Temporary Forever

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Temporary Forever
Studio album by Busdriver
Released 2002 (2002)
Genre Indie hip hop
Length 63:55
Label Temporary Whatever
Producer Cerebro, Daddy Kev, Paris Zax, O.D., Conartist, Marques Broadwell, Hive
Busdriver chronology
Memoirs of the Elephant Man
(1999)
Temporary Forever
(2002)
Cosmic Cleavage
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
CMJ New Music Monthly favorable[2]
Exclaim! favorable[3]
Urban Smarts (84/100)[4]

Temporary Forever is a studio album by American indie hip hop artist Busdriver. It was released on Temporary Whatever in 2002. It features guest appearances from Radioinactive, Rhetoric, Of Mexican Descent, and Aceyalone. Most of the tracks were recorded and mixed by Daddy Kev, who is a co-executive producer of the album. All scratching on the album was done by D-Styles.

Reception[edit]

In 2008, Vibe chose the album as one of the 24 Lost Rap Classics, noting that "his adenoidal flow, a breathless bundle of consonants and exclamation points, will challenge anyone looking to tune the MC out."[5]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer Length
1. "New Aquarium"   Cerebro, Daddy Kev 1:07
2. "Imaginary Places"   Paris Zax 3:15
3. "Along Came a Biter"   Paris Zax 4:05
4. "Idle Chatter"   O.D. 3:38
5. "Gun Control"   Paris Zax 3:11
6. "Mindcrossings"   Daddy Kev 2:56
7. "Suing Sony"   Daddy Kev 2:46
8. "Stylin' Under Pressure"   Busdriver 2:20
9. "Single Cell Ego"   Daddy Kev 2:39
10. "Somethingness" (featuring Radioinactive and Rhetoric) Conartist 6:08
11. "Driver's Manual"   Daddy Kev 0:50
12. "The Truth of Spontaneous Human Combustion" (featuring Of Mexican Descent) Marques Broadwell 4:39
13. "Opposable Thumbs"   Paris Zax 4:43
14. "Unplanned Parenthood"   Paris Zax 1:44
15. "Jazz Fingers" (featuring Aceyalone) O.D. 4:34
16. "Reality Sandwich"   Hive 4:14
17. "Wrong Route"   Cerebro, Daddy Kev 1:03
18. "Post Apocalyptic Rap Blues"   Paris Zax 10:04

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bush, John. "Temporary Forever - Busdriver". Allmusic. Retrieved September 8, 2014. 
  2. ^ Weingarten, Christopher R. (October 2002). "Busdriver - Temporary Forever". CMJ New Music Monthly: 44. 
  3. ^ Quinlan, Thomas (October 2002). "Busdriver - Temporary Forever". Exclaim!. 
  4. ^ Tadah. "Temporary Forever". Urban Smarts. Retrieved September 8, 2014. 
  5. ^ Fennessey, Sean (August 2008). "Busdriver - Temporary Forever". Vibe: 75. 

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