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Deltron 3030 - Deltron 3030 flac album

Performer: Deltron 3030
Title: Deltron 3030
Style: Underground Rap,Alternative Rap
Duration: 01:00:18
Relesed: May 23, 2000
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 470
Other formats: DMF AIFF MP1 MOD VOX AU

It was released in October 17, 2000 by 75 Ark. It is a rap opera concept album set in a dystopian year 3030.

This is the OFFICIAL Deltron 3030 page. Get the New Album, Photos.

The epic opening song from Deltron 3030’s classic self titled album. In the song, Del paints a vivid picture of the post-apocalyptic world in the year 3030, and sets the stage for the rest of the album. The song contains samples from the song Introit by William Sheller. And also a drum sample from Cerrone’s Rocket in the Pocket. Engineered By Scott Harding. Composed by Dan the Automator. Mixing Dan the Automator.

On Deltron 3030, he unravels an album-length narrative about the titular year, in which he's a superhero named Deltron Zero (a plot not entirely dissimilar from that of RZA's Bobby Digital). Armed with his two sidekicks, the Automator (here saddled with the unfortunate sobriquet "The Cantankerous Captain Aptos") and scratch mastermind Kid Koala (aka "Skiznod the Boy Wonder"), Deltron-Z combs the galaxy, supporting his secretive Earthling existence by participating in weird rap battles where one'. Paired with the Automator, the Kool corned poet laureate of creepy, oppressive beats, Del has finally sent himself where he belonged to begin with: outer space. On Deltron 3030, he unravels an album-length narrative about the titular year, in which he's a superhero named Deltron Zero (a plot not entirely dissimilar from that of RZA's Bobby Digital).

Deltron 3030's self-titled debut is exactly what you might expect from such a teaming: a wildly imaginative, unabashedly geeky concept album about interplanetary rap warriors battling to restore humanity's hip-hop supremacy in a corporate-dominated dystopia (or something like that). It's difficult to follow the concept all the way through, but it hardly matters, because Deltron 3030 is some of the best work both Del and Dan have ever done

The Deltron 3030 album might not have been an album that did huge sales, but it is certainly an album that has conquered the hearts of many. It was out of print for years, but was reissued in 2008. How does this one hold up after so many years? Del becomes Deltron Zero on this album and takes us to the year 3030. A year where humans are oppressed by the powers that be and especially hip hop is being oppressed. Deltron is a soldier who fights the regime and battles through hip hop music. What the content of Deltron 3030 boils down too is pretty much braggadocio and battle raps.

3030 from the album Deltron 3030. Things You Can Do from the album Deltron 3030 (DEL): "3030 way past the millennium, check it out" (Verse 1) Yo, Deltron thunderforce, Ain't no other so. .

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 State of the Nation Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 0:25
2 3030 Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 7:29
3 The Fantabulous Rap Extravaganza Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 0:21
4 Things You Can Do Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 4:59
5 Positive Contact Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 4:42
6 St. Catherine St. Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 0:43
7 Virus Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 4:26
8 Upgrade (A Brymar College Course) Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 4:10
9 New Coke Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 0:41
10 Mastermind Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 3:34
11 National Movie Review Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 0:53
12 Madness Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 4:38
13 Meet Cleofis Randolph the Patriarch Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 4:59
14 Time Keeps on Slipping Damon Albarn / Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 0:49
15 The News (A Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Microsoft Inc.) Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 3:33
16 Turbulence Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 0:36
17 The Fantabulous Rap Extravanganza, Pt. 2 Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 0:37
18 Battlesong Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 4:07
19 Love Story Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 0:31
20 Memory Loss Dan the Automator / Teren Jones / Sean Lennon Deltron 3030 3:26
21 The Assmann 640 Speaks Dan the Automator / Teren Jones Deltron 3030 4:39

Credits

Damon Albarn - Composer
MC Paul Barman - Guest Artist
Mark Bell - Remixing
Vernon Brown - Vocals
Dan the Automator - Composer, Producer
Del the Funky Homosapien - Vocals
Deltron 3030 - Primary Artist
Scott Harding - Engineer
Teren Jones - Composer
Kid Koala - DJ
Sean Lennon - Composer, Guest Artist, Vocals
Money Mark - Vocals
Brad Roberts - Vocals
P. Wingerter - Vocals
Reviews (1)
caif
A genuine, one-of-a-kind masterpiece. I already reviewed the solo album Del the Funky Homosapien released in 2000, Both Sides of the Brain, and while I loved that album, this one blows it out of the water. The story of this concept album is hard to follow, but I mostly just see it as a framework for some sci-fi themed beats and rhymes. And it's hard to think of anyone better equipped to do that than Del and Dan the Automator. Del's rhymes are ridiculously well-crafted, with the kind of multi-syllabic inner rhyming that would give even early Eminem a run for his money. And unlike Eminem, Del's creativity doesn't rely on shock value - sure, the sci-fi concepts might get gimmicky at times, but other than in the battle rap songs, it's not a problem. I was surprised at how seriously Del took the concept of this album, in songs like Virus and Turbulence - where he makes genuinely relevant songs about oppressive governments - or in Madness - where he talks about his grievances with the culture of hip-hop. But even when he's not doing that, the rapping is just plain fun. If you can resist geeking out over 3030 or Upgrade, you're a stronger person than me. Del is as clever as ever, and with this premise behind him, his rhymes are even more creative than usual. It helps that he gets Dan the Automator behind him, for some excellent sci-fi beats. Dan's a bit less consistent than Del, but at his best - 3030, Turbulence, Battlesong - the beats do an amazing job of evoking both an epic space opera and a brutal battle rap. This is the ultimate sonic intersection between Ender's Game and Big L, and there are few people who I'd rather have give it to me than Dan. I really love the west coast scene of the late 90s and early 00s, and this is easily that scene's crowning achievement. If you like hip-hop of any kind, but especially if you like sci-fi or nerdy battle raps, I find it hard to imagine you not falling in love with this album.

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