Stones Throw 101

Stones Throw 101

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Stones Throw 101

Most underground hip-hop fans won't need a primer on Stones Throw, easily the best independent rap label of the late '90s and 2000s, and the home of Peanut Butter Wolf, Wildchild, and a host of Madlib projects (Madvillain, Quasimoto, Lootpack, Yesterday's New Quintet). Nevertheless, for its 101st release the label organized a two-disc package including a DVD with all of the label's videos and a CD with a Peanut Butter Wolf mix album of Stones Throw classics and unreleased tracks. Actually, the set works better as a fan-only release (of which the label has many) than an introduction, including more obscurities than truly excellent nuggets. Everyone exposed to this package, though, will discover exactly what makes the label special: an unerring ability to inflict the most bizarre material on unsuspecting listeners lured in by the label's world-class beat-making. The mix disc from Stones Throw boss PBW shows his affinity for resurrecting forgotten music from many varying generations and styles -- from acid rock (the Stark Reality) to funk (L.A. Carnival) to new wave (Gary Wilson) to golden age rap (Dooley-O). As good as the music is, the DVD portion is capable of luring in more buyers than the CD; anyone who follows the continuing development of innovative music videos should consider owning these. Madvillain's "All Caps," a Marvel comic come to life, is the most stunning, although Quasimoto's "Come On Feet" is fascinating as well (imagine if Tool were ever hired to make a video for Sesame Street), and, for label fans only, "Whenimondamic" has Lootpack ranging around the California desert reprising The X-Files (making a freak like OutKast's Andre 3000 seem like Father MC in comparison).

Product Details

Release Date: 11/16/2004
Label: Stones Throw
UPC: 0659457210120
catalogNumber: 2101


Disc 1

  1. Rhinestone Cowboy & All Caps
  2. McNasty Filth
  3. Slim's Return
  4. Come on Feet/Good Morning Sunshine
  5. Whenimondamic
  6. Wonder Years
  7. Getcho Soul Togetha
  8. Money
  9. Linda Wants to Be Alone
  10. One in a Day
  11. Take It Back Home
  12. Red Light, Green Light
  13. A.V.E.R.A.G.E.
  14. On Muchmusic TV
  15. Live Debut at the Jazz Cafe, London
  16. Interview, 1999
  17. Tracking Down the Lost Funk Band
  18. The All Caps Blueprint
  19. Behind the Scenes for Come on Feet
  20. Headbangers Ball Video
  21. Live TV Performance, Boston, 1968

Disc 2

  1. My World Premiere
  2. In Rhymes We Trust/Dinosaur Brain Beat
  3. Falling
  4. Be With
  5. Accordion
  6. Little Girl
  7. Right Now Real/6 Variations of In the Rain
  8. Chippin
  9. Green Tree
  10. Dreams/Comrades
  11. Champion Sound
  12. A Ghetto Rhyme Story
  13. Raw Shit/#111
  14. Kiana
  15. I Can't Help Myself
  16. Bang Ya Head
  17. Good Morning Sunshine
  18. Blaze Up
  19. Figaro/Beat #222
  20. Interlude
  21. Play This One
  22. What About You
  23. Bunky's Pick
  24. Six Pack of Time/Runnin' Wild
  25. Sunrise
  26. Listen to This
  27. I'm Here
  28. The Mission/Beat #333
  29. She Makes Think of Endicott
  30. Eye
  31. Fraudulent
  32. Episode 2
  33. Gangsta Groove
  34. Unassisted
  35. Talk About a Girl
  36. Ladies Can I Have Your Attention
  37. B-Boy Theme
  38. Headbanger's Ball
  39. Showbiz
  40. Space Slut
  41. In Your Area
  42. Parallel Worlds

Album Credits

Technical Credits

David "Kid" Ramos   Producer
Peanut Butter Wolf   Executive Producer
J. Brown   Composer
Ynot   Contributor
Christian Strickland   Director
Wildchild   Composer
J. Green   Composer
J-Rocc   Contributor
Otis Jackson   Composer
John Castro   Filmmaker
Jeff Jank   Art Direction,Filmmaker
Dudley Perkins   Composer
Jerry Henry   Director
Jason Goldwatch   Director
David Ahuja   Director
James Reitano   Director,Illustrations
Tomas Apodaca   Director,Contributor
Heather Cardone   Graphic Design
Scott Dygert   Director
Andrew Gura   Director
Steven Kang   Authoring
Steven McIntyre   Director
Lex Sidon   Director
Spygirl   Director
James Yancey   Composer

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Stones Throw 101 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For starters...I'm a new convert to music by Stones Throw and Definitive Jux. This is music that goes way beyond the confines of what you're forced fed by the radio. Although I'm only familiar with the likes of Madlib, JayLib, Madvillain, and Dudley Perkins from the Stones Throw roster, the mix CD by Peanut Butter Wolf gives access to the other artists on the label. What is really cool about this DVD/CD combo is that it offers an alternative to what you're used to seeing. Check out the videos for Quasimoto's "Come on Feet", Madvillain's "All Caps" and "Rhinestone Cowboy", and Gary Wilson's "Linda Wants To Be Alone"...straight outside the box material. What makes this such a treat is that it is all good music...a great introduction to Oh No, Koushik, and some of Madlib's other aliases. It's great music that doesn't limit itself to pop's music the way it should be done...creative, artistic, unrestrained, and GENIUS!!!