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Intelligent Decline

by Gray Matters

From Thornburg to Weastwick, Northwest life music featuring production from superproducers Sapient & Simple, and appearances from Illmaculate, Mo-B & Goldini Bagwell of the Sandpeople-- all resulting in a high degree of gutterology.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Intro
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2. Bulker
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3. Still Breathin'
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4. C4 Popsicles (feat. Mo-B of Sandpeople)
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5. Intelligent Decline (feat. Sapient of Sandpeople)
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6. Go Green (Recycled Rhetoric)
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7. Last Call (feat. E. Major)
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8. Pardon Me (feat. Illmaculate of Sandpeople)
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9. Lost In a Sense (feat. Gold of Sandpeople)
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10. Goodbyes
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11. Another Vision
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12. Swagger on Overload (feat. Living Proof)
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13. Brakelights & Lunch Money
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14. Just No Use
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15. Fine Line
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Album Notes
From The Portland Mercury:

With the release of their debut LP, Intelligent Decline, Portland/Seattle emcee duo Gray Matters float creatively into waters that are familiar to fans of Northwest favorites Oldominion. Dour rhymes blend with a well-chosen landscape of beats to create an album that maybe should have dropped in mid-November, given its grizzled tone. The A-class production by Simple and Sapient (of Sandpeople fame) makes the album so strong at its core that if Vanilla Ice dropped a new disc with those guys supplying beats, he'd be up to his neck-tattoos in street cred. Altogether Intelligent Decline is a solid and complete—if not totally amazing—effort that shows the continued growth of the Northwest rap scene as a whole.
-Graham Barey

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Sarah

Intelligent - but I wouldn\'t turn it down
It\'s all good, and the bonus track is the best.
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Matthew Huddleston


Another solid album from the Northwest. Solid album with solid lyrics with the majority of the production from Sapient and Simple of Sandpeople (which is a plus).
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