- Performer:Soul Blend People
- Title:Getting at the Roots of Our Grooves
- Date of release:June 22, 2004
- Size FLAC version1892 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1283 megabytes
- Size WMA version1291 megabytes
- Formats:DMF MIDI MOD AUD AAC FLAC
Things Fall Apart (also referred to as When Things Fall Apart) is the fourth studio album by American hip hop band The Roots, released February 23, 1999 on MCA Records. Recording sessions for the album took place at Electric Lady Studios during 1997 to 1998, coinciding with recording for other projects of the Soulquarians collective, including D'Angelo's Voodoo (2000), Erykah Badu's Mama's Gun (2000), and Common's Like Water for Chocolate (2000).
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This Roots discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Roots albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included The Roots singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. If you want to know, "What is the best Roots album of all time?" or "What are the top Roots albums?" then this list will answer your questions. Getting their start back in 1989, the Roots have led a long and successful career, releasing a series of great albums. In fact, some albums, like Things Fall Apart, have been certified gold or platinum. Their most notable albums include the aforementioned Things Fall Apart and Phrenology.
Things Fall Apart was a turning point for the Roots, the record where they figured out what kind of band they could be. Both its themes and its eclectic mix of sounds resonate in the current moment. How Musicians Are Fixing the Summer Music Scene With Their Own Festivals. Artists including Bon Iver, Chance the Rapper, Wilco, and the Roots are giving the festival market a much-needed jolt. by: Grayson Haver Currin.
Discover all The Roots's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Remixes of The Roots Tracks (14). Let them know that the current video is for the song "Another Again" from the same album.
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The easy-flowing Things Fall Apart made the Roots one of the most popular artists of alternative rap's second wave. Anticipated nearly as much as it was delayed, the proper studio follow-up, Phrenology, finally appeared in late 2002, after much perfectionist tinkering by the band - so much that the liner notes include recording dates (covering a span of two years) and, sometimes, histories for the individual tracks. Similarly, lead single "Break You Off," a neo-soul duet with Musiq, winds up in a melange of drum'n'bass programming and live strings.
Different blend of screwed piano soul chords and afro beat drum groove Jhene Bilal Outkast Busta Rhymes Rihanna screwed afrobeat More. Beats marked with a purple "E" at the top right corner are for Exclusive Rights.
The Roots' first major-label album, Do You Want More?!!!?!, was released in January 1995. Forsaking usual hip-hop protocol, the album was produced without any samples or previously recorded material. The Beginner's Guide to Understanding the Roots appeared at the end of the year. A subsequent deal with Def Jam fostered a series of riveting, often grim sets, beginning with Game Theory (August 2006) and Rising Down (April 2008). As they remained with Fallon, the Roots worked with Miami soul legend Betty Wright on November 2011's Betty Wright: The Movie, and followed it the next month with their 13th studio album, Undun, an ambitious concept album whose main character dies in the first track and then follows his life backward. Work on the group's next studio album was postponed as an unexpected duet album with Elvis Costello took priority for the group in 2013.
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