So Many Kids

49 Stories

So Many Kids
Performed By 49 Stories
Album UPC 742187514825
CD Baby Track ID 620647
Label Voicebox Records
Released 2003-01-01
BPM 87
Rated 0
ISRC ushm80331935
Year 2003
Spotify Plays 11
Writers
Writer illyan everet
Pub Co voicebox records
Composer illyan everet
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - Colorado

Description

Yet Another release from Voicebox Records. 49Stories provide Dark and introspective hip hop for people who can think while they listen. Featuring Sentence, DJ Thought and AES of the Makeshiftgods and Sweet Nectar.

Notes

49 Stories is a progressive hip hop group currently comprised of emcees once and paradox, and producer gollum. Hailing from the land-locked isolation of Colorado, 49 Stories has developed music that embodies a compelling coupling of thought-provoking, poetic lyrics and mood-setting, atmospheric beats. This blend can easily satisfy everyone, from the hip hop fundamentalists to those looking for the next level music that forces one to think.

"Blind Faith" is the third release from 49 Stories and the experience is paying off. This time around, the trio drags the skeletons out of the closet, fully prepared to confront religion, society, consumerism, and yes, even pyromania. To round out the feel of the album, the crew added songs like the posse cut, "Together," which is a straight-forward, good ol' fashion hip hop joint. Altogether, "Blind Faith" is a tightly-composed cross-section of life that most anyone will be able to relate to.

49 Stories has shared the stage with such hip hop favorites as Awol One, Josh Martinez, Mr. Lif, Fakts One, DJ Moves, MC Paul Barman, and Sleep, JFK, and Onry Ozzborne of Oldominion. Prior to the addition of paradox, once and gollum released two previous CDs, a full-length entitled "Peripheral Thoughts" and an EP entitled "Depression Followers." Both albums were well-received and appreciated by the hip hop community. As Ichabod Yrock wrote in a review for hiphopinfinity.com, "The Depression Followers is one of many albums testing the vitality of the mutable underground scene. And it finds a pulse. No matter how depressing 49 Stories wants to be, their message is one of hope."

Voicebox Records is the label that brought you Sentence's "Bomb Shelter Poetry" CD (2002), AES's "May to December" CD (2003) and Makeshift Gods' "Invisible People" 12" single.

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