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Common Market - Black Patch War CD EP

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Common Market - Black Patch War CD EPCommon Market
Label: Massline
Year: 2008
Price: $9.95
Format: CD

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DESCRIPTION
Black Patch War is a 7-track EP by Seattle hiphop mainstays Common Market composed of RA Scion on the rhymes, Sabzi of Blue Scholars on production. Offered as the first official follow-up to the successful debut album, Black Patch War is sort of a mini concept project intended to pave the way, stylistically, for the highly anticipated Tobacco Road. With pointed and pertinent social commentary atop a soul-stirring soundscape of hard-hitting beats, Black Patch War is a genuine release that serves well as a the perfect segue into the group's future, solidifying their position as legitimate contenders for the national spotlight in the underground hip hop scene.

TRACK LISTING
1.Black Patch War
2.Oldham Era
3.Watership Down
4.Red Leaves
5.His Eminence
6.Trouble Is
7.Bonanza

CUSTOMER REVIEWS
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RA Scion & Sabzi deliver the goods! (3.5 stars), January 2, 2009
By: alanp0099 - See all my reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars RA Scion & Sabzi deliver the goods!, May 30, 2008

I first came in contact with this Seattle-based duo by way of their Massline label counterparts Blue Scholars (Geologic & Sabzi). Hands down, Sabzi is one of my favorite beat-makers of the new millennium, and I never miss any beat he touches. Common Market's self-titled debut quickly became one of my favorite records of 2006, so this EP was greeted with high anticipation for this listener.

There's only 7 songs here (22 minutes), but every one is excellent, and nothing is even near skippable. A few of them rank as my favorite songs the duo has ever created. Simply put, RA Scion & Sabzi are in top form. It's all quality, but the major standouts are "Black Patch War", "Watership Down" & "Bonanza".

For those that are fans of the duo, this EP should really be a no-brainer - a must buy. This material is every bit as (and maybe more) potent than their critically acclaimed debut. One thing is for certain - they got me steadily drooling for their upcoming sophomore full-length "Tobacco Road".


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