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01 02 :08
02
Various Artists Soulhack
04 :34
03
The Tape Vs. Infinite Livez The Return Of The Menstruating Man
03 :42
04 05 :23
05
Various Artists Disthant
05 :05
06
Various Artists Come On Feet
03 :36
07
Various Artists Hold Dat (Club Mix)
03 :14
08
Various Artists Set It
02 :49
09
Various Artists Common Like Baseball Cards
01 :58
10
Various Artists I-Deez
03 :06
11
Various Artists Missing
02 :55
12
Jackson & His Computer Band Rock On
04 :00
13
Various Artists Tivoli
04 :15
15 03 :55
16
Various Artists O Silent Bed
02 :57
17
Various Artists Central Park
02 :46
ARTIST
TITLE
Futurism Ain't Shit To Me 2
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
KYO 006CD KYO 006CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
2/21/2006

[deleted] The second Futurism compilation from Kitty-Yo's sublabel KYO. At one and-a-half years old and with releases like White Hole's Pink Album and Autoreverse from The Tape vs. RQM, KYO is set to conquer the world. The advancement of KYO ushered in a whole biotope of alternative-abstract-electronica/advanced hip-hop which has flourished gleefully in all directions. Futurism Ain't Shit To Me 2 promises more extraordinary and convincing tracks from well known artists such as Slum Village, Prince Po, Sole and Quasimoto who are brought together with highly notable newcomers like Stacs Of Stamina and 8-Bit. Heroes and outriders meet subsequent generations, which kick hip-hop further. Previously released tracks meet previously unreleased tracks. U.S. hip-hop classics clash with the crème de la crème of Europe's underground. This compilation is kicking, rough and without blinders, but still holds plenty of flow.