DJ Shadow Announces Hidden Transmissions From the MPC Era, 1992 – 1996 For Fall Release

July 30th, 2012

Fans of DJ Shadow will be pleased to hear that they will soon have access to the artist’s tracks from the peak of his career. Total Breakdown: Hidden Transmissions from the MPC Era, 1992-1996 is set to release Fall 2012. Read on for more details as well as a track listing.


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The album is said to “highlight Shadow’s earliest productions on the Akai MPC and contains previously unreleased material,” as stated by Some Kind of Awesome. Other tracks include instrumental tracks from an EP that never released. While the album is not yet available for purchase, it is available for pre-order at DJShadow.com.

Full Track Listing
01. Intropy (Original Version)
02. Vee in Detroit
03. Dreams Of A Piece
04. The Not-So-Quiet Storm
05. Fast Rap Fanfare
06. Intensely Hitting
07. Mystical with Solo
08. Alright
09. Don’t Try It

Listen to a preview of these songs here:

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By Antoinette Ochoa Posted in News


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