Sharkula | Dirty Caviar

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Dirty Caviar

by Sharkula

Sharkula's famous left-field stream-of-consciousness rapping over iGod's hip-hop by-way-of ambient techno beats.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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1. Dolphin vs. Shark vs. Chewbacca
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2. Damn Hungry Grimy
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3. Shark Brain Brian
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4. Raw Uncut Fin 2
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5. Left Field, Left Brain
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6. I'm Old Skoolish, Not Foolish
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7. Tornado Thought
3:00 $0.99
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8. Anti Dookie Pretzel Deluxe Remixer
7:44 $0.99
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9. Shark in Dah Park Amusement Park (Bonus)
5:12 $0.99
10. Eye Like to Wine & Dine a Woman (Bonus)
1:56 $0.99
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11. Golden Dirty Caviar (Bonus)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dirty Caviar is the long-rumored "lost" Sharkula album originally recorded in the spring of 2005 that took 10 years to see the light of day.

For those unfamiliar with Chicago's street-level ambassador of hip-hop, he is a cult artist of the highest magnitude. His prolific output has ranged from a small number of official releases to guest appearances on other people's records to volumes upon volumes of DIY recordings that he personally sells in the streets of Chicago. He gets semi-regular mentions in the Chicago Reader, both for his music and for being a larger-than-life character you may well happen upon while out and about in the windy city. He is such a compelling fixture that one in every new crop of Columbia College films students becomes driven to make a documentary about him.

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