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Presidential Suite


Download links and information about Presidential Suite by Gonzales. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Jazz, Pop, Bop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 44:10 minutes.

Artist: Gonzales
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Jazz, Pop, Bop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 44:10
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No. Title Length
1. So-Called Party Over There 3:51
2. Shameless Eyes feat. Feist (featuring Feist) 3:07
3. Scheme And Variations 2:01
4. You Snooze You Lose 3:08
5. 1000 Faces feat. Taylor Savvy & Max Turner (featuring Taylor Savvy, Max Turner) 3:15
6. Political Platform Shoes 2:25
7. Take Me To Broadway 2:58
8. The Joy Of Thinking feat. Peaches (featuring Peaches) 2:27
9. Decisions 3:35
10. Chilly In F Major 2:01
11. Starlight feat. Louie Austen (featuring Louie Austen) 3:24
12. Bottom Of The Pops (Chant By Nina Nixxxon) 4:13
13. Salieri Serenade (Announcement Supa Dupa Juppe) (featuring Feist) 2:40
14. Headstone Park 3:12
15. Melodika (Melodica By Ninja Pleasure) 1:53



As a white rapper, Gonzales is less like Eminem and more like MC Paul Barman, which is to say that this Canadian-born cutup and his frequent duet partner, Peaches, are less concerned with being the next hip-hop chart-toppers than with making the genre fun again. And as long as you don't take it too seriously or expect too much artistic depth, his third full-length LP does just that. Chilly G may not be the freshest MC ever to rock the mike, but lighthearted songs like "So Called Party Over There" and "Salieri Serenade" match lo-fi drum machine beats with nerdy rhymes to great effect. But it's in his role as a producer on collaborations with labelmates Feist, Louis Austen, and (of course) Peaches that Gonzales shines brightest, coming off like some sort of mad, retro synth-loving scientist toiling in his lab to concoct freaky backing tracks that could give the Neptunes a run for their money. Now, if only he could refine those mike skills....