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Headshots: Se7en Original recording remastered


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In the three years since Atmosphere's dropped a full length record on the world, they've been far from stagnant, staying at the top of their game in every respect. For the better part of two years, Atmosphere toured the globe in support of their critically acclaimed - and #5 Billboard Top 200 charting - album, When LIfe Gives You Lemons, You Paint That Shit Gold. And in their ... Read more in Amazon's Atmosphere Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 4, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Rhymesayers
  • ASIN: B0006SSRXS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,884 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Sep Seven Game Show Theme
2. Round and Round
3. Tracksmart
4. Choking on the Wishbone
5. The Jackpot/Swept Away
6. @ It Again
7. The Stick Up
8. Lyle Lovette
9. Higher Living
10. To the Break of Sean
11. Deer Wolf
12. Molly Cool
13. Dungeons and Dragons
14. Anterlude
15. Advanced Communications
16. A Tall Seven and Seven
17. 3.2 Red Dog
18. The Abusing of the Rib
19. Write Now (Multiples No.4)
20. I Wish Those Cats @ Fobia Would Give Me Some Free Shoes
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Editorial Reviews

For the first time on CD & Vinyl, Volume 7 of the infamous Headshots cassette series. Digitally remastered and repackaged. SE7EN is 22 rare tracks from Atmosphere recorded between 1997 and 1999. Featuring Eyedea, Musab & Mr. Gene Poole.

Customer Reviews

Of course, anyone can listen to it.
Chase M. Turner
I got into Rhymesayers by listening to old headhsots mixtapes and the Overcast album.
Gift
This is probably the best atmosphere album I have heard yet.
Hubert Cumberdale

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Chase M. Turner on January 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The previous review has a few inaccuracies I thought I'd correct. First off, the beats on all of Atmosphere's albums, including this one, are produced and created by Ant, not DJ Abilities. Ant does not perform live, and so Slug often used to perform with DJ Abilities (and others). This may change in the next album as Atmosphere now includes a band soon to tour, but it's extermely likely Ant will be included in the production.

Slug has never been 1/3 of Atmosphere, he has and always will be the main driving force and only consistent member of the group. Even when Spawn was a member of Atmosphere, Slug was still clearly the leader and brains beyond the operation, as evidenced by the tracks on Overcast!, all of which were dominated by Slug.

Yes, this album is quite different from the newer stuff, and represents a critical moment in Atmosphere's evolution. Of course, anyone can listen to it. Even those silly "fan boys." It's a ridiculous notion to suggest that because something has changed, people won't like earlier incantations of the same group. It's that elitist old school b.s. and it's annoying. Some may not like it, but most hip-hop fans will probably enjoy it.

What makes this album so interesting is how raw it is, and, as Slug says in the liner notes, how it's representative of his transformation as an MC. Recorded between Overcast! and Lucy Ford, you can witness Slug move from being a whitty, well-versed thug to something deeper and more innovative. Both elements are present. "The Abusing of the Rib" is one of the more evolved tracks on the album, while "@ It Again" is about sleeping with all sorts of girls in the Twin Cities, including yours of course.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gift on January 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've had this one on cassette for years, and it's great to see it finally released on cd. I've always thought this was Slug's best work, though according to his liner notes he doesn't seem to agree. I got into Rhymesayers by listening to old headhsots mixtapes and the Overcast album. I was lucky enough to have friends from the twin cities who turned me onto Rhymesayers early on. For a while there it was up there with my favorite undergroung hip hop. As other reviewers have noted this tape sparks the transition between Slug as a battle rhymer and his more personal, intropsective music. What the music magazines would later dub emo-hop (barf). This tape was just straight up, underground, four track magnificence. Any doubt that Slug has skills on the mic can be put to rest by this tape. I'm sorry to say that I really don't care for the last Atmosphere album and even God Loves Ugly was a stretch for me. People will no doubt point out that artists have to grow, ect. That's fine, but I have my tastes, and this album represents everything that I love about Atmopshere. Definitley a must have for a fan of their earlier work and any fan of underground hip hop. Overcast is classic, but this one outshines Overcast in my opinion. More raw, but more slamming. If you have any reservations about Atmosphere, this tape will likely convert you. In fact, anyone who likes underground hip hop should buy this CD.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DJH on February 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Im not going to say who will like this and who wont and all that crap. I just know I like it, its not the best but its great in my eyes. The style is similar to Overcast! Nobody mentioned the best of Headshots CD that comes with this, I would have dished out the cash to buy that if it were sold seperately as it is the bombs. If you like Atmosphere buy this, I buy any atmosphere material I can get my hands on. There are many other great hip hop crews from Minnesota, check out Heiruspecs, Kanser, Oddjobs, and of course everyone else on Rhymesayers.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By postone on February 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
OK, im not going to get into @tmosphere politics ie; witch lp is better etc. .....all that im going to say is i own all 6 available atmosphere lp's and both felt lp's and this lp did not let me down at all, head shots is recordings of wich were created between overcast & lucy ford!! it was originaly only avaiable on cassete, being #7 of a cassette series called HEAD SHOTS(no. 7), also SE7EN is "slug's crew"....anyways if you are a REAL HIP HOP fan you should STOP READING THIS AND GO AND BUY IT WRIGHT NOW, unfortunatly now-a-days there not alot of good classic material out there like this lp, so go and cop it, trust me!!!!!!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sam Howard on March 28, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is an excellent album. Atmosphere that was pre-Overcast is my favorite kind! However the best part of the CD isn't the CD itself, but the bonus disc that features the Headsho7s' Greatest Hits. I'm not even going to review the main disc, it's pretty good, however I think that should be the bonus disc and the second disc should be the main attraction. The second disc contains tracks from The Dynospectrum, Slug, Sess, Beyond, and a few other under the rock RhymeSayers. Every track on the CD is great, which is pretty much hit or miss considering there's only ten. Some of the highlights of the bonus disc are "7th St. Entry" a song about someone who leaves messages in the 7th St. Entry bathroom that are duragatory to Slug and his abilities. The next great track is the best on the CD: "Multiples Reprise [Remix]" this CD blows the other Multiple tracks you may have heard out of the water. The story is all about the many characters of Uptown Minneapolis, and their expolits. It goes into the tales of over ten people and how they all intertwine, and the downfall of each. Track 06 "Funny Colors In My Mushroom Trails" is about Slug and Sess's experiences with Mushrooms. It is hauntingly accurate and will make any shroom user think back and wonder what the eff they were doing. "F**k The Bulls**t" is another awesome track, about people who complain about life when they could very easily fix things themselves with suicide (EXTREME!). The next two tracks are also very good, but like I said no song compares to "Multiples Reprise [Remix]."

Without a doubt pick up the set. If you are a fan of Atmosphere's Overcast! you will definetly appreciate the first disc. And if you are a fan of hip-hop in general you will love the second disc. Thank you much.
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