Something Wicked This Way Comes (The Herbaliser album)
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|Something Wicked this Way Comes|
|Studio album by The Herbaliser|
|Released||19 March 2002|
|Genre||Nu Jazz / Hip-Hop|
|The Herbaliser chronology|
|Pitchfork Media||7.0/10 link|
The album's title is taken from the William Shakespeare play Macbeth (see Something Wicked this Way Comes). The song 'Something Wicked' features several lines from Macbeth, including "...when the battle's lost, and won."
- "Something Wicked" (featuring Seaming To)
- "Verbal Anime" (featuring Rakaa-Iriscience)
- "Time 2 Build" (featuring Blade)
- "24 Carat Blag"
- "Mr. Holmes"
- "Good Girl Gone Bad" (featuring Wildflower)
- "The Hard Stuff"
- "Distinguished Jamaican English" (featuring Phi Life Cypher)
- "Worldwide Connected"
- "The Turnaround"
- "Battle of Bongo Hill"
- "It Ain't Nuttin'" (featuring MF Doom)
- The song "Battle Of Bongo Hill", was featured in an Adult Swim promo for Lupin III and in Postal film.
- The song "It Ain't Nuttin", was featured in the soundtrack for the game Tony Hawk's Underground.
- The song "Time 2 Build", was featured in the soundtracks to the Xbox game Project Gotham Racing 2 and the PlayStation 2 game Downhill Domination.
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