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Rising Down - The Roots - Rising Down (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 comments on “ Rising Down - The Roots - Rising Down (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Nikoll
    Much like its predecessor Game Theory, Rising Down gives us a slightly darker sound than we were used to on earlier Roots albums. Stripped down sonically, with intelligent socio-conscious lyrics throughout – Rising Down is a great album and among the most under-appreciated within The Roots 76%(14).
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  2. Fenrigul
    Rising Down is defined by intense and political rhymes from Black Thought, Dice Raw and a whole slew of other MCs (Mos, Talib, Wale, Peedi; been a while since Roots had this many guests), but there's no denying the album's anchor is that ever-steady?uest percussion, the equally paranoia-inducing dirty drums most apparent on the bare bones "75 Bars" and skuzzy "Get Busy.".
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  3. Kazralmaran
    The Roots Rising Down On Double Vinyl LP. Rising Down marks the 10th album released by the legendary Roots crew. The darkly funky, politically charged release is the product of more than a year of recording and it includes a slew of complimentary guest appearances by Common, Chrisette Michele, Talib Kweli, Dice Raw, Peedi Peedi, Mos Def, Styles P and Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump.
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  4. Nikosho
    May 07,  · The Roots: Rising Down. May 7, (or perhaps safe from the Jersey Devil-esque creature that wreaks havoc on the LP’s cover). from which the album’s title is taken, “Rising Up.
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  5. Malajin
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rising Down on Discogs/5(11).
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  6. Met
    Sep 15,  · 15 videos Play all Rising Down The Roots Black Thought & 9th Wonder - Streams of Thought Vol.1 [Full Album] - Duration: The Elegance Underground 27, views.
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  7. Kagashura
    Rising Down does have many of the same qualities, but the songs and the production is not quite as dynamic as Game Theory. I mean there is not as much variety from song to song or within song as the Roots Crew has shown in the past/5(62).
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  8. Bramuro
    The Roots album "Rising Down" - guests on the album include Common, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Saigon, Dice Raw, Wale, Chrisette Michele and others.
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