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8 thoughts on “ Intro - Kool Keith - Black Elvis / Lost In Space (Cassette, Album)

  1. Welcome to HHH Listening Club! Today we'll be listening to Black Elvis/Lost in Space by Kool Keith. Background. Written by /u/yung_hokage_stef. For over 40 years Kool Keith, a.k.a Dr. Octagon, a.k.a Dr. Dooom, has held the title of being one of hip-hop’s most bizarre and convoluted figures.
  2. Dec 27,  · Old-school rapper Kool Keith has transformed himself again into his alter ego, the intergalactic Black Elvis. The eccentric MC recently began work on the sequel to Black Elvis/Lost in Space .
  3. If Black Elvis/Lost in Space doesn't make quite the splash of 's Dr. Octagon, it's mostly because there's a distinct sense that Kool Keith is retreading familiar (through incredibly fun) territory. One thing's for sure, DJ QBert's scratching is definitely missed.
  4. Intro --Lost in space --Rockets on the battlefield --Livin' astro --Supergalactic lover --Master of the game --I'm seein' robots --Static --Intro 2 --Black Elvis --Maxi curls --Keith Turbo --Fine girls --The girls don't like the job --Clifton --All the time --I don't play. Other Titles: Lost in space.
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  6. Keith, admist whatever else he calls himself, and the man with a concept behind almost every album, incorporates two concepts into this release: 'Black Elvis' and 'Lost In Space.' While the 'space' concept was nothing unfamiliar to him, the 'Black Elvis' moniker was, yet he embraces it effortlessly/5(45).
  7. Of course good ideas also get made up into this album. There is a reason there are two introductions as there are two album titles (no it isn't a coincidence). That being, there are two different things being explored here, one is regular old Keith, except he is in space, and one is being placed on regular old Earth, except its with Black Elvis.
  8. Music Reviews: Black Elvis/Lost in Space by Kool Keith released in via Columbia. Genre: Experimental Hip Hop.

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