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The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust [Digipak]
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Album: The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Black History Month
2)    Convict Colony
3)    Tr(n)igger
4)    Sunday Bloody Sunday
5)    Break
6)    Niggy Tardust
7)    DNA
8)    WTF!
9)    Scared Money
10)    Raw
11)    Skin Of A Drum
12)    No One Ever Does
13)    Banged And Blown Through
14)    Raised To Be Lowered
15)    Ritual, The
16)    Pedagogue Of Young Gods
17)    World On Wheels
18)    Can't Hide Love
19)    Gunshots By Computer
20)    List Of Demands (Reparations)
 

Album: The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Black History Month
2)    Convict Colony
3)    Tr(n)igger
4)    Sunday Bloody Sunday
5)    Break
6)    Niggy Tardust
7)    DNA
8)    WTF!
9)    Scared Money
10)    Raw
11)    Skin Of A Drum
12)    No One Ever Does
13)    Banged And Blown Through
14)    Raised To Be Lowered
15)    Ritual, The
16)    Pedagogue Of Young Gods
17)    World On Wheels
18)    Can't Hide Love
19)    Gunshots By Computer
20)    List Of Demands (Reparations)
 
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  • Personnel: Saul Williams (vocals, programming); Trent Reznor (vocals, programming); Gingger Shankar, Maryam Blacksher (violin); Isaiah "Ikey" Owens (keyboards); CX Kidtronik (programming, background vocals); Mickey P., Atticus Ross (programming); Saturn Renge, Persia White, Xuy Azaro (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Alan Moulder.
  • Arrangers: CX Kidtronik; Trent Reznor.
  • A year after its online release, Saul Williams's third LP appears in physical form on Fader Label. Produced by Trent Reznor, THE INEVITABLE RISE & LIBERATION OF NIGGY TARDUST sees the noted slam poet and MC extraordinaire laying his frantic street poetry over markedly industrial beatscapes. Comfortably far-removed from garden variety indie hip-hop, most songs on NIGGY TARDUST are built on frenetic drum tracks, blaring keyboards, distorted synthesizers, and jarring guitar lines. Still, there's more than enough room for a relaxed dub track ("Scared Money"), recognizable rap samples (courtesy of Public Enemy on "Tr(n)igger"), and even a noisy U2 cover ("Sunday Bloody Sunday").
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