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A-D - A-D Album

  • Darsteller: A-D
  • Genre: Hiphop / Rock
  • Titel: A-D
  • Freigegeben: 1993
  • Etikett: Rage Records
  • Katalog: RGE 101-1
  • Land: US
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 1892 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1871 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.5
  • Abstimmungen: 744


1Free Paradox3:53
3Whole House Panicked3:54
4Reverse Bliss Image3:58
5World On Fire4:46
6Let There Be2:40
8True Side5:33
11Threat With Intellect3:22
12Crazy World2:58


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RGE 101-2A-D A-D ‎(CD, Album)Rage Records RGE 101-2US1993
RGE 101-4A-D A-D ‎(Cass, Album)Rage Records RGE 101-4US1993
noneA♦D A.D. ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (A-D)noneBulgaria1993
IRS 982.201A-D A-D ‎(CD, Album)Rage Records , Bullet Proof RecordsIRS 982.201Netherlands1995
RGE 101-1A-D A-D ‎(LP, Album)Rage Records RGE 101-1Germany1993


  • A&R [A&R Direction]Rosalie Sendelbach
  • BassAaron Keane
  • DrumsMervin Clark
  • Edited ByElliott Sharp
  • Executive-ProducerMichael Knuth
  • Music By, GuitarDavid Tarica
  • Photography ByTim Davis
  • ProducerMelvin Gibbs
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByMike Krowiak
  • Vocals [Lead], Lyrics ByAnthony DeMore



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A forgotten gem, this album delievers one of the best guitar-rocking approaches on Hip Hop ever (in my opinion). Subtle instead of the usual crossover.
Thoughtful lyrics with a fantastic flow, a grooving bass (from slapping to grooving chords and slides), a drummer with some real swing and a guitarist that definitely doesn't get on your nerves (no mass of effects like Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine used for example). Not just endless semitone-riffs but a good mixture of those and real harmonies.
One of the very few bands that really managed to play Hip Hop live as a band and I even liked their approach better than The Roots (which again is totally subjective of course) on one and Rage Against The Machine on the other hand.
Sometimes you might even forget you're listening to the sound of guitars. The production serves the purpose 100%. It sounds live like a rock-band but still manages to groove like black music should. Two black guys, two white – right in the middle of white and black music but with a bit more tendency to the black side.
Anthony DeMore as an MC comes across very unique (for those who need comparisons: the most thoughtful Daelek, a softer Chuck D, a less abstract Saul Williams - something inbetween maybe). Political lyrics with lines like: "They call it democracy - I call it lies."
There’s also a pure acapella-track called “Hope” that’s quite impressive.
Actually the album sounds like sort of the intelligent essence of Metal and the subtle undertones of Hardcore-Punk giving hand to Golden Era-Hip Hop.
A-D managed to sound rebellious and adult at once.
I can still listen to the whole album without getting bored. There's honestly no fillers.

The album by the way was edited by avantgarde musician Elliott Sharp.
A-D did one more album and then split up. DeMore reappeared in 2002 on the Slovo-album “Nommo” on a couple of tracks.