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In The Trenches

by The Philosophy

Universal hiphop music. Old school vibe with a new sound. The best music of all coasts melted into a sweet, buttery fondue-style meal...taste great and nutritious too.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Introduction
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2. Claim Your Space
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3. Why
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4. Persnickety
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5. Yes, Yes
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6. Keep It Pumpin
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7. It Don't Stop
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8. That's Mine
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9. I Wondah
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10. Moonstrut
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11. Pills
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12. Church
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13. Pests
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14. Push
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15. Inside The Box
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16. Shy Girls
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the bloody lung of a chain-smoking planet lies a vessel of hope...carrying the torch...THE PHILOSOPHY.
3 like-minded lyrical beasts(Spread, Toe Jam and Bambu), each a master of their particular style, combine their thoughts to speak the voice of the future.
They are joined on stage by a musical force, the likes of which have never been seen...3DEEP is the name...Eastside Larry(Sean McGary), Dam Rite(Devon Ashley) and Lavender Sprinkles(Jay Jones). Together with the help of bass player extraordinaire Jason Ellis and an extended family of Naptown talent THE PHILOSOPHY has made and album like "In the Trenches" a reality.
Melding old school and new school production methods as well as extensive live instrumentation, THE PHILOSOPHY takes hip-hop music to a new plateau without disregarding the foundations of the artform. It's easy to recreate the old, THE PHILOSOPHY improves the formula and easily convert from A+ student to Teacher of the Year in less than 60 minutes of funk.

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Partner in Rhyme

This album made my heart sing.
Their are albums that you play and you have to skip through tracks to get to the "good" ones. In the trenches takes you on a journey down a brilliant path. Great production and the lyrics make me question what I have been doing in hip-hop. All three emcees bring a different element and when you combine them the music becomes a quagmire of excellence.
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Secret Perspirer


This album is super-solid. It's got sweet original beats and well-selected samples from old movies and "Greatest American Hero"-era funky horns. It flows like warm molasses, and when all three emcees come together in unison, as in "Claim your Space," the effect is powerful. The lyrics are inspired/ational, and sometimes silly. I strongly recommend this album for hip-hop lovers who are looking for good beats (you can shake your ass to this album too). I also recommend this album for people who embrace lyrics addressing serious topics with social commentary ("Pills"). But don't get me wrong, some of the tracks are just straight high-energy badness and shit-talking from the emcees' battling days("It Don't Stop"). It's good, just get it!
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Secret Perspirer


This album is super-solid. It's got sweet original beats and well-selected samples from old movies and "Greatest American Hero"-era funky horns. It flows like warm molasses, and when all three emcees come together in unison, as in "Claim your Space," the effect is powerful. The lyrics are inspired/ational, and sometimes silly. I strongly recommend this album for hip-hop lovers who are looking for good beats (you can shake your ass to this album too). I also recommend this album for people who embrace lyrics addressing serious topics with social commentary ("Pills"). But don't get me wrong, some of the tracks are just straight high-energy badness and shit-talking from the emcees' battling days("It Don't Stop"). It's good, just get it!
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