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DJ Shadow

DJ Shadow, aka Josh Davis of California, is best known for 1996's Endtroducing, seen by many as one of the defining albums of the 1990s. Along with Massive Attack's Mezzanine, it is frequently cited as one of the best albums within the trip-hop genre, in spite of the fact that it is subtly different from many other albums within that genre. Endtroducing was also the first album ever to consist entirely of samples from other records, ensuring for itself a place in history. His other solo albums include Preemptive Str ...read more

DJ Shadow, aka Josh Davis of California, is best known for 1996's Endtroducing, seen by many as one of the defining albums of the 1990s. Along with Massive Attack's Mezzanine, it is frequently cited as one of the best albums within the trip-hop genre, in spite of the fact that it is subtly different from many other albums within that genre. Endtroducing was also the first album ever to consist entirely of samples from other records, ensuring for itself a place in history. His other solo albums include Preemptive Strike, a compilation released in 1998 of his career up to that point, and The PrivatePress, his second full length album. DJ Shadow was also the key force behind UNKLE's Psyence Fiction, which featured appearances by luminaries including Thom Yorke, Richard Ashcroft and Mike D of The Beastie Boys. Other collaborations include those with Blackaliciousand former Rage Against The Machine front man Zack De La Rocha. His third full length album, The Outsider came out in September 2006 to mixed reactions from fans and critics alike. The album took a lot of its sound from the new "Hyphy" movement, and is said to take a more hip hop approach with daunting genre jumping, a departure from the ambient, sample based music that made him famous. « hide

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LPs
The Mountain Will Fall
2016

3
85 Votes
The Less You Know, the Better
2011

2.8
112 Votes
The Outsider
2006

2.6
200 Votes
The Private Press
2002

3.9
481 Votes
Endtroducing...
1996

4.5
2,136 Votes
EPs
Liquid Amber
2014

2.4
13 Votes
Scale It Back
2011

3.2
3 Votes
I Gotta Rokk
2011

3.3
38 Votes
Bay Area EP
2007

2.7
9 Votes
What Does Your Soul Look Like?
1994

4.4
12 Votes
Live Albums
Live! In Tune and On Time
2004

3.8
35 Votes
Compilations
Total Breakdown: Hidden Transmissions
08/15/2012

3.2
9 Votes
Excessive Ephemera
2005

3.8
19 Votes
Preemptive Strike
1998

3.9
130 Votes

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