Doomtree (album)

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Doomtree
Doomtree - Doomtree.jpg
Studio album by Doomtree
Released July 29, 2008
Genre Hip hop, alternative hip hop
Length 57:40
Label Doomtree Records
Producer MK Larada, Lazerbeak, Paper Tiger, P.O.S, Turbo Nemesis, Maker
Doomtree chronology
False Hopes
(2007)
Doomtree
(2008)
FH:XV (False Hopes 15)
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Okayplayer 7.5/10[1]
Pitchfork Media 6.0/10[2]
Sputnikmusic 4.5/5 stars[3]

Doomtree is the first official album from Minneapolis indie hip hop collective Doomtree. It was released in 2008 on Doomtree Records. After releasing a series of False Hopes albums, the crew decided it was finally time to release a true album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Close Your Ears"   MK Larada, Turbo Nemesis 1:24
2. "Drumsticks" Cecil Otter, Mike Mictlan, Dessa, P.O.S, Sims Lazerbeak 2:37
3. "Gander Back" Mike Mictlan, P.O.S, Sims P.O.S, Turbo Nemesis 3:18
4. "The Wren" Sims, Dessa Lazerbeak 3:43
5. "Gameshow Host" Mike Mictlan, Sims, Cecil Otter Lazerbeak, Turbo Nemesis 3:58
6. "Dots & Dashes" Dessa, P.O.S MK Larada 3:24
7. "Game Over (Go Big or Go Home Boy)" Mike Mictlan Paper Tiger, Turbo Nemesis 3:30
8. "Real Class"   MK Larada 0:49
9. "Last Call" Dessa, Cecil Otter MK Larada 4:15
10. "Accident" Sims, P.O.S Lazerbeak 3:39
11. "Sadie Hawkins" Dessa Maker 2:57
12. "The Walrus"   MK Larada 0:49
13. "Twentyfourseven" I Self Devine, Sims, Mike Mictlan Lazerbeak 3:30
14. "Let Me Tell You Baby" Cecil Otter MK Larada 3:19
15. "Down the Line" Sims, Mike Mictlan Lazerbeak 3:20
16. "Kid Gloves" Mike Mictlan, Dessa Lazerbeak 3:35
17. "Pop Gun War" Sims Lazerbeak 2:54
18. "Reintroduction"   MK Larada, Turbo Nemesis 0:42
19. "Liver Let Die" P.O.S Paper Tiger 2:55
20. "I'm Talking" Sims, Mike Mictlan, Crescent Moon, P.O.S Lazerbeak 3:46
21. "Jaded" Dessa, Cecil Otter, P.O.S MK Larada 3:07

Album chart positions[edit]

Year Album Peak Chart Positions
Top Heatseekers (West North Central)
2007 Doomtree #7

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martin, Andrew (September 14, 2008). "Doomtree". Okayplayer. 
  2. ^ Westhoff, Ben (August 29, 2008). "Doomtree: Doomtree". Pitchfork Media. 
  3. ^ Inveigh (April 2, 2010). "Doomtree - Doomtree". Sputnikmusic. 

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