The Night We Called It A Day
by DeepSpace 5
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Description of The Night We Called It A Day by DeepSpace 5
The hip-hop supercrew Deepspace 5 makes their return to the game with their first release since 1997. The Night We Called It A Day is the product of a week's worth of intensive recording in Dallas, Texas. Throwing their hats into the ring are Mars Ill (including group leader Soulheir the Manchild), Playdough and Fred Bruno (a.k.a. Phonetic Composition), Sintax the Terrific and The Recon of The Pride, Beat Rabbi from Circumcised Mind, Listener from the Labklik and Sev Statik of the Tunnel Rats. Locked in Playdough's apartment, these boys got their creative juices flowing and whipped up something sweet, an album that reclaims hip-hop for the emcee.
This is a very good disc, filled with a wide range of topics to get your brain working and your head nodding. The diversity of Deepspace 5 is a testament to the many styles of emceeing, and how they can come together to bring truth, life and a good time.
||The Collective (Intro) (00:01:15)
||The Night We Called It A Day (00:07:10)
||Stick This In Your Ear (00:06:06)
||Winter In Manhattan (00:05:00)
||Take The Rhythm (00:04:55)
||Closed Caption (00:01:58)
||This Curse I Bear (00:04:56)
||World Go Round (00:04:52)
||Murder Creek (00:03:55)
||Thinking By Numbers (00:05:35)
||If Tomorrow Starts Without Me (00:03:55)
|Product:|| The Night We Called It A Day|
|Recorded by:|| DeepSpace 5|
|Label Imprint:|| (c) 2003 a unit of EMI Music. This label copy info|
|Format:|| Burn On Demand|
|Subject Category:|| Rap|
|Playing Time:|| 01:07:05 minutes|
|Weight:|| 0.2 pounds|
|Length:|| 5 inches|
|Width:|| 5.5 inches|
|Height:|| 0.4 inches|
|Label:|| EMI CMG Distribution|
|Street Date:|| 3/3/2003|
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