Ipecac Neat

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Ipecac Neat
Ipecac Neat.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 16, 2004 (2004-03-16)
GenreAlternative hip hop
Length60:39
LabelDoomtree Records
Rhymesayers Entertainment
ProducerMK Larada, Lazerbeak, P.O.S
P.O.S chronology
Ipecac Neat
(2004)
Audition
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[1]

Ipecac Neat is the first studio album by P.O.S, a member of Minneapolis hip hop collective Doomtree. It was released in 2004 on Doomtree Records, then re-released the next year on Rhymesayers Entertainment.[2]

Music[edit]

Most of the album is produced by P.O.S himself, while crediting some tracks under his alias Emily Bloodmobile.[3] Other production contributions are from MK Larada and Lazerbeak. Guest appearances include Crescent Moon of Kill the Vultures, Turbo Nemesis, Toki Wright, Sims, and I Self Devine.[4]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleProducerLength
1."Gimme Gimme Gunshots"MK Larada4:04
2."Meth-head vs. McNugget"Lazerbeak3:48
3."Hunger Pains Three" (featuring Crescent Moon of Kill the Vultures)P.O.S, Emily Bloodmobile3:42
4."Thatone"P.O.S4:30
5."Sarah Silverman"Emily Bloodmobile1:46
6."Music for Shoplifting"MK Larada3:21
7."Kicking Knowledge in the Face"P.O.S, Emily Bloodmobile4:38
8."Ants" (featuring Toki Wright)P.O.S3:53
9."Kidney Thief"P.O.S4:13
10."Little Kids"P.O.S5:03
11."I Play the Matador (Redo)"P.O.S, Emily Bloodmobile3:13
12."Lifetime...Kid Dynamite" (featuring Sims)P.O.S, Emily Bloodmobile3:46
13."Interlude"P.O.S, Emily Bloodmobile0:23
14."Dead Music" (featuring Crescent Moon)P.O.S, Emily Bloodmobile4:00
15."Duct Tape"Lazerbeak3:48
16."I Play the Matador (Original Redo)" (featuring I Self Devine)P.O.S, Emily Bloodmobile6:31

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brown, Marisa. "Ipecac Neat". AllMusic. Retrieved April 25, 2015.
  2. ^ Spencer, Jack (March 18, 2014). "P.O.S.'s Ipecac Neat is 10 years old (1/3)". City Pages.
  3. ^ Spencer, Jack (March 18, 2014). "P.O.S.'s Ipecac Neat is 10 years old (2/3)". City Pages.
  4. ^ Spencer, Jack (March 18, 2014). "P.O.S.'s Ipecac Neat is 10 years old (3/3)". City Pages.

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