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Octave One - The Theory Of Everything FLAC

Singer:

Octave One

Album:

The Theory Of Everything

Genre:

Electronic style / Hip-hop & RAP

FLAC album size:

1140 mb

MP3 album size:

1616 mb

WMA album size:

1841 mb

Other music formats:

MP2 WMA AA DXD AUD VQF ADX

Rating:

4.7 ✱

Style:

House, Techno, Downtempo

Country:

UK

Date of release:

2005

Octave One - The Theory Of Everything FLAC


Octave One - The Theory Of Everything FLAC

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Bout To Blow
Vocals – P-Gruv
A2 Wish I Was
Vocals – Vonnica Jones
A3 All2u (Theory Edit)
Featuring – Lance BurdenVocals – Delano Tyler
B1 Possession
Featuring – Lance Burden
B2 It Ain't Easy
Vocals – P-Gruv, Vonnica Jones
B3 Somedays (Theory Edit)
Vocals – Ann Saunderson, Delano Tyler
C1 It's Your Reality
Vocals – Lenny Burden
C2 The X
Featuring – Lynell Burden
C3 Unheard Of
Vocals – P-Gruv
D1 World U Know
Vocals – Ann Saunderson
D2 Behind The Sun
Featuring – Lance Burden
D3 Blackwater (Vocal String Mix - Theory Edit)
Strings – Urban Soul OrchestraVocals – Ann Saunderson, Paul Randolph
E1 Bout To Blow (Instrumental)
E2 Wish I Was (Instrumental)
F1 It Ain't Easy (Instrumental)
F2 Unheard Of (Instrumental)
F3 World U Know (Instrumental)

Notes

Octave One: Lawrence Burden, Lorne Burden, and Lenny Burden.
Additional ones: Lance Burden and Lynell Burden.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CEPTCD10 Octave One The Theory Of Everything ‎(CD, Album) Concept Music CEPTCD10 UK 2004



Tygokasa
Octave One’s “The Theory of Everything,” comes across as a failed attempt to expand on the ideas and sounds set forth in “Black Water.” While it is hard to deny that “Black Water” is a classic, Theory’s attempt to recreate the feel of the original sounds more like premature mutations than credible music. The all too familiar strings of “Black Water” are copied over and over again in songs whose instruments and vocals never manage to come together as cohesive songs. If the Burden Brothers are classically trained musicians then it doesn’t show in this album. The stand out track, “’Bout to Blow,” is perhaps the only song with some quality to it. It is Hip Hop with a distinctive Octave One twist. It is great to hear techno producers weigh in on the Hip Hop scene. That said, independent, contemporary Hip Hop producers have left Octave One in the dust when it comes to this genre. Though a noble and credit worthy attempt, it would have to be more than just a good Hip Hop track to carry the rest of the album’s failures; it would have to be definitive.

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