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Dangerdoom
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.  
  • Artist(s):
  • OhNoDoom
  • Label(s):
  • Lex

OhNoDoom
3 Dollars

For ‘Ohnomite’, Oh No (younger brother of Madlib) was granted unprecedented access to the Rudy Ray Moore / Dolemite audio archives and given free rein to slice, dice, chop and sample his way through the classic-yet-absolutely-filthy catalogue. He was able to use legendary material from ‘The Human Tornado’, ‘Petey Wheatstraw’, the ‘Dolemite’ soundtrack and much more, plus a multitude of previously unreleased and alternate acapellas and instrumentals. As part of the ‘Ohnomite’ experience, Oh No dreamed up this special 5-inch vinyl offering of ‘3 Dollars’ featuring MF Doom, in full album version backed with an exclusive instrumental take.
  • Artist(s):
  • OhNoDoom

MF DOOM
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.
  • Artist(s):
  • OhNoDoom

MF DOOM
Unexpected Guests

Through his many incarnations MF Doom has remained an always on point player in the rap game. Here we have 18 tracks of rare and unreleased material, including collaborations with other big players including Talib Kweli, J Dilla, Ghostface Killah, Sean Price, Count Bass D, Vast Aire, and Masta Killa.

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.
  • Artist(s):
  • OhNoDoom