Alias - Fallen House Sunken City INSTRUMENTALS MP3 Download
The instrumental version of "Fallen House", produced entirely by legendary indie rap producer ALIAS!
Strange Famous consigliare B. Dolan returns with his sophomore lp, "Fallen House, Sunken City" produced entirely by ALIAS. Having already established himself as a master storyteller, this time Dolan presents us with a full-throttle, unabashed, boombap hiphop record. Joined by legendary beatsmith Alias behind the production board, B. Dolan's aggressive delivery is accentuated by a special brand of bass-heavy breakbeats, while the tailor made musical backdrops assist in the mood of impending doom. Guest appearances by P.O.S., Cadence Weapon, Providence's "What Cheer?" Brigade, and Buddy Peace round out the tracklist, as SFR and B. Dolan set the decade off with a demolition charge.
01 Leaving New York
02 Fifty Ways to Bleed Your Customer
03 Economy of Words (Bail it Out)
05 The Reptilian Agenda
06 The Hunter
08 Kitchen Sink
09 Border Crossing
10 Fall of T.R.O.Y.
11 Mr. Buddy Buddy
12 Body of Work
Reviews for Fallen House, Sunken City:
9 out of 10 - "Fallen House, Sunken City is raw, confrontational, honest, and futuristic” exactly what hip-hop should be." - Vital Reverb
8 out of 10 - "The timing for this B. Dolan album could not be more crucial." - Popmatters
"This album serves as the first big wake-up call to hip hop in 2010." -The Urbanian
"B. Dolan brings nothing but rawest, socially conscious rhymes I've ever heard spit." -Synthesis.net
"This duo is set to knock the dust off your boombox and slap you right out of your little sister's pants.Â I'm going to go ahead and dub this the first great hop hop album of Twentyten." -LoyaltyBeyondReason.com
"B. Dolan and Alias set out to create a bass-heavy boom bap breaks record with politically charged spit fire, flipping Milk D and EPMD colloquialisms towards an activist slant." - Impose Magazine
"Backed by the appropriately maniacal, percussion-driven boardwork of Alias, the emcee delivers fragmented shotgun blasts of aggressively satirical lyrical ammunition" - DJ Booth
"B. Dolan has cursed me with repeating the same lines over and over again in my head since I met him. Come to Jamaica, come to Dubai. Damn you, B. Dolan. Shit knocks." - El-P
"4 out of 5 stars!" - Creativeloafing.com
"...Appealing even to those who don't share his political views, simply because Dolan is a compelling rapper who takes great care in his craft. Fallen House, Sunken City, is a blitzkrieg of boom-bap raps, rock beats and experimental structures. It holds together beautifully, thanks to the production of Alias." - Ben Westhoff, CreativeLoafing