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De La SoulAnd The Anonymous Nobody

Label:AOI Records – AOI001VL, AOI Records – AOI001VL2
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Clear Smokey
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Conscious

Tracklist

A1Genesis
BassClark Suttle
Composed By [Strings], Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings]Maurice 'Pirahnahead' Herd*
FeaturingJill Scott
Mixed ByBob Power
Recorded By [Jill Scott]David Leonard
Recorded By [Strings]Eric Morgeson, Jezreel Santos
1:40
A2Royalty Capes
Arranged By [Horns]Matt DeMerritt
CelloOkorie Johnson
ChorusGina Loring
DrumsSupa Dave West
KeyboardsDave Palmer
Mixed ByBob Powers*
PercussionDavey Chegwidden
ProducerDave/Plug Too*
SaxophoneMatt DeMerritt
TromboneElizabeth Lea
TrumpetJordan Katz
3:47
A3Pain
ChorusLola Troy
Co-producerDe La Soul
Composed By [Strings], Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings], Recorded By [Strings]Maurice 'Pirahnahead' Herd*
Engineer, Mixed ByMorgan Garcia
FeaturingSnoop Dogg
KeyboardsDejuan "DC" McCrimmon
Producer, ChorusSupa Dave West
Recorded By [Strings]Stevie Ivanyi*
4:40
A4Property Of Spitkicker.com5:32
B1Memory Of...(Us)
Co-producerDe La Soul, Supa Dave West
Composed By [Strings], Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings]Maurice 'Pirahnahead' Herd*
Engineer, Mixed ByMorgan Garcia
FeaturingEstelle
Featuring, ProducerPete Rock
KeyboardsDejuan "DC" McCrimmon
Recorded By [Estelle]Drew Arndt
Recorded By [Strings]Eric Morgeson, Jezreel Santos
TrumpetJordan Katz
Written-By [Diana]Jae Mason
4:57
B2CBGB's
Co-producer, Engineer, BassEthan Phillips
DrumsSupa Dave West
KeyboardsDavid Palmer*
Mixed ByMorgan Garcia
ProducerDave/Plug Too*
1:21
B3Lord Intended
BassDave Wilder
Co-producer, GuitarJoshua Matthew Lopez*
DrumsSupa Dave West
Engineer, Mixed ByMorgan Garcia
GuitarPat Bailey*
KeyboardsDan Hastie
7:16
B4Snoopies
Co-producerMoney Mark, Supa David West*
Co-producer, Drum Programming, Keyboards [Programming], GuitarJoshua Matthew Lopez*
Co-producer, PercussionDavey Chegwidden
DrumsSupa Dave West
Engineer, BassEthan Phillips
FeaturingDavid Byrne
KeyboardsDave Palmer, Money Mark
Mixed ByBob Power
PerformerDavid Byrne, De La Soul
ProducerPos Plug Won*
SaxophoneMatt DeMerritt
StringsGabe Noel
TrumpetJordan Katz
Written-By [Aap Ki Nazron Ne Samjha]Mohan Madan*, Raja Mehdi Ali Khan
4:15
C1Greyhounds
Arranged By [Strings]Dave*, Pos*, Supa Dave West
Backing VocalsJacob Luttrell
Co-producerThe Anonymous Nobodies
Co-producer, Percussion, Arranged By [Strings]Davey Chegwidden
Drum ProgrammingDe La Soul, Supa Dave West
Engineer, Arranged By [Strings], GuitarJoshua Matthew Lopez*
FeaturingUsher
KeyboardsDave Palmer
Mixed ByBob Power
PianoMatt DeMerritt
Producer, Drum Programming, BassEthan Phillips
Recorded By [Usher]Mark "Exit" Goodchild
Violin, ViolaTom Lea
5:17
C2Sexy Bitch1:41
C3Trainwreck
Co-producerThe Anonymous Nobodies
EngineerMasahiro Tsuzuki
KeyboardsDave Palmer
Mixed ByBob Power
PercussionDavey Chegwidden
Producer, DrumsSupa Dave West
Saxophone, FluteMatt DeMerritt
Trumpet, TromboneJordan Katz
Written-By [Sex Machine]Bobby Byrd, James Brown, Ronald Lenhoff*
3:17
C4Drawn
Backing Vocals, DrumsSupa Dave West
Co-producer, BassKaveh Rastegar
Co-producer, KeyboardsDave Palmer
Co-producer, PercussionDavey Chegwidden
FeaturingLittle Dragon
GuitarTim Young*
KeyboardsHåkan Wirenstrand
Mixed ByMorgan Garcia
5:35
C5Whoodeeni
Backing VocalsYummy Bingham*, Mikala Leaf Mclean
DrumsSupa Dave West
Featuring2 Chainz
KeyboardsDave Palmer, Money Mark
Mixed ByMorgan Garcia
ProducerDave Jolicoeur
Written-By [Freaks Come Out At Night]Jalil Hutchins, Lawrence Smith*
4:29
D1Nosed Up
Arranged By [Horns]Dave/Plug Too*
Baritone SaxophoneJames King
EngineerMasahiro Tsuzuki
Engineer, SaxophoneMatt DeMerritt
Mixed ByBob Power
PercussionDavey Chegwidden
Producer, Backing VocalsSupa Dave West
Trumpet, TromboneJordan Katz
3:58
D2You Go Dave (A Goldblatt Presentation)
Co-producerThe Anonymous Nobodies
Engineer, Mixed ByMorgan Garcia
FeaturingDavid Goldblatt (5)
KeyboardsDave Palmer
Producer, Engineer, BassEthan Phillips
Producer, Vocals [Skit], Acoustic Guitar, PercussionDavey Chegwidden
1:20
D3Here In After
Co-producer, BassKaveh Rastegar
Co-producer, Engineer, GuitarJoshua Matthew Lopez*
Co-producer, PercussionDavey Chegwidden
Engineer, FluteMatt DeMerritt
Featuring, KeyboardsDamon Albarn
KeyboardsDave Palmer
Mixed ByMorgan Garcia
PercussionAlan Lightner
TrumpetJordan Katz
5:35
D4Exodus3:15
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1000 copies. Gatefold cover, includes an insert and mp3 download code.

Made in the USA

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned (Stickered)): 5060454942474>
  • Barcode (Printed (Stickered)): 5 060454 942474 >
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamp etching): 144912E1/C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamp etching): 144912E2/D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout stamp etching): 144912E3/C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout stamp etching): 144912E4/A
  • Label Code: LC-30596
  • Barcode (Printed On Barcode Sticker): 5 060454 942474 > AOI001VL2

Other Versions (5 of 17)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
And The Anonymous Nobody (CD, Album)AOI RecordsAOI001CDUS2016
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And The Anonymous Nobody (2×LP, Album, 180 Gram)AOI RecordsAOI001VLUSA & Europe2016
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And The Anonymous Nobody (CD, Album)AOI RecordsAOI001CDKUS2016
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And The Anonymous Nobody (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Yellow Opaque)AOI RecordsAOI001VLUS2016
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And The Anonymous Nobody (17×File, AAC, Album, 256 kbps, iTunes)AOI RecordsnoneUS2016

Reviews

rchecka's avatar
rchecka
Edited 4 years ago
Huge De La fan here. Bought every album on vinyl and CD so when I heard this was coming out I was pumped. Then to listen to this it's like watching your favorite rap crew grow old and corny in front of your very eyes. Everything they did before this was real and good, this is a hail-mary pass experiment that has strayed so far from rap that it's not even Hip Hop any more. It's more like a shitty Gorrillaz album, hybridized, commercialized, pasteurized, and on top of everything it's crowd funded so it's compromised, Please don't go out on the bottom De La, I'll forgive you for this one piece of crap if you come back and do a real Hip Hop album.
loikwax's avatar
loikwax
Side A & B = Godly, Side C & D = Really bad :/
This album was off to an amazing start but side c & d sounds really pop and overall bad (not every track on those sides are trash but most of them especially compared to side A/B.
samsevan's avatar
samsevan
I LIKE IT... PRETTY COOL SO FAR SO GOOD .
dtwood's avatar
dtwood
This album is a great assemblage of all the things that make De La unique: 1) 'nobody' concept and fan funded, 2) sampling themselves... they've been breaking ground on sampling since '3 Feet High..,' 3) collaborations with rock and alternative artists... builds off of Gorillaz work and others, 4) and not to mention personal, revealing and dope lyrics. De La has been a crossover hit–with hip-hop head cred–since the beginning, they've been headlining on the festival circuit for the past 20 years, they have mass appeal and are not going for chart toppers or radio play in any traditional sense. This album should not be a surprise to those paying attention.
dig-deep-records's avatar
It’s not often we get decent long players these days. The new LP from De La Soul may not be chock-full of bangers that you’re going to play out as a DJ, but it certainly has it’s highlights, and it plays through as a great album should do. The hip hop super-trio have always had a knack of delivering the goods when the time is right and lyrically this is on point throughout. A sure fire grower that will no doubt become a classic in years to come. De La Soul are back… www.digdeeprecords.co.uk
humanagainchris's avatar
Edited one year ago
I really like about half of it and the more i listen the more i like it. A few of the guests just dont work. The only thing that bothers me is that i was one of the backers and put quite a bit of dough into it and still haven't recieved anything yet. I think we should have got the album before it was in store as we were the ones who made it happen.
Edit - 4 Years later and I don't think most of it had much replay value. The most least played from my favourite group of all time.
SpareGrooves's avatar
SpareGrooves
'Trainwreck' top track on this LP... but a real hiphop LP ? more of an experimental rap project!
Dead_Canary_Records's avatar
This record is deeply disappointing. To go from the Grind Date to this... Bummed out.