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Dwight Spitz


Download links and information about Dwight Spitz by Count Bass D. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:11:40 minutes.

Artist: Count Bass D
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:11:40
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No. Title Length
1. Jussa Playa 1:20
2. Aural S(Ect)s 1:30
3. Gon' Get Yours 0:33
4. Antemeridian 1:37
5. Postmeridian 0:56
6. How We Met 1:18
7. Just Say No to Drugs 0:30
8. Sanctuary 1:43
9. Subwoofer (Dumile) 2:11
10. Truth to Light 1:30
11. Real Music vs. Bu11$#!+ 1:29
12. August 25, 2001 3:29
13. Hello Test Test 0:49
14. Blackman Dreams 2:03
15. Reign or Shine 1:28
16. Quite Buttery 1:06
17. Blues for Percy Carey 1:51
18. Seven Years 3:29
19. Ohio Playas 2:07
20. Dwight Spitz 3:18
21. Make a Buck 3:43
22. My First Piece 3:04
23. Take Control 3:44
24. Coming Soon 0:17
25. Beat 4our (Contains hidden track) 26:35



A true multi-dimensional artist, musician/producer/emcee/singer Count Bass D first hit the scene with his cult favorite Pre-Life Crisis, striking a chord with hip-hop fans longing for something more interesting than the usual gangster shenanigans. Classically trained, his refined sense of composition and ear for melody is miles ahead of most, and both are in full effect on Dwight Spitz, his third full-length (and arguably best) in an impressive discography. A potpourri of unorthodox drum programming, left-field sample selection, and freaky synth lines set the tone for the Count's whimsical verbals, referencing jazz legends, religious scripture, and love for his family and friends. Despite its 24 track length, the playlist cruises along at a swift pace, thanks to a diverse style of material, smattering of likeable skits, and some great one-verse mini-jams. Highlights include the woodwind-laced dedication to wifey "Seven Years", Hill Street Blues chop "Blues For Percy Carey," and the sublimely funky "Take Control." Quality guest spots come from MF DOOM and Edan, among others, but its Dwight — Count Bass D himself — who remains the star of the show.