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Daisy Chain - Do What Thou Wilt download album

  • Performer: Daisy Chain
  • Album: Do What Thou Wilt
  • FLAC: 1812 mb | MP3: 1575 mb
  • Released: 1988
  • Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 996
Daisy Chain - Do What Thou Wilt download album

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is the fourth studio album by American rapper Ab-Soul. It was released on December 9, 2016, by Top Dawg Entertainment. The album was supported by two singles: "Huey Knew" and "Braille". In 2007, Ab-Soul signed a deal with Top Dawg Entertainment. through the TDE label, Ab-Soul embarked on a national concert tour

Released December 9, 2016. is the fourth studio album by TDE-artist Ab-Soul. It is the long-awaited follow up to These Day. .The album was released on December 9, 2016, under Top Dawg Entertainment and Interscope Records. This marks Soul’s first album under Interscope. The album was supported by four singles: Huey Knew (which became Huey Knew THEN on the album), Braille, Threatening Nature, and . G While giving the fans an update on the album he had something noteworthy to say about the content of the album: The name of the album is a reference to Thelema, the philosophy developed.

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from the album MECHANICAL SOULS - A Tribute To H. R. GIGER (Compilation). Do What Thou Wilt Records.

Scott Glaysher of XXL said, "The kind of God level rapping that Ab-Soul showcases on Do What Thou Wilt means this album will exist predominantly in the headphones of those shrewd enough to understand. Calum Slingerland of Exclaim! said, "Ab-Soul is more successful when he mines his own sorrow. Dan Kok of PopMatters said, "It's an album that.

Style: rap. Album year: 2016.

The glaring con on Do What Thou Wilt. is quite obvious, it’s the length. An hour and 17 minutes is far too long for an album like this and it doesn’t help that there are a few duds on here that should’ve obviously been cut like Wifey vs WiFi. The last two songs as well feel out of place and disconnected from the rest of the album opting for a more upbeat and poppy style. While not bad songs, they should’ve been left on the cutting room floor or at least being bonus tracks. With Ab-Soul once again releasing a quality album, the Black Hippy crew is in full force


A1 Sorry
A2 Get Ya
A3 Meant For Me
A4 Give Me Time
A5 You
A6 Before I Go
B1 Don't Go
B2 Put A Chain (Around My Neck)
B3 C'mon Over
B4 Love To Live
B5 My Soul
B6 Eight Arms

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