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Download links and information about Begborrowsteel by Count Bass D. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 29:29 minutes.

Artist: Count Bass D
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 16
Duration: 29:29
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No. Title Length
1. Bullets Hit Brains 1:58
2. Doxology 0:35
3. The Mingus Sextet 1:07
4. Nina & Weldon 0:49
5. Gimme a Gig 0:32
6. Drug Abusage 1:23
7. Kumbuka Watu Penda Pesa (Pt. 1) 2:16
8. Kumbuka Watu Penda Pesa (Pt. 2) 1:33
9. Des Fauses Impressions 1:34
10. Dollar Bill 2:39
11. Down Easy 3:39
12. New Edition Karaoke 2:03
13. Low Batteries 0:55
14. No. 3 Pencil 1:38
15. Body By Jake 3:22
16. Canerow Waltz 3:26



Similar to MF DOOM and Madlib, Count Bass D has a undeniable knack for making hip-hop pocket symphonies, short-but-sweet tracks that manage to pack piles of charisma into mini masterpieces that often don't even touch the two-minute mark. His winning combination of haphazard spontaneity and intricately layered studio work continues on Begborrowsteel, a 15 track EP overflowing with stream-of-consciousness wordplay and unpredictable beatwork. Subject matter here includes cautionary tales of murderous policemen ("Body By Jake"), post-breakup pontificating ("Down Easy," which flaunts his singing chops), and the power of the dollar on the reggae-fied "Dollar Bill." Also fresh are the oddly titled, string-heavy instrumental "Kumbuka Watu Penda Pesa (Part 1)," and the straight-forward but smooth "New Edition Karaoke." To be sure, the Count's hyper-unique style is not for everyone, and listeners accustomed to the status quo may find themselves initially confused by the mass amounts of experimentation and risk-taking on display, but those with an open mind and open ears are in for a treat.