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Low End Theory

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It states HIP 117, but the single record is marbled orange, has plain white inner sleeve (not the picture sleeve) and has a poster included.

Upon its release, the album's commercial potential was doubted by music critics and Jive record executives. From 2016 to 2018, he worked as a senior editor at Bandcamp Daily, where he gave an editorial voice to rising indie musicians. Luottoesimerkki: 1 300 € luottorajalla ja 12 kk:n takaisinmaksuajalla kk-erä on 124,06 € ja kuluttajasuojalain mukainen todellinen vuosikorko 29,08 %. In 2020, it was ranked at number 43 on Rolling Stone 's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

Second studio album from the trio of Q-Tip, Phife Dawg, and Ali Shaheed Muhammad originally released in 1991 is considered one of the best hip-hop albums of all time. They beat kanye, common, etc to the punch sampling that great break from Joe Farrell's Upon this Rock more than 15 years prior! John Bush of AllMusic said the pair's rapping "could be the smoothest of any rap record ever heard", adding that they "are so in tune with each other, they sound like flip sides of the same personality, fluidly trading off on rhymes, with the former earning his nickname (the Abstract) and Phife concerning himself with the more concrete issues of being young, gifted, and black. Upon its release, the album's commercial potential was doubted by music critics and Jive record executives, including label CEO Barry Weiss. The album was primarily produced by group member Q-Tip, with a minimalist sound that combines bass, drum breaks, and jazz samples, in a departure from the group's debut album, People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm (1990).

Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed were at the leading edge of a new wave where people started making elaborate musical constructions out of samples from different places that would not, and in many ways, could not, have been played by regular players.Producer Pete Rock created the original beat for the second single, "Jazz (We've Got)", before it was recreated by Q-Tip, who credited Rock in the outro of the song. The Low End Theory is ATCQ's jazzy sophomore album, and the VMP Essentials Record of the Month for May 2022.

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