J Dilla - Donuts (2LP)

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Hip Hop, Instrumental, Instrumental Hip Hop, Experimental Hip Hop, Neo Soul
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Artist: J Dilla
Album: Donuts
Released: US, 2018


A1Donuts (Outro)0:12
A4Light It0:35
A5The New0:49
A8The Diff'rence1:52
B2Time: The Donut Of The Heart1:38
B6Stepson Of The Clapper1:01
B7The Twister (Huh, What)1:16
C1One Eleven1:11
C2Two Can Win1:47
C3Don't Cry1:59
C4Anti-American Graffiti1:53
C5Geek Down1:19
D1One For Ghost1:18
D2Dilla Says Go1:16
D4The Factory1:23
D8Last Donut Of The Night1:39
D9Welcome To The Show

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When 'Donuts' came out, on J Dilla's birthday, February 7, 2006, it was with a drawing cover (scribbled up by Jeff Jank). Dilla had originally asked for, "some Quasimoto type shit," and this was it. As some years passed, the vinyl was eventually reissued with "the smile" photo cover, and the drawing eventually went out of print.

"Donuts" is ten years old now. Many new people have discovered "Donuts" and the work of our favourite producer along the way. Buy your copy today!

"Donuts is the second studio album by the American hip hop producer J Dilla, released on February 7, 2006, by Stones Throw Records. It was released on the day of his 32nd birthday, three days before his death.The album was recorded in 2005, largely during J Dilla's extended stay at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center due to complications from thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) and lupus. Twenty-nine of the album's thirty-one tracks were recorded in J Dilla's hospital room, using a 45-rpm record player and a Boss SP-303 sampler.Donuts received widespread critical acclaim for its dense, eclectic sampling and its perceived confrontation of mortality. Pitchfork placed the album at number 38 on their list of the top 50 albums of 2006 and at number 66 on their list of the top 200 albums of the 2000s. In 2020, Rolling Stone ranked the album at 386 in their 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. It is regarded as J Dilla's magnum opus, a classic of instrumental hip hop, and one of the most influential hip hop albums of all time, with artists of many genres citing it as an inspiration." - Wikipedia