Operation Doom Discography-2006-2017: The Good, The Meh, and The Almost Classic

Operation Doom Discography-2006-2017: The Good, The Meh, and The Almost Classic by Dan-O   The Good: JJ Doom- I knew this album wasn’t for me early in the listening experience. The production style doesn’t fit.  It is very post-Gorillaz (Damon Albarn guests along with Beth Gibbons from Portishead) in its cold robotic bass burbles. JneiroContinue reading “Operation Doom Discography-2006-2017: The Good, The Meh, and The Almost Classic”

#Bandcampgold-Whatever It Takes by The James Hunter Six

#Bandcampgold-Whatever It Takes by The James Hunter Six by Dan-O Music criticism makes my skin crawl when it becomes too coy about areas of specialization. Example: when a soul album like Whatever It Takes by The James Hunter Six comes out the criticism given by experts is very watery and ephemeral “this is nostalgic stuffContinue reading “#Bandcampgold-Whatever It Takes by The James Hunter Six”

Operation Doom Discography 2000-2005

Operation Doom Discography 2000-2005 by Dan-O M.F. Doom was so active during this period of time I am going to have to separate this into stuff you need to hear and stuff you absolutely don’t. Must hear: King Geedorah-Take Me to Your Leader=Simply put one of the best produced independent albums ever. Doom is onContinue reading “Operation Doom Discography 2000-2005”

Mixtape Review-Spiritual Conversations by Mozzy

Mixtape Review-Spiritual Conversations by Mozzy by Dan-O Mozzy is amazing and proof that we are living in amazing times.  My favorite part of Black Panther is when we flash back to 1992 and pan slowly across the basketball court, his voice surfs over the beat and a smile wears my face.  The moment blew myContinue reading “Mixtape Review-Spiritual Conversations by Mozzy”

Operation Doom Discography: Operation Doomsday

Operation Doom Discography: Operation Doomsday by Dan-O Operation Doomsday will last because it is one of those instances where an album saved the form as well as the person who made it. The promise of K.M.D. ended with the death of Zev Love X’s brother and group member DJ Subroc who was killed by a carContinue reading “Operation Doom Discography: Operation Doomsday”