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KMDPeachfuzz B/W Gasface Refill

Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Conscious
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Tracklist

Peachfuzz (LP Version)4:00
Peachfuzz (Instrumental)4:00
Gasface Refill (LP Version)3:40
Gasface Refill (Instrumental)3:42

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The debut single from KMD.

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Cover of Peachfuzz B/W Gasface Refill, 1990, VinylPeachfuzz B/W Gasface Refill
12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Elektra – 0-66591US1990US1990
Cover of Peachfuzz / Gasface Refill, 1990, VinylPeachfuzz / Gasface Refill
12", Promo, Single
Elektra – ED 5500US1990US1990
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Cover of Peachfuzz, 1990, CDPeachfuzz
CD, Maxi-Single, Promo
Elektra – PRCD 8336-2US1990US1990
Cover of Peachfuzz / Gasface Refill, 1990, CassettePeachfuzz / Gasface Refill
Cassette, Maxi-Single
Elektra – 4-66591, Elektra – 9 4-66591US1990US1990
New Submission
Cover of Peachfuzz / Gasface Refill, 1990, VinylPeachfuzz / Gasface Refill
12", Promo, Single, 33 ⅓ RPM
White Center Labels
Elektra – ED 5500US1990US1990
New Submission
Peachfuzz b/w Gasface Refill
12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
Elektra – 0-66591US1990US1990
New Submission
Cover of Peachfuzz / Gasface Refill, , VinylPeachfuzz / Gasface Refill
12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Unofficial Release
Elektra (2) – 0-66591USUS
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dylaf
Edited one year ago
No doubt, 'Peachfuzz' is one of the best from KMD's 91' LP 'Mr. Hood'. An album laced with skits & tom- foolery, bags of personality, but with this standing out strong as a single track in its own right. Loads of mic time for Daniel Dumile on this one, whom we all now know (or don't know, such is the mysterious masked persona) as the geeks 'go- to' venomous villan, MF Doom.

Not sure who did what on the record production, but the sample choices (OC Smith's cover of 'On A Clear Day You Can See Forever' spliced with 'Sounds Of Goodbye', also by OC Smith) hold a similar sensibility to DD's later work on 'Operation Doomsday' etc, being emotive, obscure & clearly dug out out by finely tuned ears.

For more on the jazzy tip from KMD, check 94's 'lost' 'Bl_ck B_st_rds' LP. The record sadly didn't see the light of day at the time due to disputes with Electra, & was later issued via Sub-Verse/Metal Face. A stone cold classic...