than The Money Store.
jcmuellr

jcmuellr

11 aprile 2015

I wonder why they decided to use a plain white cover instead of the Marilyn Jenny death cover
kamikaze_deadboy

kamikaze_deadboy

10 aprile 2015
a proper call back to arms by the 'grips is this.
as with every album been different (exmilitary- sample laden, TMS- electronic, Govt plates- quite psychadelic) Niggas on the moon is a manic kaleidoscope of Bjork samples backed by Ride's use of cryptic wordplay and imagery, a bit of middle of the road of album but still very nice. the powers that B is wonderful and shows a strong progression since niggas was released, since it has a addition of sludgy live guitar sound, which beefed out their sound by miles. i'm glad this was worth the wait, as i losing interest since i first heard "intimate sensation" (by the far the weakest track on either disc). salute grips, i hope there's a new release in the future