King Geedorah Vinyl, CD & tapes by King Geedorah at Norman Records

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Bl_ck B_st_rds

Once voted the most "notable rap album which was never released commercially", the second album from the New York hip hop trio proved too controversial for release. KMD featured the talents of future star MF DOOM, his brother DJ Subroc and Rodan who worked closely together to create East Coast hip hop with politically charged lyrics and a flair of jazz in the instrumentals. Originally destined for a 1994 release, it was shelved by Elektra due to its controversial sleeve and finally saw the light of day in 2001. 'Bl_ck B_st_rds' is packed full of obscure samples and wacky rhymes. DOOM donned his mask and Metal Face moniker after the untimely death of his brother, charged by a hatred of the industry.
  • Vinyl Double LP (MF2001LP)
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The Mouse And The Mask

Reminisce about the time Danger Mouse and MF Doom collaborated by getting this limited re-press of this never to be repeated collaboration. MF Doom performs raps over music made by Danger Mouse mainly from old cartoon shows on an album which is the perfect late night stoned listen. Goofy but touching neither artists has done anything quite like it since.  

Operation: Doomsday

MF DOOM’s debut studio LP ‘Operation: Doomsday’ is one of those records that often appears on ‘best of the 90s’ lists. Released in 1999, this album established DOOM as one of the most original and vibrant voices in hip-hop’s underground. DOOM proves himself both an unparalleled wordsmith and highly dexterous producer here (the record is almost exclusively produced by Metal Fingers, DOOM’s beat-maker moniker). Gritting up A Tribe Called Quest’s jazz-rap style with shades of the RZA’s classic output, ‘Operation: Doomsday’ is an album for the ages.

King Geedorah
Take Me To Your Leader

We’ll let you in on a little secret: King Geedorah is an alias (a mask, if you will) of MF Doom’s, inspired by a Godzilla monster. Take Me To Your Leader dates back to 2003, when Doom was on the highest of top forms. Fantastic underground hip-hop with mighty flows and the kind of samples that only come from years of crate-digging and mad intuition. Double LP reissue on Big Dada.

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Bookhead EP

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