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rasputin
September 29th 2011



14504 Comments


'Idk man, Endtroducing is just one of those albums that everyone should have'

that album puts me to sleep and not in the good way

Scoot
September 29th 2011



17493 Comments


gonna go listen to endtroducing never heard it before

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
September 29th 2011



48574 Comments


You've been on sputnik forever how have you not heard it

Digging: The Hotelier - Home, Like NoPlace Is There

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 29th 2011



30316 Comments


Must be immune to peer pressure. Obviously doesn't smoke, drink or have sex either

Digging: L'Orange - The Orchid Days

Scoot
September 30th 2011



17493 Comments


heard of it for years but never actually heard it until recently

i was like that with streetlight manifesto too. for about 4/6 years here i was strictly a metalhead and i missed out on some fantastic music

tehdoomsayer
October 1st 2011



15 Comments


Yeah, agree with a lot of this review. If you guys haven't peeped his new live show, go youtube shadowsphere and enjoy. I was lucky enough to catch it a couple months ago at first ave, very impressive and put together well.

aok
October 1st 2011



4165 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

i came here to break you for the calloused bitch you are. came to suck your insides out and spark it like a star

foreverendeared
October 4th 2011



14678 Comments


Private Press is better than Endtroducing.

IndiePorn
October 4th 2011



4 Comments


dat pepe deluxe sample

timbo8
October 4th 2011



618 Comments


Endtroducing > (everything else DJ Shadow has done)*2

aok
October 4th 2011



4165 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

^ nah. you probly haven't listened to walkie talkie, giving up the ghost or blood on the motorway (!) proper

MassiveAttack
October 5th 2011



2684 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I actually believe Private Press is fairly close in quality to Endtroducing, it's a fantastic record indeed.

Liberi Fatali
Emeritus
October 5th 2011



1588 Comments


But pretty sure Blood on the Motorway was the first DJ Shadow song I heard (and realised I was listening to DJ Shadow), definitely a cool as song. As is Fixed Income etc., but nah Endtroducing definitely the clear leader.

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
October 7th 2011



4230 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Question is, this or The Outsider?

Digging: Ju Sei and Utah Kawasaki - ??????

aok
October 7th 2011



4165 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

this >> the outsider. this is also better than most people realize

ferociouslettuce
October 8th 2011



187 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

From listening to records i just knew what to do
I mainly tought myself
And, you know, i did pretty well
Except there were a few mistakes
But um, that i made, uh
That i've just recently cleared up

And i'd like to just continue to be able to express myself
As best as i can with this instrument
And i feel like i have a lot of work to do
Still, i'm a student - of the drums
And i'm also a teacher of the drums too

What makes cancer tenatious?

Prince1993
October 17th 2011



527 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

I found the album very very dull, I mean c'mon its the DJ SHADOW

aok
October 28th 2011



4165 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

a lot of good stuff is being produced as a result of the 'scale it back' remix contest.

really upsetting how this is being received here - this is still pushing a 4 for me. those who bother with it will recognize this is one of the best singles album released this year

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
October 28th 2011



30316 Comments


Even if this wasn't made by Shadow this would still be a painfully average album

Scoot
October 28th 2011



17493 Comments


heard one song from this and decided to throw on some midnight in a perfect world instead



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