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Thought You Two Were Dead

by Filthography

After 10 Years of Silence They Returned From Their Slumber and are Far From DEAD.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hardcore Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Unsilenced (Intro)
1:30 $0.99
2. You Tell Me What Happened
3:13 $0.99
3. Cloned Identity
3:52 $0.99
4. Upside Down Smile
5:04 $0.99
5. Atty Patty (Live Skit)
0:56 $0.99
6. Mute - Tation
3:15 $0.99
7. Walking Disturbance
3:03 $0.99
8. Missing Since 2003
4:02 $0.99
9. Good Riddance (Verse Outro)
3:17 $0.99
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Album Notes
Filthography, otherwise known as Kardiac & E.coli, have been in the rap game for well over a decade. They both have released many solo projects in the past, as well as featured on each other's albums throughout the years. Back in 2003, they released their first group project album as Filthography entitled, "The Passion of The Filth." "The Passion of The Filth" took on a more of a pornographic edge of rap, exploiting the pure essence of filth all over the United States and overseas. Those were different times back in 2003, it was an era of carelessness which resulted in a non-stop battle with inner demons for the both of them. Now, fast forward 10 years, and a lot has changed since then. It's been a decade since the two have worked on a group project together, let alone do any kind of music with each other at all.

Dedication was the main source behind this project. More determined than ever before, the plans were set by the end of 2011 that there will be another Filthography album coming. There was only one problem, Kardiac had moved out of New York State to Texas, and E.coli was in New York. Early 2012, an opportunity had came about. Kardiac was booked for a couple of shows in April of 2012, and he was in need for a hype man. Kardiac has always considered E.coli as his brother, and there was nobody else that could fit the bill that knew Kardiac's lyrics well enough to hype them. The original plan was to do the shows, and try to finish a track or two during E.coli's 2 week visit.

Things quickly went south just before E.coli arrived, but overall for the better. Of the three shows that were originally booked, two of them were cancelled leaving a one week gap of free time before E.coli departed back to New York. So, instead of just wasting that time on getting trashed, they took the opportunity to be constructive. Under pressure, there was so much that needed to get done in one week. From production, writing & recording, the goal was to do one song a day giving a total of five songs. They went beyond that and completed a total of 9 songs. Entirely produced by Kardiac, "Thought You Two Were Dead" is no a repeat of "The Passion of The Filth." Both Kardiac & E.coli have improved as artists individually and as a group.

"Thought You Two Were Dead" has a variety of two opposite styles colliding together that any solid fan of either artist could respect. With a wide range of topics such as Violence, Drug addiction, Humor that clashes with moments of abstract randomness contorting an overall reality and seriousness throughout the album. So, if you support raw talent and that true gritty underground sound, pickup a copy of Filthography's "Thought You Two Were DEAD." A lot of planning and hard work went into the making of this album. Consider it money well spent on two independent artists that have put the work for years, and have never asked for anything in return except true loyal support.



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