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Double vinyl LP pressing. Madlib skipped from #8 to #10 and then kept moving. What happened to #9? It was upstate doing a little time behind bars. Madlib Medicine Show is a music series consisting of experimental hip-hop, jazz fusion, electronic music, and DJ mixes spanning the genres. Originally launched as a one-per-month, year-long series, Madlib Medicine Show #9: Channel 85 presents Nittyville, a full-length hip-hop album featuring Detroit's Frank Nitt, is the first to break the chronology. Frank is Detroit's Frank Nitt, protegee of the late J Dilla, formerly of Frank-n-Dank. Madlib is the Beat Konducta, Quasimoto, half- Madvillain & Jaylib, one of hip-hop's most acclaimed producer's favorite producers. Nittyville is also perhaps the most traditional of the series, and we make no bones about it: one MC, one producer, and a rap record all about stunts, blunts and hip-hop. As for 'Channel 85,' it is far off most dials. This album's concept TV station runs one show only: the comic-drama, reality-musical called Nittyville, featuring Frank, MED, Oh No, Madlib, and a supporting cast of extras. The album is 14 tracks including 10 rap tracks, 4 interludes, and runs 43 minutes.
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G (Good) Record can be played without skipping, but will have significant surface noise, scratches, and visible groove wear. G+ and G- are used to indicate stronger and weaker copies within this range.
*SW/DNAP* Slight warp, does not affect playback
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