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Double colored vinyl LP pressing. Blowout Comb was the second album by Brooklyn-based hip hop trio Digable Planets, originally released in 1994. Like with 1993's debut Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space), the album created hip hop that blended jazz with the formidable rap skills of the aforementioned Butterfly, Craig 'Doodlebug' Irving and Mary Ann 'Ladybug Mecca' Vieira. Unlike that debut, it meant broadening to include guests such as Gang Starr's Guru, Jeru the Damaja, and Jazzy Joyce. This is an album firmly rooted in Brooklyn. Though Digable Planets have reunited on occasion since - and though their influence endures in every top-shelf rap act with a jazzy sensibility - the trio parted ways after Blowout Comb, citing that old favorite "creative differences". Sometimes, the most volatile combinations create the best art.
Double colored vinyl LP pressing. Blowout Comb was the second album by Brooklyn-based hip hop trio Digable Planets, originally released in 1994. Like with 1993's debut Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space), the album created hip hop that blended jazz with the formidable rap skills of the aforementioned Butterfly, Craig 'Doodlebug' Irving and Mary Ann 'Ladybug Mecca' Vieira. Unlike that debut, it meant broadening to include guests such as Gang Starr's Guru, Jeru the Damaja, and Jazzy Joyce. This is an album firmly rooted in Brooklyn. Though Digable Planets have reunited on occasion since - and though their influence endures in every top-shelf rap act with a jazzy sensibility - the trio parted ways after Blowout Comb, citing that old favorite "creative differences". Sometimes, the most volatile combinations create the best art.
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Blowout Comb [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Digable Planets
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $47.98
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Double colored vinyl LP pressing. Blowout Comb was the second album by Brooklyn-based hip hop trio Digable Planets, originally released in 1994. Like with 1993's debut Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space), the album created hip hop that blended jazz with the formidable rap skills of the aforementioned Butterfly, Craig 'Doodlebug' Irving and Mary Ann 'Ladybug Mecca' Vieira. Unlike that debut, it meant broadening to include guests such as Gang Starr's Guru, Jeru the Damaja, and Jazzy Joyce. This is an album firmly rooted in Brooklyn. Though Digable Planets have reunited on occasion since - and though their influence endures in every top-shelf rap act with a jazzy sensibility - the trio parted ways after Blowout Comb, citing that old favorite "creative differences". Sometimes, the most volatile combinations create the best art.
        
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