Scotty Hard - The Return Of Kill Dog E album download
1 Modus Operandi:456 4:07 2 Pockets Fat 4:08 3 Who Said (What) ? 4:46 4 Lurking In The Shadows 3:18 5 Dark Blocks 4:08 6 Days And Nights Of Wine And Roses 3:55 7 Muchas Olas (No Me Jodas) 1:10 8 Raw Nerves 3:06 9 Bubble In The Haze 4:56 10 Spittin In The Eye Of The World 2:21 11 Epilogue 4:36. Producer – Scott Harding.
Scotty Hard was one of the things that helped make New Kingdom sound so completely different. He produced for them under the name Scott Harding. He has also put in work for a number of other artists, most notably Björk. The majority of his new album, The Return Of Kill Dog E, is just so hard-rockin' good. With the exception of the boring, Wu-inspired "Who Said (What)?" featuring King Cobra, Watah Mokk and Horus, the album is a creative journey in a lopsided trailer truck
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We could hear that with The Return of Kill Dog E, a record fully aligned with the shabby atmosphere of the underground rap scene of this time, but which also offered more. Even though this LP was built around a single concept, the story of Kill Dog E, a gangsta who turned into a serial killer, leaving only 3 dice and a Bic disposable razor on the scene of his murders, it was extremely diverse; disjointed, we could even say; uneven; patched together from bits and pieces, without any internal logic, as so many other. records released by the same label. But if the album, today, is still relevant, this is mostly due to one single reason, called Antipop Consortium. Two members of the group were present, out of three, and they contributed to the best two tracks. For this track only, Scotty Hard, Skiz Fernando and WordSound deserve our eternal gratitude.
His first album, Return of Kill Dog E, came out in 1999 and was released by WordSound Recordings, a label dedicated to the hip-hop underground. The album featured a unique, sludgy mix of bass, beats, and noise that recalled other white-boy metal rappers like Kid Rock. Hard was also featured on several WordSound compilations, including Crooklyn Dub, Vol. 2 and Subterranean Hitz. He also began working with jazz artists like Medeski, Martin & Wood and Sex Mob in the late '90s, contributing heavily to albums like Uninvisible, The Dropper, and Dime Grind Palace
Hard to Kill is the second studio album by American rapper Gucci Mane. It was released on October 24, 2006 via Big Cat Records and Tommy Boy Records. Production was mainly handled by Zaytoven, except four tracks were produced by Cyber Sapp, Nitti, Josh Butler, Chead George and Paul Roach. The album features guest appearances from Black Magic, Mac Bre-Z, Gangsta Boo, Jason Caesar, La Chat and Young Snead. The album was supported by the single "Freaky Gurl".
|3||Who Said (What)||4:46|
|4||Lurking In The Shadows||3:18|
|6||Days And Nights Of Wine And Roses||3:55|
|7||Muchas Olas (No Me Jodas)||1:10|
|9||Bubble In The Haze||4:56|
|10||Spittin' In The Eye Of The World||2:21|
|WSLP034||Scotty Hard||The Return Of Kill Dog E (LP)||WordSound||WSLP034||US||1999|
|WSCD034||Scotty Hard||The Return Of Kill Dog E (CD, Album)||WordSound||WSCD034||US||1999|