Bottle of Humans

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Bottle of Humans
Studio album by Sole
Released August 8, 2000 (2000-08-08)
Genre Alternative hip hop
Length 72:36
Label Anticon
Producer Controller 7, Matth, Alias, Daddy Kev, Odd Nosdam, Jel, Sixtoo, Raggedy Andy, Moodswing9, Panic, Scott Matelic, DJ Mayonnaise, Wes Bonifay
Sole chronology
Bottle of Humans
Selling Live Water
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Rap Reviews (8/10)[2]

Bottle of Humans is the first studio album by American hip hop musician Sole, released on Anticon in 2000.[3] It reached number 14 on the CMJ New Music Monthly's Top 25 Hip-Hop chart.[4]


A dispute with Anticon's distributor caused the album to go out of print until it was remastered and reissued in 2003 with minor changes to the artwork and track listing.

"Nothing Fell Apart", "Understanding" and "MC Howard Hughes" were removed from the 2003 reissue. Also, on the cover art of the original issue, the words "sole" and "bottle of humans" appear to be pasted on. In the 2003 issue, the text is redone as it was meant to look, with no white border around the text.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Dismantling of Sole's Ego" Controller 7 3:03
2. "I Don't Rap in Bumper Stickers" Matth 2:49
3. "Tourist Trapeze" Alias 3:13
4. "Famous Last Words" Daddy Kev 4:42
5. "Bottle of Humans" Alias 6:28
6. "Man and Woman" Odd Nosdam 1:50
7. "Center City" (featuring Why?) Jel 4:37
8. "Furthermore" Controller 7 4:03
9. "Nothing Fell Apart" (featuring Sixtoo) Sixtoo 3:00
10. "Very Important Message"   0:56
11. "Sole Has Issues" Raggedy Andy 5:56
12. "Our Dirty Big Secret" (featuring Alias, The Pedestrian, and Doseone) Matth 4:11
13. "Save the Children" Moodswing9, Panic 4:24
14. "Suicide Song" Matth 5:54
15. "Year of the $exxx $ymbol" Scott Matelic 4:09
16. "Understanding" Scott Matelic 4:49
17. "MC Howard Hughes" DJ Mayonnaise 3:41
18. "Bottle of Leftovers" Odd Nosdam 1:15
19. "Home" Wes Bonifay 3:37


  1. ^ Swihart, Stanton. "Bottle of Humans - Sole". AllMusic. Retrieved January 11, 2015. 
  2. ^ Juon, Steve (November 8, 2000). "Sole :: Bottle of Humans :: Anticon". Rap Reviews. 
  3. ^ Murphy, Tom (March 13, 2014). "Anticon co-founder Sole finds inspiration in Denver's activists". Westword. 
  4. ^ "Hip-Hop". CMJ New Music Monthly (87): 83. November 2000. 

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