Dr. No's Ethiopium

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Dr. No's Ethiopium
Ethiopium Album Cover.jpg
Studio album by Oh No
Released November 16, 2009
Genre Hip hop
Trip hop
Ethiopian music
Instrumental hip hop
Label Disruption Productions
Producer Oh No
Oh No chronology
Dr. No's Oxperiment (2007) Dr. No's Ethiopium
(2009)
Sawblade EP (With The Alchemist, as Gangrene)
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Hip Hop DX 4/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media" (7.7/10)[2]

Dr. No's Ethiopium is the fourth album by hip hop rapper and producer Oh No. The solely instrumental album was released by Stones Throw Records in 2009, and is described as an "album inspired-by and sampled-from rare 60s and 70s Ethiopian funk, jazz, folk, soul and psychedelic rock." [3] The track "The Funk" was used in a Mountain Dew commercial. According to an article in the LA Times, that TV placement "beat CD sales 10 to 1 in terms of profit".[4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Pardon Me"
  2. "Madness"
  3. "The Funk"
  4. "Concentrate"
  5. "Xcalibur"(samples "Asheweyna" by Mahmoud Ahmed)
  6. "Pussy"
  7. "Adventure"
  8. "Soul Of Ethiopia"
  9. "Dare Say"
  10. "World Traveler"
  11. "Scary"
  12. "Carnival"
  13. "Louder"
  14. "Electronic Monsters"
  15. "Problematic"
  16. "Fuego Tribe"
  17. "Mindnight Missions"
  18. "Melody Mix"
  19. "Drive By"
  20. "Juke Joint"(samples "Gubelye" by Mulatu Astatque)
  21. "Loopadors"
  22. "Laxatives"
  23. "Raw Block"
  24. "Sneaky"
  25. "A Hundred"
  26. "Ox Therapy"
  27. "Butta"
  28. "All My"
  29. "Fresh Bacon"
  30. "Crazzzzy"
  31. "Funeral Parlor"
  32. "Strong"
  33. "Questions"
  34. "The Pain"
  35. "Great Oracle"(samples Yegelle Tezeta by Mulatu Astatke)
  36. "Whoo Doo"
  • All tracks written by Oh No.

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