The Dynospectrum

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The Dynospectrum
Studio album by The Dynospectrum
Released March 3, 1998 (1998-03-03)
Recorded 1997
Genre Underground hip hop
Length 72:23
Label Rhymesayers Entertainment
Producer Solomon Grundy (Ant)
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Sputnikmusic 5.0 (classic)[1]

The Dynospectrum is the only studio album from The Dynospectrum, a hip hop group consisting of Beyond (now known as Sab the Artist), Atmosphere, Swift of Phull Surkle, and I Self Devine of Micranots. They performed under the pseudonyms General Woundwart, Sept Sev Sev Two, Solomon Grundy, Mr. Gene Poole, and Pat Juba, respectively.

The album was entirely produced by Rhymesayers in-house producer Ant of Atmosphere who assumed the name Solomon Grundy for the project. It was released on Rhymesayers Entertainment in 1998.

In a 2008 interview with Impose Magazine, Slug said, "When we made the Dynospectrum, I was so high, I really thought we were like a legion of superheroes."[2]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Length Sample
1 You Can Lose Your Mind 4:59 "Alter Ego" by Joe Farrell Quartet
2 Introspectrum 2:05 "The Lovers" by Les McCann
3 Headphone Static 3:56 "On the Radio" by Crash Crew
4 Permanent on Surfaces 4:51
5 Breath of Fresh 4:44 "Fly" by Don Sebesky
6 The Winter Moon 5:30 "In The Evening By The Moonlight" by Duke Aces
7 Brief Interlude 0:42 "The Day Begins" by Moody Blues
8 Appearing Live 5:32 "Cry Baby Cry" by Ramsey Lewis
9 Southside Myth 4:48 "Planet Caravan" by Black Sabbath
10 Traction 4:06 "Droppin' Science" by Marley Marl
11 Decompression Chamber 4:43 "North Carolina" by Les McCann
"Ostinato(Suite for Angela)" by Herbie Hancock
12 Evidence of Things Not Seen 4:24
13 Superior Friends 3:52
14 I Wouldn't Want You to Die Uninformed 3:05
15 Tenfold 3:34 "A Tune for Tony" by Bert Kaempfert
16 Anything Is Everything 4:53 "Wildflower" by Hank Crawford
17 Armor 6:46 "A Dream" by Mystic Moods Orchestra
"Sayonara" by Mystic Moods Orchestra
"Once In a Lifetime Thing" by Gladys Knight & the Pips


  1. ^ Jalmax, Kevin (March 29, 2009). "Dynospectrum - Dynospectrum". Sputnikmusic. 
  2. ^ Gillespie, Blake (April 18, 2008). "Minneapolis is Rhymesayers". Impose Magazine. 

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