Things Fall Apart

Things Fall Apart

by The Roots

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Product Details

Release Date: 02/23/1999
Label: Mca
UPC: 0008811194826
catalogNumber: 11948
Rank: 21283

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Roots   Primary Artist
D'Angelo   Keyboards
Marie Daulne   Background Vocals
Larry Gold   Viola
Bob Powers   Synthesizer
James Poyser   Keyboards
Erykah Badu   Background Vocals
Igor Szwec   Violin
Anthony Tidd   Guitar
Common   Vocals
Mos Def   Vocals
Scott Storch   Keyboards

Technical Credits

Kamal   Producer
Dave Ivory   Engineer
Derek Jackson   Executive Producer
Axel Niehaus   Engineer
James Poyser   Producer
Richard Nichols   Producer,Executive Producer
Ursula Rucker   Poetry
Chaos   Producer
Todd Fairall   Engineer
Gordon Rice   Engineer
Kenny J. Gravillis   Artwork
Francesca Spero   Executive Producer
?uestlove   Composer,Producer
Tariq Trotter   Producer
Blair Wells   Engineer
Melvin Lewis   Engineer
Russell A. Robinson   Artwork
Keith Cramer   Engineer
Erik Steinert   Pro-Tools
E. Smith   Composer
Scott Storch   Composer,Producer,Engineer

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Things Fall Apart 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although The Roots may seem as though they are new, they have been around since the beginning of time... or at least rap. Coming even harder on there most celebrated and commercial successful album, I would have to say that these maters of live performances ( i.e. Audiotistic held in San Bernardino attracted thousands upon thousands of people, young and old ) have finally made them a well known name in the public's eye. Well done...Well done.
Guest More than 1 year ago
4 stars only because illadelph was a 5 star album. Black Thought continues to improve.
Guest More than 1 year ago
THEY DIDN'T WIN A GRAMMY FOR NOTHING! FINALLY THE ROOTS GET THE WELL DESERVED RECOGNITION THAT THEY DESERVE. BUT IF YOU THINK THAT THE ONLY STANDOUT ON THIS ALBUM IS 'YOU GOT ME' FEATURING ERYKAH BADU THEN YOU ARE IN FOR A SURPRISE. CHECK OUT 'THE NEXT MOVEMENT', '100% DUNDEE' AND 'ADRENALINE!(FEATURING NOW ROCAFELLA STAR BEANIE SIGEL)'. THE STANDOUT TRACK HAS TO BE 'THE LOVE OF MY LIFE' FEATURING STANDOUT ARTIST COMMON. IF YOU WANT TO SUM UP HOW HIP HOP HAS INFLUENCED AND HOW IT SHOULD BE PRESENTED PEEP BLACK THOUGHT'S VERBAL PERSPECTIVE: SOMETIMES I WOULDN'T MADE IT IF IT WASN'T FOR YOU/HIP HOP YOU'RE THE LOVE OF MY LIFE/THAT'S TRUE/WHEN I WAS HANDLING THE S*** I WAS SUPPOSED TO DO/IT WAS ALL FOR YOU. THOSE WORDS SAY IT ALL. OH ALSO PEEP THE BONUS TRACK!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago