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The underground legend returns! Shadow's unparalleled musical contributions have and continue to play a crucial role in the development and mastering of genre blending music. His list of collaborations include works with Dr. Octagon, U.N.K.L.E., Thom Yorke, Cut Chemist and many more... ''The Outsider'' is a record that will confound those who believed they had Shadow pigeonholed. Working with several different vocalists, in styles spanning everything from hyphy, the Bay Area's newest hip hop hybrid, to folk; from aggressive hardcore rock to left-field alternative dance music, the album is an almost schizophrenic collection from an artist to whom loving music and making music are just two sides of the same coin. Long-term fans need have nothing to fear - his power to conjure and affect an emotion by collaging samples, voices and fragments of long-forgotten recorded dialogue remains undimmed.
First off I want to say both endroducing... and Private press are masterpieces. I really thought outsider was an amazing album and all this talk about commercialism is nonsense. Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by Jesse Capps
as usual, shadow is money yet eludes many listeners. this is a real style of fusion that shows mastery and eclecticism.Published on July 31, 2012 by A. Brick
I was extremely skeptical when I first read that DJ Shadow and E-40 were making a track together. This album is just bad, but luckily for DJ Shadow he gets a pass this time because... Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by dubz_reasons
Shadow's popular reviewed cd's are good. But 'Outsider' is in my opinion his best. Best beats, more variety, really good flow and songs. Give it a try. Five stars in my view. Read morePublished on February 2, 2012 by Adi Tonn
DJ Shadow goes hyphy! _The Outsider_ represents a departure in sound for him, even if the the spoken word intro promises something ominous and "This Time" is a piece of sunny... Read morePublished on April 7, 2011 by scoundrel
It was a terrible musical mistake to attempt to create a commercial-sounding album for the first 8 songs, and try to recover the underground support with the last few tracks. Read morePublished on May 15, 2010 by Justin H.
Well, after amazing "Endtroducing" and "The Private Press" I was expecting something more. DJ Shadow abandoned his uniqe style of his first records while making this album. Read morePublished on December 17, 2009 by Tomasz Kolodziejczak
I loved "Endtroducing" and "Private Press" so buying this one seemed like a no-brainer. Learn from my mistake, avoid this one at all costs! Read morePublished on November 19, 2009 by B. Foxworth
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i got the promo copy, and if you are expecting endtroducing type stuff, you will not like it. if you like bay area hyphy club music, you will enjoy this. and yes its been leaked for awhile now.
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