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MF DOOM
Operation: Doomsday [Remastered]

MF DOOM's debut album was a complete game-changer when it was unleashed on unsuspecting hip hop heads. Backpacker types immediately became enamoured with DOOM's left-field beats which drew upon obscure funk, soul, jazz and cartoon/comic book samples, providing the perfect backdrop for the masked MC's abstract wordplay and complex rhymes. Just remember it's all caps when you spell the man's name! 
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KMD
Bl_ck B_st_rds

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MF DOOM
Unexpected Guests

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Dangerdoom
The Mouse and The Mask: Official Metalface Edition

Who could forget this 2005 A-list team-up between MF Doom and Danger Mouse? The Mouse and The Mask, which also features guest appearances from characters both real (Ghostface Killah, Cee Lo Green) and fictional (Aqua Teen Hunger Force) is a sweet and funky classic, and it is now getting a hardcore reissue. The Official Metalface Edition features an EP and some unreleased tracks in addition to the original album.
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MF DOOM
Special Blends Vol. 1 & 2

Apart from preaching the apocalypse as one of the best lyricists in hip hop, MF DOOM has also been a prolific producer and remixer. In order to soften the pain of his ongoing hiatus, Metal Face is now reissuing his previously unfindably-rare Special Blends Vol. 1 & 2 on 2xLP. On this 2004 release, he remixes other rappers’ verses onto his own lo-fi beats. Features verses by De La Soul, Nas and Gang Starr.
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MF DOOM
Live From Planet X

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MF DOOM
Dime Box

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MF DOOM
Rhymes Like Dimes

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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.