|From 2007 we have an album who’s genre is defined by Wikipedia as “industrial hip hop”. I didn’t even realize that genre existed, it must be next to “poptronica” at your local Sam Goody. This is Saul Williams’ 3rd album and is nearly a split album with Trent Reznor (of Nine inch Nails fame). Atticus Ross is also listed on the liner notes, if you don’t know who that is he’s Reznor’s longtime collaborator and if I’m not mistaken he shared the “Social Network” music score Oscar that Reznor recently won. The wiki page doesn’t have a wealth of information so there’s not much else I can say beyond “enjoy the next 60:44”.
http://grooveshark.com/#/album/The+Inevitable+Rise+And+Liberation+Of+Niggytardust+/2852797?src=5 (the album is 15 songs long in its original form. You’ll notice that songs 2 and 3 are missing from the initial list. Click “show more songs” at the bottom and add 2 and 3 in)
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