Stranger Day | Strangers Die Everyday

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Strangers Die Everyday

by Stranger Day

It's fresh- Witty, Clever, with ill flow, S.Day is one of the most promising underground emcee's you've never/ever heard. Listen once, it's dope-listen twice it's clever, three times heads are spinnin'.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Grenade Brigade
3:34 album only
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2. Day After Yesterday
3:08 album only
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3. Elevate & Escalate
3:54 album only
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4. Last Call
3:50 album only
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5. Wrecking Ball
3:45 album only
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6. Cellar Door
3:25 album only
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7. Burning Bridges
3:59 album only
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8. 1 2 3 America
3:27 album only
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9. Beats, Rhymes, Die
2:14 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fresh Hip Hop for bored ears...Stranger Day is one of the most clever underground MCs you've ever/never heard. His Debut Album, "Strangers Die Everyday" takes you on a trip through the mind of an MC on some other track, but always tying his perspective in with your life. Just Listen, decide for yourself-and if you don't like it, buy it for a friend...

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Nathan Adair

Something NOT mainstream!
Sweet beats, smooth flow.. Better than anything on the dials right now!
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Poppa at Poppa Productions

Nice Concious Music
I love the cd.The flow,scratches and hot tracks.
Keep doing your thing.

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Brad at CD Baby


"It's a mixture of feel, touch, and what's really real." On "Elevate & Escalate," the third track on this half hour barrage of rock-solid lyricism, this underground MC gets going and gains momentum like he's never going to quit, spitting bar after bar and relentlessly pushing the track forward. Intricate and dense, these 9 songs embody what goes on the mind of a real MC, an artist whose motivation envelopes him to the point where the lyrical content ends up echoing that same creative drive. The beats here match his voice perfectly, spilling out thick and dark, but containing enough bounce factor to keep heads nodding along. While a lot of modern hip hop relies on hook heavy song construction that just ends up increasing the fluff, SD takes the high road and kicks lengthy verses that run circles around themselves, constantly coercing the listener to keep a finger poised near the rewind button. The word "underground" gets tossed around a lot lately, but this is a rapper that can wear that brand proudly. You could call it abstract, you could call it alt, but you should probably just call it intelligent and worth checking out.
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Seiz One

Worth Buying!
Strangers Die Every Day

Was definitely worth Buying! Stranger Day’s lyrics are honest/ emotional with a good energy.

Nice artwork and packaging.

The Last physical CD I bought prior to this was MF Doom MMFood Re-release.
Besides that I get my music via I tunes or from friends.

I got the CD and put it in a boom box, but really could not pay attention.
Finally I put it on the I-Pod.

The CD starts off with “Grenade Brigade”, besides the ill Scratching this song did not strike my attention. The Beat on “Day After Yesterday” was eerie and dark, Ill track.
“Elevate and Escalate” is the first song I hit repeat on. Ill lyrics, topic and I felt some real feeling and frustration. “Elevate and Escalate” and “Cellar Door” Are my favorites songs on the CD.
On “Wrecking Ball” I could do without the chorus. Just was not feeling it. But the song Intro and beat are on Point!

Over all solid CD, Id like to See Stranger Day live! Bet he got a killer stage Presence.
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KK


Simply Amazing. Enough said.
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Impressed!
The beats are tight, the flow is nice. An all around solid album...
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