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The End of the Beginning
Studio album by MURS
Released February 25, 2003
Genre Hip hop
Label Definitive Jux
Producer Tate The Example
Mr. Dibbs
Belief
Oh No
Jizzm
Patchwerk
Blockhead
Shock G
El-P
RJD2
Sunspot Jonz
A.N.T.
Mum's The Word
Professional reviews
MURS chronology
Felt: A Tribute to Christina Ricci
(2002)
The End of the Beginning
(2003)
Murs 3:16: The 9th Edition
(2004)

The End of the Beginning is the second studio album by MURS, an American rapper, that was released in 2003. This album is MURS' debut on the Definitive Jux label, and is hailed by critics as one of MURS' best albums. John Bush of Allmusic says that it is "one of the most refreshing rap records in years."[1] It reached #27 on the Top Independent Albums chart in 2003.[2]

Contents

Track listing

# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "You & I" Tate the Example MURS
2 "Dibbs Did This Shit (Interlude)" Mr. Dibbs MURS
3 "What Do You Know?" Belief MURS
4 "The Scuffle" Oh No MURS
5 "The Night Before" Jizzm High Definition MURS
6 "Transitionz az a Ridah" Patchwerk MURS
7 "Happy Pillz" Blockhead Aesop Rock, MURS
8 "Risky Business" Humpty Hump MURS, Shock G
9 "The Dance" El-P El-P, MURS
10 "God's Work" Belief MURS
11 "Def Cover" El-P MURS
12 "Please Leave" Oh No MURS
13 "Sore Losers" RJD2 MURS
14 "BT$" Sunspot Jonz MURS
15 "18/w a Bullet (Remix)" Ant MURS
16 "Brotherly Love" Belief MURS
17 "Got Damned?" Ant MURS
18 "Done Deal" Mum's the Word 3 Melancholy Gypsys, MURS

Credits

  • Executive producer: El-P
  • Project coordinator: ESE
  • Mastering: Emily Lazar
  • Engineering: Todd Mumford, Nasa, Ariel Rechtshaid
  • Mixing: Todd Mumford, Nasa, Ariel Rechtshaid
  • Photography: Dan Monick
  • Art direction: Shane Sakanoi

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