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Unexpected Guests (DOOM Presents)


Download links and information about Unexpected Guests (DOOM Presents) by Doom. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:38:10 minutes.

Artist: Doom
Release date: 2009
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:38:10
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No. Title Length
1. Fly That Knot (feat. DOOM) (featuring Talib Kweli) 3:19
2. Sniper Elite (featuring J Dilla) 1:56
3. Yikes (feat. DOOM) (featuring Scienz Of Life) 1:05
4. Sorcerers (featuring Kmd) 3:01
5. Da Supafriendz (feat. DOOM) (featuring Vast Aire) 2:58
6. Quite Buttery (feat. DOOM) (featuring Count Bass D) 1:19
7. ? (feat. Kurious) 3:26
8. All Outta Ale (feat. DOOM) (featuring The Prof) 3:08
9. E.N.Y. House (featuring Masta Killa) 2:33
10. Bells of DOOM (feat. DOOM) (featuring The Prof) 2:31
11. My Favorite Ladies 2:37
12. Street Corners (DOOM Remix) (featuring Masta Killa) 3:37
13. Angeles 3:18
14. Fire Wood Drumstykx (feat. DOOM) (featuring J Dilla) 1:30
15. The Unexpected (feat. DOOM and Sean Price) (featuring Babu) 3:39
16. Project Jazz (featuring Hell Razah) 3:38
17. Black Gold (featuring John Robinson) 3:32
18. I Hear Voices (Live) 1:49
19. Unexpected Guests Mix 49:14



Perennial indie-rap favorite, MF DOOM has amassed a gigantic catalog and fawning global fanbase ever since reinventing himself as the metal-faced super-villain in the late ‘90s. He's scored underground hits with quality solo albums under multiple aliases (King Geedorah, Viktor Vaughn, Metal Fingaz) and various collaborative projects (Madvillain, Dangerdoom) alike, all the while maintaining his signature style of raspy flows, complex reference-heavy lyricism, and jazz-touched sample-based production. On Unexpected Guests, he compiles 18 tracks of random guest appearances, little-heard collaborations, obscure remixes, and vinyl-only joints. The visiting talent assembled on here in impressive in itself; Dilla, Vast Aire, Talib Kweli, and Masta Killa all appear, while standout selections include "Quite Buttery" (from Count Bass D's Dwight Spitz), "Angels" with Ghostface, "Yikes" with Scienz of Life, and "?" featuring longtime homie Kurious, originally released on the classic Operation: Doomsday. A dope compilation from one of the game's most unique MCs.