Boomkat Product Review:
**Absolutely awesome, classic Madlib joint** As well as debuting with Peanut Butter Wolf, Quasimoto also appeared on Lootpack's underground epic 'Soundpieces: Da Antidote', but the world mostly knows his voice from his own record, 'The Unseen', on Stones Throw in 2001. When Quasimoto began his recording career with dusty fingered Lootpack beat excavator Madlib in 1996, it was never with the intention of letting the masses hear it. The boom music made by the dynamic duo might have never made it past Madlib's personal tape deck if it wasn't for the "begging" of Peanut Butter Wolf who eventually got his way and hooked it up for his Stones Throw label. As it is, "The Unseen" is without question one of the finest hip hop albums of the last few years. Classick.