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More Is Than Isn't

RJD2

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With his debut album Dead Ringer offering nothing but addictive, gritty, busy, sample-heavy hip-hop of the head-bobbing variety, U.S. producer RJD2 found himself in a Catch 22, something like damned if he grew and damned if he didn't. It's not as if his music was ignored or avoided because of that beloved debut, but "not Dead Ringer" was a phrase heard too often, right til his 2010 effort The Colossus welcomed a new crop of fans. As such, More Is Than Isn't is a "not The Colossus" effort as the strength and the power of that previous effort are smoothed-out here, beginning with bit of string-filled sweetness dubbed "Suite 1." Chock-full of soul and spirit, "Temperamental," with former Little Brother member Phonte Coleman, is arguably the best RJD2 vocal track to date, while "A Lot of Night Ahead of You" touches upon Dead Ringer's love of grind and grit, but the tinkling sequencers that fly about the cut are as 2013 RJD2 as the searing rock guitar that cuts through the track. Popped high on disco and furious congas, "Winter Isn't Coming" is a jazz fusion wonder that shines bright; then there's the delightful thrill of live-feeling jazz-funk ("Got There, Sugar?") giving way to Aaron Livingston delivering an excellent broken beat, future ballad ("Love and Go"). Explaining that "It All Came to Me in a Dream," rapper Blueprint speaks for the producer's motives on the closing cut, and even if More Is Than Isn't doesn't flow as well as his previous efforts, this everything-and-the-kitchen-sink experience is dazzling, always leaving the listener wondering what might come next.
© David Jeffries /TiVo

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1
Suite 1
00:02:01

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

2
Temperamental
00:03:27

RJD2, MainArtist - Phonte Coleman, FeaturedArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Daddy's New Bowtie (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

3
Behold, Numbers!
00:04:33

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

4
Her Majesty's Socialist Request
00:03:45

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

5
A Lot of Night Ahead of You
00:02:56

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

6
Bathwater
00:03:06

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - P. Blackk, FeaturedArtist

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

7
Milk Tooth
00:03:56

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

8
Suite 2
00:01:48

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

9
Winter Isn't Coming
00:04:13

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

10
See You Leave
00:04:59

Khari Mateen, FeaturedArtist - STS, FeaturedArtist - RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

11
Got There, Sugar?
00:04:29

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

12
Love and Go
00:04:30

RJD2, MainArtist - Aaron Livingston, FeaturedArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Aaron Earl Livingston (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

13
Descended from Myth
00:06:14

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

14
Dirty Hands
00:03:48

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

15
It All Came to Me in a Dream
00:03:17

RJD2, MainArtist - Blueprint, FeaturedArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Printmatic Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

16
Suite 3
00:02:26

RJD2, MainArtist - R J Electrical Connections (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 RJ's Electrical Connections, LLC (P) 2013 R J Electrical Connections

Descriptif de l'album

With his debut album Dead Ringer offering nothing but addictive, gritty, busy, sample-heavy hip-hop of the head-bobbing variety, U.S. producer RJD2 found himself in a Catch 22, something like damned if he grew and damned if he didn't. It's not as if his music was ignored or avoided because of that beloved debut, but "not Dead Ringer" was a phrase heard too often, right til his 2010 effort The Colossus welcomed a new crop of fans. As such, More Is Than Isn't is a "not The Colossus" effort as the strength and the power of that previous effort are smoothed-out here, beginning with bit of string-filled sweetness dubbed "Suite 1." Chock-full of soul and spirit, "Temperamental," with former Little Brother member Phonte Coleman, is arguably the best RJD2 vocal track to date, while "A Lot of Night Ahead of You" touches upon Dead Ringer's love of grind and grit, but the tinkling sequencers that fly about the cut are as 2013 RJD2 as the searing rock guitar that cuts through the track. Popped high on disco and furious congas, "Winter Isn't Coming" is a jazz fusion wonder that shines bright; then there's the delightful thrill of live-feeling jazz-funk ("Got There, Sugar?") giving way to Aaron Livingston delivering an excellent broken beat, future ballad ("Love and Go"). Explaining that "It All Came to Me in a Dream," rapper Blueprint speaks for the producer's motives on the closing cut, and even if More Is Than Isn't doesn't flow as well as his previous efforts, this everything-and-the-kitchen-sink experience is dazzling, always leaving the listener wondering what might come next.
© David Jeffries /TiVo

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