LET IT GO by HOUSE SHOES

SKU65438
ArtistHOUSE SHOES
TitleLET IT GO
LabelTRES RECORDS
Catalog #TR 396084LP
Genre
ReleaseW 24 - 2012
FormatVinyl - US2LP
 € 24,50 incl. VAT, excl. shipping

Tracks

  1. Let It Go feat. Shafiq Husayn
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/l/65438_let_it_go/1_let_it_go_feat._shafiq_husayn.mp3
  2. Empire
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/l/65438_let_it_go/2_empire.mp3
  3. Goodfellas To Bad Boys feat. Moe Dirdee
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/l/65438_let_it_go/3_goodfellas_to_bad_boys_feat._moe_dirdee.mp3
  4. Dirt feat. Greneberg (Oh No, The Alchemist, and Roc Marciano
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/l/65438_let_it_go/4_dirt_feat._greneberg_oh_no_the_alchemist_and_roc_marciano.mp3
  5. Time feat. Big Tone
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/l/65438_let_it_go/5_time_feat._big_tone.mp3
  6. Crazy feat. Black Milk and Guilty Simpson
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/l/65438_let_it_go/6_crazy_feat._black_milk_and_guilty_simpson.mp3
  7. Last Breath feat. Nottz, Oh No, and MED
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/l/65438_let_it_go/7_last_breath_feat._nottz_oh_no_and_med.mp3
  8. Keep On feat. Co$$ aka Cashus King
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/l/65438_let_it_go/8_keep_on_feat._co_aka_cashus_king.mp3
  9. Sweet feat. Danny Brown / Noodles
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/l/65438_let_it_go/9_sweet_feat._danny_brown_noodles.mp3
  10. So Different feat. Chali 2na / Moody Interlude
  11. Everything (Modern Family) feat. Fatt Father
  12. Sunrise feat. Black Spade
  13. Trouble feat. Moe Dirdee and MarvWon
  14. Nails feat. Quelle Chris and Guilty Simpson
  15. Castles (tHE SKY IS OURS) feat. Jimetta Rose
  16. Cry Now
  17. Roller Coaster feat. Self Says and Fat Albert Einstein
  18. Empire Reprise feat. Sam Beaubien of Will Sessions (Bonus Track

Description

It feels wrong, though, to call this a ‘debut’ record because it doesn’t sound like a first-try. Official debut, or not, House Shoes is not new. He released the now treasure-hunted Jay Dee Unreleased EP (1996), and Phat Kat’s classic Dedication to the Suckers (1999) on his own imprint.Shoes delivers an album that sound like an album (and not a mixtape) – no small feat in the topography of today’s music. He blends the songs, instrumentals, and interludes into a sequence that sounds like they all belong to something bigger than their time stamp and signature. Individually, the songs are strong, soaked in that neck-snapping, gritty-drummed, trouble-water-soulsampled thing that makes hip hop magnetic. The first record is a full-length album boasting features by the ‘heavyweights’ and the ‘hungry’ alike, balanced between artists accustomed to hip-hop limelight, and those still chasing it. The project bats with a heavy-handed Motown roster. Detroit-bred collaborators include Big Tone, Moe Dirdee, Black Milk, Guilty Simpson, and Danny Brown, among others. Los Angeles (Oh No, MED, The Alchemist, Co$$), Norfolk (Nottz), St. Louis (Black Spade), New York (Roc Marciano), and Chicago (Chali 2na, of Jurassic 5) pinch-hit throughout the project. The second disc houses the instrumental versions from the record. It showcases the claps, snares, kicks, and soul-filled samples that House Shoes plates for Let It Go

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