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The Album[1]
Studio album by Achozen
Released 2010
Genre Hip hop[2], experimental, visual
Producer Shavo Odadjian
Singles from The Album
  1. "Deuces"
    Released: April 22, 2008
  2. "Salute/Sacrifice"
    Released: November 13, 2009

The Album is the currently to-be-released[3] debut album by Achozen, a project created by System of a Down bassist Shavo Odadjian, Wu-Tang Clan member RZA, Killarmy member Kinetic 9, and Wu-Tang affiliate Reverend William Burke. The project's debut album was said to be released in July of '08, but was later set to be released in late 2008.[4] Odadjian later stated the album to be released before Summer 2009[5], but recently stated the album would be released by September.[6]The album was not released by this date however. The album is set to be released with a special DVD with the album's main disc.[4] The album will also feature funk musician George Clinton (P-Funk), Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante, Wu-Tang affiliate Killah Priest, Wu-Tang Clan member GZA, Sick Jacken of Psycho Realm, and Leggezin Fin.[7]

Achozen's first song, "Deuces," was premiered online on April 22, 2008. Coincidentally, that date is also band member Shavo Odadjian's birthday. Most of the songs listed in the possible inclusions section were featured in the film Babylon A.D.,[4][8] but were not included on the film's soundtrack. "Deuces" was also featured in the UK trailer for the film.

In a blog released on Achozen's official MySpace on December 29, 2008, Achozen announced, "The Achozen album is being mixed as we speak by Logan Mader (Machine Head and Soulfly) and will be finished by the middle of January!" In an interview with ZAk of in April 2009, Shavo said that, "The album is recorded and mastered ..and everything, I just came back from New York, meeting people there, went very well.. I'm in the process of looking for a label."[3]


Track listing


Confirmed songs

  • "Deuces" - 3:30
  • "Salute/Sacrifice" - 4:50

Possible inclusions

Song title Other notes Other release
"Rollindissgeyes" Featured in Babylon A.D.[4][8]
"Immaculate" With Walter Reed and Shukura Holiday
"Digital Slaps"
"Deuces" (Reprise)
"Build your Enemies"
"Blade Runner 0.8"
"A Single Moment"
"Late Trip"
"Fabric Lives" Mentioned in an interiew with[3]


Additional Musicians



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