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One for All

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Download links and information about One for All by Brand Nubian. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:13:12 minutes.

Artist: Brand Nubian
Release date: 1990
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:13:12
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. All for One 4:54
2. Feels So Good 5:04
3. Concerto In X Minor 3:58
4. Ragtime 4:15
5. To the Right 4:18
6. Dance to My Ministry 4:21
7. Drop the Bomb 5:01
8. Wake Up (Stimulated Dummies Mix) 4:45
9. Step to the Rear 4:00
10. Slow Down 5:03
11. Try to Do Me 4:20
12. Who Can Get Busy Like This Man... 4:30
13. Grand Puba, Positive and L.G. 4:31
14. Brand Nubian 4:38
15. Wake Up (Reprise In the Sunshine) 5:25
16. Dedication 4:09

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Brand Nubian’s 1989 debut stands at the convergence of several strands of hip-hop history. It has its roots in the origins of New York hip-hop — park jams and disco parties — and yet is also one of the definitive statements of Five Percenter ideology and late-'80s urban militancy. It is traditional and angered, and yet purveys the low-key funk rhythms and conversational flows of the vanguard Native Tongues collective. Each song is fueled by the chemistry between the group’s three distinctive personalities. Grand Puba plays the effervescent and unpredictable leader, Sadat X his harder-edged facsimile, and Lord Jamar the testy, articulate scholar. The trio’s sense of play and colorful wardrobes at first disguised the incendiary content of their rhymes. “Wake Up” and “Drop the Bomb” present sharply articulated messages of rage, but the beats and rhymes are so elastic and fun that the listener has no choice but to digest the group’s fiery philosophy. In terms both musical and verbal One for All is densely packed and it bears repeated listens — each successive visit will turn up new discoveries in the corners of these 16 songs.