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The Stone Quartet

by Caveman Theory

next level raw hip hop that stands alone in today's music world
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. The Stone Quartet
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2. Easy As It Seems
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3. The Misses
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4. To The Top
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5. Don't Violate
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6. Friends F***
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7. Wrong
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8. Sunraised
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9. Intermission
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10. Funk Box
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11. Step Right ft. Jon Connor
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12. On The Road
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13. Hard Times
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14. Big Fish ft. Critical Madness
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15. Cracker Box Living
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16. 4th of July
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17. Gold Rush
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18. Watching feat. Webbified (bonus track)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Story...


Sometimes you have to take a step back to move forward. Sometimes you get so tired of searching for the right sound that you have to create it yourself. This is Caveman Theory: three emcees (Redd Simpkins, Godamus Rhyme, and Kap) and one DJ (Dolo) who aren't trying to break the mold so much as force evolution on a culture that has become focused on following formulae. With a combination of quick wit, imaginative concepts, and intelligent lyrics, Caveman Theory hopes to change the image of hip-hop just being rap music. Leading by example, these four are proof that great musical talent cannot be over looked when discovered through the right medium.

Every member of this tribe pulls their own weight on tracks, stage, and behind the scene. Representing Maryland, Godamus Rhyme is a jack-of-all-trades. Playing the roles of emcee, producer, vocalist, engineer, and graphics designer, he wears many hats and none over shine the other. The vocal backbone of the group hailing from the Pacific North West is Redd Simpkins, a charismatic baritone who exudes style effortlessly. Using his clear, powerful voice he captivates listeners with memorable hooks, smooth delivery, and jaw-cracking punch lines. The glue that holds the group together is Kap, a Fort Lauderdale native with a sharp tongue and a thought process well ahead of his time. Last but not least is DJ Dolo, a hip-hop pioneer and Caveman Theory's solid foundation. Contributing razor sharp cuts, hard hitting instrumentals, and his ability to conduct the Cavemen's dynamic stage show, Dolo is the final piece to this intricate puzzle.

Though the ink is still wet on the first chapter of this group's story, there is no doubt they will have a spot in the record books. With the anticipated release of their debut album and a grueling show and tour schedule, you too will soon rock with the Almighty Cavemen. They are not the future; they are a product of the past. This is Caveman Theory. Seek shelter in your headphones and prepare for the days to come.

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Jessica Kizer, Kalamazoo Gazette (Kalamazoo, MI)

They are a breath of new life in this genre.
Three MCs and one DJ take on the cookie-cutter hip-hop game and turn it upside down with this amazingly made album. The MCs (Kap, Godamus Rhyme and Redd Simpkins) all hail from the East Coast but take a very individualized approach to delivery. Their intelligent lyrics take on subjects from serious politics to good times to love gone sour. They are a breath of new life into a genre that has become tired and predictable. The DJ (Dolo) makes delicious beats.

(Editor's note: Production is also provided by group member Godamus and producer Optiks.)
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Kino.1

Dope traditional hip hop album
One of the dopest albums of the year. Didn't even know there was shit in Orlando besides Disney, the Backstreet Boys and Smilez & Southstar. Caught these cats on tour in New York and they were live as hell. Don't Violate sums this group up real well. Funk Box is reminiscent of Jurrasic 5 and Big Fish has some crazy ass lines and features. Worth the 10 bucks. Straight forward approach, ill delivery.
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Kino.1

Dope traditional hip hop album
One of the dopest albums of the year. Didn't even know there was shit in Orlando besides Disney, the Backstreet Boys and Smilez & Southstar. Caught these cats on tour in New York and they were live as hell. Don't Violate sums this group up real well. Funk Box is reminiscent of Jurrasic 5 and Big Fish has some crazy ass lines and features. Worth the 10 bucks. Straight forward approach, ill delivery.
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Brad at CD Baby


In case anyone is becoming too worried, rest assured that there are still artists out there who remain true to the artistry and ethics of real hip hop. This group of three steadfast MC's and one rock solid DJ keep it real with ease, spitting carefully penned reality rhymes over hard hitting beats that flow with an understated eccentricity. This is a group that takes the high road: While some crews get caught up harping on the current state of hip hop, these cats let their music lead the way, concentrating hard on flow, content, and constant exchanges of the microphone. It bodes well for this trio of MC's, who, without the detriment of a weak link, can run lyrical circles and never miss a beat. There's hints of old school homage in the beats, but the lyrics here are contemporary in both style and substance, coming off as hard but strikingly pragmatic, harsh but not derogatory. It's groups like this, the ones who remain focused and true to the music, that are making the kind of modern hip hop that folks should be looking for and turning to.
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Op

Don't Violate or ya get violated...
Dope album from Orlando's hottest up and coming group. A well produced album, front to back. Check it out and let your friends know that you were hip to them first.
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www.cdbaby.com/cd/rhhbmister

Sick beats! Must have album!!
Sick beats! Must have album!!
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JimNastics

Constant Rotation
First off let me say that I know good Hip Hop and trust me this fits in that category. I almost didn't buy this album based on the name and the album cover. (yeah yeah, don't judge a book by it's cover. I know.)If I'm not sure what you sound like and I'm trying to decide between albums... I will pass yours up if the album art sucks. Out of the 6 CDs I just bought from this site, this is easily the best one.
I listened to this album and by the 3rd track I was geekin out and had the heavy head nod going on. This album is definately worth it and I would love to see these guys live. I give this the Nastics stamp of approval.
Check out "Don't Violate" for a taste of the freshness. However, all tracks are quality.
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JimNastics

So good I had to write about it again!
I know this is probably going right over the other review I wrote but I couldn't resist. This album is so good that I even like the name of the group and the album cover now! Check out Sunraised where the first verse is in the perspective of the sun, but like I said before the WHOLE ENTIRE ALBUM IS FRESH, Dope, Ill, Hot, Raw, Awesome, etc....
and I wrote about it twice, so what does that tell you?!
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