|Origin||Minnesota, United States|
|Genres||Alternative hip hop|
|Labels||Third Earth Music, CMI Productions,|
|Associated acts||Kill the Vultures, Typical Cats, Heiruspecs|
Oddjobs was an American hip hop group from Minnesota. It consisted of Advizer, Crescent Moon, Nomi, Anatomy, and Deetalx. After the breakup of Oddjobs, the members of the group except Deetalx reformed as Kill the Vultures.
Oddjobs released the album, Drums, in 2001. The 12-inch single, "Blue Collar Holler", reached number 6 on the CMJ college radio hip hop chart in 2002. The six-track EP, The Shopkeeper's Wife, was released in 2003. The group toured with DJ Shadow in the same year.
- Advizer (Adam Waytz) - rapper
- Crescent Moon (Alexei Casselle) - rapper
- Nomi (Mario Demira) - rapper
- Anatomy (Stephen Lewis) - producer/DJ
- Deetalx (Devon Callahan) - producer/DJ
- Conflict and Compromise (1999)
- Drums (2002)
- Expose Negative (2004)
- Absorbing Playtime (2000)
- Fun Boy (2003)
- The Shopkeeper's Wife (2003)
- "Dry Bones" (2002)
- "Blue Collar Holler" (2002)
- Sixth Sense - "Laws of Gravity" from Grand's Sixth Sense (2011)
- Swihart, Stanton. "Oddjobas - Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
- Gonzales, Matt (June 18, 2003). "Lyrics Born + Zion I + Lifesavas + Oddjobs". PopMatters.
- McPherson, Steve (November 9, 2006). "Kill the Vultures: Meet the pleasure seekers". Twin Cities Daily Planet.
- Baker, Soren (May 23, 2003). "Oddjobs covers new ground". Chicago Tribune.
- Riemenschneider, Chris (September 12, 2002). "New York state of rhyme: Oddjobs left Twin Cities to find one another". Star Tribune.
- Swihart, Stanton. "The Shopkeeper's Wife - Oddjobs". Allmusic. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
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