Giga Single

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Giga Single
Compilation album
Released April 13, 2001 (2001-04-13)
Genre Hip hop
Length 63:13
Label Anticon
Producer DJ Mayonnaise, Alias, Odd Nosdam, Why?, Buck 65, Myleself, Sixtoo, Leland, Emynd, Themselves, Controller 7
Anticon chronology
Music for the Advancement of Hip Hop
(1999)Music for the Advancement of Hip Hop1999
Giga Single
(2001)
Anticon Label Sampler: 1999-2004
(2004)Anticon Label Sampler: 1999-20042004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
UKHH favorable[1]
Abcdr du Son favorable[2]

Giga Single is a compilation album released by American hip hop record label Anticon in 2001.

Reception[edit]

Brian Coleman of CMJ New Music Monthly said: "Ranging from the mellow, soul-searching posse manifesto 'We Ain't Fessin'' to Buck 65's Dr. Octagon-ish 'Pen Thief' and Controller 7's excellent instrumental workout, 'Heckles From The Peanut Gallery,' Anticon's strength is obviously its range, with a thread of intelligence, humility and imagination running at all times."[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "We Ain't Fessin'" Anticon 4:39
2. "Silence (Poor Me Pt. 7)" Sole 5:37
3. "You'll Know Where Your Plane Is..." Why? 2:50
4. "Pen Thief" Buck 65 4:38
5. "Inherited Scars" Sage Francis 4:32
6. "Outlook" Josh Martinez 4:31
7. "Watching Water" Alias 4:06
8. "Grimey Inks the Moment" Sixtoo 2:42
9. "Ode to the Modern Woman" DJ Mayonnaise 3:35
10. "A.D.D." Sole & Dose 3:29
11. "Attack of the Post Modern Pat Boones" Object Beings 3:04
12. "Infomercial" Stuffed Animals 1:32
13. "Eat" Odd Nosdam 1:18
14. "Pedestrian for Vessel" Brandon 5:34
15. "My Way Out of a Paper Bag" Themselves 5:33
16. "Heckles from the Peanut Gallery" Controller 7 4:07
17. "Do the Coffee Grind Dis Dance" Private Dancer 1:25

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kaplunk, Sumo (2001). "Anticon - The giga single LP". UKHH. Retrieved March 9, 2015. 
  2. ^ Fantôme, Chat (August 1, 2001). "Anticon - Giga Single". Abcdr du Son. Retrieved March 9, 2015. 
  3. ^ Coleman, Brian (March 2001). "Hip-Hop". CMJ New Music Monthly (91): 85. 

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