Create account Log in

The Further Adventures of Lord Quas


Download links and information about The Further Adventures of Lord Quas by Quasimoto. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 01:09:03 minutes.

Artist: Quasimoto
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 27
Duration: 01:09:03
Buy on iTunes $9.99
Buy on Amazon $11.95


No. Title Length
1. Bullys**t 3:07
2. Greenery 3:14
3. Crime 1:20
4. Hydrant Game 3:25
5. Don't Blink 2:06
6. Players of the Game (featuring Madlib) 2:35
7. Bus Ride 2:58
8. Closer (featuring Madvillain) 3:02
9. Maingirl 4:01
10. Civilization Day 1:50
11. Bartender Say 2:46
12. 1994 2:22
13. Another Demo Tape (featuring Madlib) 1:46
14. Raw Deal 2:17
15. Mr. Two-Faced 1:34
16. The Exclusive (featuring MED) 2:36
17. Fatbacks 3:51
18. J.A.N. (Jive Ass N****z) 1:54
19. Shroom Music (Champion Bound) 3:01
20. Rappcats Pt. 3 (featuring Madlib) 2:26
21. Strange Piano 2:00
22. Life Is... 2:19
23. The Clown (Episode C) 2:59
24. Raw Addict Pt. 2 (featuring Madlib) 2:34
25. Tomorrow Never Knows 2:39
26. Privacy 1:36
27. Broad Factor (Bonus Track) 2:45



Five years after The Unseen, Madlib resurrected his impish alter-ego Quasimoto for a second full-length. The Further Adventures of Lord Quas continues on the path The Unseen started, but this journey is far deeper, far stranger, and far more unruly than anything from Quasimoto’s first album. Rhythm-centric with far more texture than melody, the album replaces the gurgling keyboards and jazz loops of The Unseen with stuttering electro (“Greenery,” “Shroom Music”), pummeling bass tones (“Civilization Day”), and chattering percussion (“1994,” “Raw Deal”). As with The Unseen, the songs shimmer with sub-aquatic mystery, and the Blaxploitation spoken-word raconteur Melvin Van Peebles lends periodic support, shouting encouragement to Quasimoto like some deranged favorite uncle. You have to admire Madlib for retreating even deeper into his own artistic consciousness here. Don’t be afraid to forage; there are gems here (“Rappcats Pt. 3,” “Strange Piano,” and “Privacy” among them), and the more time you spend in this dense, wild forest of music and mischief, the more treasure you’ll turn up.