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Out of Business (Limited Edition)


Download links and information about Out of Business (Limited Edition) by EPMD. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 01:40:38 minutes.

Artist: EPMD
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 27
Duration: 01:40:38
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 2:18
2. Pioneers 3:14
3. Right Now 3:51
4. Check 1, 2 3:16
5. Symphony (featuring M. O. P.) 3:01
6. Hold Me Down 3:34
7. Rap Is Still Outta Control (featuring Busta Rhymes) 3:33
8. The Fan 3:03
9. Draw 3:22
10. U Got Shot (featuring 8-Off Agallah) 3:38
11. House Party 3:52
12. The Funk 2:08
13. Symphony 2000 (featuring Method Man, Lady Luck, Redman) 4:03
14. Jane 6 4:22
15. It's My Thang '99 (featuring DJ Clue) 5:37
16. You Gots 2 Chill '97 3:27
17. Strictly Business 4:39
18. So Whatcha Sayin' 4:28
19. Big Payback 4:04
20. Get the Bozack 4:33
21. Please Listen to My Demo 2:49
22. Gold Digger 5:02
23. Rampage (featuring LL Cool J) 3:49
24. Crossover 3:48
25. Headbanger (featuring Redman) 4:51
26. Never Seen Before 2:50
27. Da Joint 3:26



Over the course of the ‘90s EPMD refined its sound, distilling their obese funk loops to straight-line rhythms, and the lethargic lyrical flows to tight verses. The duo created several new-era anthems, a handful of which are contained on their last album of the ‘90's, Out of Business. “Check 1, 2,” “Symphony,” and “Hold Me Down” are tough and tightly knit — they blend the best of old EPMD with tips gleaned from more recent masters like DJ Premier, whose chopping techniques reappear throughout the album. The only downside to the new EPMD style is that while powerful, it is sometimes too clean. The best moments of Out of Business are “Right Now” and “Jane 6,” which allow the bass to lay sloppy in the cut, like extra cheese and onions falling out the side of a grinder. As a bonus, the second disc contains a selection of the duo’s greatest hits. Those songs need no introduction — they are forever peculiar, forever potent, forever relevant.