The original album was a successful collaboration which weaved interludes and inspiration from Adult Swim TV show characters like Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Space Ghost, Harvey Birdman. Guests included Talib Kweli, Ghostface Killah, and Cee Lo Green.
The 3xLP vinyl remastered reissue courtesy of DOOM’s own label METALFACE Records has extra tracks and comes with the previously digital-only Occult Hymn EP and two more tracks, ‘Mad Nice’ featuring The Roots’ Black Thought & Vinny Price, one of which you can hear below.
Update: It’s 2016, I found this post and enjoyed it. I’ve now added a Spotify playlist of all of the albums available.
Below is a list of my favourite records of the ten years between the turn of the millenium, the year 2000 and 2010. Ranking these albums was led by a) what the album means to me and b) how often I’d listen to it. Each and every one of these albums blew me away repeatedly at some time between the ages of 18 and 27. Each one has something special going for it, something magical that brings me back to it. For that I can only thank the creators of each.
Without further ado, here are my favourite 50 albums from the decade. And remember, you can’t be wrong if they are your favourites.