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EP

by The Chosen

The debut EP from one of Portland\'s dopest Live Hip-Hop bands. Featuring Al-One of the Sandpeople early in his career.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Rushin Rulet
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2. Until We
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3. Syncronized feat. jimi Hasket guitar
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4. Dayz feat. Toni HIll & Bleek
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5. Total Domination feat. Anaxagorus & Colossus
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
THE CHOSEN: Andy B. (Drums), Grand Verbal (Bass) ,J-Walk (Keys),
Al-One (Mc) ,Sawif (Mc)
Founded in 1996 by Al-One and Andy B.(Alphabet Stew) The Mc/Producer Duo decided to travel in a new direction and create a band. The Chosen\'s Debut appearance was in 1998 at the Proz and Conz album release party, since then the band has played with such acts as Slick Rick, Dialated Peoples, Jeru the Damaja, Black Eyed Peas, and many more big name acts. In 2002 Beau Brian joined the band as an additional keyboard player. \" C.A.R.\" the Chosen\'s first studio album remains unreleased, locked away in the vaults of momentum studios( Zebulon Dak). Almost 10 years later Andy B. and Al-One create Alphabet Stew.........
Check below in the other CDs you will love for more releases by AL-One.
Alphabet Stew featuring AL-ONE and ANDY B.(drummer for the chosen) AVAILABLE NOW!!!

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solid writing, sound talent, raw production
20 minutes of solid NW hip hop. it's a real band with live musicians who all gel well together. the thought-provoking lyrics flow. each song is strong. no overproduction, none needed with all the solid talent well-utilized in this classic NW hip hop EP.

When the album ends, you will be left wanting more...but that's what the Alphabet Stew is here for...so check that out, too.
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