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Exodus into Unheard Rhythms

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Exodus into Unheard Rhythms
A photo of Oh No in Galt MacDermot's house. Oh No is sitting on a sofa, with a lamp and a window behind him. "OH NO" and "EXODUS INTO UNHEARD RHYTHMS" is written in bottom-left corner, with a font made of geometric figures
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 8, 2006 (2006-08-08)
StudioWatch Ya Step Studios (Oxnard, California)[1]
GenreHip hop
Length57:28
LabelStones Throw Records
ProducerOh No
Oh No chronology
The Disrupt
(2004)
Exodus into Unheard Rhythms
(2006)
Dr. No's Oxperiment
(2007)

Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms is the second studio album by Oh No, an American hip hop rapper and producer.[2] It was released on Stones Throw Records in 2006.[3]

Background

Oh No started working on the album when Stones Throw's manager Eothen "Egon" Alapatt asked him to compose two tracks for his series called Fan Club 45s,[4] but Oh No instead recorded 27 beats in three days. Overall he made around 50 beats for the album, and was planning to split them into two albums.[5] Oh No produced the album using only samples from Galt MacDermot.[2]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3.5/5 stars[2]
The A.V. Club(B+)[6]
Exclaim!(favorable)[7]
Pitchfork Media(8.0/10)[3]
Prefix(6.0/10)[8]
Rap Reviews(9/10)[9]

Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms received favorable reviews from the music critics. Peter Macia of Pitchfork praised the album, saying that "Oh No gracefully layers these compositions the way MacDermont did with his own, fusing inspirations with the same wide-eyed gusto and ending up with the same kind of buoyant and elegant songs".[3] Nathan Rabin, writing for The A.V. Club, called the album "a typically eccentric project for [Stones Throw]" that "finds [...] Oh No transforming the vast archive of Hair composer Galt McDermott into kaleidoscopic beats".[6] AllMusic reviewer John Bush wrote that the album sounds better than the previous Oh No's album, but the production still outshines the lyrics.[2] Del F. Cowie of Exclaim! called the album "a loose, refreshing and invigorating affair" and noted the "ear-grabbing production".[7] Eric Solomon from Prefix praised the instrumentals, which he called "as funky as you might expect", but also criticized some of the guest performances.[8] Andrew Matson of RapReviews ended his review saying that "the crowning achievement is that Oh No has not only made a great album, but also paved the way for rap fans to get into music that they might not check out normally".[9]

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Intro"M. Jackson, G. MacDermot1:36
2."Beware" (featuring Cali Agents)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, J. Greene3:19
3."Black" (featuring Wise Intelligent)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, T. Grimes3:50
4."Get Yours" (featuring Buckshot)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, K. Blake2:56
5."Interlude"M. Jackson, G. MacDermot0:30
6."To Be an MC" (featuring K. Jay)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, K. Jackson3:19
7."To Be an MC Reprise" (featuring K. Jay)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, K. Jackson0:39
8."Keep Tryin'" (featuring Roc C and Aloe Blacc)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, N. Dawkins, D. Smith3:33
9."Know Better" (featuring Wordsworth)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, V. Johnson4:20
10."Second Chance" (featuring Aloe Blacc)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, N. Dawkins3:30
11."Low Coastin'" (featuring A.G.)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, A. Barnes2:57
12."Hank" (featuring LMNO)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, J. Kelly3:41
13."No Aire" (featuring Vast Aire)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, T. Arrington2:23
14."Cut Session" (featuring DJ Romes)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot0:46
15."Smile a Lil Bit" (featuring Posdnuos)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, K. Mercer3:20
16."Keep It Lit" (featuring M.E.D. and Wildchild)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, N. Rodriguez, J. Brown3:03
17."Callin' in T for Some Food"M. Jackson, G. MacDermot0:17
18."T. Biggums" (featuring Dudley Perkins and Georgia Anne Muldrow)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, D. Perkins, G.A. Muldrow4:05
19."In This" (featuring Murs)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, N. Carter3:29
20."Lights Out" (featuring Frank N Dank)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot, D. Harvey, F. Bush3:11
21."Basement Interlude"M. Jackson, G. MacDermot0:52
22."Coffee Cold" (featuring Fergus Macroy)M. Jackson, G. MacDermot1:52

Credits

Credits are adapted from the album's liner notes.[1]

  • Oh No – recording, mixing
  • DJ Romes – recording, mixing
  • Peanut Butter Wolf – executive producer
  • Kelly Hibbert – mastering
  • B+ – photography
  • Jeff Jank – design
  • Eothen "Egon" Alapatt – project coordination
  • Vincent MacDermot – project coordination

References

  1. ^ a b Exodus into Unheard Rhythms (liner notes). Oh No. Los Angeles, California: Stones Throw Records. 2006. STH2143.CS1 maint: others (link)
  2. ^ a b c d Bush, John. "Exodus into Unheard Rhythms - Oh No". AllMusic. Retrieved February 14, 2015.
  3. ^ a b c Macia, Peter (December 13, 2006). "Oh No: Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved February 14, 2015.
  4. ^ "Oh No & Galt MacDermot". Stones Throw Records. 20 November 2005. Retrieved 7 April 2019.
  5. ^ Cho, Jaeki (27 June 2012). "Oh No Talks About His Albums, Having Madlib as an Older Brother, Working with Alchemist & MF Doom". XXL. Retrieved 7 April 2019.
  6. ^ a b Rabin, Nathan (August 23, 2006). "Oh No / Georgia Anne Muldrow". The A.V. Club. Retrieved February 14, 2015.
  7. ^ a b Cowie, Del F. (January 1, 2006). "Oh No - Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms". Exclaim!. Retrieved February 14, 2015.
  8. ^ a b Solomon, Eric (August 9, 2006). "Oh No - Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms". Prefix. Retrieved February 14, 2015.
  9. ^ a b Matson, Andrew (June 20, 2006). "Oh No :: Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms :: Stones Throw Records". Rap Reviews. Retrieved February 14, 2015.

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