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Dramadeus and the Enigma

by Dramadeus

2005 saw Dramadeus' 3rd release. From its palindrome track listing to the upside down reversible logo, this album is by far one of the most thought out well planned albums to be released to the underground!!!
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hardcore Rap
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1. R U Mad
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2. Ogre
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3. Live on Time
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4. Raw And...
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5. Examined
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6. Step on Edison
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7. Deified
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8. No Side No Pets
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9. De
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10. Ni
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11. Ma
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12. Xe
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13. DNA War
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14. Emit No Evil
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15. Ergo
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16. Dam U R
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Dramadeus has become an underground icon...though he was only on the scene for 3 years (2004-2006) he made more of a commotion in that short time than most do their entire music career...

From 1999 till 2003 Dramadeus, then known as G-Lock was one half of the group Twofold Horror and called Geto Zone Productions home, with his tag team partner Swade, Twofold Horror released 8+ albums before G-Lock decided he was ready to take it to another level...so towards the end of 2003, Dramadeus - The Modern Prometheus was recorded but never seen the light of day...as 2004 rolled around, Day of Wrath was recorded as well as a music video for the single "you make me sick", and this time, the album was pro pressed up and available at select local record stores in the metro detroit area as well as on www.dramadeus.com.

Dramadeus didnt get his big break until April 2004 when Ruthless Aggression Promotions signed him on to WickedStock IV up in Saginaw, MI with horrorcore legends Bedlam, and V-Sinizter...from there it was set in stone...Dramadeus was here to stay and Day of Wrath became an instant underground cult classic...

By 2005 Dramadeus was really making noise, catching the attention of several local record labels, May brought us Dramadeus and the Enigma and the release party was in Roseville, MI with none other than Myzery...a night that will be remembered for years to come...

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