8 thoughts on “ No Snakes Alive - King Geedorah* - Take Me To Your Leader (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Apr 24,  · Label: Big Dada Recordings - BDCD • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Test Pressing • Country: UK • Genre: Hip Hop • King Geedorah* - Take Me To Your Leader (, Vinyl) | Discogs /5(2).
  2. Apr 22,  · Written, arranged and produced by the Metal Fingered Villain. Mixed and masted by KING GEEDORAH. 'FAZERS' co-produced by tutocuadcenthyboostmonboanocordcare.coinfo Hype sticker on the front of shrink wrap reads, "Special Issue Vinyl / The Masterpiece from MF DOOM / Red Vinyl / /5().
  3. Jun 17,  · King Geedorah is without doubt my favorite MF Doom alter ego. This album is perfect on so many different levels. It's high concept, it's artwork, the numerous guest stars (especially Mr Fantastic on Anti Matter) and of course the genius rhymes. From the opening line, the simple statement "King Geedorah - take me me to your leader!"/5(95).
  4. "Star Anis" is an instrumental version of "No Snakes Alive Pt. 3" by MF Grimm, from the collaboration EP with MF DOOM, the MF EP. It is also used on an updated version, "No Snakes Alive", by King Geedorah featuring MF Grimm and Rodan, from the album Take Me to Your Leader.
  5. Sep 07,  · Take Me To Your Leader tracklisting: Fazers Fastlane Krazy World The Final Hour Monster Zero Next Levels No Snakes Alive 0 Anti-Matter Take Me To Your Leader Lockjaw I Wonder One Smart Nigger The Fine Print. More about: DOOM, King Geedorah, MF DOOM.
  6. 12” rigid-board gatefold sleeve with wide spine (6mm) - cream uncoated board with burgundy foil artwork. 12” perforated card inserts, red vinyl in separate printed sleeves. Released in as MF DOOM's star was rising into the stratosphere, Take Me to Your Leader finds the Brand: Ninja Tune.
  7. King Geedorah is without doubt my favorite MF Doom alter ego. This album is perfect on so many different levels. It's high concept, it's artwork, the numerous guest stars (especially Mr Fantastic on Anti Matter) and of course the genius rhymes. From the opening line, the simple statement "King Geedorah - take me me to your leader!"/5(95).
  8. Coming four years since his game-changing solo debut Operation Doomsday and a year before fan fav Mm.. Food, Take Me To Your Leader is something of an underground classic. The dopest loops with a comic book comedic approach to obscure samples peppered in by the metal faced villain. All laid under the tightest, most creative bars in the game.

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