Politics as Usual

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Politics As Usual
Studio album by Termanology
Released September 30, 2008
Recorded 2006-2008
Genre Hip hop
Length 45:37
Label ST Records
Nature Sounds
Producer DJ Premier, Easy Mo Bee, The Alchemist, Nottz, Hi-Tek, Pete Rock, Buckwild, Large Professor, Havoc
Termanology chronology
Da Cameo King
(2008)
Politics As Usual
(2008)
50 Bodies 2
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllHipHop.com 8/10 stars link
HipHopDX.com 3.5/5 stars link
RapReviews.com 7.5/10 link
Okayplayer 91/100 link
The Phoenix 4/4 stars link
TheSmokingSection 3.5/5 stars link
Spin 4/5 stars link

Politics As Usual is the second album by the Massachusetts-based rapper Termanology. A music video for "How We Rock" was released in early 2009.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer Length
1. "It's Time"   Easy Mo Bee 0:53
2. "Watch How It Go Down"   DJ Premier 4:00
3. "Respect My Walk"   Buckwild 3:03
4. "Hood Shit" (featuring Prodigy) The Alchemist 3:55
5. "Float"   Nottz 3:15
6. "Please Don't Go"   Nottz 4:27
7. "How We Rock" (featuring Bun B) DJ Premier 3:57
8. "Drugs Crime Gorrilaz" (featuring Freeway & Sheek Louch) Nottz 3:51
9. "In The Streets" (featuring Lil' Fame) Hi-Tek 3:53
10. "So Amazing"   DJ Premier 3:52
11. "Sorry I Lied To You"   Large Professor 3:03
12. "We Killin' Ourselves"   Pete Rock 3:58
13. "The Chosen (Resurrecting The Game)"   Havoc 3:25

Bonus track[edit]

No. Title Producer Length
1. "Fly Away"   Pro Logic 3:06
2. "Hold That"   Pete Rock 3:02

Sample credits[edit]

  • "Watch How It Go Down" - Contains a sample of "World Famous" by M.O.P.
  • "How We Rock" - Contains a sample of "Kitty With the Bent Frame" by Quincy Jones
  • "Float" - Contains a sample of "Float On' by The Floaters
  • "Please Don't Go" - Contains a sample of "I'm Without a Girl" by The Mighty Marvelows
  • "So Amazing" - Contains a sample of "You Made Me Believe" by Marilyn Scott
  • "Hood Shit" - Contains a sample of "Stand By" by Rick Wakeman

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