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Boomkat Product Review:
Ozone have been a silent force behind a great deal of progressive Hip Hop in recent years. They have summed their efforts up with a dazzling compilation of outstanding abstract Hip Hop. Cannibal Ox are first with the epic 'Iron Galaxy' followed up by fellow Def Jux affiliate Mr Lif. MC Paul Barman then steps in with the frat party humour of 'Senioritis', taken from the Prince Paul produced 'Who's Paul Barman'. Hailing from Wisconsin, the Youngblood Brass Band are up next with slick, Roots-esque, jam featuring Talib Kweli. A bounce over to Chicago hooks up with the meditative Cryin Freeman. A skip to Minneapolis brings the hugely popular Atmosphere with his hookup with Slug; 'The Ocean'. Atlanta's Mass Influence, perhaps best known for their collaborations with DJ Spooky, come correct with the superb 'All Out'. The album then takes us all the way over to the West Coast, firstly with the deep rumblings of LA based The Solution's 'X 5 (unknown power). 'Mywayoutofapaperbag' slides in smoothly with the unmistakable Dose One taking us back into the world of Them. Produced by Jel, this track was a highlight of the Anticon Giga Single. A final trip takes us to Montreal with Obscure Disorder and ex-Pikl A Trak sewing things up. A superbly compiled journey to the frontline of Hip Hop. Recommended.