Consistency Theory

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Consistency Theory
1200 Techniques - Consistency Theory.jpg
Studio album by 1200 Techniques
Released 9 January 2004
Recorded 2003
Genre Hip hop
Length 65:11
Label Rubber/Sony
Producer DJ Peril
1200 Techniques chronology
Choose One
(2002)
Consistency Theory
(2004)

Consistency Theory is the second album by Australian hip-hop group 1200 Techniques, which peaked at No. 38 on the ARIA Albums Chart.[1] Released on 9 January 2004, it sees the group moving away from the diverse influences of their first album, to a more straightforward, arguably commercial hip-hop sound.

The commercial approach is also reflected in the CD artwork, which incorporates thematic elements more reminiscent of the group's American counterparts.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Kem's Theme"
  2. "B-boy Shit"
  3. "Eye of the Storm"
  4. "Knock Knock" (featuring Koolism)
  5. "George the Gangsta Skit"
  6. "The Word" (featuring Krondon)
  7. "Where Ur At"
  8. "Seduction is Evil (She's Hot)"
  9. "Looking Back 'Nothin but Love'" (featuring Motion Man)
  10. "Welcome Aboard"
  11. "Takin' U Back"
  12. "Feel the Music" (featuring Maya Jupiter)
  13. "Robbo Skit 2"
  14. "Haterade" (featuring Rodney P & Ken Hell)
  15. "Fork in the Road" (featuring Rashad Haughton)
  16. "Consistency Theory" (featuring Kristin)
  17. "U Can Make It"
  18. "Got 2 Survive"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hung, Steffen. "Discography 1200 Techniques". Australian Charts Portal. Hung Medien. Retrieved 15 February 2017.