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Download links and information about Quakers by The Quakers. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 41 tracks with total duration of 01:09:28 minutes.

Artist: The Quakers
Release date: 2012
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 41
Duration: 01:09:28
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (feat. Synato Watts) 0:17
2. Big Cat 2:10
3. Fitta Happier (feat. Guilty Simpson & MED) 2:41
4. Smoke (feat. Jonwayne) 2:09
5. The Lo 0:41
6. Russia With Love (feat. Coin Locker Kid) 2:23
7. What Chew Want (feat. Tone Tank) 2:22
8. Flapjacksmm 0:18
9. Jobless (feat. Quite Nyce) 1:46
10. Sidewinder (feat. Buff1) 2:12
11. Mummy (feat. Diverse) 2:15
12. Belly of the Beast (feat. Emilio Rojas) 1:22
13. Up the Rovers 1:15
14. The Turk (feat. King Magnetic) 1:30
15. There It Is (feat. The Champs) 2:04
16. Rip 1:07
17. I Like to Dance (feat. General Steele & Krondon) 2:12
18. Dark City Lights (feat. Frank Nitty) 1:17
19. The Beginning (feat. Coin Locker) Kid 1:55
20. Kreem 1:04
21. War Drums (feat. Guilty Simpson & Phat Kat) 2:29
22. R.A.I.D. (feat. Lyric Jones) 1:34
23. Fresh 0:13
24. Something Beautiful 0:47
25. Chicken Livers (feat. FC The Truth) 1:26
26. Rock My Soul (feat. Prince Po) 1:31
27. Lost and Found (feat. Estee Nack) 4:03
28. My Mantra (feat. Dave Dub) 2:17
29. Hunnypots of Beeswax 0:26
30. TV Dreaming (feat. Booty Brown) 2:29
31. Don’t Make It Worthless 0:49
32. Soul Power (feat. Dead Prez) 3:00
33. Glide 0:24
34. Get Live (feat. Coin Locker Kid) 2:24
35. Sign Language (feat. Aloe Blacc) 2:15
36. Earth Quaking (feat. Akil) 1:23
37. You're Gonna Be Sorry 0:45
38. Outlaw (feat. Deed) 1:50
39. The Tax Man (feat. Sareem Poems) 1:39
40. Chucky Balboa (feat. Silverust) 2:50
41. Oh Goodness (feat. Finale) 1:54



At the core of Quakers is a three-man production team consisting of Fuzzface—better known as Geoff Barrow, the producer and arranger of Portishead—and two of his closest associates: Portishead engineer Stuart Matthews and Australian DJ/producer Ashley Anderson. Recorded over the span of four years, the album is the consequence of three lifelong hip-hop fans wanting to, in Barrow’s words, “make a rap album before they got too old.” Rather than glitz up the project with big-name rappers, the trio combed Myspace for unsigned talent and also sent invitations to up-and-coming artists (Jonwayne, Guilty Simpson) and underground veterans (Prince Po, Dead Prez). The album's collage-like structure is similar to that of other Stones Throw projects, as is the hallucinogenic atmosphere. The objective was not to create hit songs but to flesh out a landscape of sounds and ideas that reflected the producers’ lifelong experience of hip-hop culture. Mysterious and fragmented yet sophisticated, the collection is a never-ending menu of gritty delights and miniature surprises.