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In the history of rap, some questions remain unfathomable. Like knowing which Roots' best album is. What is certain is that their first, Do You Want More? !!! ??! (1995), comes back frequently in the shortlist alongside Things Fall Apart (1999), Phrenology (2002) or Game Theory (2006). With his rap-jazz jam tunes, his raw and thrifty construction, he is the perfect illustration of the formation's groove, a base around which an entire discography has been built. Composed mainly of remixes of the original tracklist already published, this tasty deluxe* reissue suggests how the Roots, while cultivating their uniqueness, knew how to be deeply rooted in the New York sound of its time. The versions of Proceed remixed by A.J. Shine or that of Silent Treatment by Kelo add classic samples of the time, a definitely old school side, while respecting the untouchable drums of Questlove, the only element never disguised. Also exciting to hear another version of Distortion To Static in freestyle and scratched choruses, or the new verses and ad libs placed on Lazy Afternoon. Good new with good old. © Brice Miclet / Qobuz


* This deluxe edition, which was slated for release on March 12, will be available on June 25. It is drawn from the original recordings and features eighteen bonus tracks curated by Questlove; some of which have never been released and others that have never previously been available digitally. The 3LP deluxe vinyl edition features five bonus tracks — Proceed II Feat. Roy Ayers, Proceed III, Proceed IV (AJ Shine Mix), Proceed V (Beatminerz Mix), along with five remixes of Silent Treatment. While the 4LP edition features all of the above plus the additional eight bonus tracks : In Your Dreams Kid (I'm Every MC), The Ultimate (Original '94 Version), ...… (dot dot dot… on & on), Pffat Time, Swept Away (Original Draft), It's Coming, Lazy Afternoon (Alternate Version)", and two remix versions of" Distortion To Static".


Original release October 24, 1994 (USA) and January 17, 1995 (Do You Want More?!!!??! - Tracks 1-16)

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1
Intro / There's Something Goin' On
00:01:17
2
Proceed
00:04:35
3
Distortion To Static
00:04:12
4
Mellow My Man
00:04:37
5
I Remain Calm
00:04:07
6
Datskat
00:03:40
7
Lazy Afternoon (featuring Sista Urban & Rachel Graham)
00:05:06
8
? Vs. Rahzel
00:03:17
9
Do You Want More?!!!??!
00:03:20
10
What Goes On, Pt. 7
00:05:32
11
Essaywhuman?!!!??!
00:04:59
12
Swept Away (featuring Cassandra Wilson)
00:03:46
13
You Ain't Fly
00:04:42
14
Silent Treatment (featuring Cassandra Wilson)
00:06:51
15
The Lesson Pt. 1 (featuring Dice Raw)
00:05:11
16
The Unlocking (featuring Ursula Rucker)
00:05:29

Bonus Tracks (Tariq Trotter)

17
Proceed II feat. Roy Ayers
00:05:47
18
Proceed III
00:04:11
19
Proceed IV (A.J. Shine Mix)
00:03:41
20
Proceed V (Beatminerz Mix)
00:04:31
21
Silent Treatment (Kelo's Remix)
00:04:02
22
Silent Treatment (Beatminerz Mix)
00:04:16
23
Silent Treatment (Black Thought's '87 And Yours Mix)
00:04:35
24
Silent Treatment (Question's Mix)
00:04:51
25
Silent Treatment (Street Mix)
00:06:59
26
In Your Dreams Kid (I'm Every MC)
00:06:33
27
The Ultimate (Original '94 Version)
00:07:17
28
...…(dot dot dot…on & on)
00:04:05
29
Pffat Time (Steve Williamson Mix)
00:05:52
30
Swept Away (Original Draft)
00:02:32
31
It's Comin'
00:06:27
32
Lazy Afternoon (Alternate Version)
00:05:06
33
Distortion To Static (Freestyle Mix)
00:04:51
34
Distortion To Static (Quest Jim Mix)
00:04:22

Album Description

In the history of rap, some questions remain unfathomable. Like knowing which Roots' best album is. What is certain is that their first, Do You Want More? !!! ??! (1995), comes back frequently in the shortlist alongside Things Fall Apart (1999), Phrenology (2002) or Game Theory (2006). With his rap-jazz jam tunes, his raw and thrifty construction, he is the perfect illustration of the formation's groove, a base around which an entire discography has been built. Composed mainly of remixes of the original tracklist already published, this tasty deluxe* reissue suggests how the Roots, while cultivating their uniqueness, knew how to be deeply rooted in the New York sound of its time. The versions of Proceed remixed by A.J. Shine or that of Silent Treatment by Kelo add classic samples of the time, a definitely old school side, while respecting the untouchable drums of Questlove, the only element never disguised. Also exciting to hear another version of Distortion To Static in freestyle and scratched choruses, or the new verses and ad libs placed on Lazy Afternoon. Good new with good old. © Brice Miclet / Qobuz


* This deluxe edition, which was slated for release on March 12, will be available on June 25. It is drawn from the original recordings and features eighteen bonus tracks curated by Questlove; some of which have never been released and others that have never previously been available digitally. The 3LP deluxe vinyl edition features five bonus tracks — Proceed II Feat. Roy Ayers, Proceed III, Proceed IV (AJ Shine Mix), Proceed V (Beatminerz Mix), along with five remixes of Silent Treatment. While the 4LP edition features all of the above plus the additional eight bonus tracks : In Your Dreams Kid (I'm Every MC), The Ultimate (Original '94 Version), ...… (dot dot dot… on & on), Pffat Time, Swept Away (Original Draft), It's Coming, Lazy Afternoon (Alternate Version)", and two remix versions of" Distortion To Static".


Original release October 24, 1994 (USA) and January 17, 1995 (Do You Want More?!!!??! - Tracks 1-16)

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