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Reflections, Vol. I

by Atom tha Immortal

Gospel-minded intellectual hip-hop combining elements of classical music, ancient European thought, Latin American roots and anti-imperialist rhymes.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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1. A.I.
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2. Rhyme
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3. Nietzsche's Dead (Excerpt)
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4. Machines of G-d (Feat. Lord Metatron)
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5. Sleeperz
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6. Palenque (Feat. Righteouz Knight)
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7. Endor
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8. Legacy
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9. Empire (Feat. T'sai)
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10. Takeover
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11. Organizate (La Lucha Sigue) (Feat. Redención)
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12. The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire
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13. Q'enqo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Reflections: Volume I is a collection of tracks from Atom tha Immortal's three album releases, Sword of 77 Faces (2003), The Day the World Changed (2005) and Son of Slaves and Lords (2008). In a review of Atom's music, Inland Empire Weekly commented that "Atom is a hip-hop intellectual, you could say, but not so much that you need a dictionary to comprehend his rhymes—he’s one of the rare lyricists who give line-by-line interpretations, so you’ll know exactly where he’s coming from. Atom also drops so many historical references—with sources—...that you feel like you’ve been given an intensive history lesson, even if a lot of what he touches on rings familiar...Overall, Atom’s rhyming skills are top-notch, his flow is fiery and passionate, and he’s taken Bob Marley’s call to emancipate one’s self from mental slavery to heart."

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