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Audio CD, CD, 18 November 2016
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 14.12 x 12.8 x 0.99 cm; 95.25 Grams
- Manufacturer : EPIC
- Manufacturer reference : 88985 377872
- Original Release Date : 2016
- Run time : 1 hour and 1 minute
- Label : EPIC
- ASIN : B01LTHY42W
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: 3,002 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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A Tribe Called Quest - Q-Tip, Phife Dawg (who passed away on March 22nd, 2016), Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Jarobi White the groundbreaking 90 s group that forever transformed the urban music landscape reunited on their first and last studio album together in eighteen years. Guests on "We got it from Here...Thank You 4 Your Service" include; Kendrick Lamar, Elton John, Jack White, Andre 3000, Busta Rhymes, Consequence, Anderson Paak, and Talib Kweli.
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It came as a huge surprise, that some 18 years later an announcement that a new album was imminent. Tribe had reunited briefly in 2013 (playing on Kanye West’s Yeezus tour), and then again in 2015 to play on The Tonight Show, it was after this performance that the band claimed they were feeling ‘charged’ and they were able to put aside their differences. 98’s The Love Movement is certainly not my favourite Tribe album, it was a low point with which to sign off a career filled with so many peaks. Tribe Called Quest have always been about beats, rhymes and life with plenty of experimentation and risk taking. The Love Movement didn’t tick many of these boxes for me.
Tribe could be forgiven for overdoing reflection and nostalgia after being away for so long, but this is a forward thinking, frenetic even chaotic listen. Issues like, intolerance, the media and politics are all addressed but not in a heavy-handed way. The album has a general theme, subtly incorporated and that is a tribute to Phife Dawg. Several tracks mention and honour him, and rightly so, he was, along with Q-Tip, the founding member of the band, and tragically died in March 2016 due to complications relating to diabetes.
It seems fitting that Tribe are back with possibly their best album, an album packed with everything you would want from the group. The guest appearances mostly work and compliment the flow of the album, samples are fun if initially a little jarring (yes, oompa loompas I’m looking at you), it’s fitting that this album is getting so much positivity as it will be their last, you can’t have a Tribe Called Quest without Phife.
Just bought the old albums (CD's) again and disappointed with the recording level and quality, but not this one, an overall great TriBe album