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    DJ ShadowOur Pathetic Age

    Label:Mass Appeal – MSAP0088, Liquid Amber – MSAP0088
    Format:
    2 x CD, Album
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop
    Style:Bass Music, Hip Hop, Instrumental

    Tracklist

    Instrumental Suite
    1-1Nature Always Wins1:20
    1-2Slingblade3:58
    1-3Intersectionality4:08
    1-4Beauty, Power, Motion, Life, Work, Chaos, Law2:06
    1-5Juggernaut5:31
    1-6Firestorm3:59
    1-7Weightless2:55
    1-8Rosie4:15
    1-9If I Died Today2:24
    1-10My Lonely Room5:37
    1-11We Are Always Alone3:47
    Vocal Suite
    2-1Drone Warfare
    FeaturingNas, Pharoahe Monch
    Recorded ByParks (8)
    3:42
    2-2Rain On Snow3:39
    2-3Rocket Fuel
    FeaturingDe La Soul
    3:15
    2-4C.O.N.F.O.R.M.2:51
    2-5Small Colleges (Stay With Me)
    FeaturingPaul Banks (2), Wiki (3)
    3:01
    2-6Jojo's Words
    FeaturingStro*
    4:04
    2-7Kings & Queens
    FeaturingRun The Jewels
    3:53
    2-8Taxin'
    FeaturingDave East
    1:51
    2-9Dark Side Of The Heart3:49
    2-10I Am Not A Robot (Interlude)1:21
    2-11Urgent. Important. Please Read5:34
    2-12Our Pathetic Age
    FeaturingSam Herring*
    4:38
    2-13Systematic
    FeaturingNas
    3:24
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    Notes

    Track 2-13 listed as a bonus track.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Printed): 8 12814 02388 1
    • Barcode (Scanned): 812814023881
    • Rights Society: ASCAP
    • Matrix / Runout (CD1): SOUND PERFORMANCE 15133-CD-0456 19-269-05-2
    • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LY89
    • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI L821
    • Matrix / Runout (CD2): SOUND PERFORMANCE 15133-CD-0457 19-269-07-2
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY89

    Other Versions (5 of 11)

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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Our Pathetic Age (2×LP, Album, Red Sleeve)Mass Appeal, Liquid AmberMSAP0088LPUS2019
    New Submission
    Our Pathetic Age (2×LP, Album, Blue Sleeve)Mass Appeal, Liquid AmberMSAP0088LPUK, Europe & US2019
    New Submission
    Our Pathetic Age (2×LP, Album, Yellow Sleeve)Mass Appeal, Liquid AmberMSAP0088LPUS2019
    New Submission
    Our Pathetic Age (2×LP, Album, Yellow Sleeve, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition)Mass Appeal, Liquid Amber, Mass Appeal, Liquid AmberMSAP0088LP, MSAP0089LPUK, Europe & US2019
    Our Pathetic Age (26×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Mass Appeal, Liquid Ambernone2019

    Reviews

    • Cardiff_Giant's avatar
      Cardiff_Giant
      Shadow should have combined CD2 (Vocal Suite) with some of the better tracks on CD1 such as "Slingblade" and "Firestorm" as one album. The Instrumentals disc, besides a handful of tracks, is kind of a chore to get through. What a shame that any DJ Shadow disc has so much filler garbage on it. The Vocal disc is excellent though. It's strange that "Systematic (feat. Nas)" was re-released as a bonus track here, when it was part of the Mountain Will Fall sessions and previously released on the Mountain Has Fallen EP, and then the digital bonus tracks (including, "Been Use Ta [feat. Pusha T]" as someone else noted), are not included on the CD. Who knows what these guys are thinking when they put these thing together.
      • November9th's avatar
        November9th
        Where is the Pusha T track? I haven’t heard or seen it on any of the releases so far..
        • Candy_Guru's avatar
          Candy_Guru
          Well, in terms of style, it's all over the place. The first and second volume of the album are quite different.
          The first one is slightly darker, more electro-driven, has some similarities with El-P's work (although, have to say, El Producto does those sci-fi beats better). Hell, it even has its breakcore moments ("Juggernaut")!
          The second disc sports that old school hip hop vibe that seems neglected a bit nowdays. The track with De La Soul, although I consider it as one of the highlights, sounds so very 90's.
          Not sure which disc better, cause they both have their hits and misses.