Awol One & Factor (2) ‎– The Landmark

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Coming To Town
Perfect Opposites
Never Gonna Take Us Out
Recognize Your Frienemies
The Wasp
Don't Be Afraid
People On Drugs
Daze Go Bye
Rewind Yourself
One Live Tape
Real Late
Lonely Again
Mr. Saturday Night

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FFINC023-LP Awol One & Factor (2) Awol One & Factor (2) - The Landmark(LP, Album, Ltd, Yel) Fake Four Inc. FFINC023-LP US 2011 Sell This Version
FFINC023 Awol One & Factor (2) Awol One & Factor (2) - The Landmark(CD, Album, Dig) Fake Four Inc. FFINC023 US 2011 Sell This Version
FFINC023 Awol One & Factor (2) Awol One & Factor (2) - The Landmark(CD, Album, Promo) Fake Four Inc. FFINC023 US 2011 Sell This Version

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Manglerdome

Manglerdome

February 14, 2018
referencing The Landmark, LP, Album, Ltd, Yel, FFINC023-LP
I just got my copy of this record (unopened), I opened it to have a look at it. It is not yellow, more like creme white. Does anyone know if there was more versions of this record released?
fuessgaenger9

fuessgaenger9

June 14, 2011
referencing The Landmark, LP, Album, Ltd, Yel, FFINC023-LP
Fake Four Inc. :
Since 2006 Awol has been making records with Canadian prairie producer Factor who is known for his melodic psychedelic and folk influenced hip hop beats. Over the years this duo has released "Only Death Can Kill You" and "Owl Hours" - two very different types of albums from the same team. If 2007's "Only Death" was their birth and 2009's "Owl Hours" was their celebration of life, then 2011's "The Landmark" is their return back to harsh reality. On "The Landmark" Awol's words embody the drunken grittiness of life as a touring musician. Between mellow but catchy choruses and raw beautiful beats lie images of the bright highs and deep lows of a musician's manic depression. On the song "The Wasp" Awol sums it up perfectly when chanting "I lost my self esteem such a very long time ago, but I got back my self esteem just one rhyme ago." Over a thousand years later Awol One still manages to splatter himself all over these Factor canvases with a level of realism that very few other rappers have been able to capture on record.