PPP - Abundance CD

PPP - Abundance CDPPP
Label: Ubiquity Records
Year: 2009
Price: $4.95 (on sale)
Format: CD

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Released on Ubiquity Records in 2009, Abundance was preceded by the first single from the album, On A Cloud, released in the summer of 2008. Their debut album, Triple P, brought worldwide notoriety to the Detroit-based production crew and their global collective of like-minded edgy-beat makers and soulful collaborators. Abundance marks the arrival of PPP as a band. They have developed a new sound that's even bigger, and an album that's more dynamic and organic than their first. ''Abundance sums up everything: our growth since Triple P, the love and encouragement to make this record that we've gotten from our fans, it means a lot of things,'' explains band-leader and producer Waajeed. ''It picks up where the first left off. Triple P was a great start, but this sophomore album is on another level. It's more involved and focused... it's Electro Soul!''

2.Smoking Mirrors
3.On A Cloud
4.Luv Affair
5.Go, Go, Go
7.Ain't No Ifs Or Maybes
8.Pigeon Hole
9.Lovers And Haters
10.The Ghost of Aveiro
11.Countless Excuses
12.American Pimp
13.Dirty Secrets
14.Rocket Science

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PPP- Abundance, January 15, 2009
By: SUPeRB - See all my reviews

This second album by PPP personifies the Platinum Pied Pipers' unique style of amazing electro-soul music while introducing new Hip Hop sounds. The group consists of Waajeed from Slum Village, Saadiq, and a handful of talented vocalists. Contributors to the album include Coultrain, Karma, Jamila Raegan and Dabrye. One of the most impressive tracks on the album, "Ain't No Ifs or Maybes," throws the listener for a soulful bounce through Detroit sound. If you begin to think of Dilla while listening then you're right on track. The combination of Waajeed and Saadiq brings out some of the funkiest sounds to date. The group is able to grasp the soulful sounds of Motown while raising the bar on modern music. The last track on the album, "Goodbye," features an electronic introduction by Dabrye followed by one last soulful ballad about self-realization. Give this listen, you will be surprised.

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