Cat No: BDCD240

“Run the Jewels – Hip-hop’s preeminent collaboration between veteran rhyme-slayers El-P and  Killer Mike —have gone from a whim-driven underground rap project to a worldwide sensation since the release of their 2013 debut Run The Jewels. Mixing the industrial grime of New York City with the vibrant bounce of the dirty South, they forge hip-hop’s future while adhering to the core tenets of its bedrock: gymnastic displays of skills, incendiary political rhetoric, merciless braggadocio, battle-honed assholery, R-rated punchlines and a back-and-forth that brings the interplay of the shell-toe Adidas era screaming into our contemporary nightmare.

Tearing up the music industry rulebook, their self-titled 2013 debut was originally released through a series of website-crashing free album downloads. Featuring Outkast’s Big Boi on Banana Clipper and Prince Paul on Twin Hype Back, it’s a “rough and rabid ride”; a “swaggering victory lap for two artists at the peak of their creativity”; and been dubbed “one of the best hip-hop records of 2013″.”

Tracks:

  1. Run The Jewels
  2. Banana Clipper (ft. Big Boi)
  3. 36″ Chain
  4. DDFH
  5. Sea Legs
  6. Job Well Done (ft. Until The Ribbon Breaks)
  7. No Come Down
  8. Get It
  9. Twin Hype Pack (ft. Prince Paul as Chest Rockwell)
  10. A Christmas Fucking Miracle

Run The Jewels

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Cat No: SEEKR001

"Run the Jewels - Hip-hop's preeminent collaboration between veteran rhyme-slayers El-P and  Killer Mike —have gone from a whim-driven underground rap project to a worldwide sensation since the release of their 2013 debut Run The Jewels. Mixing the industrial grime of New York City with the vibrant bounce of the dirty South, they forge hip-hop's future while adhering to the core tenets of its bedrock: gymnastic displays of skills, incendiary political rhetoric, merciless braggadocio, battle-honed assholery, R-rated punchlines and a back-and-forth that brings the interplay of the shell-toe Adidas era screaming into our contemporary nightmare.

Tearing up the music industry rulebook, their self-titled 2013 debut was originally released through a series of website-crashing free album downloads. Featuring Outkast's Big Boi on Banana Clipper and Prince Paul on Twin Hype Back, it's a "rough and rabid ride"; a "swaggering victory lap for two artists at the peak of their creativity"; and been dubbed "one of the best hip-hop records of 2013"."

Tracks:

Run The Jewels
Banana Clipper (ft. Big Boi)
36" Chain
DDFH
Sea Legs
Job Well Done (ft. Until The Ribbon Breaks)
No Come Down
Get It
Twin Hype Pack (ft. Prince Paul as Chest Rockwell)
A Christmas Fucking Miracle

Cat No: BDCD240

1 - Run The Jewels - 3:30
2 - Banana Clipper - 2:51
3 - 36' Chain - 2:52
4 - DDFH - 3:05
5 - Sea Legs - 3:40
6 - Job Well Done - 2:59
7 - No Come Down - 3:28
8 - Get It - 3:00
9 - Twin Hype Back - 3:12
10 - A Christmas Fucking Miracle - 4:21
11 - Pew Pew Pew - 3:08
12 - Sea Legs (Dave Sitek Remix) - 4:00
13 - 36' Chain (BSBD Remix) - 3:54

Cat No: BD240

A1 - Run The Jewels -
A2 - Banana Clipper -
A3 - 36' Chain -
A4 - DDFH -
A5 - Sea Legs -
B1 - Job Well Done -
B2 - No Come Down -
B3 - Get It -
B4 - Twin Hype Back -
B5 - A Christmas Fucking Miracle -
- Bonus 12'' -
C1 - Pew Pew Pew -
C2 - Sea Legs (Dave Sitek Remix) -
C3 - 36' Chain (BSBD Remix) -
D1 - Pew Pew Pew (Instrumental) -
D2 - Sea Legs (Dave Sitek Remix) (Instrumental) -
D3 - 36' Chain (BSBD Remix) (Instrumental) -

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Genre:Hip Hop Record Label:Big Dada Recordings Release Date:13/01/2014
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