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Bazooka Tooth
Studio album by Aesop Rock
Released September 23, 2003
Recorded 2003
Genre Hip-hop
Length 70:24
Label Definitive Jux
DJX068
Producer Aesop Rock
Blockhead
El-P
Professional reviews
Aesop Rock chronology
Daylight
(2002)
Bazooka Tooth
(2003)
Fast Cars, Danger, Fire and Knives
(2005)

Bazooka Tooth is the fourth full-length album by American hip hop artist Aesop Rock , released on September 23, 2003 on Definitive Jux (see 2003 in music).

For the first time, the majority of production is handled by Aesop Rock himself, although long-term collaborator Blockhead contributes three tracks and one is provided by Definitive Jux label boss El-P. Significant vocal guest appearances are made by El-P and fellow Def Jux labelmates Party Fun Action Committee and Mr. Lif as well as by 1990s Bronx hip-hop duo Camp Lo. There are also brief vocal cameos (credited on the sleeve as "Additional Trash Talking and Malarchy" [sic]) by Cannibal Ox, S.A. Smash, and MURS. Scratching is handled by DJ Cip One of Cannibal Ox and DJ Pawl of Hangar 18. Much of the instrumentals for the introduction track, "Bazooka Tooth," were done by Jer of Party Fun Action Committee using standard pots and pans. The cover is by Israeli artist Tomer Hanuka. [1]

The album's a cappellas and instrumentals were released the following year as Build Your Own Bazooka Tooth, in conjunction with a remix contest.

Track listing

  1. "Bazooka Tooth" (I. Bavitz) – 2:25
  2. "N.Y. Electric/Hunter Interlude" (I. Bavitz) – 5:10
    • Produced by Aesop Rock
  3. "Easy" (I. Bavitz) – 5:01
    • Produced by Aesop Rock
  4. "No Jumper Cables" (I. Bavitz) – 5:06
    • Produced by Aesop Rock
  5. "Limelighters/Flunkadelic interlude" (I. Bavitz/S. Wallace/S. Wilds) – 4:33
    • Featuring Camp Lo
    • Produced by Aesop Rock
  6. "Super Fluke" (I. Bavitz) – 4:51
    • Produced by Aesop Rock
  7. "Cook It Up" (I. Bavitz/T. Simon/J. Gibson) – 3:45
  8. "Freeze/Honeycomb Interlude" (I. Bavitz) – 5:32
    • Produced by Aesop Rock
  9. "We're Famous" (I. Bavitz/J. Meline) – 6:22
    • Featuring El-P
    • Produced by El-P
  10. "Babies With Guns" (I. Bavitz/T. Simon) – 5:07
    • Produced by Blockhead
  11. "The Greatest Pac-Man Victory in History" (I. Bavitz) – 4:48
    • Produced by Aesop Rock
  12. "Frijoles" (I. Bavitz) – 3:48
    • Produced by Aesop Rock
  13. "11:35/Ketamine U.S.A Interlude" (I. Bavitz/J. Haynes/T. Simon) – 4:23
    • Featuring Mr. Lif
    • Produced by Blockhead and Aesop Rock (interlude)
  14. "Kill the Messenger" (I. Bavitz) – 4:54
    • Produced by Aesop Rock
  15. "Mars Attacks" (I. Bavitz) – 4:39
    • Produced by Aesop Rock

References

  1. ^ Bazooka album credits

External links

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