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Temporarily Disconnected


Download links and information about Temporarily Disconnected by 24 - 7 Spyz. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative, Funk genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 44:59 minutes.

Artist: 24 - 7 Spyz
Release date: 1994
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative, Funk
Tracks: 11
Duration: 44:59
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No. Title Length
1. Dogs Come Out 2:28
2. Outta Mind, Outta Time 3:43
3. Fire & Water 1:55
4. Why 3:58
5. Body Thief 3:34
6. Choose Me 4:42
7. Heart of Fire 6:08
8. Stoner 5:57
9. Boots 3:25
10. Agroovendee! 4:27
11. Coose Me(For Those Who Like It Rough In the Middle) [Remix] 4:42



The 24-7 Spyz combination of soul, funk, jazz, and metal on display throughout 1995's Temporarily Disconnected is by no means a breakthrough for the group or its fans. After following Living Colour into the metal-as-practiced-by-black-musicians void, 24-7 Spyz tried mightily to not only avoid the predictable stereotypes, but also had to overcome comparisons to the one and only group that ever made a serious and successful effort at what they were also attempting. All preconceptions aside, if the particular brand of eclectic hard rock or metal that 24-7 Spyz practiced didn't sound like Living Colour — soaring, soulful vocals laid over angular, jazz-inflected metal riffing with only occasional references to the Black Sabbath chordings from which so many Caucasian outfits draw their rhythmic influence — then nothing did. There are some hard-driving metal standouts like "Fire and Water" and "Heart of Fire," but the almost wave-ish soft jazz of "Choose Me" — while brilliantly executed — would certainly confound even open-minded metal fans. The jagged musical gifts that this band possesses are on full display on this record, but Temporarily Disconnected is just too scattered to warrant a strong recommendation.