Sole - A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing (2012)
Title Of Album: A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing
Year Of Release: 2012-11-13
Label: Black Canyon
Total Time: 45:27 min
Total Size: 319 MB
1."Non Workers of the World" (featuring William Ryan Fritch)
4."Assad Is Dead" (written by Pedestrian)
6."Last Earth" (featuring William Ryan Fritch)
7."The Untouchables" (featuring Green Carpeted Stairs)
8."The Void Which Binds" (featuring Real Magic)
9."Letter to a Young Rapper"
12."Definition of Slave" (featuring Open Mike Eagle)
2012 release, Sole's first solo album in seven years. The album is about resistance, power, global revolution and philosophy. The title is lifted from a Marx letter by the same name. This avant-garde hip-hop album takes the rap-as-critical-theory aesthetic that Sole has developed over the past few years on the Nuclear Winter mixtapes to a more concrete and original musical format. Following up on the critical success of Hello Cruel World, A Ruthless Criticism is the next logical step in this development of rap music; it is challenging and sometimes poppy while still pushing things in a more experimental, belligerent and militant direction. Like Sole's previous solo albums, A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing has a multitude of collaborations with various producers, and features Busdriver, Alias, Open Mike Eagle, Alias, Ryan Hemsworth, Ausker, Factor, Man Mantis and others.
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