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Endtroducing… (Deluxe Edition) / Endtroducing... (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Endtroducing… (Deluxe Edition) / Endtroducing... (Deluxe Edition) by Dj Shadow. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Jazz, Rock, Bop genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:49:28 minutes.

Artist: Dj Shadow
Release date: 1996
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Jazz, Rock, Bop
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:49:28
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No. Title Length
1. Best Foot Forward 0:48
2. Building Steam With a Grain of Salt 6:41
3. The Number Song 4:38
4. Changeling / Transmission 7:51
5. What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 4) 5:08
6. Untitled 0:24
7. Stem / Long Stem / Transmission 2 9:22
8. Mutual Slump 4:03
9. Organ Donor 1:57
10. Why Hip-Hop Sucks In '96 0:43
11. Midnight In a Perfect World 5:00
12. Napalm Brain / Scatter Brain 9:23
13. What Does Your Soul Look Like, Pt. 1 / Blue Sky Revisit / Transmission 3 7:28
14. Best Foot Forward (Alternate Version) 1:15
15. Building Steam With a Grain of Salt (Alternate Take Without Overdubs) 6:43
16. The Number Song (Cut Chemist Remix) 5:13
17. Changeling (Original Demo Excerpt) 0:59
18. Stem (Cops 'n' Robbers) 3:48
19. Soup 0:44
20. Red Bus Needs to Leave! 2:44
21. Mutual Slump (Alternate Take Without Overdubs) 4:21
22. Organ Donor (Extende Overhaul (04:29)) 4:28
23. Why Hip-Hop Sucks In '96 (Alternate Take) 0:54
24. Midnight In a Perfect World (Gab Mix (04:55)) 4:55
25. Napalm Brain (Original Demo Beat) 0:34
26. What Does Your Soul Look Like? (Peshay Mix) 9:24



While most rappers give answers, DJ Shadow questions his audience. What does your soul look like? What does midnight in a perfect world sound like? How can you build steam with a grain of salt? This Davis, California DJ thinks visually, to the point that the mid-song interludes on "Transmission 1-3" seem influenced by the movie Angel Heart. Throughout, Shadow weaves sampled elements (sustained piano loop and a tricked-out chorale over a beat) into a beautiful suite. All cracks and pops on the album are real, a remnant of Endtroducing's magical cut-and-paste art form. This sonic confessional was just what hip-hop needed in 1996-a temperate, patient instrumental record filled with moods and emotions that still linger and resonate today.