Primitive Plus

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Primitive Plus
Studio album by Edan
Released March 19, 2002 (2002-03-19)
Genre Hip Hop
Length 57:18
Label Lewis Recordings
Producer Edan
Edan chronology
Sprain Your Tapedeck
(2001)
Primitive Plus
(2002)
Beauty and the Beat
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Exclaim! mixed[2]

Primitive Plus is the official debut album by American hip hop artist Edan, released on March 19, 2002 on Lewis Recordings.

The album includes frequent references to some of the hip-hop 'greats' such as Big Daddy Kane, Rakim, KRS-One and Kool G. Rap. The song "Ultra '88" being a tribute to Hip-Hop group Ultramagnetic MC's and the song "Rapperfection" being created from a line featured on a song by Kool G. Rap. Edan displays his attributes as a rapper, DJ and Producer on this album and displays his ability to rap in several styles and at different paces. An additional track, "Z Force From The Waves of Pluto", is featured on the Japanese edition of the album. The Album also contains a hidden freestyle which can be heard by allowing the CD version to continue playing once the last track is finished.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "83 Wildin"   2:24
2. "One Man Arsenal"   3:40
3. "Humble Magnificent"   3:00
4. "Migraine (Almighty Dust Mix)"   3:26
5. "Key Bored"   1:36
6. "Emcees Smoke Crack"   3:41
7. "#1 Hit Record"   1:59
8. "Syllable Practice (Original)"   3:02
9. "Good Evening"   0:29
10. "Rapperfection" (featuring Mr. Lif) 3:25
11. "Mic Manipulator"   3:52
12. "Primitive Plus"   2:18
13. "You Suck" (featuring Father Time) 3:47
14. "Run That Shit!"   4:13
15. "Ultra '88 (Tribute)"   2:02
16. "Syllable Practice (12" Version)"   3:07
17. "A.E.O.C."   3:03
18. "Sing It, Shitface"   7:37

References[edit]

  1. ^ Swihart, Stanton. "Primitive Plus - Edan". Allmusic. Retrieved July 7, 2014. 
  2. ^ Quinlan, Thomas (June 2002). "Edan - Primitive Plus". Exclaim!. 

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