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Gutterfly (The Original Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Gutterfly (The Original Soundtrack) by Lifesavas. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:01:52 minutes.

Artist: Lifesavas
Release date: 2007
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:01:52
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No. Title Length
1. Intro: Welcome to Razorblade City 0:48
2. Double Up 3:46
3. Gutterfly (featuring Camp Lo) 4:24
4. No Surprise (Scene 1) - Fly Paper 4:01
5. Shine Language 3:59
6. Take Me Away 3:20
7. A Serpents Love (Scene 2) - Jimmy Slimwater's New Orleans Funeral (featuring Ish, The Butterfly, Digable Planets) 5:33
8. Dead Ones (Scene 3) - Revenge (featuring Fishbone) 4:04
9. The Warning 2:54
10. Superburn (Scene 4) - Trouble 3:44
11. Night Out (Scene 5) - Connects (featuring George Clinton, Lonnie " Meganut " Marshall) 5:01
12. The Squeeze (featuring Smif - N - Wessun) 3:38
13. Long Letter (featuring Don Blackman) 3:56
14. Freedom Walk (Scene 6) - Marvelous the Mouthpiece (featuring Dead Prez) 5:37
15. Celebrate (Finale) 3:42
16. Legend of Gutterfly (Bonus Track) 0:38
17. Tailormade Razorbladez (Bonus Track) 2:47



MC Vursatyl, MC/producer Jumbo, and DJ Shines star in their very own, very theoretical blaxploitation flick (loosely based on an aborted ‘80s film concept by Baraka Feldman) about three ghetto strivers escaping the morass of their Portland, um, Razorblade City environment. While the narrative thread winds up being far beside the point, Gutterfly uses the funk and soul sounds of the blaxploitation era to great effect — and, with its often sharp sociopolitical commentary, shows how little the urban landscape has changed in the past 30 years. “Double Up,” densely and woozily produced by Oh No, boasts flute and horn loops that nod to the ‘70s, but the jagged beats and cuts by Shines and Jumbo are pure 21st century West Coast hip-hop. The title track, with rapper Camp Lo, bounces rhymes off straight-ahead, trumpet-fueled funk rhythms, while the mellow, jazzy soul of “No Surprise” (produced by Vitamin D) and the menacing, slightly exotic guitar and bass of “A Serpent’s Love” (featuring Digable Planet’s Ish) explore wider sonic territory. Fishbone provides appropriately dark instrumental support on “Dead Ones,” and “Night Out” features soulful background singers against the vocal musings of George Clinton. Most powerful is the inspirational, anthemic “Freedom Walk,” where they’re joined by rappers Dead Prez and guitarist Vernon Reid.