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Fantastic Damage is the first proper full-length solo album by New York rapper and producer El-P, released on his own Definitive Jux label on May 14, 2002. The tracks "Fantastic Damage", "Deep Space 9mm", and "The Nang, the Front, the Bush and the Shit" were featured in the El-P-scored graffiti film Bomb the System. An instrumental version of the album, Fandam Plus: Instrumentals, Remixes, Lyrics & Video, was released on 1 October 2002. This double disc release included all the… read more



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  • Avatar for ckunke002
    so strange how things change... same story as some of you. really didnt like it at first, now it's some of the most intriguing and simply dope music i have ever heard. constantly coming back to this album... what an artist
  • Avatar for MarcusAurelio
    It obviously takes a fair few listens, but this album is... to put it short, absolutely wonderful.
  • Avatar for luizprigol
    fuckin great cover too
  • Avatar for substancex
    You have to put this album in context to fully appreciate it. Absolutely NOTHING in hip hop sounded even remotely like this when it came out. Back then this record sounded like a transmission from another dimension.
  • Avatar for jussi_m
    His masterpiece
  • Avatar for ObeseBurnVictim
    I remember vehemently hating this album when it was first released, but after several years and listens later, I really love this album.
  • Avatar for JamesLebowski
    Up all night is on "I'll sleep when you're dead".
  • Avatar for drussellsdct
    classic shyt.
  • Avatar for Manor_v
    where is up all night?
  • Avatar for benjaminroosien
    This album just made me realize what a great investment my professional headphones really were. Wow.

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