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Soul Position - Things Go Better With RJ And Al

Soul Position Things Go Better With RJ And Al
best of 2006Soul Position - Things Go Better With RJ And Al
(CD/2xLP) Rhyme Sayers RS0072, 2006-04-04

Tracklisting :
01. The Beginning
02. No Gimmicks
03. Hand-Me-Downs
04. The Extra Mile
05. Blame It On The Jager
06. I Need My Minutes
07. Keep It Hot For Daddy
08. I'm Free
09. Keys
10. The Cool Thing To Do
11. Priceless
12. Drugs, Sex, Alcohal, Rock-n-Roll
13. Things Go Better

Links : (Download MP3s: 'Hands Me Downs', 'Share This', 'Mic Control') (Blueprint official site)

Press Release :
Rjd2 and Blueprint return with the sophomore follow up to 2003's poignant 8 Million Stories. Both accomplished solo artists, you may know RJ from his two critically accliamed albums Deadringer & Since We Last Spoke or his numerous production credits for artists like Aesop Rock, Cannibal Ox, Massive Attack or Unkle. You may know Blueprint for his solo debut 1988 or work with his group Greenhouse Effect, but when these two join forces they form one of the most cohesive one mc/one producer duos in Hip Hop. Blending the light hearted fun of the Unlimited EP with the emotionally charged storytelling of 8 Million Stories ultimately proves that Things Go Better With RJ And Al.


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