Singles Club: Gazzillion Ear

i don’t know what it is, but i have been downright addicted to some space age sounding shit lately. i’ve been listening to a bunch of DJs to an almost unnatural degree, assuming such a thing is possible. Of particular interest of late have been Flying Lotus, The Gaslamp Killer, Madlib and the incomparable J Dilla. As luck would have it, a couple of those cats are on the latest DOOM joint, the Gazzillion Ear EP.

Unfortunately, it hasn’t actually dropped yet and i still need to get my hands on the full thing, but thanks to the wonderful Interwebs, i’ve been able to track down a couple of the tracks, for free, no less. And what kind of mp3 blogger would i be if i didn’t share the spoils with you lazy bastards? Seriously, you can start giving back at any time now. If anyone wants to start giving me free Pro Tools lessons, i’m more than willing to call us even.

Back to the remixes, though. Of course, there’s the original, complete with beats provided by the late, great J. Dilla. Originally, there was only that and the Thom Yorke’s spooky version that’s been floating around for months. Now, though, for the price of your email address, you can get a version that isn’t even on the EP, by none other than Madlib himself with an intro by Kayne West.

There are a couple more versions on the actual EP, plus a bonus beat, but, as previously mentioned, i’m afraid i can’t tell you anything about those. i have little doubt, however, that they are quite villainous, and what more do we need than that?

mp3: Gazzillion Ear (DOOM original with beat by J. Dilla from Born Like This)

mp3: Gazzillion Ear (Thom Yorke Remix) (DOOM from Gazzillion Ear Remixes EP)

mp3: Gazzillion Ear (MADVILLAINZ remix ft. Kanye West as KHAN) (DOOM from the Interwebs)
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3 thoughts on “Singles Club: Gazzillion Ear

  1. Well, schyller, both times i've tried to listen to that site's player, it's crashed my internet connection. The download function seems to work OK, though, and since Nigerian rap as a concept intrigues me, you just might see a quick review here at LET.

  2. This is great! I am an independent singer songwriter and I learn a lot from reading blogs like this – thanks so much for sharing.

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