Rebel Yellow

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Rebel Yellow
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Studio album by Cecil Otter
Released August 26, 2008 (2008-08-26) (Doomtree Records
April 1, 2009 (2009-04-01) (Strange Famous Records)
Genre Hip hop, alternative hip hop
Length 40:52
Label Doomtree Records
Strange Famous Records
Producer Cecil Otter, Kareel
Cecil Otter chronology
Cecil Otter's False Hopes
(2005)
Rebel Yellow
(2008)
Porcelain Revolver
(TBA)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk 88%[1]
Sputnikmusic 4.5/5 stars[2]
RapReviews 8/10[3]

Rebel Yellow is the second official album from Cecil Otter, a founding member of Minneapolis indie hip hop collective Doomtree. Originally released on Doomtree Records in 2008, it was re-released on Strange Famous Records in 2009.[4] Vita.mn placed the album at 8th on its list of the Best Local Albums of the 2000s.[5]

Music[edit]

The album is entirely produced by Cecil Otter, with contributions from Kareel. Rebel Yellow included one feature total from fellow Doomtree member P.O.S.[6]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer Length
1. "The Poet Is Rapist" Cecil Otter 4:36
2. "1999" Cecil Otter, Kareel 4:03
3. "Rebel Yellow" Cecil Otter, Kareel 3:28
4. "Sufficiently Breathless" Cecil Otter 3:34
5. "Box Car Diaries" Cecil Otter 4:32
6. "Down, Beast!" Cecil Otter 4:34
7. "Le Facteur" Cecil Otter, Kareel 3:41
8. "Match Book Diaries (Remix)" Cecil Otter 3:19
9. "Demon Girl" Cecil Otter 1:58
10. "Let Me Tell You (Remix)" Cecil Otter 4:08
11. "Traveling Dunktank" (featuring P.O.S) Cecil Otter 3:20
12. "Black Rose" Cecil Otter 3:23
13. "Duel" Cecil Otter 4:15

Credits[edit]

  • Executive prod. Corey Stein
  • Painting by Taylor Dees
  • Lettering by Abe Coleman
  • Layout & Photography by MK Larada
  • Engineered by Joe Mabbott

References[edit]

  1. ^ Klatzke (December 15, 2008). "Cecil Otter - Rebel Yellow". AbsolutePunk. 
  2. ^ Somberlain (April 29, 2010). "Cecil Otter - Rebel Yellow". Sputnikmusic. 
  3. ^ Taylor, Patrick (October 14, 2008). "Cecil Otter :: Rebel Yellow :: Doomtree". RapReviews. 
  4. ^ Savage, Kathryn (June 10, 2009). "Doomtree's Cecil Otter finds his voice apart from the rap pack". City Pages. 
  5. ^ "Best of the '00s: The decade in lists". Vita.mn. August 17, 2012. 
  6. ^ "Cecil Otter - Rebel Yellow - CD - producers, cover art, release date". UGHH. Retrieved 2017-01-16. 

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