Moka Only | The Station Agent

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The Station Agent

by Moka Only

Making a Clean Break from his Tenure with Swollen Members, the Real Talent Behind the Group Shows Us his Skills Behind the Boards, as Well as his Mastering of Layered Harmonies and Classic-era Moka Verses.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Dintro / Sunlite Filter
2:31 album only
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2. Rumpa-Pum / Company For The Pum
2:17 album only
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3. Creatures never dance
1:19 album only
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4. Donut House, The (For J. Yancey)
1:23 album only
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5. Ask Me Why / Ended For Me
2:04 album only
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6. God Got My Back
1:48 album only
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7. Quick Six / Upward Spiral
1:11 album only
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8. Just When I think We There
1:44 album only
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9. Opium Groove
0:31 album only
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10. The Damn Summer / From The Grain
2:08 album only
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11. Behind the Piano Gates
1:05 album only
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12. It's A Drag / Um Um Uh
1:08 album only
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13. Dirty Lil Box / Outside The Box
1:35 album only
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14. U Should Heart U / Psy Is Odd - (with Psy)
2:17 album only
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15. All The Latest Bells & Whistles
1:36 album only
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16. See Ya At The Top With Ease
1:12 album only
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17. Istics / Budd Break
2:09 album only
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18. Begin Again (Pieces Of Toast)
1:41 album only
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19. Sounds Like Advice
0:36 album only
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20. Shuffle (In The Leaves) / Wouldn't Be Nothin'
2:29 album only
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21. Stationhouse Blues / Skyrocket
1:36 album only
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22. That's What It Is
1:48 album only
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23. Laundry (Downy Keeps It Soft)
1:04 album only
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24. Whispering David - (with Psy)
1:18 album only
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25. Face It, It's Over
0:51 album only
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26. Shove (aka The Song That Doesn't Belong Here)
2:46 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Making a clean break from his tenure with Swollen Members, the real talent behind the group shows us his skills behind the boards, as well as his mastering of layered harmonies and classic-era Moka verses.

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www.cdbaby.com/cd/rhhbmister

Sick beats! Must have album!!
Sick beats! Must have album!!
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John Book, Music For America

A diverse album you can rejoice to, with good tidings
You may know Moka Only, a/k/a Torch, from his days with the Swollen Members. Now, he's going at it on his own. The Station Agent (Camobear) runs like a Dilla beat tape, but this is Torch's world, and with 26 songs (!!!) to choose from, you will have lots of time exploring, and loving the expedition at the same time.

He says in the liner notes that this is the album he's always wanted to do, one that involves his own beats, instrumentation, and harmony vocals as well, and that lack of fear to try out new things and create new musical words is one of the album's more defining moments. Upon entering, he plays around with beats, beats, and more beats, sometimes he feels like rhyming, other times he may sing. For other songs, he may let the beat, bass, and samples take off and they become part of the glue which hold the album together. He believes in what I believe in, in that one can "tell stories through sounds and samples". The album will not be for everyone, it's not just 12 or 14 songs and bail, and while some of these tracks (many of them less than two minutes in length) may serve as interludes on other albums, they are part of the vibe he's trying to create.

It feels like an album he did for himself, raw yet polished, and he decided to share that with the rest of the world. The songs are like those wack-a-moles at Chuck E. Cheese's, you never know when the guy is going to pop up on his own album, and when he does, you rejoice with good tidings.
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