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El-P discography

El-P in concert
Releases
Studio albums 2
Singles 11
Music videos 4
Instrumental albums 4
Production credits 25
Guest vocals 22
Remixes 10

El-P (real name Jaime Meline, also known as El-Producto) is a New York-based hip hop artist and co-founder, owner, and CEO of Definitive Jux Records. His discography consists of two solo studio albums, four instrumental albums, two mix tapes, and eleven singles. He has also appeared on numerous other artist's recordings as either a guest vocalist or producer. Releases from Company Flow and The Weatherman, both of which El-P has been a member, are not included in this discography: only solo material.

El-P's early career and rise to prominence was as part of Company Flow, formed in 1992, consisting of El-P, Mr. Len, Big Jus.[1] Following the break-up of the group, El-P started his own record label, Definitive Jux.[2] El-P produced early records from the label, including Cannibal Ox's critically acclaimed The Cold Vein, Aesop Rock's Labor Days, and his own debut solo album, Fantastic Damage. El-P released his second solo album, I'll Sleep When You're Dead, in 2007.

El-P has contributed as producer and guest vocalist to albums by artists such as DJ Krush, Aesop Rock, MURS, Cage, Mr. Lif, Prefuse 73, Del tha Funkee Homosapien, Mike Ladd, and Atmosphere, among many others. He collaborated with Alec Empire on the first Handsome Boy Modeling School album and with Cage and Chino Moreno on the second. El-P also provided the soundtrack for the graffiti film Bomb the System.

Contents

Solo albums

Year Title Peak chart positions[3] Notes
US US R&B US Heat. US Ind. US Int.
2002 Fantastic Damage 198 82 9 14
  • Debut solo album.
2007 I'll Sleep When You're Dead
  • Released: March 20, 2007
  • Label: Definitive Jux (DJX #137)
78 55 6 78
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Instrumental albums

Year Title US Ind. peak[3] Notes
2002 El-P Presents Cannibal
Oxtrumentals
  • Released: March 19, 2002
  • Label: Definitive Jux (DJX #24)
FanDam Plus
  • Released: October 1, 2002
  • Label: Definitive Jux (DJX #39)
  • Instrumental version of Fantastic Damage.
  • Also includes a second disc with remixes, lyrics, and video footage.
2004 High Water 46
  • Made in conjunction with jazz pianist Matthew Shipp and The Blue Series Continuum.
Collecting the Kid
  • Released: October 19, 2004
  • Label: Definitive Jux (DJX #99)
  • Limited-edition album collecting instrumentals from various side projects such as High Water, Bomb the System soundtrack, and Central Services.
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Miscellaneous

Year Title Notes
2001 Shards of Pol-Pottery
(with Alec Empire)
2003 Weareallgoingtoburninhell
  • Label: Definitive Jux
2008 Weareallgoingtoburninhellmeggamixx2
  • Label: Definitive Jux

Singles

Year Title Album
2001 "Stepfather Factory" Fantastic Damage
2002 "Deep Space 9mm"
"Dead Disnee"
"Truancy"
"Remix'd" FanDam Plus
"Dead Light" non-album single
2003 "Sunrise over Bklyn" High Water
2004 "Jukie Skate Rock" Collecting the Kid
2006 "Everything Must Go" I'll Sleep When You're Dead
2007 "Smithereens"
"The Overly Dramatic Truth"

Music videos

Year Song Director
2002 "Deep Space 9mm" Brian Beletic
2003 "Stepfather Factory" Plates Animation
2007 "Smithereens" Cassidy Gearhart
"Flyentology" Daniel Garcia and Nathan Love

Production credits

Year Track(s) Album Artist
2000 "Offspring" Both Sides of the Brain Del tha Funkee Homosapien
"Arise" Enters the Colossus Mr. Lif
2001 Def Jux Presents various artists
The Cold Vein
El-P Presents Cannibal Oxtrumentals
Cannibal Ox
2002 "Nickel Plated Pockets" Daylight Aesop Rock
Def Jux Presents 2 various artists
"Phantom" Emergency Rations Mr. Lif
"Holdin a Jar 2" Movies for the Blind Cage

"A Glimpse at the Struggle"
"Return of the B-Boy"
"Success"
"Daddy Dearest"
"The Now"
"Post Mortem"

I Phantom
I Phantom Instrumentals
Mr. Lif
2003 "The Dance" The End of the Beginning MURS
"Illy" Smashy Trashy S.A. Smash
Ravipops (The Substance) C-Rayz Walz
"We're Famous" Bazooka Tooth Aesop Rock
2004 Def Jux Presents 3 various artists
Murs 3:16: The 9th Edition MURS
Telicatessen Rob Sonic
We Live: The Black Samurai C-Rayz Walz
2005

"People 4 Prez"
"Blō"
"Frame Rupture"

Black Dialogue The Perceptionists
"Paradise" Year of the Beast C-Rayz Walz

"Good Morning"
"Too Heavy for Cherubs"
"Stripes"
"Perfect World" (as
Central Services)
"Subtle Art of the Breakup Song"
"Lord Have Mercy"
"Hell's Winter"

Hell's Winter Cage

"Vein"
"Raspberry Fields"
"From the Planet of Eat"

Return of the Ox: Live at CMJ Cannibal OX
2006

"Collapse"
"Ultra Mega"
"Brothaz"
"The Fries"
"Take, Hold, Fire"
"Long Distance"
"Mo' Mega"
"Looking In"

Mo' Mega Mr. Lif
"Sneak Preview" Sleepyheads II various artists (Mr. Lif)
"Smalltown" Slow Suicide Stimulus Slow Suicide Stimulus
2007 "Gun for the Whole Family" None Shall Pass Aesop Rock

"—" denotes production or executive-production credit for the entire album/release.
"†" denotes tracks which also feature vocal performances by El-P.
"‡" denotes credit as co-producer or additional production.

Vocal appearances

Year Track(s) Album Artist(s)
1998 "Trapped in Three Dimensions" Bad Blood Ice
1999 "Looking Over a City" Quannum Spectrum various artists
"Megaton B-Boy" So... How's Your Girl? Handsome Boy Modeling School
2000 "Offspring" Both Sides of the Brain Del tha Funkee Homosapien
2001 "Homecoming" Lucy Ford: The Atmosphere EPs Atmosphere

"Ox Out the Cage"
"Ridiculoid"

The Cold Vein Cannibal Ox
"Vision of Art" Zen DJ Krush
"Post Mortem" I Phantom Mr. Lif
"We Can Build You" The Brotherhood of the Bomb Techno Animal
"El-P & J-Treds Freestyle
(Interlude) [Live]"
Farewell Fondle 'Em various artists
2002

"Dr. Hellno vs.
The Praying Mantus"
"Stepfather Factory"

Def Jux Presents 2 various artists
2003 "Simian Leader" Ill Bill is the Future Ill Bill
"The Dance" The End of the Beginning MURS
"We're Famous" Bazooka Tooth Aesop Rock
2004

"WMR"
"Oxycontin, Pt. 2"

Def Jux Presents 3 various artists
"The Hours" White People Handsome Boy Modeling School
2005 "Rickety Rackety" Fast Cars, Danger, Fire and Knives Aesop Rock
"First Words Worse" Year of the Beast C-Rayz Walz
"Hideyaface" Surrounded by Silence Prefuse 73
"Good Morning"

"Left It to Us"

Hell's Winter Cage
2006

"Take, Hold, Fire"

Mo' Mega Mr. Lif
2007

"39 Thieves"
"Gun for the Whole Family"

None Shall Pass Aesop Rock
2008

"All the Cash"

They Live Evil Nine

"†" denotes tracks which also feature production by El-P.

Remixes

Year Remixed track Released on Artist(s)
2004 "Beatslope" Def Jux Presents 3 Hangar 18
2005 "Goodnight Goodnight"

"Goodnight Goodnight" single
"Middle of Nowhere" single

Hot Hot Heat
"Hideyaface" "Hideyaface" single Prefuse 73
"Only"

"Only" 12-inch vinyl
"Every Day is Exactly the Same" single

Nine Inch Nails
"Scarecrow" Guerolito Beck
2006 "Fondle 'em Fossils" Bucket of B-Sides Vol. 1 Various artists
"Hours" Return to Cookie Mountain (US version) TV on the Radio
"Someday Sometimes" Syd Matters Syd Matters
2007 "Where's Da G's" Maths + English Dizzee Rascal
2008 "Goliath" The Bedlam in Goliath The Mars Volta
2009 "I Got This" ATL RMX Young Jeezy

See also

References

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