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Atmosphere (2)God Loves Ugly

Label:Rhymesayers Entertainment – RSE0031-1
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Country:US
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Genre:Hip Hop
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Tracklist

A1Onemosphere
A2The Bass And The Movement
A3Give Me
HarmonicaGeorge Faber
A4F*@k You Lucy
Vocals [Accompaniment]Sara Lindsay, Sara Schrantz
B1Hair
B2Godlovesugly
Vocals [Accompaniment]Mankwe Ndosi
B3A Song About A Friend
B4Flesh
C1Saves The Day
C2Lovelife
C3Breathing
C4Vampires
C5A Girl Named Hope
D1Godlovesugly Reprise
D2Modern Man's Hustle
D3One Of A Kind
D4Blamegame
D5Shrapnel
Vocals [Accompaniment]Mankwe Ndosi
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 826257003119
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): RSE 0031 A S-67866
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): RSE 0031 B S-67867
  • Matrix / Runout (C-Side): RSE 0031 C S-67868
  • Matrix / Runout (D-Side): RSE 0031 D S-67869

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
God Loves Ugly (CD, Album)Fat Beats, Rhymesayers Entertainment6591235001-2US2002
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God Loves Ugly (3×LP, Album)Fat Beats, Rhymesayers EntertainmentFBR5001-1US2002
God Loves Ugly (Instrumentals) (2×LP)Fat BeatsFB 5001 InsUS2002
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God Loves Ugly (Instrumentals) (2×LP, Test Pressing)Fat BeatsFB 5001 InsUS2002
New Submission
God Loves Ugly (CD, Album)Fat Beats6591235001-2US2002

Reviews

  • dugbrandon's avatar
    dugbrandon
    This pressing is bad, bad, bad. Horrible sibilance throughout the whole album. One of the worst records I own.
    • kirkwalton's avatar
      kirkwalton
      This pressing is not great at all. Lots of sibilance as others have mentioned. Seems way too high in the treble. Really just not that pleasant to listen to.

      Setup:
      Pro-Ject Carbon w Sumiko Pearl
      Musical Fidelity V90-LPS Preamp
      Musical Fidelity V90-HPA Headphone Amp
      • MrJR0986's avatar
        MrJR0986
        My pressing has sibilance issues. There's terrible distortion with words that have 's' in them.
        • IH4N's avatar
          IH4N
          This pressing wasn't as bad as I'd been led to believe. Certainly not amazing and whisper, but no real issues that took away from my enjoyment (apart from the crappy bare-bones packaging)
          • leonthepro's avatar
            leonthepro
            Edited 4 years ago
            Great balancing of light and heavy tones. All can be heard clearly and nothing is muddled. As some state, there is a little bit of surface noise however. Although for my ears its not so bad on most songs. Some are worse and some are better, but in general the music overpowers it with how loud its mastered. What bothers me most is how the records visually look dirty even when brand new. I can see which tracks are going to play worse. I rarely recommend cleaning but in this case it might be good.
            Its too bad there is no lyrics sheet, its understandable, but ever since Aesop rock included one in one of his albums its been evident that its possible.
            Yet another normal sleeve design holding 2 records. Luckely mine is free from ring tear so far.
            But in general a fantastic album! Mastering wise alone its a 5/5 but with its few shortcomings like lackluster design and pressing the package could be better.

            Equipment used:
            Rega RP1 with Rega Carbon cartridge
            Cyrus 2 Amplifier
            System Fidelity SF-3050 tower speakers
            Custom made HQ speaker cables
            • lordvince's avatar
              lordvince
              very bad pressing my lp have a terrible high frequency noisy sound why this album is so good !

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