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Product Details

  • Vinyl (June 10, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sub Pop
  • ASIN: B00IY30JVA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,184 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Body & Blood
2. Work Work (Feat. Cocc Pistol Cree)
3. Summertime (Feat. King T)
4. Inside Out
5. Tonight (Feat. Gangsta Boo)
6. Dream
7. Get Up (Feat. Mariel Jacoda)
8. Or Die (Feat. Guce)
9. Taking Off
10. Story 2
11. Dominoes
12. Williams Mix (Feat. Tom Erbe)
13. Run Out

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CLPPNG is the debut album from LA based rap trio, clipping. for Sub Pop Records. Blending precise, quick fire vocals with caustic burst of noise, clipping. are classic west coast rap music from the tradition where sounding different wasn't cause for fear.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Embodiment of Alternative Hip-Hop June 16, 2014
I consider myself a hip-hop head; therefore, I do not usually tell someone something along the lines of "this album isn't for you if..." However, if you are more into the modern mainstream hip-hop state, this album may not be for you. After hearing the lead single off of the album, "Work Work," which featured Cocc Pistol Cree, the sound varied from their debut album "midcity." I seen several YouTube comments downing clipping. for switching up their style but to me, the instrumental, lyrics, video, and the feature were so beautifully intertwined so much so that CLPPNG, had me more hyped than Kendrick Lamar's sophomore LP apparently releasing later this year.

Tonight, featuring Gangsta Boo, Summertime, featuring King Tee, and Get Up, featuring Mariel Jacoda are my favorite tracks from the album. Tonight, at first listen, was the worst track on this album because of the god-awful chorus but it grew out of nowhere on me and quickly became my favorite track. It's something that is bumped in the whip on nights. It also makes me want to tip waitresses hundred dollar bills but that's beside the point. Summertime, my God, is the best instrumental on this album period. Talk about a flashback embodying what the west is all about. Get Up is my third favorite because it's now my alarm. Diggs rhyming over this is truly amazing.

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Clipping revitalizes hip hop with this strange yet accessible album. Jonathan Snipes and William Hutson, industrial/noise/techno experts, create some of the most unique beats out there, and Daveed Diggs, whose fundamentals are as solid as anyone in the rap game, raps with a ferocious flow and catchy melodies. Clipping combines to form a self-aware rap/electronic album that pushes the boundaries of both genres. The features prove they have their finger on the pulse of underground gangster rap, and the feel of the record shows that they are growing more fluent in their newly forged style.

The album, while experimental, is diverse in its approaches. Tracks like “Body and Blood” bang distorted, industrial techno beats that match the gruesomeness of the lyrics in pace and abrasiveness. Tracks like “Story 2” create minimalist tracks, where the beat is simple, but the snare hits on varying down- and up-beats to throw off the rhythm. Tracks like “Taking Off” and "Tonight" create dreamy techno-scapes akin to movie soundtracks or remixes of what sounds like 80s-inspired synth pop. For fans of techno or hip hop, you will probably find at least a couple of tracks that you like.

Clipping is a group that experiments with hip hop. They have solid vocals in Diggs. Their beats, despite their complexity and unconventional character, are infectious, no doubt possible only through the experience of Snipes and Huston. In being familiar, they are something that a fan of either hip hop or techno could appreciate. In pushing boundaries, though, they are something that could easily alienate party-line or hardcore fans of either techno or hip hop.
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4.0 out of 5 stars i would highly recommend giving this a shot July 5, 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
these boys are GNARLY. production on this album is absolutely spectacular, and the lyrics are dense, disturbing and captivating, in a very dark way. definitely not for the common hip hop head but if you are into dark, grimy, experimental music, i would highly recommend giving this a shot. a lot of people will compare this to death grips or yeezus but those comparisons dont quite do justice to the unique sound at play here.
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3.0 out of 5 stars SubPop and Hip Hop? August 11, 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Not very listenable. Okay overall. SubPop is not known for hip hop though.
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