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There in America

by Warlock Asylum

beat poetry - spoken word hip-hop featuring live instruments and soulful hooks
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. I Wanna Be Good
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2. Say Your Name
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3. Vigilante Love
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4. Glory of Kings
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5. There in America
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6. On and On (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Warlock Asylum, is the Brooklyn based collaboration between poet Messiah'el Bey and multi-instrumentalist Steve Berson. Together, along with featured vocalist Janet LaBelle, they have created a new sound meshing spoken word, organic beats, live instruments, and soulful hooks.

Warlock Asylum's sound can be traced to numerous influences, ranging from artists as diverse as The Last Poets, Public Enemy, Erykah Badu, Portishead, Bill Withers, Masters at Work, Babatunde Olatunji, Tricky, Common, The Beatles, and Gil Scot Heron.

Their second album "There In America" features five original compositions recorded in the lab at Total Sonic Media, and their own take on the Erykah Badu classic "On and On" recorded live at Arlene's Grocery in NYC. It features guest appearances by violinists Megan Berson and Helen Yee, guitarist Jef Brown, trumpeter Clyde Daley, drummer Evan Taylor, and MC Kachi Rufino.

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Ben McInnis

Fantastic! Utterly Fantastic!
This album is a worthy successor to "Kiss of the Immortal"! Warlock Asylum has evolved in all the right ways to present a musical package that is both intriguing and thought provoking. The arrangements are fantastic. The poetry powerful. All in all a must get for any person into awesome music!
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Ben McInnis

Fantastic! Utterly Fantastic!
This album is a worthy successor to "Kiss of the Immortal"! Warlock Asylum's sound has evolved in the best way possible. The music is an eclectic melange that captivates the senses just as the words captivate the mind. It is not often one finds an album that is both politically and spiritually provocative, but "There in America" hits on all cylinders! A fantastic musical experience!
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