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Damu The Fudgemunk - How It Should Sound v.1&2 Cassette

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Damu The Fudgemunk - How It Should Sound v.1&2 CassetteDamu The Fudgemunk
Label: Redefinition Records
Year: 2013
Price: $11.95
Format: Cassette

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2016 re-issue with a new cover!

Born and raised in Washington DC, Damu The Fudgemunk of the hip hop group Y Society has been building a loyal fanbase through his soulful, multi-layered beats, which he crafts using little more than an Akai MPC 2000, a huge record collection and a stack of floppy discs. With How It Should Sound Volume 1 & 2, Damu looks to continue to build upon his already solid discography, while simultaneously reaching new fans and keeping his core audience satisfied with new music. This release bears all the hallmarks of Damu's signature aesthetic. Crunchy drums bolster intricately woven narratives of soul-infused samples in compositions that thump and groove all at the same time. Horns appear from nowhere before dissolving sumptuously into the mix. Layers are steadily unveiled only to gradually fold back in on themselves. As with Damu's previous releases, expect this release, to move rather quickly.

TRACK LISTING
1.Start Here (2007)
2.Another Introduction (2007)
3.Tea Thyme (2005)
4.Clap & Form Your Soul (2007)
5.Figment (2005)
6.Home Seek Home (2004)
7.Straight From The Harp (2008)
8.Rock Climbing [Byte 1] (2005)
9.Its Called The Chill Out (2004)
10.Gone With The Sunset (2005)
11.Bills Be Gone [Pawt 2] (2004)
12.Only One Me (2005)
13.Judgement Day (2008)
14.Dream Catcher (2007)
15.How It Should Sound (2005)
16.You Know Who! (2006)
17.Movin' On (2006)
18.Not So Young Anymore [Byte 2] (2005)
19.Fabrega's Discotecas (2006)
20.Gestation (2003)
21.Don't Fail Me Now (2006)
22.Man With Bindle [Pawt 1] (2004)
23.Hogs On The Hill [Pretty Sneaky] (2005)
24.At Your Request [Spinna Vs Joc] (2005)
25.It Wasn't On Earth (2006)
26.Boomerang Luck (2007)
27.Gettin' & Steppin' (2006)

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