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Deltron 3030


Download links and information about Deltron 3030 by Deltron 3030. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Jazz, Rock, Bop genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:13:30 minutes.

Artist: Deltron 3030
Release date: 2000
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Jazz, Rock, Bop
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:13:30
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No. Title Length
1. State of the Nation 0:25
2. 3030 7:29
3. The Fantabulous Rap Extravaganza 0:21
4. Things You Can Do 4:59
5. Positive Contact 4:42
6. St. Catherine St. 0:43
7. Virus 4:26
8. Upgrade (A Baymar College College) 4:10
9. New Coke 0:41
10. Mastermind 3:34
11. National Movie Review 0:53
12. Madness 4:38
13. Meet Cleofis Randolph the Patriarch 0:36
14. Time Keeps On Slipping 4:59
15. The News (A Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Microsoft Inc.) 0:49
16. Turbulence (Remix) 3:33
17. The Fantabulous Rap Extravaganza Pt. II 0:37
18. Battlesong 4:07
19. Love Story 3:26
20. Memory Loss 4:39
21. The Assman 640 Speaks 0:33
22. Positive Contact (Charlie Clouser Remix) [Bonus Track] 4:56
23. Turbulence (Mark Bell Remix) [Bonus Track] 4:18
24. Positive Contact (Mario C Remix) [Bonus Track] 3:56



Like most works of science-fiction, Deltron 3030 is more a commentary on its present moment than a prediction of the future. A collaborative effort between producer Dan the Automator, DJ Kid Koala, and MC Del tha Funkee Homosapien, the album explores a theme that is as old as hip-hop itself: the crusade of creative, forward- thinking artists against boring, commercialized, and highly “wack” MCs. The weapons utilized by Deltron in this uphill battle are densely verbose rhymes, and imaginative, unconventional beats. The sounds are loopy and unexpected, but never abstract — nor are Del’s rhymes, which are densely packed but precisely rendered. In its sharpness and attention to detail, the music echoes the innovations of ‘80s hip-hop pioneers, and that lineage is referred to repeatedly throughout this program. The motley list of cameos reads like a funhouse reflection of the usual feature-heavy rap album, and adds to Deltron’s alternative pedigree. Deltron 3030 is an affirmation of core old-school values yet sounds identical to nothing in the contemporary rap landscape.